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Andy Campbell

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  1. Post update

    That's all from me today. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

  2. Post update

    Celtic manager Ronny Deila

    "The sending off was a clear one. Of course, that changed the game and made it much harder for them and much easier for them. It was good that we scored at the first free-kick after. We created a lot of chances today."

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    And, there will be highlights of yesterday's Scottish Premiership matches on the BBC Sport website from 18:00 GMT.

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    Almost time for me to go, there will be more reaction to today's games on the BBC Sport website later today.

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    Celtic 2-0 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston

    "By all accounts it looks as though it was a sending off. Up until that point, I thought the lads were fantastic. It was a team effort. We're disappointed to come here and get beat and that shows you the standards we've set."

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    Hibernian 1-1 Hearts

    Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs

    "I thought my players were outstanding. I wanted them to have courage to get on the ball, make the right decisions and not fear making decisions. I'm proud of them."

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    Celtic 2-0 Kilmarnock

    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston can be proud of the defensive qualities shown by his players as they coped admirably with the loss of their captain Manuel Pascali for about an hour of the match. However, Celtic were deserving winners and Stefan Scepovic and John Guidetti will be pleased to have further endeared themselves to the home fans."

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    Hibernian 1-1 Hearts

    Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson

    "I thought we showed some real spirit to get back in the game. We get our reward in the end and it keeps the run going, it keeps us unbeaten."


    Celtic 2-0 Kilmarnock

    A comfortable win for Celtic and they move up to fourth in the Scottish Premiership - three points off leaders Hamilton and with a game in hand.

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    Sean Maley: "#bbcscotfootball Starting to warm to Ronny Delia. I think given time he could be a great manager."

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    Kilmarnock fail to make the most of some rare possession in an attacking area and Celtic are less than 10 minutes away from victory.

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    Celtic make their last change with Mubarak Wakaso replaced by Aleksandar Tonev.

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    Stefan Scepovic netted his second goal of the week to give Celtic a bigger lead.

    Stefan Scepovic celebrates after scoring for Celtic against Kilmarnock
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    Robbie Devenney: "#bbcscotfootball Gutted, but the progress of Hibs in the last few months is great. Keep this up and I think we will do well in playoffs."

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    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "Leigh Griffiths comes on for Stefan Scepovic whose final contribution for Celtic was an attempted lob of Conor Brennan, but the Killie keeper got his fingertips to it to take the steam out of it."

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    Celtic have made a couple of substitutions with Leigh Griffiths and Charlie Mulgrew on for Stefan Scepovic and Stefan Johansen.

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    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "Celtic's Stefan Scepovic side-foots horribly wide of Conor Brennan's goal from 18 yards after good work by Mubarak Wakaso, with John Guidetti ready to attack the ball and frustrated by his team-mate's wayward shooting. But Scepovic's persistence pays off when he gets himself into the right position to knock a Wakaso ball across Brennan and into the net to double Celtic's lead."

  18. GOAL

    Celtic 2-0 Kilmarnock (Scepovic)

    Stefan Scepovic guides in his second goal in as many games to double Celtic's lead.

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    Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "Celtic scorer John Guidetti cracks a shot off Conor Brennan's right-hand post and throws his hands up in disbelief when the Killie keeper saves his powerful shot within the next 10 seconds."

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    FT: Hibernian 1-1 Hearts

    Alim Ozturk's stunning strike for Hearts ensured the second Edinburgh derby of the season ended in a draw.

    Alim Ozturk scores for Hearts against Hibernian

    Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

    John Guidetti fires against the post as Celtic turn up the heat on Killie and the Swede has another effort that is blocked by Conor Brennan.

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    Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

    Over at Celtic Park, the hosts are pretty comfortable against Kilmarnock but there's only one goal in it.


    Hibernian 1-1 Hearts

    It's all over at Easter Road and both sides take a point from the Edinburgh derby but 10-man Hearts will no doubt be the happier.

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    Hibernian 1-1 Hearts

    Rob Maclean

    Sportsound commentator

    "What a goal and what a point this could be for Hearts."


    Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "Celtic get the second half off to a bright start as Stefan Scepovic smacks an angled shot at goal that is parried by Conor Brennan."

  26. GOAL

    Hibernian 1-1 Hearts (Ozturk)

    What a goal from Alim Ozturk. The defender collects the ball around 40 yards out and lifts an incredible shot towards goal that smacks the underside of the crossbar and bounces over the line.


    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Four minutes of stoppage time begin at Easter Road.

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Callum Paterson's red card made life all the more difficult for Hearts.

    Hearts defender Callum Paterson is sent off against Hibernian
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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Robbie Buchanan replaces Billy King for Hearts.

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    A couple of Hibs corners give Hearts cause for concern and uses up more time at Easter Road.


    Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

    Celtic are a goal and a man up at half-time. It looks like it's going to be a long day for Killie.

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Matthew Kennedy replaces Jason Cummings in Hibs' final change.

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    BBC Scotland's Jim Spence on Twitter

    "3856 Hearts fans in crowd of 14562"

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Nine minutes of regulation left in the Edinburgh derby.

  35. RED CARD

    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Callum Paterson scythes down Dominique Malonga as the Hibernian striker races towards halfway and the Hearts defender is shown a straight red by referee Bobby Madden.

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Back at Easter Road, it's getting a bit more frantic in the final 13 minutes. Hibernian's Lewis Stevenson is booked for dissent.

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    And John Guidetti dealt Killie another blow with the opening goal.

    John Guidetti scores for Celtic against Kilmarnock
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    Manuel Pascali was given his marching orders by referee Willie Collum.

    Kilmarnock captain Manuel Pascali is sent off against Celtic
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    Sam Stanton and Alex Harris come on for Hibs with Scott Allan and Danny Handling making way.

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Alan Stubbs' men are a goal to the good but can Hibernian see this out?

    Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs

    Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "The ball comes to the edge of the box and Stefan Johansen cracks a shot at goal that brings out an outstanding save by Conor Brennan in the Killie goal, turning it round his left-hand post."

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Billy King misses the kick after Callum Paterson squares the ball across the face of the Hibs box. Hearts have around 20 minutes to get back into this.


    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Hearts press and Adam Eckersley has a chance on the left-hand corner of the box but wastes it with a wayward shot. Mark Oxley takes too long to take the resulting goal kick and is booked for time wasting.

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    BBC Scotland's Jim Spence: "14.562 crowd at Easter Rd"

  45. CLOSE!

    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    A deep Scott Allan free-kick nicks off a Hearts head and drifts just wide of the visitors' goal.

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    Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "Killie captain Manuel Pascali is sent off for a last-man challenge on Stefan Scepovic 20 yards from goal. He simply got caught on the wrong side of the Celtic striker and in a flash he was sent packing, with little complaint, after pulling him back. And John Guidetti doubled the Killie agony by pinging in a superb free-kick past the defensive wall."

  47. GOAL

    Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock (Guidetti)

    John Guidetti crashes in a free-kick following Manuel Pascali's foul on Stefan Scepovic and Celtic have the lead against the 10 men.

  48. RED CARD

    Celtic 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock captain Manuel Pascali is sent off after tugging back Stefan Scepovic and denying the Celtic striker a goalscoring opportunity.

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    Celtic 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock's Josh Magennis tries to hold off Adam Matthews at Celtic Park.

    Adam Matthews and Josh Magennis
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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Paul Hanlon heads Scott Allan's corner wide of the Hearts goal. One hour played.

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Rob Maclean

    Sportsound commentator

    "Hearts are starting to find themselves now."

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Hearts are forced into another change with captain Danny Wilson withdrawn and Jordan McGhee sent on from the bench. Prince Buaben gives Hibs another anxious moment when he chips the ball across the face of goal but there are no takers.

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Hearts send Jamie Walker on for Soufian El Hassnaoui and the winger makes an instant impact with a low driven ball into the box, forcing Hibs goalkeeper Mark Oxley forced to fist away.

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Decent spell of pressure from Hearts with several teasing crosses coming in to the Hibs box but Hibs stand firm for now.

  55. CLOSE!

    Celtic 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "Celtic go so close to the opener as Stefan Johansen's inswinging corner from the right is headed a fraction wide by centre-half Virgil van Dijk."

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    Celtic 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "Manuel Pascali gets a favourable decision from referee Willie Collum after he tried to let the ball run out for a goal kick, with John Guidetti snapping at his heels.

    "The big Italian slipped and then appeared to haul the Celtic attacker down but Collum presumably thought the Swede had caused the Killie captain to fall and awarded it the other way. That has woken a few fans from their slumber."

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    Celtic 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Over at Celtic Park, it' still goalless after around 20 minutes.

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Dominique Malonga's free-kick cannons back off the wall and Scott Allan's rebound shot swerves well away from the Hearts goal.


    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Pricne Buaben fells Scott Allan and referee Bobby Madden insists the foul was just outside the box as he books the Hearts midfielder.

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    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Scott Allan crosses for Dominique Malonga but the big Hibs striker cannot direct his header on target.

  61. KICK-OFF

    Hibernian get the second half underway at Easter Road.

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    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "A more ambitious run by Tope Obadeyi inflames the passion of the travelling Killie fans, who give their team a roar when their team win a corner, which Virgil van Dijk rises to clear. Still 0-0."

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    Dominique Malonga was well placed to put Hibs ahead in the Edinburgh derby.

    Dominique Malonga scores for Hibernian against Hearts
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    Celtic v Kilmarnock

    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "It's a tepid opening at Celtic Park, with Kilmarnock kicking the ball around in midfield and Emilio Izaguirre keen to get down the left wing for Celtic.

    "Tope Obadeyi seemed to hesitate when played in on the Celtic goal - maybe it was the sight of the on-rushing Craig Gordon. In any case, the Scotland goalkeeper collected it off his toe and within seconds Stefan Johansen volleyed well wide of Conor Brennan's goal and Celtic kept up the momentum with a series of blocked efforts by their skipper Scott Brown."

  65. KICK-OFF

    Over at Celtic Park, the Scottish Premiership match has started with Kilmarnock the visitors.


    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

    Hibs are the happier side at half-time thanks to that Dominique Malonga goal. The hosts have been the better side and have offered more in attack.

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    It was pinball in the Hearts six-yard box as Jason Cummings tried to force the ball in before Malonga hammered in.

  68. GOAL

    Hibernian 1-0 Hearts (Malonga)

    A scramble in the box ensues from a Hibs corner and Dominique Malonga lashes the ball into the net to break the deadlock.

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    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "Fourth-placed Kilmarnock can go top of the Scottish Premiership today...with a seven-goal winning margin at Celtic Park.

    "A 2-0 win would lift them above third-placed Dundee United and on to the same points tally as leaders Hamilton and Inverness CT. They'd split those two teams on goal difference."

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    An exciting counter attack from Hibs ends with a whimper as Jason Cummings sends the ball well wide from Danny Handling's cut-back.

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    Five minutes until the break.


    Suddenly Hearts have a chance as Soufian El Hassnaoui runs in behind Paul Hanlon to latch on to a long ball and go one-on-one with goalkeeper Mark Oxley but the Hibs stopper gets a hand to the shot. Best chance of the match so far.

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    Elliott Perks: "If Malonga turns up like he did against rangers, this is the Hibs' day @BBCSport . #bbcscotfootball #hibsvhearts #EdinburghDerby"

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    A Hearts corner is headed clear out of the Hibs box. The visitors have struggled to impose themselves so far.

  75. CLOSE!

    Scott Allan has a go from around 35 yards out and the ball whistles over the top of Neil Alexander's Hearts goal.

  76. Post update

    Hibs certainly have the initiative but without a goal it will count for little.

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    Rob Maclean

    Sportsound commentator

    "Hibs could be ahead, should be ahead."

  78. CLOSE!

    Hearts captain Danny Wilson lets the ball go back to Neil Alexander but Jason Cummings nips in to square for Dominique Malonga, who watches on in agony as his attempt drifts just wide with the goalkeeper stranded.

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    Celtic and Kilmarnock players go through their warm-up in Glasgow.

    Celtic Park

    A series of Hibs attacks culminates in Danny Handling testing Hearts goalkeeper Neil Alexander with a stinging drive. Positive play from the hosts.

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    Liam Fontaine is given presumably his last warning after clattering into the back of Hearts striker Osman Sow.

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    Osman Sow skips away from Paul Hanlon during the opening exchanges at Easter Road.

    Paul Hanlon and Osman Sow
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    Keir Murray

    BBC Sport at Celtic Park

    "Celtic go into this game against Kilmarnock looking for their first win immediately after playing in Europe. After losing to Legia Warsaw, Celtic had a week to recover before they beat St Johnstone, but their 1-1 away draw with Maribor was followed three days later by a 1-0 loss at Inverness.

    "When they lost to Maribor at Celtic Park in August, their next game was a 1-1 draw at Dundee. After the draw away to Salzburg came a 1-1 draw at home to Motherwell and after their 1-0 defeat of Dinamo Zagreb they lost at home to Hamilton.

    "What will follow Thursday's morale-boosting 2-1 win over Astra Giurgiu?"

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    Best attack of the match so far is from Hearts as Billy King and Sam Nicholson make yards and Prince Buaben gets away a shot that is blocked by Paul Hanlon.

  86. Post update

    Sam Nicholson spins away from David Gray but cannot catch the ball before it goes out down Hearts' left-hand side. Moments later Hibs break up another Hearts attack on the edge of the area.

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    Back at Easter Road, there is still little in the way of goalmouth action in the Edinburgh derby.

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    Three changes for Celtic. Adam Matthews, John Guidetti and Wakaso Mubarak come in for Anthony Stokes, Charlie Mulgew and Mikael Lustig.

    Kilmarnock make one alteration with Alexei Eremenko replacing Chris Johnston.


    Celtic: Gordon, Matthews, Denayer, van Dijk, Izaguirre, McGregor, Brown, Johansen, Wakaso, Guidetti, Scepovic. Subs: Ambrose, Mulgrew, Lustig, Zaluska, Tonev, Griffiths, Kayal.

    Kilmarnock: Brennan, Barbour, Connolly, Pascali, Chantler, McKenzie, Obadeyi, Hamill, Clingan, Eremenko, Magennis. Subs: Johnston, Ashcroft, Slater, Ngoo, Westlake, McKay, Muirhead.

    Referee: William Collum.

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    Rob Maclean

    Sportsound commentator

    "Little flow or fluency in the opening few minutes but no change there."


    One change for Hibs with Liam Fontaine coming in for Callum Booth.

    There's also only one change in the Hearts line-up. Danny Wilson replaces Jordan McGhee.

  92. KICK-OFF

    Hearts get the game underway.

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    Both sets of players are on the pitch. Kick-off approaches.

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    Hearts manager Robbie Neilson

    "I wouldn't say we're hot favourites. Hibs are a good run of form so it's going to be a very difficult game. Alan's got them playing well. We must be on form. It's nice to play nice football and win games but at the end of the day football's about winning games. We'll need to compete against a good team."

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    Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs

    "We expect to win everything game. We know it's going to be a tough game but equally they know it's going to be a tough game as well. It's all about how you control the situation. We have to be the team that manages it better. It's important that we keep 11 players on the pitch, which is what we will do."

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    Sportsound pundit and former Hearts player Allan Preston

    "Hearts come here full of confidence. It was heavy rain this morning. It's light rain now and a lovely afternoon for football."

  97. Post update

    Sportsound pundit and former Hibernian player Craig Paterson

    "Hibs are on a decent run. They've got to convince the fans they can get the job done."

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    Sportsound is just getting underway on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW, DAB digital radio and online. Click the 'Live Coverage' tab to listen online (on desktop and laptop computers).

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    Prince Buaben's penalty for Hearts proved to be the winner the last time they met Hibs, with that match at Tynecastle finishing 2-1 to the hosts in August. Who will be celebrating today? Let me know your thoughts...

    Prince Buaben celebrates after scoring for Hearts against Hibernian
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    The referee at Easter Road is Bobby Madden.

  101. LINE-UPS

    Hibernian: Oxley, Gray, Fontaine, Hanlon, Stevenson, McGeouch, Scott Allan, Robertson, Handling, Malonga, Cummings. Subs: Harris, Craig, Stanton, Heffernan, Booth, Kennedy, Perntreou.

    Hearts: Alexander, Paterson, Ozturk, Wilson, Eckersley, Nicholson, Buaben, Gomis, King, Sow, El Hassnaoui. Subs: McHattie, Walker, Holt, Hamilton, Pallardo, Buchanan, McGhee.


    Sportsound, on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW, DAB digital radio and online, starts at 12:03 GMT.

    The programme will start with full live commentary of Hibs v Hearts followed by second-half coverage of Celtic v Kilmarnock.

    To listen to the radio coverage online, click the 'Live Coverage' tab (on desktop and laptop computers).

  103. Post update

    To get involved in today's coverage, you can text 80295 or tweet using the hashtag #bbcscotfootball.

  104. Post update

    Later, kicking off at 13:00 GMT, Celtic host Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership.

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    Scottish Championship leaders Hearts are also six points ahead of Rangers.

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    Hibernian are the hosts today with Alan Stubbs' men currently trailing their city rivals by 14 points.

  107. Post update

    It's an early start for us today with the Edinburgh derby coming up at 12:15 GMT.

  108. Post update

    Good morning and welcome to Sunday's live Scottish football coverage.