Time for me to go. Good night.
- Rooney brace gives Aberdeen win at Motherwell and sends Dons four points clear
- McKay goal hands Inverness win over St Mirren, Hamilton beat St Johnstone with Andreu strike
- FT: Partick Thistle 2-2 Dundee United (Stevenson, Doolan; Mackay-Steven, Ciftci)
- FT: Dundee 1-1 Ross County (McAlister; Curran)
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
"Got to be delighted with that. To have so many clean sheets certainly brings confidence. Adam Rooney's first goal is a brilliant run and a great pick out from David Goodwillie. His second goal comes from a penalty kick and he's very dependable there."
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Please join us again tomorrow evening for Kilmarnock v Celtic.
Those highlights will also be on the BBC Sport website tomorrow.
There will be reaction to today's matches on the BBC Sport website later and highlights of today's games will be shown on Sportscene tonight at 22:30 on BBC One Scotland.
Ed, Uddingston: "If Aberdeen had beaten Celtic twice in the league, they would be on 49 points to Celtic's 33!"
"The owner of the Phoenix Suns basketball team has made an £18m offer to buy a controlling stake in Rangers.
"Robert Sarver, an American financier, made the offer just after Christmas in an email to the Rangers International Football Club chairman David Somers."
Before I go, there's some breaking news on Rangers today from my colleague Richard Wilson.
Kilmarnock host Celtic tomorrow evening and you can follow the action here and on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW/DAB.
So, a busy weekend of Scottish football and it isn't quite finished yet.
Adam Rooney scored from the penalty spot to double his tally of goals for the day, seal victory for Aberdeen and move the Dons four points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen move four points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership with their seventh straight league win. Celtic, who have two games in hand, can cut the gap against Kilmarnock tomorrow evening.
Two minutes of stoppage time coming to an end at Fir Park.
Adam Rooney rolls the ball in from 12 yards for his and Aberdeen's second goal.
And Motherwell defender Stephen McManus is sent off.
Aberdeen have a penalty after Stephen McManus blocks Cammy Smith's shot on the line and referee Willie Collum blows his whistle for handball.
It's been a far less comfortable second half for Aberdeen but they open up Motherwell again with Ryan Jack slipping a pass through to David Goodwillie, who clips his shot wide of the right-hand post.
Hamilton claimed a narrow win at McDiarmid Park and move level on points with second-place Celtic in the Scottish Premiership.
Around 10 minutes left at Fir Park.
David Goodwillie runs on to Ryan Jack's excellent through ball and looks well placed to score but drags his shot across the face of the Motherwell goal.
Billy McKay's delicate finish sealed victory for Inverness against St Mirren.
Ross County remain bottom of the Scottish Premiership but they are now on points with St Mirren after taking a point against Dundee, Craig Curran (second from left) getting the Highlanders' goal at Dens Park.
Dom Thomas sends a shot wide of the Aberdeen goal. Motherwell have improved at Fir Park but still trail the Dons.
After several minutes of stoppage time, it ends level at Dens Park with Ross County claiming a valuable point after having a man sent off in the first half.
Motherwell manager Ian Baraclough seeks a change to the course of play at Fir Park and withdraws John Sutton, with Lee Erwin coming on.
Nadir Ciftci scored to secure a point for Dundee United against Partick Thistle at Firhill.
Tony Andreu's first-half goal proves to be enough for Hamilton to take all three points in Perth.
Andrew Considine's looping header hits the right-hand post. Aberdeen keep up the pressure and Peter Pawlett's header is saved.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle take all three points against the Buddies, courtesy of Billy McKay's late goal.
It ends all square at Firhill. Exciting game, four goals and plenty of other chances to entertain the crowd in Glasgow's west end.
United press for a stoppage-time winner with Ryan Dow going through. The ball eventually finds its way to Stuart Armstrong, who fires over.
Antonio Reguero keeps County level again, this time denying Gary Irvine.
Billy McKay's goal for Inverness against St Mirren separates the sides at the Caledonian Stadium.
Kevin Thomson's shot for Dundee goes narrowly wide.
St Mirren goalkeeper Mark Ridgers gets a bit lost off his line and Billy McKay almost capitalises, heading the ball into the side netting.
Mark Stewart knocks the ball down for Jim McAlister but his shot is blocked by Ross County goalkeeper Antonio Reguero.
Four of today's Scottish Premiership matches are drawing to a close with only a few minutes left.
St Johnstone's James McFadden has been sent off at McDiarmid Park after receiving a second booking.