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Andy Campbell

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  1. Post update

    Time for me to go. Thanks for your company today and please join us again on Monday evening.

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    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes

    "Very happy. If you'd said before the game a 2-0 victory, the clean-sheet record continuing and the winning run continuing, we've got to be happy with that.

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes

    "I felt we managed the game very well. We didn't have to be brilliant second-half, but we did pass up a few opportunities to make it that bit more comfortable. All in all, over the piece I felt we thoroughly deserved the win. "

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    Join us again for that match.

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    Accies will be playing their first match since the departure of player-manager Alex Neil, with Martin Canning taking caretaker charge.

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    The Scottish Premiership continues on Monday with Hamilton Academical v Dundee United.

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    Alex Harris marked his Dundee debut with a goal as the Dark Blues beat Motherwell 4-1 at Dens Park.

    Alex Harris scores for Dundee against Motherwell
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    Billy McKay was Inverness Caledonian Thistle's hero at Rugby Park, scoring twice in their 2-1 win over Kilmarnock, who had taken the lead after David Raven was sent off for Caley.

    Billy McKay scores for Inverness against Kilmarnock
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    Aberdeen's third 2-0 win of 2015 moved them four points clear at the top of the Premiership.

    Aberdeen players celebrating

    Livingston 1-1 Cowdenbeath

    The match at Almondvale was delayed but is now finished. A point apiece.


    Scottish League One

    Airdrieonians 1-3 Peterhead

    Brechin City 2-1 Ayr United

    Stenhousemuir 2-3 Greenock Morton a

    Stirling Albion 2-2 Dunfermline

    Stranraer 4-2 Forfar Athletic

    Scottish League Two

    Annan Athletic 2-3 Elgin City

    Clyde 0-3 Berwick Rangers

    East Fife 0-0 Queen's Park

    Montrose 0-1 East Stirlingshire

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    Donald Mackintosh on Twitter: "Great score for the 10 men of Caley Thistle!!!!"

    Alan David Duncan on Twitter: "Top of the league, top of the league. Top of the league, top of the league... @AberdeenFC #bbcscotfootball"


    Kilmarnock 1-2 Inverness CT

    Billy McKay's double gives 10-man Inverness victory at Rugby Park and moves the Highlanders up to third in the Premiership.


    Dundee 4-1 Motherwell

    Dundee win for the first time since November and it's a third straight loss for Motherwell.


    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen

    Eight consecutive league wins for the Dons and they go four points clear at the top of the Premiership.


    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Rangers

    A narrow win for second-place Rangers against Alloa.


    Hibernian 3-3 Falkirk

    A six-goal thriller at Easter Road ends a point apiece.


    Dumbarton 1-5 Hearts

    Scottish Championship leaders Hearts win again, comfortable victors against Dumbarton.

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    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Rangers

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland at the Indodrill Stadium

    "Liam Buchanan flashes the ball across goal and Kyle Hutton just manages to get it over his own bar. Could have been a spectacular own goal by the Rangers player."


    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen inches away from a third goal as substitute Lawrence Shankland hits a shot on the turn which rattles the crossbar.

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    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen

    Kenny McLean's daisy-cutter forces Scott Brown into a save low to his right-hand side, but the Dons keeper doesn't look like relinquishing his clean sheet record.

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    Not long left in today's matches.

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    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Rangers

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland at the Indodrill Stadium

    "Greig Spence rifles in a well-hit free-kick for Alloa but Steve Simonsen keeps it out and Liam Buchanan drags the rebound well wide."

  23. GOAL

    Kilmarnock 1-2 Inverness CT (McKay)

    Ten-man Inverness are ahead as Nick Ross and Billy McKay combine to slice through the home defence and the striker calmly picks his spot from 18 yards.


    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen

    Niall McGinn denied a second goal by a wonder save from Marc Ridgers. McGinn with a lovely turn and shot in the penalty area but Ridgers flings up a hand to turn the ball over the bar.


    Kilmarnock 1-1 Inverness CT

    Inverness midfielder Greg Tansey has another dig at goal and Craig Samson manages to push the long range effort wide.


    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Rangers

    Fraser Aird's powerful shot brilliantly saved by Craig McDowall as Rangers try to make the points safe.

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    But Inverness, who had been reduced to 10 men, levelled through Billy McKay (centre).

    Inverness players celebrating
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    Alexei Eremenko put Kilmarnock ahead with a penalty against Inverness.

    Alexei Eremenko scores a penalty for Kilmarnock against Inverness
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    Kilmarnock 1-1 Inverness CT

    The home fans vent their frustration as manager Allan Johnston hooks goalscorer Alexei Eremenko, introducing Chris Johnston.


    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen

    Callum Ball goes close for St Mirren with a curling effort from the edge of the box but Scott Brown reacts well to tip the ball over the bar.

  32. GOAL

    Dundee 4-1 Motherwell (O'Brien, og)

    Another goal for Dundee and it's an own goal by Mark O'Brien that extends the home side's lead.

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    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen

    John McGinn tries his luck from way out but screws his effort well wide, which sums up St Mirren's struggles to find ways of troubling the Aberdeen defence.

  34. CLOSE!

    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen close to a third as a ball into the box ends with Andrew Considine heading towards goal from close range, but he directs his effort straight at Marc Ridgers.

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    Sportscene's round-up of today's results will begin shortly on BBC One Scotland.

  36. GOAL

    Livingston 1-1 Cowdenbeath

    Jordan White steps up to take a penalty for Livi after Kyle Jacobs is fouled but he cannot beat goalkeeper Robbie Thomson.


    Dumbarton 1-5 Hearts

    Hearts have the chance to re-establish a five-goal lead after Jamie Walker is fouled in the box but Género Zeefuik's effort from 12 yards is saved. That could've been a hat-trick for the striker.

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    Kilmarnock 1-1 Inverness CT

    The game has really opened up now as Lee Miller slides in at the near post to nudge a low cross from Killie team-mate Josh Magennis narrowly wide.

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    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen

    St Mirren certainly haven't thrown in the towel but they are finding it difficult to fashion any clear chances. The deteriorating weather conditions in Paisley aren't helping matters.

  40. GOAL

    Dumbarton 1-5 Hearts (Kane)

    Chris Kane pulls one back for Dumbarton against Hearts.

  41. GOAL

    Hibernian 3-3 Falkirk (Grant)

    The Bairns are level again. Peter Grant latches on to a long ball and strikes home for the visitors.

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    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Rangers

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland at the Indodrill Stadium

    "Kevin Cawley gets in behind the Rangers defence but he can't get anything behind his shot."

  43. GOAL

    Dumbarton 0-5 Hearts (Zeefuik)

    Género Zeefuik sidefoots home for hits second of the match. High-scoring Hearts impressing in Dumbarton.

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    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Rangers

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland at the Indodrill Stadium

    "David Templeton unleashes a blistering volley but it's well saved by Craig McDowall. Game still finely balanced here."

  45. TEXT 80295

    Alex: "Dons have drawn 1 game this season, they were leading 2-nil. Who was it against? Always worry for a dons fan."

  46. CLOSE!

    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen

    Great free-kick delivery from Niall McGinn towards Adam Rooney but the striker cannot get the necessary touch with his head to send the ball goalward. Big chance for Aberdeen

  47. GOAL

    Hibernian 3-2 Falkirk (Craig, og)

    Peter Grant heads the ball towards goal and a touch by Hibs' Liam Craig carries it into the net. Falkirk back in it.

  48. GOAL

    Dumbarton 0-4 Hearts (Nicholson)

    Sam Nicholson turns the ball in for his second of the day and Hearts' fourth.

  49. GOAL

    Kilmarnock 1-1 Inverness CT (McKay)

    Moments after Josh Magennis wastes a glorious chance for Kilmarnock, Billy McKay levels for Inverness, the striker darting clear of the home defence and showing lovely quick feet to slide a shot beyond Craig Samson.

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    Steve on Facebook: "In reality, Motherwell need a new spine to the team. Sutton and ojaama should surfice but need some new blood down the middle, centre half or two, keeper and a sweeper. Hope Bara raids the Irish leagues for loan deals."

    Gavin Scott on Twitter: "#bbcscotfootball One game at a time but there's nothing to be scared about the current Celtic team. #COYR"

    Alan David Duncan on Twitter: "@AberdeenFC winning 2-0 vs St Mirren? Here's hoping there's no repeat of what happened at Pittodrie! #bbcscotfootball"

    Karl Fisher on Twitter: "Same old story for Inverness as of late. All the possession but nothing at the end of it. #bbcscotfootball"

  51. GOAL

    Dumbarton 0-3 Hearts (Zeefuik)

    Jamie Walker and Sam Nicholson combine down the left wing for Hearts and new signing Género Zeefuik scores on his debut as he latches on to the in-coming cross.

  52. GOAL

    Kilmarnock 1-0 Inverness CT (Eremenko)

    Alexei Eremenko converts from 12 yards and Killie are ahead.


    Kilmarnock 0-0 Inverness CT

    And Kilmarnock could go ahead with the spot-kick.

  54. RED CARD

    Kilmarnock 0-0 Inverness CT

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle's David Raven concedes a penalty by fouling Josh Magennis and is sent off against Kilmarnock.

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    Raymond has text 80295: "As a aberdeen supporter I think they can push Celtic all the way. The way aberdeen have been playing good or bad they manage to score goals and as long as you have goal scorers you have a chance to win and that's has been aberdeen all season."

    Ivan from Dunoon: "Great game at St mirren dons on fire great buzz with the team and fans"

    afc1974 on Twitter: "all Dons believe we can win this league, Hayes, Mcginn, Pawlett, Goodwillie, Rooney goals and solid at the back"

    Raymond Buchan on Twitter: "Aberdeen for the league? #bbcscotfootball"

  56. KICK-OFF

    Games resuming for the second half.

  57. Post update

    No goals so far at Rugby Park between Kilmarnock and Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

    Craig Slater and Graeme Shinnie
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    Aberdeen are on course to go four points clear of Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership. The Dons lead St Mirren 2-0 at the break.

    Aberdeen players celebrating

    Scottish Championship

    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Rangers

    Dumbarton 0-2 Hearts

    Hibernian 3-1 Falkirk

    Livingston 1-1 Cowdenbeath

    Scottish League One

    Airdrieonians 1-2 Peterhead

    Brechin City 1-0 Ayr United

    Stenhousemuir 0-0 Greenock Morton

    Stirling Albion 0-1 Dunfermline

    Stranraer 2-0 Forfar Athletic

    Scottish League Two

    Annan Athletic 1-1 Elgin City

    Clyde 0-0 Berwick Rangers

    East Fife 0-0 Queen's Park

    Montrose 0-0 East Stirlingshire

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    Greg Stewart headed Dundee's second against Motherwell. The Dark Blues lead 3-1 at the break.

    Greg Stewart scores for Dundee against Motherwell

    Dundee 3-1 Motherwell

    Dundee well on top at the break against 10-man Motherwell, who lost Henrik Ojamaa to a red card for serious foul play.


    Kilmarnock 0-0 Inverness CT

    Inverness have had the lion's share of possession but there has been precious little to excite the crowd at Rugby Park.


    Dumbarton 0-2 Hearts

    With confidence coursing through the Hearts team, Jamie Walker has a chance to score a third for the visitors at Dumbarton but the visitors have to make do with a 2-0 half-time lead.


    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Rangers

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland at the Indodrill Stadium

    "Rangers ahead through Nicky Law and they've had chances to extend that lead, though Alloa have played some good stuff and have had opportunities of their own to score. Should be an interesting second half."


    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen

    The Premiership leaders are two up at the break. As things stand St Mirren will drop to the foot of the table this evening. They are level on points with Ross County but the Buddies have an inferior goal difference.

  66. RED CARD

    Dundee 3-1 Motherwell

    Henrik Ojamaa is sent off for Motherwell.

  67. HAT-TRICK?

    Hibernian 3-1 Falkirk

    Jason Cummings has been credited with Hibs' second, getting the final touch to Liam Fontaine's goalwards header so it appears the forward now has a hat-trick.

    Jason Cummings scores for Hibernian against Falkirk

    This was his first goal.

  68. GOAL

    Hibernian 3-1 Falkirk (Cummings)

    Jason Cummings nets his second of the game, heading in Martin Boyle's cross.

  69. #bbcscotfootball

    Mark Winter on Twitter: "This might just be Aberdeen's year! Tempting fate? #bbcscotfootball"

  70. GOAL

    Hibernian 2-1 Falkirk (Fontaine)

    The ball is in the net again at Easter Road and this one counts. Liam Fontaine heads Hibs ahead for the second time.

  71. CLOSE!

    Kilmarnock 0-0 Inverness CT

    Kilmarnock finally give the home fans something to cheer as Alexei Eremenko hammers in a shot and it needs a good defensive header from Josh Meekings to divert it wide.


    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen

    BBC Scotland pundit Willie Miller: "When you're on top you have to take your opportunities. St Mirren haven't done that but Aberdeen, without playing particularly well, have."

  73. GOAL

    Livingston 1-1 Cowdenbeath (Mensing, og)

    An own goal by Simon Mensing draws Cowdenbeath level against Livingston.

  74. GOAL

    Dundee 3-1 Motherwell (Irvine)

    A scramble in the box ends with Gary Irvine forcing the ball into the net after goalkeeper Dan Twardzik dropped the ball.

  75. GOAL

    St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen (Logan)

    Aberdeen strike again just a minute after the first. Johnny Hayes delivers a great ball across the face of goal and Shay Logan nips in ahead of team-mate Adam Rooney to prod home from close range. Logan celebrates with some extravagant dance moves.

  76. CLOSE!

    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Rangers

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland at the Indodrill Stadium

    "Jon Daly sets up Rangers team-mate David Templeton but the winger drives his shot against the keeper's legs."

  77. GOAL

    St Mirren 0-1 Aberdeen (McGinn)

    Just as St Mirren looked to be gaining control of the match, Aberdeen take the lead in freakish fashion. Niall McGinn floats in a cross which swirls in the wind, Marc Ridgers fails to read the flight of the ball and it bounces into the St Mirren net.


    St Mirren 0-0 Aberdeen

    John McGinn tries his luck from 30 yards and it draws a good save from Scott Brown in the Aberdeen goal. Good effort.


    Dave Norwich on Twitter: "Rangers players must be starting to know their way round Alloa quite well. Seem to play them every week #bbcscotfootball"

    Elaine Adams on Twitter: "Come on Aberdeen! #bbcscotfootball"

    Michael Cartwright on Facebook on Alex Neil: "I think it's a bold move, with exception of lambert, previous Norwich managers have all been nearly men so nice to see a change"

    Eddie has text 80295: "Gary Teale must go, lets get an experienced manager in, he is a joke."

  80. GOAL

    Dumbarton 0-2 Hearts (Walker)

    Jamie Walker doubles Hearts' advantage at Dumbarton after a good spell by the hosts.


    Hibernian 1-1 Falkirk

    But wait, the goal has been chalked off. Hibs were ready to kick-off when the assistant referee speak to the referee and disallowed the goal.

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    Falkirk have the ball in the net again with John Baird using his chest to divert the ball into the net.


    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Rangers

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland at the Indodrill Stadium

    "Kenny Miller put through on goal by Jon Daly's head-flick but though he beats the keeper with a low shot, it comes back off the post."

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    St Mirren 0-0 Aberdeen

    John McGinn and Mark Reynolds engage in a WWE-style clinch, but referee Steven McLean breaks them up and decides the handbangs don't merit any punishment.

  85. Ouch!

    Kilmarnock 0-0 Inverness CT

    David Raven is very late with a tackle on Craig Slater, raking his studs across the Killie man's thigh, and is perhaps fortunate to see yellow.

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    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at St Mirren Park

    "St Mirren have more than held their own against the league leaders. The home side has passed the ball well against Aberdeen, but crucially they lack a cutting edge. The visitors have already enjoyed a couple of clear chances."

  87. GOAL

    Dundee 2-1 Motherwell (Sutton)

    John Sutton gets what BBC Scotland's Jim Spence describes as the "cutest" of touches to a cross to reduce Motherwell's deficit.

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    Kilmarnock 0-0 Inverness CT

    As Inverness continue to dominate, Billy McKay steals in behind the Kilmarnock defence but Mark Connolly gets across to make a crucial blocking tackle.

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    Hibernian 1-1 Falkirk (Baird)

    John Baird heads Falkirk level - his first for the Bairns after joining from Queen of the South.


    St Mirren 0-0 Aberdeen

    David Goodwillie rounds keeper Ridgers and puts the ball into the net but the referee's assistant had already flagged for offside.


    Ian Walker: "Sacked by the end of the season... I hope I am wrong but I think he is setting himself for a big fall"

    Roy Crawford: "He believes in himself, his players believed in him and his new club has shown belief in him. He has a lot going for himself."

    Michael McLaughlin: "A good move for him but it's pretty bad news for The Accies"

  92. Post update

    Alex Neil left Hamilton Academical to become the new manager of Norwich City this week and people have been having their say on the BBC Sport Scotland Facebook page...

  93. GOAL

    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Rangers (Law)

    A mistake from Alloa is pounced on by Rangers striker Kenny Miller, who passes to Jon Daly and he in turn sets up Nicky Law for a simple finish from six yards.


    Kilmarnock 0-0 Inverness CT

    Greg Tansey tries his luck from long range and Craig Samson needs to tip the Caley Thistle midfielder's dipping, curling effort over.

  95. GOAL

    Livingston 1-0 Cowdenbeath

    Danny Mullen gives Livi the lead in the match that was slightly delayed.


    (on worst conditions watching a match)

    Laurence Nelson on Twitter: ‏"Any game at Gayfield! #bbcscotfootball"

  97. GOAL

    Hibernian 1-0 Falkirk (Cummings)

    Jason Cummings bends the ball into the net to give Hibs the lead against the Bairns.


    St Mirren 0-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen spring into life forcing St Mirren keeper Marc Ridgers into two saves in quick succession, first from Adam Rooney and then from Niall McGinn.

  99. CLOSE!

    Alloa Athletic 0-0 Rangers

    Great chance for Alloa as Darren McGregor misjudges a through-ball but Liam Buchanan's lob falls just wide of the post.

  100. Post update

    Dundee 2-0 Motherwell (Stewart)

    Dundee double their lead very early in the match with Greg Stewart nodding home after his initial shot came back off the crossbar.

  101. GOAL

    Dumbarton 0-1 Hearts (Nicholson)

    A long ball up the pitch at Dumbarton falls to Hearts midfielder Sam Nicholson, who assesses his options and, in the swirling wind, cracks a shot that beats the home goalie Danny Rogers.

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    Bobby Kidd on Facebook: "Just on the Alex Neil move, I'm surrpised they didn't look at McNamara or McInnes by their showings"

  103. Post update

    Kilmarnock 0-0 Inverness CT

    Playing into the wind, Inverness are hogging the ball at Rugby Park as Greg Tansey flashes a shot wide for the visitors.

  104. GREAT SAVE!

    St Mirren 0-0 Aberdeen

    Kenny McLean tests Scott Brown in the Aberdeen goal with a stinging drive from outside the penalty area. Aberdeen would've been furious had that ended up in the net as it looked like McLean handled the ball in the build-up.

  105. GOAL

    Dundee 1-0 Motherwell (Harris)

    Alex Harris scores his first goal since joining Dundee on loan from Hibernian, with his shot taking a deflection on its way past Dan Twardzik.

  106. #bbcscotfootball

    tom and 20 others on Twitter: "Snowing pretty hard at Easter Rd right now, but it's unlikely to settle as it's coming in horizontally #bbcscotfootball"

  107. Post update

    There's been a delay to the start of the match between Livingston and Cowdenbeath at Almondvale Stadium with the ground staff hard at work trying to clear pitch.


    Remember you can give me your thoughts on today's games. Tell us about the worst conditions you've ever watched a match in.

    Use #bbcscotfootball on Twitter or leave comments at the BBC Sport Scotland Facebook page. You can also text 80295.

  109. KICK-OFF

    Games getting started.

  110. Post update

    Kostadin Gadzhalov makes his Dundee debut today, replacing the injured James McPake in the line-up to face Motherwell at Dens Park.

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    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at St Mirren Park

    "Everything seems weighted against St Mirren today: they've not won at home this season, while Aberdeen have won their last seven league games in a row, conceding no goals in the process. There is pressure on both sides, though, because Aberdeen will want to stretch their lead over Celtic at the top of the Premiership."


    Alloa Athletic: McDowall, Doyle, Gordon, Benedictus, Meggatt, Simmons, Cawley, Holmes, Docherty, McCord, Buchanan. Subs: Tiffoney, Spence, Ferns, Weatherston, Marr, Hetherington, Couser.

    Rangers: Simonsen, Foster, McGregor, McCulloch, Wallace, Templeton, Hutton, Law, Smith, Daly, Miller. Subs: Aird, Black, Clark, Boyd, Faure, Shiels, Robinson.

    Referee: Greg Aitken.

    Dumbarton: Rogers, van Zanten, Graham, Mair, Linton, Gilhaney, Turner, Agnew, Campbell, Kane, Nish. Subs: Megginson, Taggart, Fleming, Donald McCallum, Ewings, Whitefield.

    Hearts: Alexander, Paterson, Ozturk, Wilson, Eckersley, Nicholson, Buaben, Gomis, Walker, Keatings, Zeefuik. Subs: Holt, King, Hamilton, Pallardo, Oliver, McKay, McGhee.

    Referee: John Beaton.

    Hibernian: Oxley, Booth, Hanlon, Fontaine, Stevenson, Scott Allan, McGeouch, Robertson, Craig, Boyle, Cummings. Subs: Dja Djedje, Stanton, Heffernan, Handling, Perntreou, Martin, Sinclair.

    Falkirk: MacDonald, Duffie, McCracken, Peter Grant, Leahy, Sibbald, Vaulks, Kerr, Alston, Loy, Boulding. Subs: Morgan, Taiwo, Smith, Bowman, Dick, Maybury, Cooper.

    Referee: William Collum.

    Livingston: Jamieson, Fordyce, Gallacher, Mensing, Talbot, Keaghan Jacobs, O'Brien, Kyle Jacobs, Hippolyte, White, Mullen. Subs: Walker, Sives, Robertson, Praprotnik, Beaumont, Burchill, Rutherford.

    Cowdenbeath: Robbie Thomson, O'Brien, Wedderburn, Brownlie, Miller, Hughes, Marshall, Robertson, Halsman, Oyenuga, Sean Higgins. Subs: Campbell, Milne, Kane, Brett, Callaghan, Sneddon, Scullion.

    Referee: George Salmond.


    Live commentary of St Mirren v Aberdeen is available on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW and it will be Sportsound - Open all Mics on 92-95FM.

    You can listen to streams of this coverage here using the 'Live Coverage' tab (desktop and laptop computers).

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    St Mirren caretaker manager Gary Teale

    "It's going to be difficult, Aberdeen are on a great run of form. We've got a belief that we can go and cause Aberdeen problems."

  115. Post update

    And Celtic v St Johnstone had been postponed some weeks ago.


    A reminder of today's games that have been called off:

    Scottish Premiership

    Ross County P-P Partick Thistle

    Scottish Championship

    Raith Rovers P-P Queen of the South

    Scottish League Two

    Arbroath P-P Albion Rovers


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

    Inverness CT: Brill, Raven, Warren, Meekings, Tremarco, Tansey, Shinnie, Doran, Draper, Ross, McKay. Subs: Esson, Devine, Horner, Williams, Polworth, Christie.

    Referee: Don Robertson.


    Dundee: Bain, McGinn, Gadzhalov, Davidson, Irvine, Thomson, McAlister, Harris, McGowan, Stewart, Clarkson. Subs: Dyer, Konrad, Roberts, Tankulic, Schenk, Carreiro, Harkins.

    Motherwell: Twardzik, Reid, Carswell, McManus, O'Brien, Ainsworth, Lasley, Law, Thomas, Sutton, Ojamaa. Subs: Nielsen, Erwin, Kerr, Cummins, Cadden, Watt, MacLean.

    Referee: Stephen Finnie.


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

    Aberdeen: Brown, Logan, Taylor, Reynolds, Considine, Pawlett, Jack, Hayes, McGinn, Goodwillie, Rooney. Subs: Langfield, Smith, Robson, Shaughnessy, Masson, Shankland, Wright.

    Referee: Steven McLean.

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    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes

    "It's great to have the confidence and winning mentality that winning and clean sheets gives you. It's probably been the same team for the past seven games. It's great to have that. The players have shown real focus. It only takes one or two to have a lack of focus to upset results. Nobody's going to give us points."


    There is a full fixture card in Scottish Leagues One and Ian McCall is back in football after being appointed manager of Ayr United, who are second bottom of the division.

    Ian McCall

    McCall's new team take on Brechin City at Glebe Park.

    Just the four games in League Two with Arbroath v Albion Rovers called off.


    In the Scottish Championship, Rangers return to Alloa Athletic's Indodrill Stadium, where the Ibrox side were beaten in the Petrofac Training Cup semi-final last month. The Wasps are unbeaten in three meetings against Rangers this season.

    Rangers and Alloa players

    Leaders Hearts, unbeaten in the league, travel to face Dumbarton.

    Improving Falkirk are going for a hat-trick of wins over third-placed Hibernian at Easter Road but Alan Stubbs' side have picked up their previously sluggish home form.

    Troubled Livingston are at home to Cowdenbeath looking to claw back ground from their lonely position at the foot of the table.

    Raiith Rovers v Queen of the South was called off this morning.


    And, with Hamilton Academical and Dundee United not facing each other until Monday evening, Inverness Caledonian Thistle have the chance to go third against Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle striker Billy McKay

    Killie had a post-Christmas pick-me-up with wins over Hamilton and St Mirren but were no match for Celtic on Monday.

    The Ayrshire side's main problem this season has been a shortage of goals from their strikers, but playmaker Alexei Eremenko is fit again and netted in both of those aforementioned victories.

    Billy McKay (pictured) has not been nearly as prolific as he was last season but the striker is showing signs of being back to his best, with two goals in the wins over St Mirren and Ross County.


    Dundee, who have not won in the Premiership since early November, take on Motherwell with the Steelmen still looking for their first point of 2015.

    Dundee striker David Clarkson

    Former Motherwell striker David Clarkson (pictured) scored in the Dark Blues' win at Fir Park earlier this season.

    A second Premiership home win of the season looked on the cards last weekend when Dundee led against 10-man Ross County but the Dark Blues had to settle for a point.

    Motherwell can close to within a point of their hosts with a win today but a long injury list is making life difficult for manager Ian Baraclough.

    The former Sligo Rovers boss opened with two wins to lift hopes of a Fir Park recovery but a thumping defeat at local rivals Hamilton was followed by a home loss to Aberdeen last weekend.


    Premiership leaders Aberdeen are in Paisley to take on St Mirren, who are second bottom of the division.

    Aberdeen forwards Niall McGinn and Adam Rooney

    With Celtic not playing this weekend, the in-form Dons can go four points clear at the top of the table with a win in Paisley.

    The visitors are looking for an eighth consecutive league victory and much of that success is down to an extremely miserly defence. Incredibly, goalkeeper Scott Brown has played 13 games this season and only picked the ball out of his net three times.

    Before you go thinking this one is a banker away win, remember St Mirren battled back for a 2-2 draw at Pittodrie in September.

    However, the Buddies have really struggled on their own patch this season, with one draw their best result in 10 league games and only four goals scored.

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    Celtic obviously have a knack for long-range weather forecasts since they opted to postpone their scheduled match with St Johnstone back in November.

    Instead, the champions are sunning themselves in Gran Canaria, where they playing a friendly with PSV Eindhoven today.

    Each Premiership side is allowed to 'play a joker' and request one fixture postponement at the beginning of the season, and one in January.


    We've got high winds, horizontal rain and snow in the mix today. It's grim but I'm sure there have been many more terrible weekends. Tell us about the worst conditions you've ever watched a match in. Use #bbcscotfootball or the BBC Sport Scotland Facebook page. You can also text 80295.

  128. Post update

    For the games that have survived the weather, it's a 15:00 start in the four Scottish divisions.


    In the Scottish Championship, Raith Rovers v Queen of the South was called off this morning and it's a similar story in League Two with Arbroath v Albion Rovers postponed.


    Ross County P-P Partick Thistle

    Ross County v Partick Thistle was called off early this morning following a power failure in the Dingwall area.

    You have to feel for the stadium sponsors. Everyone still refers to the Staggies' ground as Victoria Park but as soon as the lights go out it's the Global Energy Stadium...

  131. Post update

    Good afternoon and welcome to our Scottish football coverage.

    The country has been hammered by some wild weather over the last few days. Heavy snowfalls and ice overnight has made travelling difficult. Be careful (and wrap up!) if you're on the way to a game.