- Ross County hold Celtic to goalless draw
- Late Eremenko free-kick wins it for Killie against Accies
- Saints beat United, Motherwell overcome Thistle
- McLean (2) & Mallan give St Mirren win at Dundee
- FT: Hibernian 4-0 Rangers
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Enrique on the St Mirren Tile Bar Supporters Bus: "Amazing result at Dens Park, Quality goal from Stevie Mallan. Proud day to be a St Mirren fans COYS!!"
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There will be reaction to today's football and rugby on the BBC Sport website later today.
Almost time for me to go.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright
"I thought it was comprehensive. We dominated large parts of the game. We fully deserved our victory."
Pete, Edinburgh: "Deila hasn't got it. He won't last long."
Anonymous: "Fed up, taxi for Delia please. He doesn't have it, when will Peter Lawwell realise he's made a huge blunder appointing Delia!"
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre
"We're absolutely delighted with the way the players carried out the game plan. We were unfortunate when Filip's shot came back off the post. A point's what we deserve for our efforts today."
Andrew Priestley: "Spare a thought for poor Ross County. They battled for a famous point away to Celtic but still slip to bottom of the table! #bbcscotfootball"
Michael Mancini: "@BBCSportsound Time for change, worst team I have ever seen @celticfcDelia not got a clue.#bbcscotfootball"
Harvey Specter: "Absolute joke this result & current #celtic side Delia out of his depth #bbcscotfootball"
Celtic and Leigh Griffiths were frustrated against Ross County, who claimed a 0-0 draw in Glasgow.
James Keatings' goal gave Hearts victory over Livingston and took the Tynecastle side 15 points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship.
Annan Athletic 2-1 Clyde
Berwick Rangers 0-0 Queen's Park
East Fife 1-5 Arbroath
East Stirlingshire 1-4 Albion Rovers
Montrose 2-3 Elgin City
Airdrieonians 3-0 Ayr United
Stirling Albion 3-4 Greenock Morton
Stranraer 0-2 Stenhousemuir
Hibernian 4-0 Rangers
Alloa Athletic 1-1 Queen of the South
Cowdenbeath 1-3 Dumbarton
Livingston 0-1 Hearts
Alan on Twitter: "Celtic title jitters continue as @MotherwellFC win again!!!"
It ends goalless at Celtic Park and, though they slip to the bottom of the Premiership, it's a valuable point for Ross County.
John Sutton's first-half penalty gives Motherwell all three points against Partick Thistle.
Harvey Specter: "Time Delia & #Celtic change system 4-3-3 doesn't work need go back basics 4-4-2, 2 up top strikers & 2 out & out wingers #bbcscotfootball"
Chris Leonard: "Results going nicely for @AberdeenFC so far :) #bbcscotfootball"
A valuable three points for St Mirren and a first win for caretaker manager Gary Teale.
And Eremenko's goal proves to be the winner. A first win in nine in all competitions for Allan Johnston's side.
A stunning free-kick by substitute Alexei Eremenko gives Killie the lead.
Hearts go 15 points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship with victory over Livingston, James Keatings getting the first-half winner.
St Johnstone win the Tayside derby with Chris Millar's late strike proving to be the winner.
BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park
"An anxious few minutes now for St Mirren as Gary Irvine pulls one back - he was on hand to drill past Mark Ridgers from 14 yards"
Quite a comeback for St Johnstone in the second half. Trailing at half-time, they have turned it around to lead against Dundee United in Perth.
Two chances for Partick Thistle. Kris Doolan's initial shot is blocked and he cannot convert with his second attempt. Motherwell go quickly upfield and Lee Erwin fires narrowly wide.
Gary Irvine's shot pulls a goal back for Dundee.
Filip Kiss strikes the ball well and then watches in agony as the ball bounces back off the post. So close to a County opener.
John Taylor on Twitter: "This is a great result for St Mirren"
Saints are in front for the first time. Chris Millar is given too much time to size up a shot and beats Radoslaw Cierzniak with a right-foot shot - the midfielder's first goal of the season.
Hamilton's Darian MacKinnon holds his head in horror as he nods an Ali Crawford corner over the bar from six yards. That was THE chance of the game!
Two great chances in a minute for St Johnstone, whose tails are up after the goal. Brian Easton elects to go alone and drives a shot at Radoslaw Cierzniak, before Steven MacLean directs the corner just over.
And Paul McGinn was sent off for his foul that led to St Mirren's penalty.
Kenny McLean converts the spot-kick and St Mirren have what looks like an unassailable lead.
Paul McGinn brings down Kenny McLean and St Mirren have a penalty.
Sportscene will be starting shortly on BBC One Scotland.
It's beginning to look like a stalemate at Rugby Park. The chances have dried up after the break. Hamilton player-manager Alex Neil, now in the technical area, has sent on striker Jason Scotland for the tiring Michael Antoine-Curier.
Lee Croft puts in a wonderful cross for Michael O'Halloran, who heads in off the ground and into the net.