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Summary

  1. FT: Dundee United 0-2 Partick Thistle (O'Donnell, Fojut O.G)
  2. FT: Motherwell 2-1 Inverness CT (Laing, Ainsworth for Well, Ofere for Inverness)
  3. FT: Ross County 1-0 Dundee (Reckord)
  4. FT: St Johnstone 0-0 Kilmarnock
  5. FT: St Mirren 1-0 Hamilton Academical (Thompson)
  6. Championship leaders Hearts win 10-0 against Cowdenbeath

Live Reporting

By Roddie McVake and Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    That's enough from me. It's as you were at the bottom of the Premiership, with the four worst off sides in the table all winning.

    It's all about the top end tomorrow, with Celtic taking on Aberdeen. Make sure you join us for what should be a cracker. Cheers for now...

  2. Post update

    Inverness CT boss John Hughes: "We certainly deserved to take something from the game - hitting the woodwork twice. But our passing was sloppy and I was disappointed that we never got our football going."

  3. Post update

    St Mirren manager Gary Teale on his side's first home win of the season: "It's been talked about a lot, so I'm pleased to get that monkey off our back. We can only concentrate on ourselves and we need to keep showing the same kind of attitude. We put a lot of good balls into the box and thankfully we put one away."

  4. Post update

    "Without doubt, without question," Motherwell manager Ian Baraclough when asked if his side will be safe from relegation. "The lads don't want to be where we are but we have to deal with it.

    "They put in a massive shift today. It's been a difficult time but you get rewards for hard work.

    "We won't worry about how others do, it's all about us taking care of business."

  5. Post update

    Martin Canning is yet to win a match since replacing Alex Neil as player-boss at Hamilton nine matches ago. Accies and Dundee United have lost touch with the teams at the top, with the Tannadice side slumping to defeat at home to Partick Thistle today. That makes it a return of one point from four games this month.

  6. Post update

    Tomorrow's game is a high noon showdown, which is a ridiculous hour for such a high-profile match. What time will Aberdeen fans have to set off for that one?

    Anyhoo, we'll be here bright and early to take you through all of the action and BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound will be on air from 11:00 GMT.

  7. Post update

    We have an absolute belter coming your way tomorrow, with Aberdeen visiting Celtic Park. Both sides are in fantastic form, with the champions three points ahead of the Dons at the top.

  8. Post update

    Motherwell beat Inverness 2-1

    Motherwell picked up their first win of 2015, which was incidentally Inverness Caley Thistle's first loss of the year. Despite a welcome three points, the Steelmen stay in last place since St Mirren and Ross County also won.

    It's only goal difference that separates the three sides.

  9. Join the debate at #bbcscotfootball

    BBC Scotland's Jonathan Sutherland: "St Mirren deserved winners in the pouring Paisley rain. Accies a pale imitation of the side they were earlier in the season. @BBCSportScot"

  10. Post update

    HEARTS HIT FORCE 10

    Hearts striker Genero Zeefuik

    Just in case you think there's a mistake in the Championship scores, I'll confirm that runaway league leaders Hearts did indeed score 10 at home to 10-man Cowdenbeath. There were three penalties at Tynecastle, with Genero Zeefuik scoring two of them for a hat-trick inside around four minutes.

  11. FULL-TIME

    SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP

    Alloa 0-1 Hibernian

    Dumbarton 0-0 Queen of Sth

    Hearts 10-0 Cowdenbeath

    Livingston 0-2 Raith Rovers

    SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE

    Airdrieonians 4-1 Stirling

    Ayr 1-0 Forfar

    Brechin 2-1 Stenhousemuir

    Peterhead 1-3 Morton

    Stranraer 5-1 Dunfermline

    SCOTTISH LEAGUE TWO

    Arbroath 3-3 Elgin

    Berwick 0-2 Albion

    Clyde 2-0 Montrose

    East Fife 2-1 Annan Athletic

    East Stirling 3-1 Queen's Park

  12. FULL-TIME

    ST MIRREN 1-0 HAMILTON

    At last, a home win for St Mirren and it means no change at the wrong end of the table with the bottom four all picking up maximum points. Stevie Thompson knocked in the only goal at a wet and windy St Mirren Park.

  13. FULL-TIME

    DUNDEE UTD 0-2 PARTICK THISTLE

    The Jags end a sequence of six games without a win and it was pretty comfortable for Alan Archibald's men at Tannadice. Stephen O'Donnell curled in a lovely finish and an own goal before half-time settled the game.

  14. FULL-TIME

    MOTHERWELL 2-1 INVERNESS

    "Don't give up the fight" read the banner in the Fir Park stand and Motherwell responded with a gutsy display, digging out a first win of 2015.

  15. FULL-TIME

    ROSS COUNTY 1-0 DUNDEE

    That's three victories on the trot for the Staggies. Jamie Reckord got the vital goal.

  16. MOTHERWELL 2-1 INVERNESS

    Inverness substitute Aaron Doran sees an effort from the edge of the box blocked by the 'Well defence. Can the hosts hang on to secure three valuable points?

  17. FULL-TIME

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

    It finishes goalless in Perth, but Saints should have won it in the last seconds. Danny Swanson's free-kick is spilled by Craig Samson into the path of Michael O'Halloran, but he can't adjust his body quick enough to get direction or power onto his shot.

  18. Post update

    DUNDEE UTD 0-2 PARTICK THISTLE

    It's another horrible miss from Dundee United forward Henri Anier, who scuffs a weak effort right in front of goal from Nadir Ciftci's cutback.

  19. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    The full-time whistle puts Cowdenbeath out of their misery at Tynecastle. Just the 10-0 for Hearts then. Hibernian stay 20 points behind after a drab 1-0 success at Alloa.

  20. Post update

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

    The goalmouth scrambles keep coming at McDiarmid Park, predominantly in the visitors' box, but we are still no closer to a winning goal.

  21. RED CARD

    MOTHERWELL 2-1 INVERNESS

    Motherwell are down to 10 men for the closing stretch as Simon Ramsden collects his second booking.

  22. Join the debate at #bbcscotfootball

    Robbie Devenney: "Imagine being a big Cowdenbeath and Scotland rugby fan, you'd never want to go to the west end of Edinburgh again! #bbcscotfootball"

  23. Post update

    ROSS COUNTY 1-0 DUNDEE

    Jamie Reckord goal

    Jamie Reckord applied the finish to give Ross County the lead at home to Dundee. It was a simple goal but it could prove so important in the relegation tussle.

  24. GOAL

    MOTHERWELL 2-1 INVERNESS (AINSWORTH)

    Substitute Lionel Ainsworth has given Motherwell the lead again at home to Inverness. The winger cuts in from the right and his low shot takes a deflection, leaving keeper Ryan Esson helpless as the ball finds its way into the bottom corner.

  25. Post update

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

    It's anyone's game to win here. Saints midfielder Murray Davidson volleys right at keeper Craig Samson, then Kilmarnock are denied four times within seconds.

    Craig Johnston, Nathan Eccleston (twice) and Josh Magennis all fire in goalbound efforts, but the hosts manage to keep them out.

  26. Post update

    DUNDEE UTD 0-2 PARTICK THISTLE

    Oh dear. It's not been a good day for United. Mario Bilate threads a pass through for Henri Anier but the striker completely fluffs his effort from around eight yards.

  27. HITS THE WOODWORK

    ROSS COUNTY 1-0 DUNDEE

    Jake Jervis clatters a header against the crossbar from a Rafa Da Vitta cross. The hosts are well on top but still only one goal ahead.

  28. GOAL

    MOTHERWELL 1-1 INVERNESS (OFERE)

    It's all square at Fir Park as Edward Ofere nets a debut goal for Inverness. Graeme Shinnie delivers the ball and the Nigerian adds the finish with a great header. Motherwell had leapt up two places after scoring first but are now heading back to the bottom, with St Mirren and Ross County currently leading...

  29. Post update

    ST MIRREN 1-0 HAMILTON

    Ali Crawford wriggles free to create space for a shot but the Accies' midfielder sees his effort whizz over the top.

  30. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    We have double figures at Tynecastle as substitute Osman Sow gets his second to make it Hearts 10-0 Cowdenbeath. That's TEN goals for the league leaders. TEN!

  31. Post update

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

    It's Kilmarnock who are looking more likely in Perth now with their best spell of the game. Nathan Eccleston almost squeezes the ball in at the near post after holding off a crowd of defenders.

  32. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    Hearts are in merciless mood against 10-man Cowdenbeath as goals number eight and nine arrive, courtesy of Danny Wilson and Osman Sow.

  33. GOAL

    ST MIRREN 1-0 HAMILTON (THOMPSON)

    Incredible! All of the bottom four clubs are ahead as James Dayton cuts the ball back for Steven Thompson to apply a close-range finish.

  34. GOAL

    ROSS COUNTY 1-0 DUNDEE (RECKORD)

    The Dingwall side are on for a hat-trick of victories as Jamie Reckord slots home from Michael Gardyne's cutback following a swift counter-attack from the hosts.

  35. Post update

    MOTHERWELL 1-0 INVERNESS

    lONG SAVE

    Motherwell are 1-0 up at home to Inverness and that's in no small part down to keeper George Long, who made a superb save from Danny Williams in the first half.

  36. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    It's now 7-0 to Hearts as Alim Ozturk smashes one in from distance. Cowdenbeath fans will be getting worried about double figures...

  37. GREAT SAVE!

    ST MIRREN 0-0 HAMILTON

    Accies keeper Michael McGovern makes a good diving save to keep out a header from John McGinn. St Mirren have been on top for most of the game but can they manage a first home win of the season?

  38. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    A third penalty for Hearts and this time Morgaro Gomis goes for the cheeky dink down the middle. That makes it 6-0 at Tynecastle.

  39. HITS THE WOODWORK

    MOTHERWELL 1-0 INVERNESS

    Alasdair Lamont at Fir Park

    BBC Scotland

    "The visitors hit the woodwork again and it's the debutant Edward Ofere with a header, which comes off George Long's right-hand post before being hacked away to safety."

  40. HITS THE WOODWORK

    ROSS COUNTY 0-0 DUNDEE

    The Staggies are really pressing for the opener as a shot from Jackson Irvine smacks against an upright.

  41. Post update

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

    Saints players feel they have been denied a second penalty. Chris Kane again is the man involved as Manuel Pascali goes in high, but he nicks the ball away and referee Euan Anderson doesn't see anything wrong with the challenge despite the fury of the home side.

  42. HITS THE WOODWORK

    MOTHERWELL 1-0 INVERNESS

    Alasdair Lamont at Fir Park

    BBC Scotland

    "Danny Williams almost scores a swift equaliser for ICT but his shot from 25 yards out clips the top of the crossbar."

  43. Post update

    ROSS COUNTY 0-0 DUNDEE

    Ross County defender Scott Boyd pops up at the back post to meet a Rafa Da Vitta cross, takes a touch and thumps in a shot which keeper Scott Bain gets something on to knock it behind.

  44. GOAL

    MOTHERWELL 1-0 INVERNESS (Laing)

    Conor Grant crosses from the left and Louis Laing is there to nod home the opening goal for Motherwell. That could be a crucial one as the Steelmen chase Premiership safety.

  45. Post update

    DUNDEE UTD 0-2 PARTICK THISTLE

    There remains some dubiety over the unfortunate scorer of the own goal at Tannadice. Jaroslaw Fojut has been earmarked for it but BBC Sportsound's Allan Preston reckons it was Ryan McGowan. Either way, United are staring at a third loss in four games.

  46. KICK-OFF

    The teams are back out all over the country. We need a few more goals in the Premiership, please.

  47. Post update

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

    Saints have had the better of the first half but Kilmarnock, with six goals in their last two games, look a threat on the counter-attack. Looking at the penalty incident again on the BBC ALBA replays, there is definitely an arm on Chris Kane but the St Johnstone striker falls to the ground too easily.

  48. Post update

    ROSS COUNTY 0-0 DUNDEE

    It's not been much of the game in Dingwall. Liam Boyce hammered over a good chance for the hosts but that's been about it. Dundee will be worried after top scorer Greg Stewart limped off just before the interval.

  49. HALF-TIME

    SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP

    Alloa 0-1 Hibernian

    Dumbarton 0-0 Queen of Sth

    Hearts 5-0 Cowdenbeath

    Livingston 0-2 Raith Rovers

    SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE

    Airdrieonians 0-1 Stirling

    Ayr 1-0 Forfar

    Brechin 1-1 Stenhousemuir

    Peterhead 0-0 Morton

    Stranraer 3-1 Dunfermline

    SCOTTISH LEAGUE TWO

    Arbroath 0-1 Elgin

    Berwick 0-1 Albion

    Clyde 0-0 Montrose

    East Fife 0-1 Annan Athletic

    East Stirling 1-0 Queen's Park

  50. Post update

    Cowdenbeath manager Jimmy Nicholl

    Spare a thought for Cowdenbeath manager Jimmy Nicholl as you enjoy a half-time refreshment - 5-0 down at Tynecastle and down to 10 men. What sort of team-talk will he be delivering right now?

  51. Join the debate at #bbcscotfootball

    Gavin Scott ‏on Twitter: "That's what happens when you decide to sell your season in January I suppose. #DundeeUtd #bbcscotfootball"

  52. HALF-TIME

    DUNDEE UTD 0-2 PARTICK THISTLE

  53. HALF-TIME

    ST MIRREN 0-0 HAMILTON

  54. GREAT SAVE!

    MOTHERWELL 0-0 INVERNESS

    Alasdair Lamont at Fir Park

    BBC Scotland

    What a let-off for Motherwell! Josh Law attempts to head the ball back to his goalkeeper George Long but he's woefully short and Danny Williams has a clean run on goal. But as he tries to take it round the keeper, Long does really well to smother the ball at the Caley Thistle man's feet. At the other end Conor Grant sidefoots a free kick goalwards by Ryan Esson saves. And that's half time.

  55. HALF-TIME

    ROSS COUNTY 0-0 DUNDEE

  56. HALF-TIME

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

  57. Post update

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

    Kilmarnock get a rare sight of goal and Alan Mannus has to save well from Tope Obadeyi's fierce shot, then Craig Slater's curls a free-kick over the wall that the goalkeeper is equal to.

  58. GOAL

    DUNDEE UTD 0-2 PARTICK THISTLE (FOJUT O.G)

    Boos ring out from the angry home fans as Kallum Higginbotham swings in a corner and defender Jaroslaw Fojut gets the last touch into his own net under pressure from Frederic Frans.

  59. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    Hearts are 5-0 up now on Cowdenbeath as Jamie Walker runs on to a Sam Nicholson pass to drill the ball home...

  60. Post update

    ST MIRREN 0-0 HAMILTON

    Jason Scotland sweeps an effort wide on a rare Hamilton attack. It turns out the veteran striker was offside, so, technically, the visitors are yet to have an effort on goal...

  61. GREAT SAVE!

    ST MIRREN 0-0 HAMILTON

    Alan Gow gets a sight of goal on his St Mirren debut but his left-foot dig from distance is brilliantly saved by Hamilton keeper Michael McGovern.

  62. Post update

    DUNDEE UTD 0-1 PARTICK THISTLE (O'DONNELL)

    At last, a goal in the top flight! And it's a beauty from Stephen O'Donnell who curls in a lovely shot after a neat back-heel from Lyle Taylor.

  63. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    BBC Sportsound pundit Derek Ferguson roars his approval as Sam Nicholson thumps in a screamer from distance. It's 4-0 to Hearts now against 10 men. It could be a long day for Cowdenbeath...

  64. Post update

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

    Michael O'Halloran makes a storming run down the left hand side, feeds Chris Kane who falls to the turf inside the box. However, referee Euan Anderson books the Saints striker for diving and awards the visitors the free-kick.

  65. Post update

    ST MIRREN 0-0 HAMILTON ACADEMICAL

    A wee flurry of excitement in Paisley as St Mirren apply some pressure which ends with Sean Kelly flashing a shot wide.

  66. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    It's all happening at Tynecastle as Hearts win a second penalty - Lewis Toshney is ordered off - and Genero Zeefuik converts for a quicksilver hat-trick.

  67. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    It's game, set and match at Tynecastle already as Genero Zeefuik spins his burly body in the box to fire in his second goal at home to Cowdenbeath.

  68. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    Good news for the Edinburgh teams at the top. Scott Allan fires Hibs in front at Alloa from a free-kick just seconds before Hearts win a penalty, which is thumped home by Genero Zeefuik. Raith Rovers have doubled their lead at Livingston.

  69. Post update

    MOTHERWELL 0-0 INVERNESS

    Inverness pass up a very decent chance to hit the front at Fir Park as Graeme Shinnie rolls a fine ball into the feet of Greg Tansey at the edge of the box, but he blasts his effort high over the bar.

  70. Post update

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

    Signs the Saints are starting to take control of the game now. David Wotherspoon fires in two low shots but Killie keeper Craig Samson gets his body behind them both.

  71. Post update

    MOTHERWELL 0-0 INVERNESS

    Scott McDonald

    Scott McDonald was in on goal early on but the Motherwell front man failed to keep his close-range effort down. The Aussie has looked lively on his "second Fir Park debut".

  72. Join the debate at #bbcscotfootball

    St Mirren Official on Twitter: "Not a great deal to report at the moment aside from the fact it's pouring with rain. #COYS"

  73. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    First goal in the second tier goes to Raith Rovers, who take the lead at bottom side Livingston thanks to Ross Callachan.

  74. Post update

    MOTHERWELL 0-0 INVERNESS

    Alasdair Lamont at Fir Park

    BBC Scotland

    "Motherwell have started the better of the two sides but Greg Tansey almost struck a blistering opening goal there. He hit a dipping drive from 30 yards that flew just over. Marvin Johnson replied with another long-range effort that had Ryan Esson scrambling but goes narrowly wide.

    "Scott McDonald should have got off to a scoring start in his Motherwell return, but instead shoots over the bar from close range. He looks sprightly though."

  75. Post update

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

    All of a sudden the game has picked up in pace. Chris Johnston flashes a shot just wide for Kilmarnock, then Michael O'Halloran is denied from close range by Craig Samsom at the other end with Steven MacLean passing up the opportunity to finish the rebound.

  76. Post update

    DUNDEE UTD 0-0 PARTICK THISTLE

    Great chance for the visitors as Lyle Taylor gallops clear but the striker cannot poke his shot past keeper Radoslaw Cierzniek, who saves with a foot.

  77. Post update

    MOTHERWELL 0-0 INVERNESS

    Striker Scott McDonald has a great chance to mark his return to Motherwell with an early goal but, after latching on to a long ball, he fires over the bar from five yards out on the angle.

  78. Post update

    DUNDEE UTD 0-0 PARTICK THISTLE

    Nadir Ciftci is guilty of a miskick right in front of goal after towering Dundee United defender Jaroslaw Fojut causes problems for Partick at a corner kick.

  79. Post update

    ST JOHNSTONE 0-0 KILMARNOCK

    Nathan Eccleston has an early chance for Kilmarnock, stabbing the ball at Alan Mannus who parries it but is able to recover and smother before Josh Magennis can take advantage.

  80. Post update

    MOTHERWELL 0-0 INVERNESS CT

    Motherwell's Stephen Pearson goes for goal with an effort hooked over his shoulder but he can't keep it down and it goes well over.

  81. Post update

    DUNDEE UTD 0-0 PARTICK THISTLE

    Kallum Higgimbotham is clean through at Tannadice but his progress is halted by the linesman's flag. BBC Sportsound pundit Allan Preston thinks the officials have called that one wrong.

  82. Post update

    First goal of the day goes to Colin McMenamin as he fires Stenhousemuir into an early lead at Brechin.

  83. Post update

    Hearts go close as Alim Ozturk winds up a long-range free-kick and Cowdenbeath keeper Robbie Thompson does well to tip it round the post. It's all a bit quiet in the top flight in these opening minutes...

  84. Join the debate at #bbcscotfootball

    Dumbarton FC on Twitter: "Sons in the usual white with gold and black stripe through the chest (or black and blue as some may say!). Queens in all blue. #sonsvqos"

    I don't need to explain that, do I?

  85. KICK-OFF

    Here we go...

  86. Post update

    ST MIRREN v HAMILTON ACADEMICAL

    It's March tomorrow and St Mirren still haven't won a home game this season.

    This looks like a great chance to break that ugly duck since the visitors are all over the place at the moment.

    Martin Canning has yet to enjoy the winning feeling since replacing Alex Neil eight games ago.

    Having said that, the Buddies were swept aside by Aberdeen last weekend and were lucky to only be 2-0 down at half-time to Inverness in their last outing in Paisley.

  87. Post update

    ST JOHNSTONE v KILMARNOCK

    Saints have not been the model of consistency they were last season but turned in what may have been their best performance of the season in last weekend's 2-0 win at Tannadice.

    The Perth side have slipped out of the top six and will view this game as a must-win to keep the pressure on Tayside rivals Dundee, who are two points better off.

    Killie can move within a point of the hosts with a win today.

    The visitors have found their shooting boots in recent weeks, scoring six in their last two matches, and a Josh Magennis double saw them leave McDiarmid Park with maximum points in October.

  88. Post update

    ROSS COUNTY v DUNDEE

    The Staggies are aiming for a hat-trick of wins today, having seen off Partick Thistle and Motherwell in recent weeks to move off the bottom of the league.

    Jim McIntyre's side scored three goals in both of those victories and confidence will be rising as new arrivals Craig Curran and Raffaele De Vita look the part.

    Dundee are unbeaten in eight league games since their derby humiliation at Tannadice on New Year's Day.

    Paul Hartley's men are well organised and have only conceded two goals in their last five league matches.

  89. Post update

    MOTHERWELL v INVERNESS CT

    Things are looking decidedly grim for the Steelmen, who are without a win in 2015.

    That run of one point from eight games has seen them overhauled by St Mirren and Ross County, albeit goal difference is the only thing separating the three sides at the foot of the table. Manager Ian Baraclough has been busy drafting in new recruits and he needs his new men to gel quickly.

    Inverness are unbeaten this year but three draws from their last five outings has seen them lose a bit of ground on Aberdeen in second place.

    In the two previous meetings this season the Highlanders have been very comfortable winners.

  90. Post update

    DUNDEE UTD v PARTICK THISTLE

    Jackie McNamara's men have fallen out of the race at the top after picking up just one point from their last three league matches.

    It can hardly be a surprise that the decline in form coincides with the deadline day departures of Gary Mackay-Steven and Stuart Armstrong to Celtic.

    The Jags are in something of a tailspin, having lost their last five matches on the bounce.

    Thistle have only scored twice on that miserable run, with January loan arrival Lyle Taylor getting them both.

  91. Post update

    CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE

    Runaway leaders Hearts are at home to Cowdenbeath, enjoying a 20-point cushion at the top, while nearest challengers Hibernian are at Alloa. Play-off contenders Queen of the South and Raith Rovers are away to Dumbarton and Livignston, respectively.

  92. Post update

    St Mirren's new signing defender Viktor Genev warms up ahead of kick off

    Can Viktor Genev help plug the gaps in St Mirren's leaky defence? The Bulgarian makes his debut today, while the well-travelled Alan Gow also makes his first Buddies start.

  93. Post update

    BBC Sportsound pundit Willie Miller

    "St Mirren and Ross County are used to being in this dogfight but it's a new experience for Motherwell. That could be a factor."

  94. LINE-UPS FROM VICTORIA PARK

    Ross County: Brown, Fraser, Boyd, Paul Quinn, Reckord, Gardyne, Woods, Irvine, De Vita, Curran, Boyce. Subs: Sernas, Reguero, Cardle, Jervis, Kiss, Carey, Meite.

    Dundee: Bain, Paul McGinn, Konrad, McPake, Dyer, Harris, Thomson, Stephen McGinn, McAlister, Harkins, Stewart. Subs: Letheren, McBride, Ferry, Black, Gadzhalov, Wighton, Colquhoun.

  95. Post update

    Motherwell manager Ian Baraclough on BBC Radio Scotland

    "Scott McDonald has come in and shown energy and desire to work very hard, with a group of players he knows can get us out of the position we're in.

    "We need to believe as a group that we can go and earn the right to create chances and go on and take them. We need to be more proactive in going and creating chances. On any given day it's 11 v 11 and you've got to work really hard to make things happen, if we do that we can go on and win the game.

    "Since day one I've had nothing but backing and that's appreciated. We're trying to change things for the long term but we need to make sure we're in this league for next season."

  96. Post update

    Motherwell chairman Brian McCafferty has been on BBC Radio Scotland backing manager Ian Baraclough to the hilt. He's in for the long haul, no matter how results go this season... Bold words.

  97. Post update

    Killie striker Lee Miller is on the bench after being out injured for six weeks.

  98. LINE-UPS FROM McDIARMID PARK

    St Johnstone: Mannus, Mackay, Wright, Anderson, Millar, MacLean, Wotherspoon, Davidson, Easton, Kane, O'Halloran. Subs: Banks, Scobbie, Swanson, Graham, McFadden, Miller, Croft.

    Kilmarnock: Samson, Chantler, Pascali, O'Hara, Westlake, Johnston, Odabeyi, Ashcroft, Slater, Magennis, Eccleston. Subs: Brennan, Barbour, Miller, Smith, Eremenko, Kiltie, Syme

  99. Post update

    Dundee United striker Nadir Ciftci is available after the club appealed against a possible two-match ban.

  100. LINE-UPS FROM TANNADICE

    Dundee United: Cierzniak, Dillon, Dixon, McGowan, Fojut, Paton, Telfer, Erskine, Spittal, Dow, Ciftci. Subs: Zwick, Rankin, Connolly, Souttar, Anier, Muirhead, Bilate.

    Partick Thistle: Gallacher, O'Donnell, Balatoni, Frans, Craigen, Bannigan, Lawless, Elliott, Higginbotham, Osman, Taylor. Subs: Basalaj, Booth, Doolan, Stevenson, Richards-Everton, Fraser, McDaid.

  101. Post update

    Scott McDonald

    With Marley Watkins suspended, Edward Ofere is pitched in up front for Inverness, despite manager John Hughes admitting the striker is not match-fit. Can Scott McDonald provide the goals Motherwell need?

  102. LINE-UPS FROM FIR PARK

    Motherwell: Long, Ramsden, McManus, Laing, Grant, Lasley, Law, Johnson, Pearson, Erwin, McDonald. Subs: Twardzik, Carswell, Ainsworth, Sutton, Kerr, Moore, D.Thomas.

    Inverness CT: Esson, Raven, Shinnie, Meekings, Draper, Ross, Devine, Tansey, Williams, Christie, Ofere. Subs: MacKay, Doran, Horner, Tremarco, Polworth, Sutherland, Ferguson.

  103. Post update

    Hamilton full-back Stephen Hendrie injured his hand in training yesterday and Kieran MacDonald, a 21-year-old signed from Clyde in the summer, makes his first Premiership start.

  104. LINE-UPS FROM ST MIRREN PARK

    St Mirren: Ridgers, Naismith, Dayton, Kelly, Goodwin, Geneva, Thompson, Mallan, Gow, McGinn, Tesselaar. Subs: Reilly, Sonupe, Sadlier, Arquin, Baird, Wylde, Kello.

    Hamilton: McGovern, Gordon, Devlin, Canning, Imrie, Routledge, Scotland, Crawford, Hasselbaink, MacDonald, MacKinnon. Subs: Lyon, Lynch, Longridge, Brophy, Redmond, Tagliapietra, Hill.

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    St Mirren also have a couple of players making their first starts for the club, with Alan Gow and Viktor Genev lining up for the Paisley side, while striker Scott McDonald is back in Motherwell colours for the first time in eight years.

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    Edward Ofere makes his Inverness CT debut today. The Nigerian striker is a target man, according to manager John Hughes, who describes his new signing as a "lovely, big lump of a boy".

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    Good afternoon and welcome to our Scottish Premiership coverage.

    It's another big weekend for the teams locked in a three-way dogfight to avoid relegation, with Ross County, St Mirren and Motherwell all locked on 18 points.