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Andy Campbell

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  1. Post update

    Good night.

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    Thank you for your company today and for all your contributions.

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    Enrique on the St Mirren Tile Bar Supporters Bus: "Amazing result at Dens Park, Quality goal from Stevie Mallan. Proud day to be a St Mirren fans COYS!!"

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    And you can join us again tomorrow for live coverage of Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Aberdeen.

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    There will be reaction to today's football and rugby on the BBC Sport website later today.

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    Almost time for me to go.

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    St Johnstone 2-1 Dundee Utd

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright

    "I thought it was comprehensive. We dominated large parts of the game. We fully deserved our victory."

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    Pete, Edinburgh: "Deila hasn't got it. He won't last long."

    Anonymous: "Fed up, taxi for Delia please. He doesn't have it, when will Peter Lawwell realise he's made a huge blunder appointing Delia!"

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    Celtic 0-0 Ross County

    Ross County manager Jim McIntyre

    "We're absolutely delighted with the way the players carried out the game plan. We were unfortunate when Filip's shot came back off the post. A point's what we deserve for our efforts today."

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    Andrew Priestley: "Spare a thought for poor Ross County. They battled for a famous point away to Celtic but still slip to bottom of the table! #bbcscotfootball"

    Michael Mancini: "@BBCSportsound Time for change, worst team I have ever seen @celticfcDelia not got a clue.#bbcscotfootball"

    Harvey Specter: "Absolute joke this result & current #celtic side Delia out of his depth #bbcscotfootball"


    Celtic and Leigh Griffiths were frustrated against Ross County, who claimed a 0-0 draw in Glasgow.

    Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths
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    James Keatings' goal gave Hearts victory over Livingston and took the Tynecastle side 15 points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship.

    Hearts players celebrating
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    One more Scottish fixture to be played today, Falkirk v Raith Rovers. That game kicks off at 17:30 GMT and you can watch it on BBC Alba.


    Scottish League Two

    Annan Athletic 2-1 Clyde

    Berwick Rangers 0-0 Queen's Park

    East Fife 1-5 Arbroath

    East Stirlingshire 1-4 Albion Rovers

    Montrose 2-3 Elgin City


    Scottish League One

    Airdrieonians 3-0 Ayr United

    Stirling Albion 3-4 Greenock Morton

    Stranraer 0-2 Stenhousemuir


    Scottish Championship

    Hibernian 4-0 Rangers

    Alloa Athletic 1-1 Queen of the South

    Cowdenbeath 1-3 Dumbarton

    Livingston 0-1 Hearts

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    Alan on Twitter: "Celtic title jitters continue as @MotherwellFC win again!!!"


    Celtic 0-0 Ross County

    It ends goalless at Celtic Park and, though they slip to the bottom of the Premiership, it's a valuable point for Ross County.


    Motherwell 1-0 Partick Thistle

    John Sutton's first-half penalty gives Motherwell all three points against Partick Thistle.

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    Harvey Specter: "Time Delia & #Celtic change system 4-3-3 doesn't work need go back basics 4-4-2, 2 up top strikers & 2 out & out wingers #bbcscotfootball"

    Chris Leonard: "Results going nicely for @AberdeenFC so far :) #bbcscotfootball"


    Dundee 1-3 St Mirren

    A valuable three points for St Mirren and a first win for caretaker manager Gary Teale.


    Kilmarnock 1-0 Hamilton Academical

    And Eremenko's goal proves to be the winner. A first win in nine in all competitions for Allan Johnston's side.

  23. GOAL

    Kilmarnock 1-0 Hamilton Academical (Eremenko)

    A stunning free-kick by substitute Alexei Eremenko gives Killie the lead.


    Livingston 0-1 Hearts

    Hearts go 15 points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship with victory over Livingston, James Keatings getting the first-half winner.


    St Johnstone 2-1 Dundee Utd

    St Johnstone win the Tayside derby with Chris Millar's late strike proving to be the winner.

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    Dundee 1-3 St Mirren

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park

    "An anxious few minutes now for St Mirren as Gary Irvine pulls one back - he was on hand to drill past Mark Ridgers from 14 yards"

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    Quite a comeback for St Johnstone in the second half. Trailing at half-time, they have turned it around to lead against Dundee United in Perth.

    St Johnstone players celebrating
  28. CLOSE!

    Motherwell 1-0 Partick Thistle

    Two chances for Partick Thistle. Kris Doolan's initial shot is blocked and he cannot convert with his second attempt. Motherwell go quickly upfield and Lee Erwin fires narrowly wide.

  29. GOAL

    Dundee 1-3 St Mirren (Irvine)

    Gary Irvine's shot pulls a goal back for Dundee.


    Celtic 0-0 Ross County

    Filip Kiss strikes the ball well and then watches in agony as the ball bounces back off the post. So close to a County opener.

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    John Taylor on Twitter: "This is a great result for St Mirren"

  32. GOAL

    St Johnstone 2-1 Dundee Utd (Millar)

    Saints are in front for the first time. Chris Millar is given too much time to size up a shot and beats Radoslaw Cierzniak with a right-foot shot - the midfielder's first goal of the season.

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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton's Darian MacKinnon holds his head in horror as he nods an Ali Crawford corner over the bar from six yards. That was THE chance of the game!

  34. CLOSE!

    St Johnstone 1-1 Dundee Utd

    Two great chances in a minute for St Johnstone, whose tails are up after the goal. Brian Easton elects to go alone and drives a shot at Radoslaw Cierzniak, before Steven MacLean directs the corner just over.

  35. RED CARD

    Dundee 0-3 St Mirren

    And Paul McGinn was sent off for his foul that led to St Mirren's penalty.

  36. GOAL

    Dundee 0-3 St Mirren (McLean, pen)

    Kenny McLean converts the spot-kick and St Mirren have what looks like an unassailable lead.


    Dundee 0-2 St Mirren

    Paul McGinn brings down Kenny McLean and St Mirren have a penalty.

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    Sportscene will be starting shortly on BBC One Scotland.

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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    It's beginning to look like a stalemate at Rugby Park. The chances have dried up after the break. Hamilton player-manager Alex Neil, now in the technical area, has sent on striker Jason Scotland for the tiring Michael Antoine-Curier.

  40. GOAL

    St Johnstone 1-1 Dundee Utd (O'Halloran)

    Lee Croft puts in a wonderful cross for Michael O'Halloran, who heads in off the ground and into the net.


    Dundee 0-2 St Mirren

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park

    "A first senior goal for St Mirren midfielder Stevie Mallan! The youngster picks the ball up in the middle of the park and evades a couple of tackles before curling it superbly past Kyle Letheren."

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    St Johnstone 0-1 Dundee Utd

    Jackie McNamara's men cannot quite put daylight between themselves and the hosts. Stuart Armstrong has a third good chance of the half, before Nadir Ciftci puts a free-kick just over.

  43. GOAL

    Dundee 0-2 St Mirren (Mallan)

    An impressive curling shot by Stephen Mallan doubles St Mirren's lead. Might this be a first win for caretaker manager Gary Teale?

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    Adam Reid: "who would ever have thought Rangers would be thumped at Hibs and be so many points behind Hearts? #bbcscotfootball"

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    Motherwell 1-0 Partick Thistle

    Motherwell, having dominated the first half, have fallen out of the game in the second and Partick Thistle may yet get something from the match at Fir Park.

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    Ross County have had to dig in to frustrate so far at Celtic Park.

    Jamie Reckord and Scott Brown
  47. CLOSE!

    St Johnstone 0-1 Dundee Utd

    Textbook counter-attacking play from the visitors. David Wotherspoon has a shot from inside the box blocked, and Jackie McNamara's men race forward at pace with Nadir Ciftci just curling a shot wide of the post.

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    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park

    "A bit of a flare-up here as Isaac Osbourne goes in heavily on Dundee's Kevin Thomson. Thomson, who's suffered some terrible injuries in the past, certainly did not appreciate the lateness of the challenge - no action taken by referee Don Robertson though."

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    Alex MacDonald Edinburgh: "Hearts away support at Livi is the biggest away support in the UK today."


    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Accies goalie Michael McGovern saves a powerful shot by Robbie Muirhead and at the other end Ali Crawford's effort is deflected for a corner after he was set up by Dougie Imrie. From the resultant corner, Mark Connolly leaps to head an effort off the goal-line.

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    Plenty of chances so far at Rugby Park but it's still goalless in Ayrshire between Kilmarnock and Hamilton.

    Darian MacKinnon and Craig Slater
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    St Johnstone 0-1 Dundee Utd

    Stuart Armstrong hits the side netting for Dundee United. Vastly different second half in terms of chances.

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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Kilmarnock's Lee Ashcroft keeps his cool to calmly head the ball back to his goalkeeper Craig Samson, while under pressure from a red-and-white shirted predator.


    St Johnstone 0-1 Dundee Utd

    St Johnstone captain Dave MacKay cracks a left-foot shot towards goal with Radoslaw Cierzniak doing well to tip over.

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    Martin Dowden

    BBC Scotland at McDiarmid Park

    "St Johnstone far from out of this match but you have to be impressed with the quality of United's passing and interplay. Incisive and with pace, which may prove decisive in the end."


    Celtic 0-0 Ross County

    Celtic respond with Callum McGregor chipping the ball against the frame of the goal and John Guidetti cannot convert the rebound.

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    Celtic 0-0 Ross County

    Lewis Toshney gets on the end of Richie Brittain's cross to head towards the Celtic goal but Craig Gordon makes the save.

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    St Johnstone 0-1 Dundee Utd

    The early signs are the second half is going to be better fare than the first 45 minutes. Lee Croft races to the byline but his cross is well held by Radoslaw Cierzniak, then Stuart Armstrong tests Alan Mannus from close range.

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    Kev, Northampton: "what is it with Ronny Deila playing 1 up front at home if Celtic fail to win the league this year then Deila and the Board want booted as far away as possible!!"

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    Calum Butcher gave Dundee United the lead against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park.

    Calum Butcher celebrates after scoring for Dundee United against St Johnstone
  61. KICK-OFF

    Matches resuming.


    Hibernian 4-0 Rangers

    Rangers caretaker manager Kenny McDowall

    "It was very disappointing to be two goals down after 12 minutes. Our whole game plan went out the window after that. They just did not look organised at times. They were not where they should have been on the park. I will accept the responsibility for the result. I set the team up and the boys will accept responsibility for the performances. It was not good enough."


    Scottish League Two

    Annan Athletic 1-1 Clyde

    Berwick Rangers 0-0 Queen's Park

    East Fife 1-1 Arbroath

    East Stirlingshire 1-3 Albion Rovers

    Montrose 0-2 Elgin City


    Scottish League One

    Airdrieonians 2-0 Ayr United

    Stirling Albion 2-1 Greenock Morton

    Stranraer 0-1 Stenhousemuir


    Scottish Championship

    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Queen of the South

    Cowdenbeath 0-1 Dumbarton

    Livingston 0-1 Hearts

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    Dundee 0-1 St Mirren

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park

    "With goal-happy forward players like David Clarkson and Greg Stewart in Dundee's line-up, I feared for St Mirren today. But the Paisley men hold a deserved half-time lead thanks to the player of the match so far - Kenny McLean."


    Dundee 0-1 St Mirren

    Kenny McLean's goal separates the sides at the break. St Mirren started the day bottom of the Premiership but may climb up the table today.


    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    And no goals either at Rugby Park but enough attempts at goal to keep the fans enthused. Craig Samson has been the busier keeper, as Ali Crawford, Dougie Imrie and Stephen Hendrie have peppered the Killie goal, while Robbie Muirhead was somehow unable to convert Killie's best chance when Accies goalie Michael McGovern was left exposed.


    Celtic 0-0 Ross County

    Celtic have been frustrated so far against Ross County. No goals so far in Glasgow.


    Motherwell 1-0 Partick Thistle

    Motherwell have the lead at the break with John Sutton on target with a penalty.


    St Johnstone 0-1 Dundee Utd

    United lead at half-time in the Tayside derby, courtesy of Calum Butcher's goal.

  72. CLOSE!

    Celtic 0-0 Ross County

    John Guidetti attempts to back-heel Leigh Griffiths shot towards goal but the Celtic striker's effort is wide.

  73. GOAL

    St Johnstone 0-1 Dundee Utd (Butcher)

    Calum Butcher meets the ball at the back post and slides the past goalkeeper Alan Mannus.

  74. CLOSE!

    Dundee 0-1 St Mirren

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park

    "St Mirren's Stevie Mallan has a lucky escape as an attempted headed clearance by the young midfielder hits his own post in a penalty box scramble."

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    St Johnstone 0-0 Dundee Utd

    The home side are slowly taking control of the game, with captain Dave MacKay the unlikely main attacking threat. His cut-back is stopped in its tracks yards from goal, then he heads just wide of the post from the resulting corner.

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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Just when it looked as if Killie were getting a grip on the game, up gallops Accies' Stephen Hendrie to arrow a shot a fraction wide.

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    Celtic 0-0 Ross County

    Michael Gardyne, a late entry to the Ross County starting line-up following an injury to Graham Carey, is withdrawn before half-time and Lewis Toshney comes on for the visitors at Celtic Park.

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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    The ball is laid on a plate for Kilmarnock's Robbie Muirhead, with a cut-back from the right, but he moves too close to goal and the cannot get the ball out from under his feet, with the goal at his mercy.

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    Celtic 0-0 Ross County

    Callum McGregor, who came on for Anthony Stokes earlier, sends a tame effort goalwards and Ross County goalkeeper Antonio Reguero makes the save. Moments later Adam Matthews has a chance for Celtic but cannot convert.

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    St Johnstone 0-0 Dundee Utd

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Scotland at McDiarmid Park

    "Entertaining match at McDiarmid with some crisp passing and neat interplay in front of a big crowd. Just lacking that killer ball to unlock either defence."

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    Kenny McLean celebrates his goal for St Mirren at Dens Park with Jason Naismith.

    Kenny McLean and Jason Naismith
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    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park

    "Absolutely brilliant goal by Kenny McLean. The St Mirren midfielder capitalises on a poor Thomas Konrad clearance and plays a classy one-two with Sean Kelly before sending a measured shot past an outstretched Kyle Letheren. Great to watch!"

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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton have the upper hand against their hosts and Dougie Imrie is the latest to make sure Killie keeper Craig Samson is concentrating on the match. His shot is saved and moments later Imrie finds space in the box by pushing the ball on to his left foot but he blasts over the bar from out on the right.

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    This John Sutton penalty put Motherwell in front against Partick Thistle.

    John Sutton scores a penalty for Motherwell against Partick Thistle
  85. GOAL

    Dundee 0-1 St Mirren (McLean)

    Kenny McLean's strike gives the Buddies the lead at Dens Park.

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    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park

    "St Mirren's Kenny McLean shows excellent technique in sending a scissor kick towards Kyle Letheren's goal, but the end result is comfortably over the Dundee keeper's crossbar."

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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Tony Andreu tests Craig Samson from distance but the big Killie goalie is well positioned to make the save.

  88. GOAL

    Livingston 0-1 Hearts (Keatings)

    James Keatings atones for his earlier penalty miss by putting Hearts ahead. The Tynecastle side will go 15 points clear at the top of Scottish Championship if they win today.

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    St Johnstone 0-0 Dundee Utd

    Nothing much to report at McDairmid Park. The fire has yet to be lit under the Tayside derby. A few half-chances being rattled off the legs of various defenders is the story of the game so far.

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    Premiership leaders Celtic are at home to Ross County today. No goals so far.

    Celtic v Ross County
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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Craig Slater is OK to continue for Kilmarnock.

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    Celtic 0-0 Ross County

    John Guidetti has had a couple of free-kick efforts for Celtic but the Swede has so far been unable to find the Ross County net.


    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    What was that about no shots on target at Rugby Park? Ali Crawford smashes an effort at goal that looked like it might have sneaked in under the Killie crossbar had Craig Samson not been on his toes to make a good save.

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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Ali Crawford has a shot blocked by the Killie defence and from the resultant corner the Ayrshiremen clear the danger. No attempts on target yet at Rugby Park. Killie's Craig Slater limps off for treatement after a heavy challenge by Darian MacKinnon.

  95. GOAL

    Motherwell 1-0 Partick Thistle (Sutton, pen)

    John Sutton converts from 12 yards to give Motherwell the lead.


    Motherwell 0-0 Partick Thistle

    Lionel Ainsworth goes down in the Thistle box and the Steelmen have a penalty.


    Livingston 0-0 Hearts

    Hearts miss the chance to go ahead as James Keatings' spot-kick is saved by Darren Jamieson.

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    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park

    "Wonderful save by St Mirren goalkeeper Mark Ridgers! The former Hearts man tips over Luka Tankulic's powerful shot. The first real chance of the game and it falls to Dundee."

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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Alex Neil, Accies' player-manager, is caught in possession 22 yards from goal but Rory McKenzie hurries his shot from the edge of the box and Michael McGovern makes a comfortable save.

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    Celtic 0-0 Ross County

    Early change required for the hosts at Celtic Park. Anthony Stokes goes off injured and on comes Callum McGregor.

  101. GREAT SAVE!

    Dundee 0-0 St Mirren

    Mark Ridgers makes an important save to deny Dundee forward Luka Tankulic.


    Michael James David Angus on Facebook: "Livingston v Hearts - Livi may be bottom and Hearts top but this is a big one for the Jambo's after Hibs sunk Rangers earlier. A good performance today will surely set-up next weeks derby to be the biggest and best since the final."

  103. GREAT SAVE!

    St Johnstone 0-0 Dundee Utd

    Lee Croft tests Radoslaw Cierzniak with St Johnstone's first effort of the match.

  104. 2014 Scottish football highlights

    Adam Lyon on Twitter: "@BBCSportsound highlight of this year has to be beating Hibs 1-0 to stay out of the play-offs! #bbcscotfootball"

    Yvonne, Glasgow via text to 80295: "Football high of 2014 has to be 43,000 Aberdeen fans at parkhead watching us lift the league cup."

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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton waste no time getting in to their passing game at Rugby Park, with a move culminating in a wayward header by Mickael Antoine-Curier. Conditions are perfect in Ayrshire.

  106. KICK-OFF

    Games beginning to get underway around the country.

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    As with today's early kick-off, a minute's silence is observed before kick-off as a mark of respect following the tragic bin lorry crash in Glasgow on Monday.


    Celtic: Gordon, Matthews, Ambrose, van Dijk, Izaguirre, Biton, Brown, Stokes, Griffiths, Johansen, Guidetti. Subs: Scepovic, Commons, Zaluska, O'Connell, McGregor, Henderson, Tierney.

    Ross County: Reguero, Brittain, Saunders, Paul Quinn, Reckord, Dunfield, Woods, Kiss, Boyd, Gardyne, Arquin. Subs: Cardle, Jervis, Maatsen, Ross, Brown, Toshney.

    Referee: Crawford Allan.

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    Celtic manager Ronny Deila

    "It's been a very good Christmas. I know they are hungry to win games. We have to do the small things even better. I hope for victory, that's the most important thing, and a good performance."


    We're hearing from Jonathan Sutherland that there's a late change for the Staggies. Poor Graham Carey is out of the game with a back spasm and Michael Gardyne comes back in to the County starting side.


    Celtic manager Ronny Deila makes just one change for the visit of Ross County. Leigh Griffiths comes in for James Forrest to play on the right supporting main striker John Guidetti as the league leaders look to bounce back from their 2-1 defeat at Dundee United in their last outing.

    Second-bottom County show four changes with Scott Boyd, Filip Kiss, Graham Carey and Terry Dunfield in and Michael Gardyne, Joe Cardle and Tony Dingwall out, with loan midfielder Jackson Irvine unable to play against his parent club.

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    Clint Boyle: "my highs are Scotland turning Poland over in the spring. Lows the price to watch the fitba in 2014"

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    On to the 15:00 GMT games and remember to give me your Scottish football highlights of 2014. Text 80295, tweet using the hashtag #bbcscotfootball or leave comments at the BBC Sport Scotland Facebook page.


    Dundee: Letheren, McGinn, McPake, Konrad, Irvine, Boyle, Thomson, McAlister, Stewart, Clarkson, Tankulic. Subs: Carreiro, Dyer, Davidson, MacDonald, Roberts, Schenk, Harkins.

    St Mirren: Ridgers, Naismith, McAusland, Goodwin, Kelly, McLear, Osbourne, Mallan, McLean, Tesselaar, McGinn. Subs: Marwood, Wylde, Reilly, Ball, Drury, Kello, Morgan.

    Referee: Don Robertson.


    Mattie Shaw on Facebook: "Considering that he inherited a lot of players from Butcher, surely Stubbs should end up manager of the year for such a turnaround?"

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    Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs

    "From the beginning to the end, it probably doesn't get much better than that. The way we played today was outstanding, we scored some brilliant goals."

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    GraemeH: "all change today for the Staggies, here's hoping Celtic are still on holiday today."

    paul smith: "very attacking line-up from celtic with mcgregor and commons on the bench still"


    St Johnstone: Mannus, Mackay, Anderson, Wright, Brian Easton, Croft, Millar, Lappin, O'Halloran, Wotherspoon, MacLean. Subs: McDonald, Banks, Caddis, Miller, Brown, McLaren, Kitchen.

    Dundee Utd: Cierzniak, Dillon, Morris, Fojut, Townsend, Rankin, Butcher, Spittal, Armstrong, Erskine, Ciftci. Subs: Mackay-Steven, Wilson, Dow, Telfer, Connolly, Szromnik, Spark.

    Referee: Alan Muir.


    Kilmarnock: Samson, Barbour, Ashcroft, Connolly, Chantler, McKenzie, Hamill, Slater, Magennis, Muirhead, Miller. Subs: Johnston, Cairney, Brennan, Eremenko, O'Hara, Pascali, Splaine.

    Hamilton: McGovern, Gillespie, Canning, Devlin, Hendrie, Imrie, Neil, MacKinnon, Crawford, Andreu, Antoine-Curier. Subs: Routledge, Scotland, Longridge, Brophy, Garcia Tena, Redmond, Hill.

    Referee: Brian Colvin.


    Motherwell: Twardzik, Ramsden, O'Brien, McManus, Hammell, Ainsworth, Lasley, Reid, Law, Sutton, Ojamaa. Subs: Nielsen, Erwin, Kerr, Thomas, Cadden, Ferguson, MacLean.

    Partick Thistle: Paul Gallacher, O'Donnell, Balatoni, Seaborne, Bannigan, Fraser, Osman, Craigen, Elliot, Higginbotham, Stevenson. Subs: Fox, Doolan, Lawless, Eccleston, Wilson, Lindsay, McDaid.

    Referee: Craig Thomson.

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    We'll try and get some reaction from Easter Road later soon but here's some team news from this afternoon's 15:00 GMT matches.

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    It was a difficult first match in charge for Rangers caretaker manager Kenny McDowall.

    Rangers caretaker manager Kenny McDowall
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    Scott Robertson was one of Hibs' scorers today.

    Scott Robertson scores for Hibernian against Rangers
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    Anonymous: "What was McDowall thinking of by picking the same team as McCoist, a team shown not to work?"

    Anonymous: "rangers are in a bad way play offs might not even happen. fair play to hibs been clinical today"

    Lewis, Edinburgh: "When times are tough it's important to try hard and be solid at the back. The performance by rfc is beyond embarrassing, its pathetic. Can't see how it can be fixed."

  125. FULL-TIME

    Hibernian 4-0 Rangers

    It started well for Hibs and just got better for the hosts as they continually opened up a vulnerable Rangers defence. Four points now separate these sides in the Championship and leaders Hearts can go 15 points clear of second-place Rangers if they beat Livingston later today.

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    Andy Benson: "If the Rangers board don't step aside after this then we are finished. Gutless performance, players not interested #disgusted"

  127. Post update

    Three minutes of regulation time left at Easter Road.

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    Hibs make a double change with Sam Stanton and Matthew Kennedy coming on for Danny Handling and Jason Cummings.


    Frustration boils over for Lee McCulloch as he clatters into Dominique Malonga, resulting in a booking for the Rangers captain.

  130. Tweet using #bbcscotfootball

    tom and 20 others: "It is literally years since hibs have played this well. #bbcscotfootball"

    Fred McGrath: "Kenny McDowall is getting gardening leave in the morning! #bbcscotfootball"

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    Dylan Mckaig on Twitter: "Great play from Hibs. Rangers are not in it today."

  132. Post update

    Rangers have been outplayed at Easter Road.

    Rangers players
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    Callum Booth replaces David Gray for the home team.

  134. Post update

    It's been a day of celebration for Hibs.

    Hibernian players celebrating
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    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at Easter Road

    "There was a spark of life to Rangers after the break, but it was quenched by the excellence of Scott Allan. The Hibs midfielder has been outstanding and his pass created the home side's third and fourth goals. Rangers fans have been heading for the Easter Road exits."

  136. GOAL

    Hibernian 4-0 Rangers (Craig)

    And Hibs do get a fourth with Scott Allan involved again. The midfielder's delicate chip to the left-hand edge of the box is volleyed round Steven Simonsen by Liam Craig.

  137. CLOSE!

    And Hibs come very close to a fourth. Danny Handling collects Lewis Stevenson's low driven cross and flashes a shot just wide of the left-hand post.

  138. CLOSE!

    Rangers almost pull one back straight away. Kris Boyd heads Richard Foster's deep cross back for Nicky Law, whose shot on the turn is cleared off the line by Liam Fontaine.

  139. GOAL

    Hibernian 3-0 Rangers (Robertson)

    Hibs carve open the Rangers defence again with Scott Allan slipping a pass beyond Richard Foster and Scott Robertson coolly curves the ball past Steve Simonsen.

  140. Post update

    Captain Grant: "(on Rangers) the current management couldnt turn around a turn table"

    Keith Burns: "Just hope Rangers make it into the play offs, and somehow scrape their way up that way. #bbcscotfootball"

    simon smith: "Kris (not proven) Boyd playing not much football. Would do better if he tried to head butt the ball instead. #bbcscotfootball"

    Farrah: "An unstable club makes for an unstable football team - no individual player salary will fix that for Rangers. #bbcscotfootball"

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    Steven Smith's free-kick into the Hibs box pinballs around before almost falling for Kris Boyd but it ricochets off him and out for a goal kick.

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    Hibs have been guilty of some sloppiness at the start of this second half, giving the ball away too easily and inviting pressure on to themselves but so far Rangers have not been able to capitalise.

  143. Post update

    Kris Boyd has had an impact already, but not the sort the visitors were hoping for. Some heavy challenges from the striker leads to referee Bobby Madden giving him a warning.

  144. Post update

    Hibs get the second half underway.

  145. Post update

    Rangers make their second change of the game with Kris Boyd replacing Fraser Aird.

  146. Tweet using #bbcscotfootball

    Keven Simpson: "Some bonny fitba from hibs. A fair change from when butcher was in charge. #bbcscotfootball"

    Keith Burns: "#bbcscotfootball overpaid, under achieving senior plays need to take a good long hard look at themselves!!!"

  147. Post update

    The rugby match between Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh follows the Hibs v Rangers game on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW but you can follow this afternoon's football on 92-95FM with Open all Mics.

  148. Post update

    There's five Premiership games at 15:00 GMT, including leaders Celtic hosting Ross County.

    Livingston v Hearts is one of three Scottish Championship games at 15:00, with Falkirk v Raith Rovers (live on BBC Alba) kicking off at 17:30.

    With two games off in League One (Peterhead v Forfar Athletic and Brechin City v Dunfermline), three games in the third tier go ahead and there's a full card in League Two.

  149. Post update

    While we're waiting for the match to resume at Easter Road, here's a quick look ahead to what's coming up later...

  150. 2014 Scottish football highlights

    Dylan from Bearsden has text 80295: "Highlight 4 me was dumbarton narrowly losing to dons in scottish cup."

    Robin Murray on Facebook: "Kyle Letheren and the save that won the league. #monthedee"

  151. HALF-TIME

    Hibernian 2-0 Rangers

    Hibs deservedly in front at the break. Goals from David Gray and Jason Cummings have exposed Rangers frailties and the gap between these two sides looks like narrowing to four points at this stage.

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    Kenny Miller heads a Lee Wallace cross wide of the Hibs goal.


    Ian Waugh on Facebook: "Watershed day for the Gers. The board must now realise things are desperate both on and off the park but will they accept any of the offers on the table? I very much doubt it! Get the youngsters blooded as the old guard are not up to the job and costing a fortune."

  154. Post update

    Around five minutes until half-time at Easter Road. The game is less frantic and the pace has dropped.

  155. Post update

    Bruce and Finlay Murray from Fetterangus have text 80295: "The dons winning the league cup."

    David Fawkes on Facebook: "Easy! Aberdeen winning the League Cup in March - the home leg v Real Sociedad was also a highlight"

    John Bleasdale on Facebook: "Aberdeen ending their long wait for a trophy"

  156. Post update

    Smid71 on Twitter: "The game is as expected!"

  157. Post update

    Rangers caretaker boss Kenny McDowall has seen enough and decides to make a change. Midfielder Ian Black, earlier booked, is withdrawn and on comes Kyle Hutton.

  158. GREAT SAVE!

    Jason Cummings tests Rangers goalkeeper Steve Simonson with a stinging 22-yard drive and Scott Robertson is unsuccessful with the rebound, sliding it wide.

  159. Post update

    Rangers look vulnerable every time crosses come into their box. Two deliveries get the home crowd excited but the visitors manage to scramble clear on both occasions."

  160. Post update

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at Easter Road

    "Alan Stubbs' side is playing confident, measured passing football and are a dominant in midfield, whereas Rangers players are conceding possession all over the pitch. Hibs are lively up front, too, and will feel that they can increase their lead. Rangers need an overhaul, in mood, confidence and tactics for this game."

  161. Post update

    Rangers make their first serious foray forward with Lee Wallace clipping a teasing cross along the six-yard line but neither Kenny Miller nor Fraser Aird can convert.

  162. Post update

    John Barnes

    BBC Scotland commentator

    "No cohesion from the team in blue."

  163. Tweet using #bbcscotfootball

    tom and 20 others: "#bbcscotfootball Hightlight of the year - this!"


    Rangers' Ian Black is booked for sliding in to take out Scott Allan.

  165. 2014 Scottish football highlight on Facebook

    Andrew West: "Despite losing my team Linlithgow Rose's performance against Raith Rovers in the William Hill Scottish Cup made me proud, we gave them a roasting for the most part...."

  166. Post update

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at Easter Road

    "The home side are reliant on their full-backs for width, but it is proving worthwhile. Rangers are playing like a team that is stunned."

  167. Post update

    Should Rangers lose, Scottish Championship leaders Hearts could open up a 15-point gap if they beat Livingston later today and Hibs would move to within four points of second-place Rangers.

  168. TEXT 80295

    James and his dad heading from Perth to Livingston to be part of the 7000 Jambos: "hibs to win - yes please!!!"

    John, Ayr: "This jambo for a hibs win."

  169. GOAL

    Hibernian 2-0 Rangers (Cummings)

    It just gets better for Hibs. Liam Craig knocks a deep Scott Allan delivery back across goal and Jason Cummings adds the final touch into the empty net with goalkeeper Steven Simonsen stranded.

  170. Post update

    Gray scored with the first real effort of the match and what a hit. It's definitely what manager Alan Stubbs would have wanted while Rangers caretaker Kenny McDowall will be ruing such an early set-back in his first match in charge.

  171. Post update

    Commentary of Hibernian v Rangers is now up and running on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW, DAB digital radio and online. There were some technical problems earlier. Click the 'Live Coverage' tab to listen (on desktop and laptop computers).

  172. GOAL

    Hibernian 1-0 Rangers (Gray)

    What a start for Hibs. David Gray collects the ball just outside the 18-yard box to the right of the D, sets himself and then hammers the ball into the far top corner.

  173. 2014 Scottish football highlights on Facebook

    Ross Isaac: "Motherwell beating Aberdeen on the last minute of the season last year."

    John Kerr: "The Scotland v Ireland game was superb , so glad we won . Attended the Q.O.S v Rangers game , was a pleasure watching Queens beat them easily"

    Gavin Duncan: "My team Perth Saints winning the Scottish cup."

    James Deason: "St Johnstone eventually winning something of note."

  174. Post update

    Scrappy start to proceedings at Easter Road. A mis-placed pass here, an over-hit one there.

  175. KICK-OFF

    The match begins.

  176. Post update

    A minute's silence is observed before kick-off as a mark of respect following the tragic bin lorry crash in Glasgow on Monday.

  177. Post update

    Nearing kick-off at Easter Road. Teams are out on the park.

  178. Post update

    Simon Martin on Facebook: "Highlight of the day St Johnstone v Dundee United - can't wait - hope we have McLean as a start or bench at least"


    As the year nears its conclusion, what has been your Scottish football highlight of 2014?

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    To get involved in today's coverage, you can text 80295, tweet using the hashtag #bbcscotfootball or leave comments on the BBC Sport Scotland Facebook page.

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