Time for me to sign off. Enjoy the rest of your evening and please join us again tomorrow for live radio and text coverage of St Johnstone v Aberdeen.
- FT: Celtic 1-0 Partick Thistle (Griffiths) - Bitton sent off for Celtic, FT: Inverness CT 2-0 Ross County (Storey, Tansey)
- FT: Kilmarnock 2-2 Hearts (Balatoni, Magennis; Reilly, Paterson), FT: Motherwell 3-2 Hamilton Academical (McDonald 2, Moult; Lucas, Tagliapetra)
- FT: Dumbarton 0-6 Rangers (Miller 3, Waghorn, Halliday, Tavernier), FT: Hibs 1-0 Raith (Cummings), FT: Greenock Morton 0-1 St Mirren (Shankland)
- FT: Dundee 2-1 Dundee United (Hemmings, Ross: Spittal) - Demel sent off for United, McPake carried off for Dundee
Of course, we were very relieved but very happy as well. We show very good team spirit that we stay in the game when we go to 10 men. I'm very, very happy and pleased that we turned this around
It was a good game. From our point of view, the goals we concede are avoidable. They continue to work right until the last minute and obviously we get our reward with the penalty
We put a lot into the game and it's a hard one to take
We're very, very disappointed at the end not to have won the game. I think we deserved to win the game but we know you've got to see it out and we'll take the point
It wasn't a pretty game. It was hard-fought. The players showed tremendous desire, character and spirit
We're working very hard. It is quite incredible that we lost it
I'm really disappointed to not pick up three points. We played really well. We should've killed the game
We showed a lot of character to come back. It's a good way to start the year against a good side. We've got to show that commitment and passion every week
That's the first back-to-back wins that we've had this season. That's pleasing. The clean sheet's pleasing. But, most of all, the derby match is for the supporters
Extreme disappointment that we didn't take the lead before giving away two goals. We've undone ourselves with the position play and not picking up runners
Leaders Rangers maintain their three-point lead over Hibernian with both sides winning today.
St Mirren's win over Renfrewshire rivals Greenock Morton moves the Buddies out of the relevation zone, with Livingston now second bottom.
So, Celtic move three points clear of Aberdeen at the top of the Scottish Premiership. The Dons can draw level if they beat St Johnstone tomorrow.
Hearts are six points behind Aberdeen and six clear of Saints.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle, who have a game in hand, move two points behind Highland rivals Ross County, who they beat today and are fifth.
Dundee's win against city rivals Dundee United leaves them seventh, a point ahead of Motherwell and two in front of Partick Thistle, with Hamilton Academical a point behind the Jags.
Second-bottom Kilmarnock now hold an 11-point advantage over United.
Clyde 0-1 Queen's Park
East Fife 0-2 Elgin City
East Stirlingshire 3-2 Stirling Albion
Montrose 0-2 Arbroath
Albion Rovers 1-2 Airdrieonians
Dunfermline Athletic 2-1 Cowdenbeath
Peterhead 4-1 Stenhousemuir
Stranraer 1-0 Ayr United
Dumbarton 0-6 Rangers
Greenock Morton 0-1 St Mirren
Hibernian 1-0 Raith Rovers
Livingston 0-2 Queen of the South
Six goals and a point apiece in the Lanarkshire derby at Fir Park.
It ends all square at Rugby Park.
Ali Crawford converts Hamilton's penalty to draw them level.
Motherwell captain Keith Lasley is sent off for a second booking.
Two first-half goals give Inverness victory in the Highland derby.
Hamilton Accies have a late penalty at Fir Park following a handball.
That late Leigh Griffiths goal gives Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic victory and moves them three points clear of Aberdeen.
Leigh Griffiths retrieves a deflected Kris Commons shot and finishes well to put Celtic ahead late in the game.
A long-range James Tavernier strike takes Rangers' tally to six.
Hamilton Academical defender and first-half scorer Lucas Tagliapietra is being stretchered off after picking up an injury.
BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park
Nir Bitton's red card for a second booking almost sparked Celtic into life as James Forrest had a good shot saved by Tomas Cerny
At the other end, Craig Gordon turned a Kris Doolan shot round the post
A powerful header from Josh Magennis following Steven Smith's corner levels matters for Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Andy Halliday's deflected free-kick finds the net and Rangers have a fifth.
Bizarre penalty at Easter Rd. Cummings was falling over after slipping on the greasy pitch when he was clattered to the ground by the Raith defender
Inverness Caledonian Thistle comfortable on their lead in the second half. Ross County have been unable to claw back their deficit.
Hearts keep knocking the door for a third goal. Defender Igor Rossi finds himself in the opposite box and heads off the bar.
Martyn Waghorn scores his 22nd goal of the season to extend Rangers' lead.
Celtic midfielder Nir Bitton is dismissed after picking up a second booking.
BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park
Some Celtic fans unhappy as Tom Rogic is replaced by James Forrest. The home side have lacked a creative edge, but the Australian has certainly not been their poorest performer