Thank you and good evening.
- FT: Celtic 3-0 Dundee Utd (Mackay-Steven, Guidetti, Denayer), FT: Partick Th 1-0 Inverness CT (Lawless)
- FT: Ross County 2-1 Kilmarnock (Gardyne, Curran; Ashcroft), FT: St Johnstone 2-0 St Mirren (Graham, Anderson)
- FT: Falkirk 0-2 Hearts (Walker, Zeefuik) - Hearts within two points of Championship title
- FT: Dundee 1-1 Aberdeen (S McGinn; Rooney)
And then again on Wednesday for Scotland v Northern Ireland.
I'm going to sign off. Please join us again tomorrow for live coverage of Hibernian v Rangers.
Celtic manager Ronny Deila
"It was good. After playing now three matches in six days, we had more power than Dundee United. That's a good performance. I think we controlled the game from the first to last minute and won the game quite easily. Our goal is to win everything and we are still there."
Soapy: "Talking of St. Mirren lads....dont forget they have two games against both Ross C. and Motherwell !! ...some games they will be..."
Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson
"I'm lucky enough to have guys who are desperate to do well. What will be will be, if it is tomorrow then great."
Hearts beat Falkirk are within two points of the Scottish Championship title and could be confirmed as league winners tomorrow if Hibernian drop points against Rangers.
John Guidetti (right) was among Celtic's scorers today. The Scottish Premiership leaders moved five points clear of second-place Aberdeen.
Jarek (London): "Celtic get better & better...D.utd been trying to influence the ref all week in the press bit the cream rises & you made a huge error selling us your star men"
Shabaz: "To the person who claims Celtic have 13, maybe 15 on their side, I hope they can tell us who the extra 2/4 are? Sour grapes again."
Craig Curran's goal proved to be the winner as Ross County beat Kilmarnock and moved seven points clear of bottom side St Mirren.
The top flight table at close of play today.
Annan Athletic 3-2 East Stirlingshire
Clyde 0-2 Elgin City
East Fife 2-0 Arbroath
Montrose 0-2 Berwick Rangers
Queen's Park 0-1 Albion Rovers
Brechin City 2-3 Forfar Athletic
Greenock Morton 2-1 Ayr United
Stenhousemuir 0-1 Dunfermline Athletic
Stirling Albion 2-1 Peterhead
Stranraer 1-0 Airdrieonians
Falkirk 0-3 Hearts
Livingston 1-2 Dumbarton
Queen of the South 4-1 Cowdenbeath
Hearts' march towards the Scottish Championship title nears its end. They now need only two more points to clinch promotion and could be confirmed as champions if Hibernian drop points against Rangers tomorrow.
A late win for Partick Thistle but a welcome one for the Firhill side as they open up a 13-point gap over bottom side St Mirren and remain six clear of 10th place Ross County.
Ross County hold out for victory and extend their unbeaten run to six games to move seven points clear of bottom place.
First half goals give Celtic a comfortable win over Dundee United - a third in succession - and Ronny Deila's side move five points clear at the top of the Premiership.
St Johnstone move up to fifth after a comfortable win over St Mirren, who remain four points adrift at the bottom of the table.
Anonymous: "The Celtic juggernaut rolls on , roar Ronnie roar !"
Anonymous: "Celtic win games as they hAve 13 sometimes 15 on there side"
Malcolm: "The question about Dundee United now is.. Could we go the rest of the season without a win? And when will Mr Thompson come out and admit his huge error of judgment in the transfer window?"
Murray Davidson is teed up on the edge of the box but he cannot quite find the power to increase the home side's lead.
Lee Ashcroft's head connects with Paul Cairney's cross to reduce Kilmarnock's deficit.
Lyle Taylor is able to knock the ball into the path of Steven Lawless on the edge of the penalty box and the Jags midfielder drills a first-time effort into the bottom corner.
Partick Thistle's Ryan Stevenson has his head in his hands after his curling effort with the inside of his boot flies just too high.
It has been mostly St Mirren for the past five minutes, but without any real opportunities created. The home side break on the counter attack and David Wotherspoon's shot is just off target.
Substitute James Keatings adds a bit of gloss to the scoreline with his first major contribution, finishing well after racing through on goal.
Killie substitute Greg Kiltie's shot comes back off the post and Lee Miller cannot convert the rebound.
Closing stages now. Not much prospect of a dramatic change at Celtic Park, Victoria Park or McDiarmid Park but a goal at Firhill could be decisive.
Anonymous: "Celtic will win every game now and finish with the treble, they are in a class of their own."
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Anonymous: "Thank you board of directors of St.mirren for appointing tommy craig then Gary Teale. Absolutely unbelievable how badly wrong you called it this year. You have done well for us but this year you've blown it big time. Why wasn't a proper manager appointed when Craig was sacked?"
It's been a very comfortable afternoon so far for Celtic.
A terrific save from Alan Mannus denies the visitors a foothold in the game. Steven Thompson gets the shot away from right in front of goal but the goalkeeper pushes it over the bar.
St Johnstone are strengthening their position in the Scottish Premiership's top six, moving above Hamilton Academical into fifth place.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle, though drawing just now, look likely to extend their lead over fourth-place Dundee United to eight points.
St Mirren's situation at the bottom looks ever more perilous - they remain four points behind Motherwell.
BBC Scotland at Celtic Park
"Ryan Dow brings out an excellent save from the under-worked Craig Gordon, the keeper tipping the substitute's shot over the bar."
BBC Scotland at Celtic Park
"Nadir Ciftci is right through on goal but Van Dijk does brilliantly to get back to block his shot, only to get injured in the process. The defender should be fine to return though."
Steven Lawless plays in Kris Doolan but the Partick Thistle striker dithers on the ball and when he finally gets a shot away it's deflected wide.
Steven Anderson meets David Wotherspoon's corner at the back post and doubles the home side's lead.
Craig Curran guides Michal Gardyne's cross into the net to double County's lead.
Kilmarnock goalkeeper Craig Samson denies Michael Gardyne and Liam Boyce in quick succession.