That's all from me. Enjoy the rest of your Saturday evening.
- Rooney nets 27th Dons goal of the season
- Rangers beat Dumbarton in Championship
- Falkirk beat Hibs through Craig Sibbald goal
- Bairns set up final against Celtic/Inverness
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
"I thought we were very comfortable. We scored a very good goal."
Please join us on Sunday for live coverage of Inverness Caledonian v Celtic, the second Scottish Cup semi-final which will decide who faces Falkirk in the final.
So, another busy day of Scottish football action draws to a close but there's more to come tomorrow...
Second-place Rangers open up a four-point lead over Hibernian, who play their game in hand against Livingston on Wednesday.
Queen of the South are not quite assured the final play-off place following their draw with Alloa Athletic. Queens lead Falkrik by five points with two rounds of fixtures remaining.
At the bottom, second-bottom Alloa are now four clear of Livi and within a point of Cowdenbeath.
It's all set up for a fabulous finale in the third tier, with just one point separating Stranraer, Morton and Forfar in the top three places.
Annan Athletic 2-1 East Fife
Arbroath 1-1 Queen's Park
Clyde 2-3 Albion Rovers
East Stirlingshire 0-4 Berwick Rangers
Montrose 2-1 Elgin City
Airdrieonians 2-0 Ayr United
Brechin City 3-0 Dunfermline
Peterhead 1-0 Forfar Athletic
Stirling Albion 0-2 Greenock Morton
Stranraer 3-2 Stenhousemuir
Albion Roversare the League Two champions, coming from 2-0 down at Clyde to win. Closest challengers Queen's Park drew 1-1 at Arbroath.
Alloa Athletic 2-2 Queen of the South
Dumbarton 1-3 Rangers
Hearts 2-1 Raith Rovers
Aberdeen ensure European football next season with victory over Dundee United, courtesy of Adam Rooney's first-half goal.
The Doonhamers lose goalscorer Mark Millar for the last few minutes as the midfielder is sent packing for pushing his head into Alloa's Michael Doyle.
Forfar are still trailing at Peterhead and they will drop from first to third if they don't find a way back. Stranraer are on their way to top spot, with a 3-1 lead over Stenhousemuir but Morton, who are beating Stirling Albion, will be level on points.
Aberdeen have a breakaway and Adam Rooney is in on goal following Jonny Hayes' pass but John Souttar makes a superb saving tackle.
Jamie McGilchrist: "Looks likely 4th will get a European place. Utd don't deserve it. Give it to Falkirk for their heroics in the cup #bbcscotfootball"
Time running down now...
Dougie Kinnear: "I pity the groundsman who has to repair the dents left in the turf by ciftci throwing himself to the deck all day! #bbcscotfootball"
Hearts strike the frame of the goal again as Gary Oliver's shot hits the foot of goalkeeper David McGurn before spinning against the post.
Albion Rovers have come from two goals down to lead Clyde 3-2 with Gary Fisher netting. Rovers will be champions if they win and Queen's Park, who are currently losing to Arbroath, drop points.
The home side go close to restoring their earlier two-goal cushion as Jamie Walker rattles the post with a curling shot.
Sportscene will start shortly on BBC Two Scotland with a round-up of today's results. You can watch it here via the 'Live Coverage' tab.
The home side are down to 10 men as Barry Robson is sent off after catching Calum Butcher with a stray elbow.
Alloa's Iain Flannigan feeds Liam Buchanan who cuts inside to strike a low shot in at Zander Clark's near post. That's 15 this season for Buchanan.
Former Jambo Calum Elliot reduces the deficit at Tynecastle and does that no-celebration thing...
Albion Rovers are now level at Clyde after trailing 2-0. A win for the Coatbridge side could see them wrap up the title today.
Morton don't take long to double their lead at Forthbank thanks to Declan McManus, who does well to turn and find the bottom corner with a shot.
United doing their best to make the Aberdeen lead look fragile at Pittodrie. Moments ago, Chris Erskine weaved his way into a promising position before testing goalkeeper Scott Brown.
The title race is really heating up as Jamie McCluskey fires Morton ahead at already-relegated Stirling Albion.
Callum Paterson does well to win possession and set up Soufian El Hassnaoui, who drills a shot beyond the goalkeeper.
The Doonhamers net a quick-fire second after great counter-attacking play by Danny Carmichael, whose pinpoint cross from the right is controlled excellently by Mark Millar before the former Dundee United midfielder hits a composed left-footed finish.
If the visitors hold on to their lead, they will book their place in the play-offs.
Stunning strike by Haris Vuckic to extend Rangers' lead. The on-loan Newcastle player cut in from the right on his left foot and unleashed a vicious drive high past Danny Rogers to perhaps put the game beyond Ian Murray's side.
Queen of the South's top scorer Derek Lyle notches his 19th of the season low into the left corner from the penalty spot after Alloa's Kyle Benedictus tripped Danny Carmichael.
This is turning into a dream first start for Ryan Hardie as he hooks the ball over his head and past the diving Danny Rogers from Lee Wallace's cross, putting Rangers in front for the first time.
tom and 20 others: "Heading back 2 Edinburgh from Hampden. Can u confirm hibs lost, cos i can't quite believe what i just saw? #bbcscotfootball"
Matches resuming around the country.
You can now watch highlights of Falkirk's win over Hibernian in the Scottish Cup semi-final using the 'Highlights' tab. There, you can also access post-match interviews with both managers.