Thanks for joining me today. We'll be back tomorrow for Hearts' encounter with Aberdeen at Tynecastle, which begins at 14:15 BST, and Dundee's visit to Celtic, kick-off at 15:00 BST. Have a great evening.
- Hamilton beat Lanarkshire rivals Motherwell 1-0
- Kilmarnock beat St Johnstone 2-1, Ross County edge out Partick 1-0
- Dundee United and Inverness draw 1-1
- Championship wins for Rangers and Hibs
Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara
"You see nerves creeping in. We need to use the ball better than we did. Like last week, you're scratching your head. We need belief to go and get that second goal."
Jamie and Andy Murray win their men's doubles match against Australia 4-6 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-4. What a match!
Arbroath 2-0 Stirling Albion
Berwick Rangers 0-2 Annan Athletic (after 80 minutes)
East Fife 1-0 Clyde
Montrose 2-1 East Stirlingshire
Queen's Park 3-1 Elgin City
Airdrieonians 1-2 Ayr United
Cowdenbeath 2-1 Forfar
Peterhead 2-3 Brechin City
Stenhousemuir 0-5 Dunfermline
Stranraer 0-1 Albion Rovers
Rangers' 2-1 win at Dumbarton at the comically named Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium means they have 21 points from seven games. Second-placed Falkirk fall two points further back from Rangers with a 1-1 draw at Alloa, who scored in the 90th minute. Hibs enjoyed a 1-0 win at the even more hilariously named Tony Macaroni Arena - home of Livi. No, Hibs' scorer was not Al Dente, but Liam Henderson. (Sorry.) And at Palmerston Park - fine name; stay classy, Doonhamers - there was an own-goal apiece in the 2-2 draw between Queen of the South and Morton.
Motherwell have failed to score on seven of their last nine visits to New Douglas Park, reports my colleague John Barnes, a man with a well-thumbed, self-compiled book of Scottish soccer stats.
If my sums are right, Ross County have now won 46 points from a possible 66 from their last 22 Premiership matches. That is a great league record that Jim McIntyre and Billy Dodds are compiling.
Despite losing 1-0 to Ross County, Partick Thistle, with a mere three points from eight Premiership games, remain in touch with second bottom Dundee United. The Terrors drew 1-1 at home to Inverness and are on five points.
Every player including the St Johnstone goalie is in the six-yard box for a late chance for the Perth side but it ends with a morale-boosting win for Killie.
Rangers defender Danny Wilson concedes a penalty and Dumbarton are thrown a lifeline.
We're into added time around the grounds.
Some players would have gone down in the box, but Hamilton's Gramos Kurtaj deserves credit for staying on his feet despite a nudge from the defender. He eventually turns, cuts past his man again, and curls just wide of the top corner.
With Rangers and Hibernian winning, second-placed Falkirk could not afford to drop points at Alloa. John Baird's penalty eases the nerves for the Bairns.
Martyn Waghorn makes no mistake from the penalty spot.
Rangers win a penalty. Gregor Buchanan sent off for a foul on Kenny Miller.
Australia survive a match point against GB and win the fourth set. The Davis Cup semi-final goes into a deciding fifth set.
Finally, Hamilton find the breakthrough. Dougie Imrie's looping header at the back post finds its way over Motherwell goalie Connor Ripley.
Jamie and Andy Murray are a hair's breadth away from putting Great Britain into the Davis Cup final. They are 2-1 up in sets against Australia in Glasgow and lead 4-3 in the fourth-set tie-break.
Martyn Waghorn's 30-yard strike beats Mark Brown in the Dumbarton goal and the Light Blues could be on their way to another league win.
In the Championship, Queens and Morton are still drawing 1-1 and Hibs are a goal up at Livingston. But the games between Alloa and Falkirk, and Dumbarton and Rangers are goalless.
Theo Robinson passes up a golden chance for the visitors. The ball makes its way across to him on the left hand side, and the Jamaican international was in acres of space, but he mis-hits his shot. His only saving grace is it deflects clear for a corner.
Rory McKenzie sends in a cross that somehow finds its way over goalkeeper Alan Mannus and into the net. Bit of a fluke but Killie will take it.
Blow for Kilmarnock as goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald comes off after being unable to shake off a knock picked up early in the second half. Conor Brennan comes on.
Hamilton have started the second half in the same away they ended the first - on the front foot. Grant Gillespie and Gramoz Kurtaj both fire in efforts in an attempt to work goalkeeper Connor Ripley.