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- FT: St Mirren 0-2 Aberdeen (McGinn, Logan) - Dons extend lead at top of Premiership to four points
- FT: Killie 1-2 Inverness CT (Eremenko, pen; McKay 2) - 10-man Caley go third in table
- FT: Dundee 4-1 M'well (Harris, Stewart, Irvine, O'Brien og; Sutton) - Dundee's first win since November
- Hearts & Rangers win in Championship
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.
"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. "
Join us again for that match.
Accies will be playing their first match since the departure of player-manager Alex Neil, with Martin Canning taking caretaker charge.
The Scottish Premiership continues on Monday with Hamilton Academical v Dundee United.
Alex Harris marked his Dundee debut with a goal as the Dark Blues beat Motherwell 4-1 at Dens Park.
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.
Aberdeen's third 2-0 win of 2015 moved them four points clear at the top of the Premiership.
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
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"
Billy McKay's double gives 10-man Inverness victory at Rugby Park and moves the Highlanders up to third in the Premiership.
Dundee win for the first time since November and it's a third straight loss for Motherwell.
Eight consecutive league wins for the Dons and they go four points clear at the top of the Premiership.
A narrow win for second-place Rangers against Alloa.
A six-goal thriller at Easter Road ends a point apiece.
Scottish Championship leaders Hearts win again, comfortable victors against Dumbarton.
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."
Aberdeen inches away from a third goal as substitute Lawrence Shankland hits a shot on the turn which rattles the crossbar.
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.
Not long left in today's matches.
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."
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.
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.
Inverness midfielder Greg Tansey has another dig at goal and Craig Samson manages to push the long range effort wide.
Fraser Aird's powerful shot brilliantly saved by Craig McDowall as Rangers try to make the points safe.
But Inverness, who had been reduced to 10 men, levelled through Billy McKay (centre).
Alexei Eremenko put Kilmarnock ahead with a penalty against Inverness.
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The home fans vent their frustration as manager Allan Johnston hooks goalscorer Alexei Eremenko, introducing Chris Johnston.
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.
Another goal for Dundee and it's an own goal by Mark O'Brien that extends the home side's lead.
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.
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.
Sportscene's round-up of today's results will begin shortly on BBC One Scotland.
Jordan White steps up to take a penalty for Livi after Kyle Jacobs is fouled but he cannot beat goalkeeper Robbie Thomson.
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.
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.
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.
Chris Kane pulls one back for Dumbarton against Hearts.