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  1. Five Premiership fixtures (15:00)
  2. Celtic 2-0 Motherwell on Radio Scotland
  3. Partick 2-2 Hamilton; Aberdeen 4-0 Ross County
  4. Hearts 2-0 Dundee; St Johnstone 0-1 Kilmarnock
  5. Celtic stay four points clear in Premiership

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Next stop, Celtic Park

Thanks for your company today. Our next live match coverage is on Wednesday, when Celtic play host to Borussia Monchengladbach in their third Champions League group game.

Before then, watch out for our highlights from all of today's Premiership games, with lots of controversy and goalmouth action to savour.

Moussa Dembele celebrates scoring for Celtic
Moussa Dembele scored Celtic's second goal against Motherwell

Alloa back at top, Forfar falter again

Alloa Athletic return to the top of League One after winning their top-of-the-table meeting 1-0 away to Brechin City.

The Wasps overtake their hosts on goal difference, with Livingston missing a chance to go top after a 2-1 home defeat by Albion Rovers.

In League Two, Forfar Athletic suffered a third straight defeat, losing 2-0 away to Arbroath.

The Loons remain top of the table, but they are now only three points ahead of Elgin City, who hammered Montrose 5-0 away from home.

Hibs take over at top

Queen of the South not only suffered a 5-0 thumping at home to Greenock Morton but have lost the lead in the Championship.

Hibs take over on goal difference despite the Edinburgh side only picking up a point in a 0-0 draw away to Raith Rovers.

Dundee United leapfrog Rovers into fourth after their win away to St Mirren as new Buddies boss Jack Ross was unable to lift his side off the foot of the table in his first game in charge.

Taylor injury dampens Dons joy

FT: Aberdeen 4-0 Ross County

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on BBC Radio Scotland:

"It is not easy to win five games on the spin. 

"Today we had a mixture of everything - had to overcome the conditions and a difficult opponent.

"I thought the fourth goal put a true reflection on the game and a good day's work.

"The only sour not is Ash Taylor's injury. We hope it is not too bad, but it looks like he might be out for a few weeks."

McGhee satisfied despite defeat

FT: Celtic 2-0 Motherwell

Motherwell manager Mark McGhee on BBC Radio Scotland:

"We tried to do something a little different and make ourselves difficult to beat.

"We could have got something out of it and had a couple of chances.

"Tactically, we did what we wanted to do.

"Chances are you are going to get beat here, but you are better coming here and trying to get something out of the game."

Henderson impresses Rodgers

FT: Celtic 2-0 Motherwell

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers on BBC Radio Scotland:

"I think everyone can see we played very well.

"We only scored two goals, but it could have been four, five or six.

"We restricted them to no goals on target and it was a very professional performance.

"I was really pleased with young Liam Henderson coming in today."

Scottish League Two

Final scores

Arbroath 2-0 Forfar Athletic

Cowdenbeath 2-2 Annan Athletic

Edinburgh City 0-1 Clyde

Montrose 0-5 Elgin City

Stirling Albion 0-0 Berwick Rangers

Scottish League One

Final scores

Brechin City 0-1 Alloa Athletic

Livingston 1-2 Albion Rovers

Queen's Park 1-0 East Fife

Stenhousemuir 0-5 Stranraer

Scottish Championship

Final scores

Dumbarton 0-3 Ayr United

Falkirk 2-1 Dunfermline Athletic

Queen of the South 0-5 Greenock Morton

Raith Rovers 0-0 Hibernian

St Mirren 0-2 Dundee United

As you are at top, change at bottom

After today's action, Celtic stay four points clear of Aberdeen at the top of the Premiership. 

Hearts move back into third ahead of Rangers, who had taken over that position after last night's win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

Partick Thistle's draw with Hamilton Accies is enough to lift the Glasgow side off the bottom of the table on goal difference ahead of Dundee.


St Johnstone 0-1 Kilmarnock

Scott Boyd's headed goal 15 minutes from time seals the points for Kilmarnock. Big victory for Lee Clark's side, who bring to an end a six-match winless run in the league.


Celtic 2-0 Motherwell

A comfortable home win in the end for Celtic, a goal either side of half-time seeing off Motherwell.

The Scottish Premiership leaders remain four points clear at the top.

Liam Henderson


Aberdeen 4-0 Ross County

A resounding victory for Aberdeen with four different scorers against 10-man Ross County.

Jayden Stockley


Partick Thistle 2-2 Hamilton Academical

Ali Crawford almost wins it for the Accies, but his left footed effort from outside the box flies just over the crossbar and the game finishes level.  


Aberdeen 4-0 Ross County

Andy Considine fires across the face of Ross County's goal and out after Jonny Hayes' cross hits the post.


St Johnstone 0-1 Kilmarnock

Steven MacLean has a big chance to snatch a point at the end for Saints but as he breaks into the box his shot is blocked. A penalty box scramble ensues but Killie are throwing bodies in front of the ball and clear the danger.

GOAL Hearts 2-0 Dundee

Bjorn Johnsen

That should finally make the points safe. Jamie Walker who fires the ball across to Bjorn Johnsen, who beats his marker to the ball and crashes it home.

GOAL Celtic 2-0 Motherwell

Moussa Dembele, pen

And Moussa Dembele converts the penalty kick to double the Premiership leaders' advantage.


Celtic 1-0 Motherwell

Goalkeeper Craig Samson takes down Moussa Dembele and Celtic have a penalty.


Hearts 1-0 Dundee

It's a stunning stop from Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain. Callum Paterson nods down the corner kick into the path of Bjorn Johnsen and volleys at goal from two yards out, but Bain somehow stops it.

Queens losing Championship crown

Queen of the South 0-5 Greenock Morton

Championship leaders Queen of the South are inexplicably losing 5-0 at home to Greenock Morton.

GOAL Partick Thistle 2-2 Hamilton Accies

Eamonn Brophy

Massimo Donati picks out Eamonn Brophy, who beats the offside trap and he slots the ball past Ryan Scully and into the bottom corner to bring Accies an equaliser. 

GOAL Aberdeen 4-0 Ross County

Jayden Stockley

Substitute Jayden Stockley adds to Aberdeen's tally with a well taken low, left-foot strike inside the box.

GOAL St Johnstone 0-1 Kilmarnock

Scott Boyd

The corner is whipped in from the left and Scott Boyd heads the ball home from close range to give the visitors the lead.


Hearts 1-0 Dundee

Hearts go close to a second. Alim Ozturk arrives late in the box and bullets a header over the bar.

St Johnstone 0-0 Kilmarnock

Martin Dowden

BBC Sport Scotland at McDiarmid Park

"One of the more bizarre moments I've seen. Jamie MacDonald gets up after a knock puts the ball in front of him, Steven MacLean walks up flicks the ball in. No goal, but why not?"


Celtic 1-0 Motherwell

Goalkeeper Craig Samson superbly tips over Scott Sinclair's latest effort to keep Motherwell only a goal down.

Partick Thistle 2-1 Hamilton Academical

Ali Crawford finds himself in space inside the Thistle box, but his shot is straight at Ryan Scully. Accies continue to chase an equaliser at Firhill.

Hearts 1-0 Dundee

Miller's magic 100th goal for Rangers

GOAL Aberdeen 3-0 Ross County

Niall McGinn

Niall McGinn collects Shay Logan's pass, sets himself and fires past Scott Fox for Aberdeen's third of the day.

GOAL Hearts 1-0 Dundee

Callum Paterson

Hearts finally break the deadlock. A free-kick reaches Callum Paterson who rises the highest and finds a spot in the far corner.

Ridiculous it is still 0-0

Hearts 0-0 Dundee

Jonathan Sutherland

BBC Sport Scotland

"Much better from Dundee in this second-half. They have hit the woodwork four times now in this match. Given the number of chances Hearts have had, it seems ridiculous this game is still 0-0."

Dundee's Paul Hartley
Dundee's Paul Hartley has seen his side hit the woodwork numerous times

Feisty at Firhill

Partick Thistle 2-1 Hamilton Accies

Falling apart at Links Park

Montrose 0-4 Elgin City

It is all going Pete Tong for Montrose at home to Elgin City in League Two. Already down 4-0, they are reduced to nine men with Callum MacDonald joining Gary Fraser in picking up a red card.


St Johnstone 0-0 Kilmarnock

A bizarre incident as Kilmarnock keeper Jamie MacDonald is in possession of the ball but stops play to assess an apparent ankle injury.

It's unclear if the referee has actually halted play, and when the keeper rolls the ball out Saints striker Steven MacLean nips in and touches the ball into the unguarded net.

He clearly feels he had every right to play on, but the referee disagrees and allows MacDonald a free-kick in his own box.

All very odd.

End to end

Hearts 0-0 Dundee

Dundee hit the woodwork yet again as Yordi Teijsse fires in a low shot off the post.

Then, at the other end, Jamie Walker's shot is cleared off the line.  


Aberdeen 2-0 Ross County

Craig Samson is certainly earning his keep today, the goalkeeper making a double save to deny Aberdeen's Niall McGinn.

Celtic changes

Celtic 1-0 Motherwell

Chris McLaughlin

BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

"Double change for Celtic with the introduction of Griffiths and Roberts. Both players will be bursting to impress ahead of the upcoming midweek champions league match against Borussia Monchengladbach. Brendan Rodgers side still playing within themselves here."


St Johnstone 0-0 Kilmarnock

The first real sight of goal for either side since the break and it's Killie who almost break the deadlock.

Some nice passing creates some space for Rory McKenzie at the edge of the box. He lets fly and misses the top corner by inches.