- FT: Hearts 6-0 Motherwell (Rossi, Sow, Reilly, pen, Paterson, Juanma, Djoum, pen) - Hearts go within three points of second-place Aberdeen
- FT: Kilmarnock 2-1 Inverness (Kiltie, Slater; Draper) - Killie move 14 points clear of bottom place
- FT: Partick Thistle 2-4 Dundee (Amoo, Doolan; Hemmings, pen, Harkins 2, Stewart), FT: St Johnstone 0-0 Hamilton
- FT: Scottish Championship: Rangers 4-1 Livingston (Wilson, Waghorn 2, 1 pen, Miller, Buchanan)
- Eight games off and two abandoned across Championship and Leagues One and Two
Just about time for me to go. Please join us again tomorrow for live coverage of Ross County v Aberdeen and Falkirk v Hibernian.
“Delighted, especially when you consider the amount of players we had missing today as well. We had a really young side again. Really proud of the performance in difficult conditions
Huge credit has to go to the officials. They did everything possible to get the game finished, which was really good. Delighted to get the game played and obviously to get the three points which was a big result for us”
There have been bids [for Michael O'Halloran]. I don’t know if there are going to be any more bids. I can’t do anything about that
If you go to the shop and want to buy something, you’ve got to put the money up that the price tag is. It’s simple economics. Rangers are saying they are not going to be held to ransom; we don’t hold anybody to ransom. We’re not a big enough club to do that
The bottom line is he’s our player. We hope to hold on to him"
You see the creativity we’ve got with Harkins, Stewart and Hemmings, and I thought they were terrific in the final third today
I thought we won the game probably in the first half an hour. The performance was great. First-half some great football, second-half we managed the game really well"
Both of tomorrow's games will be covered live on Sportsound on BBC Radio Scotland.
Also tomorrow, second-place Aberdeen take on fellow top-six side in the Scottish Premiership.
Falkirk are scheduled to play Hibernian at the Falkirk Stadium on Sunday at 15:00 GMT.
This afternoon, we weren't the team that we've been in recent weeks. You've got to be really at your best to come here and not get a bad result. We were well beaten"
A somewhat delayed whistle at Rugby Park. Kilmarnock win to move 14 points clear of Scottish Premiership bottom side Dundee United.
We played exceptionally well in periods of the game. Last week was the benchmark and we've carried it on to this week
Seven minutes of stoppage time being played at Rugby Park.
Annan Athletic 2-4 East Fife
Queen's Park 1-1 Montrose
The only one of today's Scottish League One games to make it to a finish ends in a comfortable win for Peterhead at Stranraer.
The only one of today's Scottish Premiership games without a goal ends. A point apiece in Perth.
Hearts thump Motherwell and move to within three points of second-place Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership.
Impressive win for Dundee at Firhill.
Hearts net again, with Juanma Delgado firing in, but the striker is flagged offside.
The only Scottish Championship fixture to survive the weather ends with a win for the leaders.
Kris Doolan pulls one back for Partick Thistle.
Arnaud Djoum converts the spot-kick himself.
Another penalty for Hearts after Arnaud Djoum is fouled.
Almost a breakthrough at McDiarmid Park as John Sutton's downward header is hooked off the line by Ziggy Gordon and goalkeeper Michael McGovern smothers the ball.
Hearts a physical side? 5 bookings for Motherwell. What does that make them?
Juanma Delgado is given time to turn and pick his spot inside the near post and it's 5-0 Hearts.
Another stoppage at Rugby Park to once again clear the pitch of snow.
BBC Sport Scotland at Rugby Park
"Kilmarnock continue to be good value for their lead and their main concern will be the thickness of the snow lying on the pitch.
"Conditions are hazardous but hopefully we can see the final 20 minutes out. Inverness boss John Hughes may think otherwise."
Great chance for Hamilton's Carlton Morris but he cannot keep his header down from close range.
Partick Thistle's day gets worse. Trailing 4-1, the Jags have now lost Liam Lindsay to a red card following a second booking.
Just as Motherwell were starting to look dangerous Hearts make it 4-0. The ball was passed around the box before Callum Paterson was able to drive a low ball inside the near post from close range.
All of a sudden Motherwell have turned up after the introduction of Wes Fletcher and Dom Thomas, and the former should have pulled one back.
He manages to rob a defender and find himself one on one with Neil Alexander, but the Hearts goalkeeper does well to get a hand to the shot and palm it wide for a corner.
Falkirk host Hibernian in the Scottish Championship tomorrow.
Scott McDonald misses an open goal. It was brilliant play on the right by Marvin Johnston; skillfully taking the ball past two players.
He could not have played a better ball to the unmarked McDonald at the back post, but he somehow heads wide.
Best chance of the match at McDiarmid - a breakaway move for Accies sends Gramoz Kurtaj into the box on the left. He cuts inside smartly, but his shot is deflected behind from six yards.