Time for me to go. Good night.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
"We had four, five gilt-edged chances and we've got players that are normally a bit more prolific than that. Fair play to Hamilton, they've thoroughly deserved to win tonight. We lacked quality in both boxes."
Aberdeen and Hamilton will meet again in a Scottish League Cup tie at Pittodrie on 29 October.
Hamilton Academical player-manager Alex Neil
"When you beat Aberdeen 3-0, you can't really complain. The group in general were just fantastic."
Mickael Antoine-Curier made no mistake as he lashed home Hamilton's late third.Copyright: SNS
Dundee United host Partick Thistle, Dundee travel to face Motherwell, St Johnstone take on Kilmarnock in Perth and Inverness Caledonian are the visitors for St Mirren.
Please join us again tomorrow for live updates from those matches.
As well as Celtic's lunchtime encounter with County, there are four Premiership matches at 15:00 BST on Saturday.
Aberdeen remain fifth but could drop to sixth if Celtic beat Ross County tomorrow.
Hamilton double goalscorer Tony Andreu
"Good teamwork. We kept a clean sheet, scored three goals. Happy days."
The stats are impressive. Hamilton are 11 matches unbeaten, they've won 10 in all competitions this season and have only conceded five Premiership goals this term.
David in Fochabers: "Aberdeen are missing Russell Anderson. At 36 he is still an excellent defender."
Liam: "I've not been sure about Taylor since the Dundee united game, last season Hector managed to turn it round I hope Taylor can do it too."
Hamilton Academical go four points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership after a convincing win over Aberdeen.
Mickael Antoine-Curier thumps home Ali Crawford's cross to put the seal on Hamilton's win.
Two minutes left at New Douglas Park.
Michael McGovern does well to keep out Lawrence Shankland's header out. Shankland tries again with a shot but the Hamilton keeper will not be beaten.
Aberdeen threaten at a free-kick but a foul by a Dons man breaks up the attack, much to the visitors' frustration.
Hamilton's Mickael Antoine-Curier has a shot blocked after racing away on the right-hand side.
Hamilton are 10 minutes away from a 10th win of the season in all competitions.
Although Hamilton are sitting proudly at the top of the Scottish Premiership, they have to work hard at bringing in fans. Click the 'Highlights' tab to watch BBC Scotland's Brian McLauchlin speak to the club about what they are doing to attract more supporters.
Tonight's attendance is one of their best so far this season at over 4,000.
Aberdeen have another free-kick and Niall McGinn goes higher with this attempt but it does not dip enough and sails over.
Niall McGinn's free-kick bounces just wide of the Hamilton goal.
Mikey Devlin takes out Peter Pawlett and the Hamilton man is booked.
Aberdeen substitute Niall McGinn heads Willo Flood's cross across the face of goal but Adam Rooney completely misses the ball and the chance is gone.
Hamilton Academical make their first substitution with Darian MacKinnon coming on for Danny Redmond.
Ryan Jack is off balance as he sends a shot off target. It's been that kind of night for Aberdeen.
Another changed for Aberdeen Niall McGinn is on for Barry Robson. Can the Northern Ireland forward turn this match around for the Dons?
Andreu (right) has been the difference for Hamilton so far this evening.Copyright: SNS
An hour gone and Hamilton are flying. So much confidence in their play and they look hungry for more goals.
That will be a huge frustration for Aberdeen, who were beginning to build momentum and pressure just before that second Hamilton goal.
It's a second for Accies and a second for Tony Andreu, who sweeps the ball into the net from Danny Redmond's low cut-back. Superbly worked goal.
Mark Reynolds' header from Barry Robson's free-kick loops onto the roof of the Hamilton net.
Danny Redmond has a pop at goal from around 30 yards and Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield palms then catches the ball on the bounce.
Grant Campbell: "#bbcscotfootball Hamilton have been a breath of fresh air to the Premiership this year. Always thought game this would be tough for Aberdeen."
Aberdeen have made a change for this second half. Peter Pawlett has replaced Andrew Considine.
Hamilton restart the match.
Should Hamilton complete victory, they will finish the weekend as Scottish Premiership leaders.
Stuart Morrison: "Hamilton's 'physical' approach being indulged by some generous refereeing by Clancy #bbcscotfootball"
The first half ends with Ali Crawford testing Jamie Langfield from the edge of the Aberdeen box. That's been fairly typical of the hosts' approach in the first half while the Dons have looked shaky at the back. Tony Andreu's fifth goal of the season separates the sides at the midway point.
Couple of minutes plus stoppage time until half-time. Accies deservedly in front after such a strong opening.
Aberdeen's best attack so far. David Goodwillie crosses for strike partner Adam Rooney, who cannot get a hold of his shot, allowing Hamilton to scramble clear.
Aberdeen midfielder Willo Flood is booked for dissent as the rain lashes down in Lanarkshire.
The Aberdeen defence continues to look vulnerable every time Hamilton come forward. Dougie Imrie crosses for Mickael Antoine-Curier and the Dons backline is relieved to see his header bounce into the grasp of Jamie Langfield.
Hamilton forward Mickael Antoine-Curier juggles the ball just inside the Aberdeen box and claims for a handball against Barry Robson but referee Kevin Clancy is unmoved,
Scott Boobis: "Hamilton play with so much pace and composure at times. Very confusing to watch. #bbcscotfootball"
Gordon in Fraserburgh: "As a Dons man - hats off to Accies, brilliant goal and I can see why their top of the league."
Another Aberdeen chance and another fine save from Michael McGovern. This time David Goodwillie gets beyond the Hamilton defence and tries to place the ball past the keeper but McGovern spreads himself well.
Aberdeen forward Adam Rooney gets the break of the ball to put him clean through on goal but Michael McGovern positions himself well to make the save.
Andreu was well placed to apply the finish needed for Hamilton's opener.Copyright: SNS
Accies player-manager Alex Neil issues instructions from the technical area. He has left himself on the bench again this evening and says he will only he come on if he feels his presence is needed.Copyright: SNS
The Aberdeen defence looked rather uncertain in the build-up to that goal and Ash Taylor was too indecisive before Hamilton really applied the pressure.
Hesitancy in the Aberdeen defence allows Hamilton in with Dougie Imrie lifting the ball across after Jamie Langfield commits himself and Tony Andreu knocks the ball into the empty net.
Tony Andreu chips the ball across the Aberdeen box and Mickael Antoine-Curier is at too tight an angle to direct his shot on target, allowing the Dons to clear. Good attack from the hosts.
Now Aberdeen press and Willo Flood's inswinging corner is missed by goalkeeper Michael McGovern but the visitors cannot capitalise.
There's a lot of pace to the Hamilton attack and, on a couple of occasions now, Aberdeen have found themselves in retreat.
Early push from Hamilton as Danny Redmond lifts the ball into the path of Dougie Imrie but Mark Reynolds is across quickly to clear.
The game gets started.
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The two teams make their way onto the pitch at New Douglas Park. We're getting near kick-off.
Tonight's referee at New Douglas Park is Kevin Clancy.
Anonymous: "Come on Hamilton keep Celtic further away off top spot."
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Hamilton are unchanged following their win at Celtic Park before the international break. Darian MacKinnon is available again after suspension and is listed among the substitutes.
Ryan Jack returns to the Aberdeen midfield following a knee injury, and Johnny Hayes is also handed a start with Peter Pawlett and Niall McGinn dropping to the bench.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
"We've picked a team to try and make sure we're nice and stiff and compact to begin with but we know we've got good options on the bench if we need to go and try to force the game to win it."
Hamilton Academical manager Alex Neil
"The team's done exceptionally well. We've got to continue to perform as well as we have. The Celtic game's done and dusted. That's completely out the memory now. We've got to force a pattern of play on Aberdeen and try and win this game."
Hamilton: McGovern, Gordon, Devlin, Garcia Tena, Hendrie, Crawford, Gillespie, Imrie, Andreu, Redmond, Antoine-Curier. Subs: Scotland, Neil, Watson, Longridge, MacKinnon, Hill, Ryan.
Aberdeen: Langfield, Taylor, Reynolds, Considine, Logan, Flood, Jack, Robson, Hayes, Rooney, Goodwillie. Subs: Monakana, McGinn, Smith, Pawlett, Low, Brown, Shankland.
Scottish Premiership-leading Accies will seek to extend their unbeaten record to 11 matches while the Dons are unbeaten in five.
Good evening and welcome to live coverage of Hamilton Academical v Aberdeen.