We'll be adding all the post-match reaction to the website in the next few hours and will be back at midday tomorrow for the Scottish Premiership game between Dundee and Celtic at Dens Park. The teams are level on points, although the Dark Blues have played a game more. Have a great evening.
Hibs manager Alan Stubbs
"There's been a lot of personnel changes. It was never going to happen overnight but obviously in football we want to turn it around as quickly as possible. It's got to be a complete set of mindset here."
Hibs manager Alan Stubbs
"There's been words. The players know what's expected of them. I'm not going to talk about what was said. There's no point ranting and raving. I expect better from them. At 1-0 I didn't think we were doing enough. We had got ourselves in front but we didn't do enough of winning the second balls, stopping crosses."
Hamilton player-manager Alex Neil
"I'm delighted for the players. They have worked so hard. They look a good team at the moment. We've got a long way to go. It's four games and we've picked up 12 points [after opening day defeat]."
James Mitchell: "Another great result #ictfc. 5 games 4 wins 1 draw. Yet to concede a goal and top of the League. good times. Go #Caleyjags #bbcsportscot"
Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara
"I think we can play a lot better. The score flattered us a bit. It was a great three points. I'm delighted for Blair [Spittal]. It was a fantastic finish."
Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston
"I don't think we deserved much from that game. There were too many people under-performed today. Right from the start we didn't pass the ball the way we can. We looked sluggish. The journey up wouldn't have helped but we were OK against Ross County. The second goal was a great strike. The first goal was individual errors."
BBC Scotland's Tom English
"Having beaten Celtic last week, you might have thought Inverness would have a bit of a dip, but they haven't."
Inverness manager John Hughes
"It was our day. I'm just thankful that we picked up the three points. In the second half we passed it a lot quicker. It helps us when it's a quicker pitch. We're playing some good stuff - Meekings, McKay, Shinnie. We're going to try as hard as we can [to maintain the unbeaten run]. We've said to the boys in the dressing room to get as many points on the board as quick as we can to stay in the Premiership and then we'll re-set our goals."
In the Championship, things are not going well for Hibs. They are in eighth place after four games, on three points. Their city rivals Hearts have maximum points and top the pile, while Rangers are in second place with nine points.
Inverness CT, on 13 points, are a point ahead of Hamilton and Dundee United, at the top of the Premiership. St Mirren and Ross County are without a point. Whoever takes over from Derek Adams at the Staggies has a lot of work to do to rebuild confidence.
John Hughes' Caley Thistle stay top of the Premiership with their win over Killie. What a start - 13 points from five games.
Superb finish by Blair Spittal, who chests the ball down before smashing the ball into the net for United's third.
Almost a third for United as Ryan Dow's shot is beaten away by Marian Kello.
On-loan striker Brian Graham gets on the end of Gary McDonald's cross and heads home what could be the winner for St Johnstone at Fir Park.
BBC Scotland reporter Kenny Crawford
In this tale of penalties it's looking very much like Hamilton will stroll to the finish line. After Mickael Antoine-Curier's double and Richie Brittain's miss for County, home midfielders Tony Andreu and Danny Redmond have had chances to extend the lead.
Greg Tansey fires from 25 yards and watches as the ball rebounds off the post and off the back of Killie keeper Craig Samson into the back of the net for Inverness Caledonian Thistle's second of the afternoon.
BBC Scotland's Derek Ferguson
"It looks to me like both Motherwell and St Johnstone don't believe that they can win this game, both teams seem to be lacking in confidence."
Osman Sow rolls the ball home from the penalty spot to make it a canter against the Bairns.
Hearts win a penalty against Falkirk, as Osman Sow is brought down.
Aaron Doran finds the opener for Inverness Caley Thistle after a patient, well-worked move involving Billy McKay and Graeme Shinnie to roll the ball into the back of the net. It had been coming. Moments ago Killie found themselves under more pressure and keeper Craig Sampson was forced to make a save when Ryan Christie directed a header towards goal.
Midfielder Prince Buaben is sent off for a lunge on Falkirk's Scott Olumid Durojaiye.
Jaroslaw Fojut heads home Dundee United's second from a corner.
Richard Brittain's penalty is saved and Ross County remain three goals down at New Douglas Park.
Niall McGinn makes it two for Aberdeen with a scintillating left-footed effort that surely puts the game beyond Alan Archibald's men.
Bilel Mohsni stoops to head the Light Blues in front. You feel there are more goals to come at Ibrox, but at which end?
BBC Scotland's Derek Ferguson
"Better signs from Motherwell in the second half with John Sutton putting a shot and a header on target, but I'm a bit disappointed in St Johnstone's play after the re-start."
Billy McKay pings a right-footed shot from distance that drifts over the Kilmarnock crossbar. It remains goalless in the Highlands, but Kilmarnock will be the happier side if they get home to Ayrshire tonight with a draw.
Mikael Antoine-Curier scores his second from the spot to put table-topping Accies - as things stand - in charge.
Ross County are down to 10 men as Uros Celcer is sent off for bringing down Dougie Imrie. Accies have a penalty.
As the rain lashes down in the Granite City, the home side continues to press Alan Archibald's men, with David Goodwillie also coming close.
BBC Scotland football pundit Allan Preston frets over the sartorial combination being sported this afternoon by Eamonn Bannon. The former Dundee United and Hearts favourite is wearing a sharp suit...and a baseball cap.
"Accies could go top of the league. It's an incredible performance by Alex Neil's team."
Liam Buchanan's goal puts the Wasps on level terms with the Hibees.
One becomes two, here, as Mickael Antoine Curier, wearing the number 99 on his back, strokes a penalty low into the bottom right corner.
It came about from Rocco Quinn's foul on Frenchman Tony Andreu at the corner of the box.
This is more like it. Only the matches at Inverness and Motherwell are needing a goal now in the Premiership.
Chris Erskine scores his third goal of the season. Collecting the ball around 20 yards as the St Mirren defence try desperately to get back and the midfielder coolly sweeps the ball past Marian Kello.
Caley Thistle's Graeme Shinnie picks up the ball on the edge of the box and tees up a right-footed shot, but Killie keeper Craig Sampson manages to palm the ball wide.
Keith Watson clears just before the ball creeps over the line after St Mirren's Callum Ball turns the ball towards goal.
And the captain Martin Canning produces the goods! The big centre-back, who spent seven years at a County, rises to head home Danny Redmond's corner.
David Templeton is just off the bench and the winger has levelled for Rangers.
Nicky Low curls the ball into the net from around 18 yards. Finally a Premiership goal.
Craig Samson is quick off his line to smother the ball as Aaron Doran threatens for Inverness.
Matches are beginning to resume around the country.
"There was a protest against the board at Ibrox in the 18th minute, but the alarm didn't end there for the home fans. Queen of the South took the lead through Gavin Reilly, and although Marius Zaliukas equalised five minutes later, Iain Russell restored the visitors' lead before half-time. There's no comfort anywhere for Rangers fans at the moment."
We're in for a goal glut in the second half, right?
Kenny Crawford at New Douglas Park
"Half-time at New Douglas Park and despite Hamilton's dominance we remain without a goal - Ziggy Gordon going closest.
"It does look to be coming from the hosts but County might just get a bit of confidence from getting to the dressing room on level terms."
Not much to report in the opening period in Paisley. The game is really bereft of excitement and neither side looks particularly confident on the ball.
Football Commentator, BBC Scotland
"It has been truly awful to watch at Inverness. It's been very stop-start. I didn't make a note until the 37th minute."
So, after 45 minutes there are no goals at any of the five Scottish Premiership matches this afternoon.
Jamie in Aberdeen: "re 1533 Liam McLean, did you forget your pen?"
Caley Thistle's Graeme Shinnie delivers a clean pass through for Aaron Doran who fires towards the Killie goal, but fails to find the target with his shot. Greg Tansey has to hoof the ball over his own bar after Josh Magennis drives into the Inverness box to latch on to a pass from Rory McKenzie, but he runs out of steam and the danger is cleared.
Kenny Crawford at New Douglas Park
"Hamilton continue to dominate as Darian MacKinnon's through-ball is just a touch too heavy for Englishman Danny Redmond.
"Accies look fairly comfortable but need to score while they have this superiority. County aren't feeling sorry for themselves, getting forward on occasion but without creating anything of note."
St Johnstone again pile on the pressure with Scott Brown hitting a right-footed shot from outside the Motherwell box but keeper Dan Twardzik is up to the task.
Kilmarnock's Josh Magennis delivers a weak header from the centre of the box that fails to beat Caley keeper Dean Brill in what is arguably one of the rare chances of this match so far.
Billy King scores his second goal of the day against the Bairns.
Ian Russell side-foots the ball past Steve Simonsen to put the Dumfries side in front.
At Pittodrie, Jonny Hayes bursts through and sends in a ball that eventually finds its way to Niall McGinn, and despite looking odds-on to open the scoring, the Northern Irishman is taken by surprise, with his tame effort trickling through to the grateful arms of Paul Gallacher.
Injury concern for Dundee United after Jaroslaw Fojut comes into collision with a team-mate. The big defender receives treatment and returns to the fray.
Motherwell defender Josh Law gives home fans some hope with a left-footed shot from outside the St Johnstone box but his effort is saved by keeper Alan Mannus. Still goalless at Fir Park.
Liam McLeod sums up the lack of action at Inverness v Kilmarnock in the Highlands: "Twenty-nine minutes in and I've not written a single note about this game."
At Fir Park, St Johnstone are still on the front foot and a cross finds Gary McDonald at the back post but he just can't get enough on it to beat Motherwell keeper Dan Twardzik.
Defender Marius Zaliukas loops a header beyond Zander Clark to level the score at Ibrox.
Jim Spence laments the lack of a shot at goal in the game at Inverness where Killie are the visitors.
Neither side have really been able to get their passing game going in Paisley. In fairness, that's largely down to the effort defences are making to close down space.
At Pittodrie, despite the best efforts of Stuart Bannigan to drive his team forward, it's all Aberdeen. If a goal is it come in this half, it's likely to be the home side.
Billy King follows up on a penalty save at Tynecastle to put the Jambos two up in the Championship.
Gavin Reilly shocks the home fans at Ibrox. Nicky Clark goes close with a shot wide immediately after.
Greg Tansey sends a long, diagonal ball into the Kilmarnock penalty area, but none of his Caley Thistle team-mates are on hand to collect the ball on the edge of the box and the chance to pile on the pressure drifts. After about 20 minutes played, it remains goalless, but Inverness are definitely the stronger of the two sides so far.
Kenny Crawford at New Douglas Park
Hamilton Accies are having the upper hand in the opening exchanges in South Lanarkshire. The hosts' right-back plays a wonderful one-two with Dougie Imrie and fires in a low shot which skims past Mark Brown's post. Then, Imrie himself has a close-range effort well saved by the County goalkeeper.
Jordan McGhee on target for Hearts in the Championship.
Derek Ferguson at Fir Park
"So far St Johnstone have had the best of the play against Motherwell with two great chances for David Wotherspoon, but remains goalless."
Jason Cummings puts Alan Stubbs' side ahead in the Scottish Championship.
Thistle finally get an sight of goal at Aberdeen, against the run of play, as Stuart Bannigan picks up possession and fires a long-range effort, but the ball goes just past the post of Jamie Langfield.
Paisley is bathed in sunshine as St Mirren search for their first Scottish Premiership goal and point of the season. John McGinn's downward header is turned over by United goalkeeper Radoslaw Cierzniak.
BBC Scotland's Liam McLeod at Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Kilmarnock in the Highlands: "This fixture generally produces goals - an average of three goals per games over the years, but none yet."
At Pittodrie the home side are really on the offensive, with Thistle unable to get a foothold on the match. A lively start, with Andrew Considine the architect for much of the Dons' pressure.
After a quiet start at St Mirren Park, suddenly Chris Erskine bursts through and forces Marion Kello into a good save to turn wide. Good chance for the Dundee United midfielder.
Prior to kick-off, Hamilton Accies chairman Les Gray put himself through the ice bucket challenge on the New Douglas Park pitch.
"Expectation is of fan protests against the board at Ibrox today. The attendance, and the extent of the disaffection on show, will reveal how far the discontent has spread amongst the Rangers fans. Financial issues are a concern again for the fans, and could overshadow events on the pitch against Queen of the South."
From the TV pictures coming in to BBC Scotland's HQ, it looks like glorious sunshine at Pittodrie and I can look across to Paisley where the weather is splendid too.
Aberdeen start brighter, zipping the ball around nicely through the likes of Niall McGinn. And, they have the first effort on goal, through David Goodwillie, but he could only drag a shot wide.
Okey-doke, let's hope for an exciting afternoon. Kick-offs approach.
St Mirren make two changes from the team which met Dunfermline in the League Cup on Tuesday with Callum Ball and Ross Caldwell in for the injured Steven Thompson and the dropped Gregg Wylde.
Visitors United have made one alteration from the side which defeated Ross County last Saturday with Chris Erskine replacing Mario Bilate. Dundee United come into the game looking to record a fourth Scottish Premiership win from five matches.
Inverness boss John Hughes makes one change to his starting XI for Kilmarnock's visit to the Highlands. Gary Warren misses out through injury, with Aaron Doran deputising and Ross Draper shifting to centre-half.
Killie make two alternations from Tuesday night's dramatic 1-0 win at Ayr United, with Tope Obadeyi and Robbie Muirhead dropped and Craig Slater and Michael Ngoo coming in.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes makes three changes as his team looks to kick-start their Scottish Premiership campaign at the expense of Partick. Captain Russell Anderson and influential midfielder Willo Flood misses out through injury, their places taken by Ash Taylor and Nicky Low. McInnes has also rotated his main striker, David Goodwillie taking the place of Adam Rooney.
Thistle boss Alan Archibald makes five alterations from the midweek cup win over Morton. Jake Carroll comes in after signing on loan from Huddersfield on Friday, with fellow defender Dan Seaborne also included along with midfielders Stuart Bannigan and Ryan Stevenson, and attacker Christie Elliot.
Motherwell are still missing key defenders through injury and had Fraser Kerr suspended after last week's red card for the visit of St Johnstone to Fir Park in the Scottish Premiership.
Well manager Stuart McCall brings in centre-back Mark O'Brien for his first start since joining from Derby on loan. After three consecutive defeats, McCall makes three other changes with Lionel Ainsworth, Paul Lawson and Zaine Francis-Angol all starting.
Saints boss Tommy Wright had no injury problems and after his side's win over Aberdeen he stands by the same starting XI. Wright has the luxury of having striker Brian Graham, on loan from Dundee United, on the bench.
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Kenny Crawford at New Douglas Park
"Five changes to the Accies team who beat Alloa 4-1 in the League Cup in midweek. Dougie Imrie, Ali Crawford, Darian MacKinnon, Jesus Garcia Tena and Mickael Antoine Curier coming in for Stephen Hendrie, Michael Devlin, Jason Scotland, Andy Ryan and Louis Longridge.
"County make three changes to the side that defeated Stranraer 2-1 in the same competition. Rocco Quinn, Liam Boyce and Ben Frempah replace Jim Fenlon, Jake Jervis and Graham Carey."
St Mirren: Kello, Naismith, McAusland, Plummer, Tesselaar, Drury, McGinn, Osbourne, McLean, Ball, Caldwell. Subs: Morgan, Kelly, Wylde, Ridgers, Reilly, Brown, Teale.
Dundee United: Cierzniak, Watson, Morris, Fojut, Townsend, Paton, Rankin, Mackay-Steven, Erskine, Dow, Ciftci. Subs: Bilate, Telfer, Connolly, Scott Smith, Spittal, Szromnik, Spark.
Referee: Bobby Madden
Motherwell: Twardzik, Reid, O'Brien, McManus, Francis-Angol, Ainsworth, Lawson, Lasley, Law, Ojamaa, Sutton. Subs: Ramsden, Nielsen, McHugh, Erwin, Leitch, Neill, Cadden.
St Johnstone: Mannus, Mackay, Anderson, Scobbie, Brian Easton, Croft, Chris Millar, McDonald, Brown, Wotherspoon, MacLean. Subs: Lappin, Wright, Morgan, Banks, Miller, O'Halloran, Graham.
Referee: Alan Muir
Inverness CT: Brill, Raven, Meekings, Draper, Shinnie, Watkins, Tansey, Williams, Doran, Christie, McKay. Subs: Esson, Ross, Devine, Horner, Tremarco, Polworth.
Kilmarnock: Samson, Barbour, Connolly, Pascali, Chantler, McKenzie, Hamill, Clingan, Slater, Ngoo, Magennis. Subs: Miller, Johnston, Cairney, Brennan, Ashcroft, Eremenko, Muirhead.
Referee: John Beaton
Hamilton: McGovern, Gordon, Canning, Garcia Tena, Gillespie, Mackinnon, Andreu, Crawford, Imrie, Antoine-Curier, Redmond. Subs: Hendrie, Devlin, Scotland, Neil, Longridge, Currie, Ryan.
Ross County: Brown, Balk, Boyd, Frempah, Celcer, Cardle, Quinn, Brittain, Kiss, de Leeuw, Boyce. Subs: Miller, Reguero, Jervis, Maatsen, Arquin, Ross, Dingwall.
Referee: William Collum
Aberdeen: Langfield, Logan, Taylor, Reynolds, Considine, Pawlett, Jack, Low, Hayes, Goodwillie, McGinn. Subs: Rooney, Smith, Robson, Clark Robertson, Brown, Shaughnessy, Wright.
Partick: Gallacher, O'Donnell, Balatoni, Seaborne, Carroll, Osman, Bannigan, Elliot, Fraser, Higginbotham, Stevenson. Subs: Fox, Muirhead, Craigen, Doolan, Lawless, Wilson, Keenan.
Referee: Brian Colvin
In the Scottish Championship, of the likely title chasers, Hibernian are away to Alloa, Hearts host Falkirk and Queen of the South are the visitors to Ibrox to play Rangers.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor tells BBC Radio Scotland Sportsound listeners: "Scottish football is about players and fans and we need to reconnect Ross County with our community."
MacGregor confirms that Patrick Kluivert has applied for the managerial vacancy creating by the sacking of Derek Adams, adding: "I cannot believe the quality of candidates. I want someone who wants to better themselves. I want someone who wants to use Ross County as a stepping stone to bigger and better things. That's the language I want to hear."
BBC Scotland reporter Kenny Crawford at New Douglas Park
"When alarm clocks went off in Dingwall this morning, County fans would have not only remembered they had no manager, but no points from four league games. And now they face top-flight new boys Hamilton Accies who are taking no Premiership prisoners. Alex Neil's men have three wins from four in the league and could go top today if other results go their way. So let's hope County fans didn't hit snooze but came down to support their team."
Our reporter Liam McLeod has quite a story - that Ross County have made contact with Patrick Kluivert about the Dutchman becoming their new manager. Too bizarre for words?
We have five Scottish Premiership matches coming up at 15:00 BST. Aberdeen host Partick Thistle, Hamilton welcome managerless Ross County, high-flying Inverness take on Kilmarnock, there's an "Off the Ball derby" as Motherwell face St Johnstone and St Mirren go up against Dundee United.
Good afternoon and a very warm welcome to our coverage of the Scottish football action.