Enjoy the rest of your evening, goodbye.
- FT: Celtic 3-1 St Johnstone (Griffiths, Rogic, Mulgrew) (Boyata, og),(King, Paterson) - Celtic go top of the Premiership
- FT: Partick Thistle 0-2 Aberdeen (Rooney, McLean) - Aberdeen make it five wins from five
- FT: Hamilton 3-2 Hearts (Kurtaj, Crawford, Tena) - Hearts' 100% record ends
- FT: Dundee 1-1 Inverness (Raven) (Hemmings), Motherwell 1-0 Kilmarnock (Moult, pen), Ross County 2-1 Dundee United (Boyce, pen; Davies) (Dillon)
And, next weekend, there will be live coverage of Scotland's Euro 2016 qualifiers against Georgia and Germany.
The final Scottish Professional Football League fixture of the weekend is in the Championship with Queen of the South hosting Rangers. Both sides have a 100% record in the league so far, something's got to give tomorrow.
It's almost time for me to go. Please join us again tomorrow...
Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson
"We're sitting 2-1 up and we get a red card against us that I don't feel was a red card and it totally changed the flow of the game.
"We actually practised during the week going down to 10 men because of the environment we're coming to, because of the officials that are taking the game. And we have to do that because recently in the past the statistics against the officials that are refereeing against us have shown that there's a lot of red cards against us."
Ross: "I'm a hearts fan on my way back from new Douglas park, willie Collum lost control of the game early doors and managed to ruin a decent game of football. His lack of control and inconsistent decision making riled the players and ultimately led to a mass brawl on the pitch, hands up it was a red card for Paterson however the torch paper was lit by Collum. How can he possibly be our top official?"
Annan Athletic 3-2 Montrose
Berwick Rangers 2-2 Arbroath
Clyde 3-1 East Stirlingshire
Elgin City 1-0 Stirling Albion
Queen's Park 0-2 East Fife
Airdrieonians 1-0 Peterhead
Albion Rovers 3-1 Brechin City
Ayr United 2-2 Forfar Athletic
Dunfermline 3-1 Stranraer
Stenhousemuir 4-2 Cowdenbeath
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
"Very pleased, We would've taken that score before the game. We worked hard for it."
Alloa Athletic 0-1 Greenock Morton
Hibernian 2-0 Raith Rovers
St Mirren 1-1 Livingston
Gordy in Lenzie: "Think It's time McNamara went or is asked to leave. Hopefully it happens. There's an ex United player with a decent managerial pedigree available, Mixu paatelainen to Tannadice please."
United fan: "another shambles defensively today gifting 2 goals in less than half an hour and the worst start to a league campaign in 12 years where does Jackie go from here!"
Anonymous: "Def time to say goodbye to jackie...hes lost the dressing room. get stuart mccall in!"
"Hamilton boss Martin Canning thinks the sending off was the turning point but says his players are full of belief. #bbcscotfootball"
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright
"We kept going until the end so there are positives to take from the game."
Quite a finale to today's games with late goals, red cards and a change at the top of the league.
It's also finished at Fir Park with Motherwell claiming their second win of the season and Kilmarnock still bottom.
Hearts' perfect start to the season is over as Hamilton become the first team to beat the Tynecastle outfit this season.
Not the ending that Inverness would have wanted as they lost their lead and then had Andrea Mbuyi-Mutombo sent off.
BBC Scotland at Celtic Park
"So Celtic return to the top of the league. Something to smile about at the end of a disappointing week. There was nothing spectacular about the win today, but this was very much about the three points."
A record-equalling win for Aberdeen as they win their opening five league wins for only the second time.
BBC Scotland at Victoria Park
"Ross County were hanging on at the end but they move on to 10 points, a total they only reached by 27 December last season.
"By contrast Dundee United have made their worst start to a campaign since Ian McCall was manager 12 years ago."
Kane Hemmings drills the ball into the net after latching on to a long ball.
Danny Devine can consider himself rather fortunate to be shown only a yellow card for handling the ball in the box. That was a good penalty save by Inverness keeper Owain Fon Williams but Greg Stewart hit it too close to the goalie.
Anonymous: "Why do utd wait to be out of the game before they play. Serious managerial upheaval required at tannadice"
Ali Crawford's corner causes chaos in the Hearts box and Jesus Garcia Tena forces the ball in to give Accies the lead.
BBC Sport at Firhill
"Aberdeen managing this game pretty effectively now and are keeping Partick Thistle at arm's length. Hayes, Rooney and Goodwillie now all off resting up. 2,000 Dons fans very happy with scoreline as the Jags huff and puff without any success."
BBC Scotland at Fir Park
"Worrying times for Gary Locke, and Kilmarnock fans. There simply has not been enough of a reaction from the players since they went behind."
MBEHAN: "Please no more midfielders at Celtic, Rogic if given a chance could be a great player for Celtic #bbcscotfootball"
Gavin Scott: "#bbcscotfootball 2,500 Dons at Partick Thistle today. Best supporters in the land."
Greg Stewart's effort is saved by Owain Fon Williams.
Danny Devine is penalised for hand ball and Dundee have a spot-kick.
Ali Crawford lets fly from long range and Hamilton are level again.
It should really be 1-1 at Fir Park. Dom Thomas goes on a mazy run for the home side but four players surround him and launch a counter-attack for Kilmarnock, with Tope Obadeyi cutting inside in the box and needing to just add the finish but he puts the ball in the top deck.
BBC Scotland at Celtic Park
"Celtic live dangerously as John Sutton knocks a shot on the turn off the bar from close range."