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  1. Celtic crowned Premiership champions as Aberdeen drop points
  2. Dundee Utd 1-0 Aberdeen; St Johnstone 1-1 ICT
  3. Motherwell 1-1 Ross County; Kilmarnock 2-3 Hamilton
  4. Partick Thistle 3-0 St Mirren
  5. Hibs secure second place in Championship ahead of Rangers
  6. Cowdenbeath relegated, Alloa in play-off, Livingston safe; Morton win League One

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    An eventful day to say the least...

    • Celtic are crowned Premiership champions following Aberdeen's defeat at Tannadice
    • Morton secure the League One title
    • Hibs clinch second spot in the Championship
    • League winners Hearts come back from two down to draw with Rangers
    • Cowdenbeath are relegated from the Championship

    Thanks for your company throughout the day. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

  2. Get in touch


    BBC Off The Ball

    #Celtic and #Greenock Morton - worthy title winners? Share your thoughts! Tweet us, call 0500 92 95 00, or post at on

  3. Your views

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    Lorne, Edinburgh: Very little credit to Hibs for finishing above the Rangers considering the mess Alan Stubbs found them in.

  4. 'I'm happy we're champions'

    Celtic manager Reonny Deila

    "We have achieved a big thing - winning the league for the fourth time - and hopefully there will be more and more," he told his club's official website.

    Celtic boss Ronny Deila

    "Defensively we have been unbelievable the whole season and we have hardly conceded a goal. Offensively we have been getting better and we scored five beautiful goals against Dundee on Friday night.

    "We have worked so hard for this and finally we are there and can start thinking of next season. There is always high pressure here and I put high demands on myself as well.

    "Today we just have to enjoy it and be happy that we are champions. I'm happy with a lot of the work we have done and we are going to enjoy this night and show we are champions next Sunday."

  5. Your views


    Alan David Duncan: Close but no cigar for @AberdeenFC. Roll on next season... Can't bring myself to congratulate 'Tic though! #COYR

  6. Your views

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    Ivan Hamilton, Dunoon: The Dons can take heart with a freshening up of the team during the summer and be ready for next season.

  7. 'We've had a title challenge'

    BBC Sportsound pundit Willie Miller

    "Celtic are deserved champions but credit too, though, to Aberdeen. But they did go down with a bit of whimper today.

    "We've had a title challenge, and until today, it's been the Celtic games [between the sides] that have proved the difference."

  8. Morton marching on...

    Greenock Morton won Scottish League One and promotion to the Championship after defeating Peterhead.

    Morton started the day top, level on points with Forfar Athletic but with a superior goal difference.

    However, the Greenock side fell behind to Gary McDonald's effort before Peterhead's Scott Ross was sent off.

    Michael Miller, Mark Russell and Declan McManus netted for Morton and they took the title by two points after Ayr beat Forfar and Stranraer finished second.

  9. Your views

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    Anon: Champions; should have been a treble.


    Congratulation Morton, who are crowned League One champions...

    Morton's Declan McManus celebrates

    Scottish League Two

    Annan 4-3 Montrose

    Arbroath 5-0 Berwick Rangers

    Clyde 2-0 Queen's Park

    East Fife 3-1 Elgin City

    East Stirlingshire 1-5 Albion Rovers

  12. 'Proved doubters wrong'


    Jonathan Sutherland

    BBC Scotland

    Congratulations to @celticfc - Yes, they might have more money than the rest but Ronny Deila has still proved plenty of doubters wrong.

  13. Celtic will 'enjoy the moment'

    Celtic assistant manager John Collins

    "We're going to enjoy the moment," he tells BBC Scotland's Sportscene. "We look forward to next week's game at Pittodrie. I'll be on the phone to Ronny Deila over in Norway."


    Scottish League One

    Airdrie 3-2 Dunfermline

    Brechin 1-3 Stranraer

    Forfar 1-3 Ayr United

    Morton 3-1 Peterhead

    Stirling Albion 3-2 Stenhousemuir

  15. BreakingBREAKING NEWS

    Celtic are crowned Premiership champions in Ronny Deila's first season in charge.


    Dundee United 1-0 Aberdeen

    St Johnstone 1-1 Inverness CT

    Motherwell 1-1 Ross County

    Kilmarnock 2-3 Hamilton

    Partick Thistle 3-0 St Mirren


    Partick Thistle 3-0 St Mirren

  18. GOAL

    Partick 3-0 St Mirren (Lawless)

    Steven Lawless ensures Partick Thistle can forget about any relegation concerns, flashing home his side's third goal in a comprehensive victory against the Buddies.

  19. Kitchen sink

    Jim Spence

    BBC Sport

    Only the kitchen sink hasn't been thrown at @dundeeunitedfc by @AberdeenFC so far but Utd still lead 1-0 with a minute left + stoppage time...

  20. GOAL

    Airdrie 3-2 Dunfermline (McHugh)

  21. Dundee United 1-0 Aberdeen

    The Dons pass up a gilt-edged chance. The free-kick comes across the face of the goal and finds Ash Taylor at the back post, but he somehow contrives to head into the side netting...

  22. Dundee United 1-0 Aberdeen

    It's untidy stuff in both boxes. The ball bounces around the United box but no-one in white can finish, then United break on the counter attack and goalkeeper Scott Brown has to race out quickly to make the challenge with his defence all at sea.

  23. GOAL

    St Johnstone 1-1 Inverness CT (Graham)

    Tam Scobbie tees up a lovely cross and Brian Graham is there to power home a header and equalise for St Johnstone in Perth. Game on!

  24. GOAL

    Partick Thistle 2-0 St Mirren (Doolan)

    Thistle all but banish their relegation fears with a second goal. Kris Doolan is the man on target for Alan Archibald's troops.

  25. GOAL

    Annan Athletic 3-3 Montrose (Campbell)

  26. GOAL

    Kilmarnock 2-3 Hamilton (Kiltie)

    A lifeline for Kilmarnock as Greg Kiltie heads home their second goal of the afternoon. The hosts trail 3-2 at Rugby Park; can they find a late equaliser?

  27. Motherwell 1-1 Ross County

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland

    Scott Boyd gets a vital challenge in to deny Stephen Pearson as he burst through on goal. Motherwell claimed for a penalty but Crawford Allan deemed it a fair challenge. Then Conor Grant fires in another powerful shot from distance, but County scramble it clear.

  28. GOAL

    Brechin 1-3 Stranraer (Gibson pen)

  29. GOAL

    East Fife 3-0 Elgin (Riordan)

  30. Partick Thistle 1-0 St Mirren

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Ryan Stevenson's goal could guarantee the Jags' status in the top flight for next season.

  31. GOAL

    Kilmarnock 1-3 Hamilton (Hasselbaink)

    Pint-sized striker Nigel Hasselbaink extends Accies' lead, firing home from close range with the hosts claiming, unsuccessfully, for a foul on goalkeeper Craig Samson.

  32. GOAL

    Partick Thistle 1-0 St Mirren (Stevenson)

    Ryan Stevenson opens the scoring at Firhill and, with his seventh goal of the season, it could prove a costly goal to concede for relegation-threatened St Mirren...

  33. Motherwell 1-1 Ross County

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland

    Conor Grant tests Mark Brown from distance. The keeper almost allows the powerful drive to spill from his grasp but just clings on with three Motherwell players waiting to pounce.

  34. GOAL

    Kilmarnock 1-2 Hamilton (MacKinnon)

    Accies take the lead at Rugby Park as Darian MacKinnon finds the net with a superb drive from outside the box.

  35. GOAL

    Forfar 1-3 Ayr (Forrest)

  36. GOAL

    Annan 2-1 Montrose (Wood)

  37. Motherwell 1-1 Ross County

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland

    Michael Gardyne rather scuffs a shot at goal but George Long still has to look lively down to his right to prevent County taking the lead. Motherwell need to be testing the keeper at the other end.

  38. Dundee United 1-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen are on top at Tannadice as they seek an equaliser. Niall McGinn has a deflected effort that spins into the hands of Radoslaw Cierzniak, then Willo Flood drives a ball across goal but the United defence manage to get it clear.

  39. GOAL

    St Johnstone 0-1 Inverness CT (Doran)

    Inverness break the deadlock at McDiarmid Park as Aaron Doran fires home after good work by David Raven.

  40. Clearance charged down

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland

    St Mirren's Steven Thompson almost makes the most of a mix-up between Conrad Balatoni and Jags goalkeeper Scott Fox, the latter's clearance being charged down by Thompson and spinning wide.

  41. Your views


    Alan Ryan: So pleased for Mark Burchill. Terrific end to the season and a great character to listen to. Great interview #bbcscotfootball

  42. 'Ready for the play-offs'


    Hibernian FC

    First step completed - second spot secured. Now let's get ready for the play-offs. Team + Supporters = #Hibs class

  43. County press at Fir Park

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland

    Scott Boyd flashes a shot just past the near post from a Ross County corner at the start of the second half.

  44. GOAL

    Airdrie 2-1 Dunfermline (McHugh)

  45. KICK-OFF

    Here we go for the second half. Goals please and plenty of them...

  46. Your views


    Craig Campbell: I'd rather Aberdeen lost the title challenge against Celtic than today. At the least it will add more excitement to that game. #bbcscotfootball

    Tom and 20 others: What annoys me most about having to listen to all this praise for Hearts is that it's thoroughly deserved. #bbcscotfootball

  47. Post update

    So, with Aberdeen trailing Dundee United at the break, Celtic could be crowned Premiership champions at 4:45.

    However, you'd imagine Derek McInnes will use his half-time talk at Tannadice to urge his troops to keep their title dreams alive...


    Airdrie 1-1 Dunfermline

    Brechin 1-2 Stranraer

    Forfar 1-2 Ayr

    Morton 2-1 Peterhead

    Stirling 1-1 Stenhousemuir


    Dundee United 1-0 Aberdeen

    Kilmarnock 1-1 Hamilton

    Motherwell 1-1 Ross County

    Partick Thistle 0-0 St Mirren

    St Johnstone 0-0 Inverness CT

  50. Nerve-shredder at Fir Park

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland

    "That fragile lead I just mentioned has just been shattered. Liam Boyce cuts in from the left side of the penalty area and curls a beautiful shot past George Long. There are a few nerves being shredded at Fir Park right now."

  51. GOAL

    Motherwell 1-1 Ross County (Boyce)

    Liam Boyce levels for County and silences the home crowd.

  52. St Johnstone 0-0 Inverness CT

    Michael O'Halloran fires over after running on to a lovely pass by St Johnstone team-mate Danny Swanson.


    Partick Thistle 0-0 St Mirren

    Jason Naismith goes down in the Partick Thistle box following a challenge by Callum Booth but there's no penalty for the visitors.

  54. Post update

    Robbie Muirhead scores for Dundee United against Aberdeen
    Image caption: Robbie Muirhead fired Dundee United in front against Aberdeen
  55. Partick Thistle 0-0 St Mirren

    Belgian defender Fred Frans tries to hook one over his head and into the net from six yards but it loops wide of St Mirren goalkeeper Mark Ridgers' post.

    Partick Thistle completely dominating and look to have the edge physically over the young St Mirren side.

  56. St Johnstone 0-0 Inverness CT

    Inverness winger Aaron Doran is sporting a hefty head bandage after picking up a head gash.

  57. GOAL

    Kilmarnock 1-1 Hamilton Academical (Scotland)

    Jason Scotland pounces on a rebound after Craig Samson fails to deal with an initial shot and Accies are level.

  58. Dundee Utd 1-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen's Peter Pawlett has failed to recover from a nasty head knock and is replaced by Cammy Smith.

  59. Partick Thistle 0-0 St Mirren

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Firhill

    "St Mirren still trying to settle into this contest as Partick Thistle enjoy the bulk of possession in the opening 20 minutes. Lyle Taylor's low shot wide for the hosts is the best and only real chance at Firhill so far, although Ryan Stevenson nearly managed to knock one in and Steven Lawless followed up with an effort wide."

  60. GOAL

    Motherwell 1-0 Ross County (McDonald)

    Scott McDonald creeps in at the far post to give the Steelmen what could be a crucial lead against Ross County.

  61. Motherwell 0-0 Ross County

    Motherwell started the brighter at Fir Park but Ross County are beginning to come more into it now. BBC Scotland's Chick Young describes a "nervous" atmosphere in Lanarkshire with so much at stake.

  62. GOAL

    Dundee Utd 1-0 Aberdeen (Muirhead)

    Robbie Muirhead's first goal for Dundee United puts them ahead against Aberdeen. The former Kilmarnock player ran on to John Souttar's pass and took his time before finishing well.

  63. Tweet using #bbcscotfootball

    Alan David Duncan: "I fancied @cammysmith_01 from the start today. Hope @Willoflood8, @PetePawlett, @jonnyhayes7 & @nmcginn10 are on form! #bbcscotfootball"

  64. GOAL

    Kilmarnock 1-0 Hamilton Academical (Ashcroft)

    Lee Ashcroft sweeps the ball in for Killie's opener following a corner.


    St Johnstone 0-0 Inverness CT

    St Johnstone very close to a spectacular opener as his long-range shot hits the bar.

  66. Post update

    Forfar have gone a goal up against Ayr United thanks to Dale Hilson's penalty, which puts them above Morton and on to the summit of League things stand.

  67. Dundee Utd 0-0 Aberdeen

    Now it's Aberdeen's turn to threaten and it's Adam Rooney with a header, which is claimed at the second attempt by Radoslaw Cierzniak.

  68. Dundee Utd 0-0 Aberdeen

    Blair Spittal has a sight of goal for Dundee United inside the Aberdeen box but, as BBC pundit Willie Miller put it, he "fluffs" his shot.

  69. KICK-OFF

    The rest of today's Scottish fixtures are getting underway...


    Remember, you can text 80295 or tweet using the hashtag #bbcscotfootball.

  71. Post update

    You can listen to live Sportsound commentary of Dundee United v Aberdeen on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW.

    Sportsound - Open all Mics will be on 92-95FM and both programmes can be listened to here via the 'Live Coverage' tab.

  72. LINE-UPS

    Teams from McDiarmid Park

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

    Inverness: Esson, Raven, Shinnie, Vincent, Warren, Meekings, Ofere, Doran, Watkins, Tansey, Williams Subs: Mackay, Ross, Devine, Tremarco, Polworth, Christie, Kink.

  73. LINE-UPS

    Teams from Tannadice

    Dundee United: Cierzniak, Dixon, McGowan, Morris, Fojut, Souttar, Rankin, Telfer, Spittal, Ciftci, Muirhead. Subs: Szromnik, Dillon, Smith, Coote, Anier, Spark, Connolly.

    Aberdeen: Brown, Logan, Considine, Taylor, Reynolds, Flood, Rooney, McGinn, Hayes, Pawlett, Jack. Subs: Langfield, McLean, Smith, Goodwillie, C Robertson, Shankland, Daniels.

    *Andrew Considine named as captain as it's his 300th appearance.

  74. LINE-UPS

    Teams from Firhill

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

    St Mirren: Ridgers, Naismith, Baird, Kelly, Tesselaar, Mallan, Reilly, Dayton, Sadlier, Wylde, Thompson. Subs: Kello, Arquin, Brown, Genev, Morgan, Cuddihy, Gow.

  75. LINE-UPS

    Teams from Fir Park

    Motherwell: Long, Hammell, McManus, Lasley, O'Brien, Law, Erwin, Johnson, Grant, Pearson, McDonald. Subs: Twardzik, Ramsden, Ainsworth, Sutton, Moore, D. Thomas, Straker

    Ross County: Brown, Boyd, Curran, Reckford, Boyce, De Vita, Woods, Irvine, Gardyne, P.Quinn, Fraser. Subs: Reguero, Méïté, R.Quinn, Kiss, Šernas, Palazuelos, Dingwall

  76. LINE-UPS

    Teams from Rugby Park

    Kilmarnock: Samson, Barbour, McKenzie, Clingan, Johnston, Ashcroft, Slater, Eremenko, O'Hara, Magennis, Pascali. Subs: Hamill, Miller, Cairney, Eccleston, Kiltie, Syme, Brennan.

    Hamilton: McGovern, Devlin, Gillespie, Imrie, Scotland, Crawford, Lyon, MacDonald, Longridge, MacKinnon, Garcia Tena. Subs: Hendrie, Hasselbaink, Watson, Brophy, Docherty, Tagliapietra, Hill.

  77. Bottom of the table

    Scottish Premiership bottom six

    At the bottom, there is precious little margin for error for St Mirren to avoid relegation with four games to go.

    The only team the Buddies can catch are Motherwell, who are seven points ahead of them in 11th place in the table. They look like they will be dragged into the Premiership play-offs against the team to emerge from the play-off matches between Hibernian, Rangers and Queen of the South in the Championship.

  78. Top of the table

    Scottish Premiership top six
  79. Focus turns to the Premiership

    If Aberdeen fail to beat Dundee United then Celtic will be crowned chamipons.

    The Dons have secured at least second spot, but third place and a guarantee of qualifying games for the Europa League has yet to be decided.

    Inverness CT, St Johnstone and Dundee United can all still clinch that spot, with John Hughes' third-placed team in the strongest position.

  80. 'Recruit over the summer'

    Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson

    "My job is now to recruit over the summer and try to get us ready for next season. We're stepping up to a higher level and we'll have to be ready for it."

  81. Championship fate

    Cowdenbeath are relegated and Alloa will aim to safely negotiate the play-offs to ensure their Championship status. Livingston live to fight another day, and season, in the Chamionship.

  82. Hearts celebrate

    Liam McLeod

    Football Commentator, BBC Scotland

    "They will celebrate tonight and look forward to next season's Premiership campaign."


    Hearts owner Ann Budge ventures out onto the Tynecastle pitch with the Championship trophy. To tumultuous applause from the Hearts fans, skipper Danny Wilson holds the trophy aloft.

    Director of football Craig Levein, sporting a beaming smile, looks on.

  84. 'Enjoy our time off'

    Hibs boss Alan Stubbs

    "We did really well in the game and we knew the score in the Rangers game."

    Asked if he had a preference who they face in the play-off? "No, we'll enjoy our time off and prepare the players for the game, whether it's against Rangers or Queen of the South. We'll be ready."

  85. Hearts deliver again

    Tom English

    BBC Scotland

    Hearts manage to find something, even when they're not at their best. They dominated much of the second half but I thought Rangers were going to hang on.

    A bit of quality at the end saw Hearts salvage a draw; and we've seen that often this season.

  86. Play-off picture emerging

    Third-placed Rangers will play Queens on 9 and 17 May with the semi-final dates set for 20 and 23 May.

    The final, which will feature the team finishing second bottom of the Premiership, will be played on 28 and 31 May.

  87. Championship drama

    A pulsating final day's action in the Championship...

    Kenny Miller celebrates
    Hibs celebrate
    Hearts substitute Genero Zeefuik

    Alloa 3-0 Cowdenbeath

    Dumbarton 2-2 Raith Rovers

    Hearts 2-2 Rangers

    Falkirk 0-3 Hibernian

    Livingston 1-0 Queen of South

  89. Hearts 2-2 Rangers

    Both sides are pressing for a winner as Cammy Bell saves a header then Rangers substitute Ian Black fizzes a shot narrowly wide.

  90. GOAL

    Hearts 2-2 Rangers (Zeefuik)

    Hearts are level! The super sub Genero Zeefuik drills home from six yards to send the home fans inside Tynecastle wild.

    Hearts substitute Genero Zeefuik fired two goals to secure a draw against Rangers
  91. Hearts 1-2 Rangers

    Rangers aim to take the sting out of the game with three minutes plus added time remaining at Tynecastle, where the second half has largely lacked the fire of the first.

  92. GOAL

    Hearts 1-2 Rangers (Zeefuik)

    Substitute Genero Zeefuik reduces the deficit as he sends a looping header beyond Cammy Bell and into the corner of the net. Seven minutes plus added time remaining at Tynecastle.

  93. Play-off picture

    Liam McLeod

    Football Commentator, BBC Scotland

    It looks like it'll be Rangers against Queen of the South in the play-offs...

  94. GOAL

    Falkirk 0-3 Hibs (Malonga)

    Hibs all but secure second place as Dominique Malonga collects a Jason Cummings through ball and finds the net.

  95. CLOSE!

    Rangers could and should be three up at Tynecastle. The unmarked Marius Zaliukas rises at the back post amid the porous Hearts defence but somehow heads wide from a couple of yards.

  96. GOAL

    Alloa 3-0 Cowdenbeath (Buchanan)

    Liam Buchanan thumps the ball home from just outside the box.

  97. Hearts 0-2 Rangers

    Hearts attack and once again the focal point is Osman Sow but the striker is thwarted by a brilliant tackle by Darren McGregor. The defender has earned his corn at both ends of the pitch today...

  98. Your views


    Cloud Engineer: Hibs have got this, Come on the Cabbage #bbcscotfootball

  99. Alloa 2-0 Cowdenbeath

    A crucial intervention from Michael Doyle prevents Colin Nish from pulling one back for the visitors.

  100. Hearts 0-2 Rangers

    Kevin McHattie tumbles in the box under the close attention of Nicky Law. The Hearts fans howl for a penalty; referee Calum Murray is having none of it. Replays show the Hearts man wasn't touched.

  101. Hearts 0-2 Rangers

    Hearts midfielder Morgaro Gomis is late, late, late challenge on Marius Zaliukas. Referee Calum Murray trots over to restore calm.

  102. Your views


    Robbie Devenney: Think I might age 10 years in these 45 minutes...

  103. GREAT SAVE!

    Rangers keeper Cammy Bell to the rescue again as he denies Kevin McHattie from close range. Can Hearts claw their way back into this game?

  104. Hearts 0-2 Rangers

    Hearts come roaring forward and Osman Sow is about to wind up the boot for a shot but Darren McGregor is back in the nick of time to clear the danger.

  105. GREAT SAVE!

    Jamie Walker fizzes a 25-yard shot at goal but Rangers keeper Cammy Bell gathers at the second attempt. Better play from the hosts, with a little over half an hour remaining.

  106. Hearts 0-2 Rangers

    Hearts are toiling to create anything of note as they seek to eat into Rangers' two-goal lead. Tynecastle has reduced from white-hot to stormy.

  107. Falkirk 0-2 Hibs

    Hibs, who began the day a point ahead of Rangers in second place, are two goals to the good at the Falkirk Stadium as they seek to secure second place in the Championship.

    Hibs celebrate
  108. Hearts 0-2 Rangers

    Liam McLeod

    Football Commentator, BBC Scotland

    "Emotions are running high as Robbie Neilson watches on from behind the Hearts dugout..."

  109. GOAL

    Alloa 2-0 Cowdenbeath (Gordon)

    Ben Gordon heads the ball home from Mark Docherty's cross as Alloa double their lead.

  110. Your views

    Ross Moffat: Straightforward call to be honest. Commentators making an issue of an easy decision.

    David Ironside: At the other end would it have been given? We all know the answer to that one.

    Osman Sow and Cammy Bell contest a through ball
  111. KICK-OFF

    We're getting under way in the second half across all this afternoon's Championship games.

  112. Post update


    Jonathan Sutherland

    BBC Scotland

    Credit is due to the ref. Great call from Calum Murray on the Hearts penalty claim...

  113. Hearts hot topic

    Referee Calum Murray is receiving criticism on Facebook and Twitter over the Osman Sow/Cammy Bell incident at Tynecastle.

    BBC Sportsound pundit Tom English says it looks like the goalkeeper got a touch on the ball.

  114. Championship - Your viwes


    Tom and 20 others: I can endure much of football's wanton cruelty, but if it conspires 2 make me cheer a Hearts goal I might never 4 give it.

  115. HALF-TIME

    Alloa 1-0 Cowdenbeath

    Dumbarton 1-0 Raith Rovers

    Falkirk 0-2 Hibs

    Hearts 0-2 Rangers

    Livingston 0-0 Queen of the South

  116. Hearts 0-2 Rangers

    Rangers lead at the break courtesy of goals from Darren McGregor and Kenny Miller. Hearts players, seething as they leave the field, are ushered up the tunnel.

    The Osman Sow/Cammy Bell incident has created a white-hot Tynecastle...

  117. GOAL

    Falkirk 0-2 Hibs (Cummings)

    Jason Cummings doubles Hibs' lead with a simple finish from close range. Alan Stubbs's men are motoring on...

  118. GOAL

    Hearts 0-2 Rangers (Miller)

    Now, then. Kenny Miller fires home from close range to double Rangers' lead. However, the Hearts fans are in uproar. The hosts were hollering for a penalty as Cammy Bell appeared to clip Osman Sow in the box as the striker looked to round the keeper, but referee Calum Murray was uninterested.

    Hearts boss Robbie Neilson is spoken to by the referee; Tynecastle is at boiling point...

  119. 'Increasingly dangerous'

    BBC Sportsound pundit Murdo MacLeod

    "Hibs will be looking to get a second goal because Falkirk are looking increasingly dangerous at the other end."

  120. Alloa 1-0 Cowdenbeath

    Liam Buchanan denied again after some last ditch defending from Cowdenbeath. It's still one way traffic for Alloa.

  121. GOAL

    Hearts 0-1 Rangers (McGregor)

    Cross. Header. Goal. Rangers draw first blood in a pulsating encounter at Tynecastle as Darren McGregor bullets home Nicky Law's free-kick.

    The Scottish capital is crackling away with this encounter...

    Darren McGregor doubled Rangers' lead
  122. Hearts 0-0 Rangers

    Dean Shiels scurries down the left and angles back as Rangers aim to break the deadlock but his progress is halted by Ozturk.


    Ryan McCord thumps the crossbar from 35 yards as the home side continue to be on the front foot.

  124. Falkirk 0-1 Hibs

    Martin Boyle fired Hibs in front at the Falkirk Stadium, boosting their hopes of securing second place.

    Maritn Boyle fires Hibs in front
  125. Alloa 1-0 Cowdenbeath

    Liam Buchanan almost makes it two after taking the through ball on the bounce, but Cowdenbeath goalkeeper Robbie Thomson touches it wide for a corner. Only one team in it just now...

  126. Hearts 0-0 Rangers

    Tempers are fraying at Tynecastle. Kevin McHattie and Haris Vuckic exchange pleasantries as referee Calum Murray acts as peace envoy to defuse the situation.

    Haris Vuckic and Kevin McHattie clash

    Hearts striker Osman Sow, with the kind of tumble Willem Dafoe would've blushed at in the film Platoon, earns a booking for simulation as he collapses under the close attention of Marius Zaliukas.

    Referee Calum Murray brandishes the yellow card with aplomb.

  128. Hearts pressure

    Hearts skipper Danny Wilson looks to head home from a corner but the Rangers defence does just enough to put the defender off his stride. Another corner for the hosts, but Stuart McCall's men hold firm.

  129. Rangers press

    After weathering some early Hearts pressure, Rangers venture forward and veteran marksman Kenny Miller, free on the left, drags a shot wide of the Hearts goal.

    It remains goalless at Tynecastle after 15 minutes but the game is bubbling away nicely.

  130. Bairns respond

    Falkirk have come roaring back after falling behind to that early Martin Boyle goal but Hibs' lead remains intact.

  131. GOAL

    Alloa 1-0 Cowdenbeath (Chopra)

    Michael Chopra fires home from close range, his first for the club in what could be his last game.

  132. GREAT SAVE!

    What a chance! What a save! Jamie Walker collects a superb through ball from Pallardo as Hearts slice through the Rangers rearguard but Walker's effort is brilliantly saved by the on-rushing Cammy Bell.

  133. Hearts can't capitalise

    Hearts fail to profit from the set piece after that foul on Jamie Walker; Tynecastle, though, is rocking. What an atmosphere.

  134. GOAL

    Falkirk 0-1 Hibs (Martin Boyle)

    Hibs draw first blood as Martin Boyle surges into the box and arrows a superb shot into the bottom corner. "Hibs are in a really strong position for second spot now," says our man Rob Maclean.


    Rangers hitman Haris Vuckic earns the first yellow card of the day at Tynecastle after chopping down Jamie Walker as he slalomed towards the Rangers goal.

    Free kick in a promising position for the hosts.

  136. Let battle commence

    Liam McLeod

    Football Commentator, BBC Scotland

    "Huge, huge games today in the Championship...."

  137. Hearts v Rangers

    A breathless start at Tynecastle, where the Hearts fans are in party mood, as the ball is fizzing about the pitch as both sides aim to settle.

  138. Hang onto your hats...

    We're under way in the Championship!

  139. The Championship table

    Scottish Championship top six
    Scottish Championship table
  140. 'Really exciting'

    Hibs boss Alan Stubbs

    "From a fans' point of view, it's really exciting. With the way social media's going, we'll hear a lot of oohs and aahs..."

    We thought the Hibs boss was going to break into the Gina G classic Ooh Aah Just A Little Bit.

  141. Rangers skipper on the bench

    Rangers manager Stuart McCall, who publicly supported captain Lee McCulloch recently amid booing from some Rangers fans, has dropped the veteran to the bench.

    Rangers captain Lee McCulloch (left) has dropped to the bench

    "That [booing] had no part in my thinking," McCall has just told BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound.

    "He's been fantastic with the lads; he's more than happy to play a part: in the dressing room and on the bench."

  142. SPFL/Tickets story - Your views


    Paul Montgomery: Finally teams try to do something to help the fans and it gets criticised #bbcscotfootball


    Falkirk: MacDonald, Duffie, McCracken, Grant, Dick, Kerr, Vaulks, Taiwo, Alston, Sibbald, Baird. Subs: Muirhead, Smith, Bowman, Cooper, Blair, Morgan, Shepherd.

    Hibernian: Oxley, Forster, Hanlon, Fontaine, Boyle, Allan, Robertson, Craig, Stevenson, Cummings, Malonga. Subs: Gray, Stanton, Handling, Fyvie, Dja Djedje, Cerny, Martin.

    Referee: Don Robertson

  144. SPFL/Tickets story - Your views

    You've been discussing the SPFL/tickets story on our Facebook page.

    Michael Watson: Not that it's any of my business! But the new board's worth a job or two. Can't it not just let everyone in and pay the SPFL the difference? Or not! Either way nothing to do with me.

    Alistair Miller: Queens were not against charging for the play offs. Why Rangers, who are a team recovering from financial difficulties, wants to allow fans in for nothing defeats me. It doesn't seem logical at all.

    Steven Cairney: Double standards as they let Hibs do it last year for season ticket holders in their play-off against Hamilton. The SPFL just make things up as they go along proven by the Meekings debacle.

    Paul MacBeath: Could they not then just charge £1, and give away a "free" raffle ticket to get around that?

    Derek Scott: Out of order SPFL! if they done that for Hibs last year should do the same this year ... maybe HIBS, RANGERS and QOS should all boycott games and play in empty ground to protest against SPFL decision.

  145. Get involved

    Is your club involved in today's nerve-shredder? Are you heading to the game or will you be pacing the living room floor? Hiding behind the couch? Listening to Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon to restore calm?

    Let us know what you think as the afternoon unfolds via text to 80295 or tweet @bbcthomasmcg using #bbcscotfootball

  146. Ticket issue

    Some football news to bring you this morning...

    The Scottish Professional Football League have told Rangers they cannot let Ibrox season-ticket holders into the play-offs for free.

    Rangers supporters

    Rangers and Motherwell had both stated their intention to follow Hibs' lead from their home play-off last season.

    On that occasion the Easter Road side were informed by the league that the rule breach would not be prosecuted.

    However, SPFL Chairman Ralph Topping said: "Our rule book is not a pick and mix."

    Read our story here.


    Hearts: Gallacher, Paterson, McHattie, Wilson, Ozturk, Gomis, Walker, El Hassnaoui, Nicholson, Pallardo, Sow. Subs: Hamilton, Oliver, Keatings, Anderson, McKay, Zeefuik, McGhee. Subs: Hamilton, Oliver, Keatings, Anderson, McKay, Zeefuik, McGhee.

    Rangers: Bell; Foster, McGregor, Zaliukas, Wallace; Shiels, Law, Murdoch, Vuckic; Miller, Clark. Subs: Simonsen, Mohsni, McCulloch, Black, Boyd, Walsh, Hardie.

  148. Today's Championship games

    This afternoon's Championship games, all getting under way at 12:15, are:

    Alloa v Cowdenbeath

    Dumbarton v Raith Rovers

    Falkirk v Hibs

    Hearts v Rangers

    Livingston v Queen of the South

  149. Championship calculations

    The Championship firecrackers get under way at 12:15 today. What will Hearts and Rangers have in store?

    Hearts v Rangers

    Hearts have won the league comfortably and at the top of the table the only issue to be played for is who comes second and awaits the winner of the play-off matches between the third- and fourth-placed teams.

    The winner of those play-off games then take on the team finishing 11th in the Premiership over two legs for a place in the top tier next season.

    Hibernian will finish second if they beat Falkirk or by bettering or matching however many points Rangers get away to Hearts.

    Rangers will finish second if they win and Hibs do not.

    If Rangers draw and Hibs lose, Hibs will be second by virtue of superior goal difference - unless Rangers and Hearts drew 0-0 and Falkirk beat Hibs 5-0, in which case points, goal difference, goals for and goals against would be identical.

    In that case, Hibs would finish second by dint of having a better record in their head-to-head meetings with the Ibrox side.

    At the other end of the table one of Cowdenbeath, Livingston and Alloa will finish bottom and be relegated automatically.

    Another one of the three clubs will finish second bottom and enter a play-off for a Championship place against the winner of the play-offs in League One.

  150. Look to the skies...

    There is much to play for in all four divisions as the teams prepare for crucial top-six matches in the Scottish Premiership and the final round of games in the Championship, League One and League Two.

    Helicopter Pilot David Blane will be taking to the skies later with the Scottish League One trophy

    Helicopter Pilot David Blane will be taking to the skies later with the Scottish League One trophy in a nod to the days watching Airwolf.

    In short: it's all happening!

  151. Here we go...

    The sun is shining, the supporters are gathering and the nerves, no doubt, are building...

    Good morning and a warm welcome to what promises to be a bumper and pulsating live text commentary of Scottish football.

    What's up for grabs? League titles, play-off berths and all manner of other eye-watering football prizes.

    Grab a comfy seat, stick the kettle on and stay with us for the rest of the afternoon.