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Live Reporting

Clive Lindsay

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  1. Post update

    Thanks for your company today on a dramatic afternoon that ended with smiles in Kilmarnock, Dingwall, Stenhousemuir and Montrose as they all preserved their league places.

    Motherwell, Queen's Park and Brora Rangers experienced misery, but at least the former have a second chance in the forthcoming Premiership play-off final.

    Join us again tomorrow, when Rangers host Queen of the South and attempt to protect their 1-0 lead in the Premiership play-off quarter-final, while Forfar Athletic look to build on their 3-1 lead over Alloa Athletic in the Championship play-off final second leg.

  2. BBC Radio Scotland pundit Derek Ferguson

    "Motherwell gave themselves a mountain to climb and they just couldn't do it. They are good middle to front, but I worry for them at the back. I always say that the team coming up from the league below have the momentum."

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    Partick Thistle 1-4 Kilmarnock

    Josh Magennis (left) celebrates his goal for Kilmarnock
    Image caption: Josh Magennis (left) scored to help steer Kilmarnock clear of relegation trouble
  4. Kilmarnock manager Gary Locke on BBC Radio Scotland

    "We got a bit of stick for some of our performances.

    "But the boys showed when they get their game going they are a good team.

    "But it is nothing to celebrate. We should have never been in this position.

    "I'm just relieved to keep our place and I'm pleased for our players and the fans."

  5. Montrose defender Marvin Andrews on BBC Radio Scotland

    "Since I've been here since January, I have never realised Montrose Football Club had this number of fans.

    "The pressure was on us and then they got a man sent off and I am happy to score then Woodie made sure with a marvellous goal.

    "This is an amazing feeling. It is a small club, but I've seen today what a great club is today.

    "I cannot thank God enough for helping me be part of making history like this."

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    Well woes

    Motherwell's awful season could go from bad to worse if Scott McDonald's red card is regarded as violent conduct and leads to a three-match ban.

    That would rule the striker out for the final game of the season - and both legs of the play-off final.

    We are hearing that Motherwell will launch an appeal, but they might also have to defend captain Stephen McManus should there be retrospective action following the challenge that has led to St Mirren forward Alan Gow being taken to hospital with a cheekbone injury.

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    After all the drama, the first-ever Pyramid Play-off final ends with the status quo as Montrose extend their 92-year stay in the professional leagues. Brora Rangers, who defeated Lowland League champions Edinburgh City in the semi-final, remain in the Highland League.


    Montrose 3-1 Brora Rangers (agg 3-2)

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    Despite some nervous moments late on, Stenhousemuir will be staying in League One after edging out Queen's Park, who have now lost out on the promotion via the play-offs in five of the last six seasons.

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    Kilmarnock ended their seven-game losing streak to ensure they stay in the Premiership next season along with Ross County.

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    After amazing turnaround at the bottom of the Premiership. At one stage it looked like Ross County were going to be sucked into a final-day nail-biter with Motherwell to avoid finishing second bottom. However, County's fightback to defeat Hamilton and Motherwell's collapse away to relegated St Mirren means it is Ian Baraclough's side who await the winners of the play-offs involving Championship sides Hibernian, Queen of the South and Rangers.

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    Phew! What a dramatic afternoon. Let me draw breath!


    Dundee 1-1 Aberdeen


    St Mirren 2-1 Motherwell

  15. GOAL

    St Mirren 2-1 Motherwell (Stevie Mallan)

    Stevie Mallan sends Motherwell into the play-off as the St Mirren midfielder reminds us of that goal of the season with a long-range strike that looks to have ensured the visitors' defeat.


    Stenhousemuir 1-1 Queen's Park (agg 2-1)


    Partick Thistle 1-4 Kilmarnock

  18. GOAL

    Dundee 1-1 Aberdeen (Adam Rooney)

    Aberdeen throw everyone forward, including goalkeeper Scott Brown, but of course there's only one man they need to score as Adam Rooney makes it 28 for the season - with a bundled effort from close range.

  19. GOAL

    Montrose 3-1 Brora Rangers (Gary Wood)

    Gary Wood, Montrose's top scorer, puts the Angus side ahead on aggregate with a long-range effort. What a turnaround at Links Park.


    Ross County 2-1 Hamilton Academical

  21. GOAL

    Montrose 2-1 Brora Rangers (Marvin Andrews)

    Veteran former Rangers defender Marvin Andrews, whose own goal gave Brora a first-leg lead, levels the scores and aggregate on the day.

  22. RED CARD

    St Mirren 1-1 Motherwell

    The day has turned sour for Motherwell as former Celtic striker Scott McDonald is shown a straight red card for elbowing Thomas Reilly.

  23. GOAL

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3-0 Dundee United (Gary Warren)

    Caley Thistle are finishing with a Highland fling as Gary Warren flies in to head home from a corner.

  24. GOAL

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 2-0 Dundee United (Nick Ross)

  25. RED CARD

    Ross County 1-1 Hamilton Academical

    County are down to 10 men with midfielder Filip Kiss being shown the red card. Seems it was either for something off the ball or something said. Bit of a mystery.

  26. GOAL

    St Mirren 0-1 Motherwell (John Sutton, penalty)

    John Sutton fires Motherwell into a lead against the run of play from the penalty spot after Lee Erwin collapsed theatrically under pressure from Thomas Reilly. A very soft one.

  27. GOAL

    Partick Thistle 1-4 Kilmarnock (Josh Magennis)

    Kilmarnock are on their way to safety as Josh Magennis races clear to score and put them three goals clear.

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    St Mirren 0-0 Motherwell

    Someone is looking down on Motherwell. St Mirren have about four or five shots from close range, but somehow between goalkeeper George Long and the defence they keep the scores level.

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    St Mirren 0-0 Motherwell

    St Mirren forward Alan Gow is being stretchered off after a bad tackle by Stephen McManus.

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    Partick Thistle 1-3 Kilmarnock (Conrad Balatoni)

    Thistle defender Conrad Balatoni pulls one back for the home side, heading home following a free-kick.

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    Dundee 1-0 Aberdeen

    It was almost as if the entire 22 players were in Dundee's box in a schoolboy football rammy. Eventually, the ball is squeezed out to Barry Robson, whose low shot is pushed away by Kyle Letheren.

  32. RED CARD

    Montrose 1-1 Brora Rangers (agg 1-2)

    Brora are down to 10 men as striker Steven Mackay is sent off after picking up a second yellow card for a foul on James Webster.

  33. GOAL

    Partick Thistle 0-3 Kilmarnock (Tope Obidaye)

    Tope Obidaye rises to head his second goal of the day and Kilmarnock's third at Firhill. Gary Locke's side look to have secured their Premiership safety.

  34. GOAL

    Montrose 1-1 Brora Rangers (Colin McLean)

    Montrose's 92-year stay in the professional leagues is under threat as Brora equalise and go ahead on aggregate after Dale Gillespie's cross is headed in by Colin McLean.

  35. GOAL

    Stenhousemuir 1-1 Queen's Park (Shaun Fraser)

    Game on at Ochilview as Queen's Park draw level on the day and reduce the aggregate deficit to 2-1. It comes from a hopeful ball into the box and, as Greg Fleming rose to catch it, he was challenged (and perhaps fouled) by Shaun Frazer, but the referee Don Robertson sees nothing amiss and awards the goal.

  36. GOAL

    Ross County 1-1 Hamilton Academical (Michael Gardyne)

    Michael Gardyne fires County level to put all the pressure on Motherwell at the foot of the table.

  37. GOAL

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-0 Dundee United (Josh Meekings)

    Josh Meekings heads Inverness into the lead. United's Chris Erskine looked to clear off the line with his hand, but the referee ruled it had already crossed the line.


    St Mirren 0-0 Motherwell

    Motherwell are struggling at St Mirren Park and James Dayton forces a fine save from George Long.

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    Dundee 1-0 Aberdeen

    Luka Tankulic fires Dundee ahead against Aberdeen
    Image caption: Luka Tankulic fired Dundee ahead against Aberdeen shortly before half-time

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Dundee United

    Nadir Ciftci shows some great skill as he brings to life a dull game and forces a fine save from Caley Thistle goalkeeper Ryan Esson.


    Montrose 1-0 Brora Rangers

  42. Get involved #bbcscotfootball

    Johnny B: "The thrill of potential pitch invasion bringing the good punters of Montrose in their droves. Drover required?" Montrose had issued a warning against a potential pitch invasion if their team were close to losing.

    Tony: "If Rangers get into the top flight, this talk of 16 team top league will die away."

    Jonny Abel: "Clubs always been against 16/18 team league as they lose out on Old Firm revenue."

  43. Get involved at BBC Sport Scotland Facebook

    Brian Doig: "Fans have been advocating a bigger league for a decade now!"

    Alan Quinn: "Billy Davies next for St Mirren manager."

    Dave Thomson: "If clubs are against 16-team league, make it 14 but retain a top-six split. After two rounds of fixtures (home & away) split the league and have the sections play each other twice again. This would give an initial 26 games then 36 for the top six and 40 for the bottom six. This would retain parity in each section." Sounds like a good idea to me.

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    Ross County 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    Lucas heads Hamilton into the lead against Ross County
    Image caption: Lucas headed Hamilton into the lead against Ross County in Dingwall
  45. GOAL

    Montrose 1-0 Brora Rangers (Scott Johnston)

    Scott Johnston fires Montrose into the lead and level on aggregate from close range after his initial effort was saved.

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    Partick Thistle 0-2 Kilmarnock

    Jamie Hamill celebrates after putting Kilmarnock ahead
    Image caption: Jamie Hamill put Kilmarnock ahead after having his penalty kick saved against Partick Thistle


    Dundee 1-0 Aberdeen

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Dundee United

    Partick Thistle 0-2 Kilmarnock

    Ross County 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    St Mirren 0-0 Motherwell

    League One play-off final, second leg

    Stenhousemuir 1-0 Queen's Park (agg 2-0)

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    St Mirren 0-0 Motherwell

    Motherwell have probably the last chance of the first half at St Mirren Park, but Scott McDonald has a shot blocked eight yards from goal.

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    Partick Thistle 0-2 Kilmarnock

    Greg Kiltie goes close to settling the game for Kilmarnock, but the young striker fires just wide and then scorer Tope Obadeyi has a penalty claim rejected.

  50. GOAL

    Dundee 1-0 Aberdeen (Luka Tankulic)

    The Dons don't cover themselves in glory at the back with Donervan Daniels' header back to his goalkeeper too short. Luka Tankulic is able to nip in and lift the ball over Scott Brown.

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    Dundee 0-0 Aberdeen

    Lawrence Shankland has had to wait a long time for his first goal for Aberdeen. He drives a goalbound shot that appears to be cleared by his own team-mate David Goodwillie. No sign of a head-butt here though!

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    St Mirren 0-0 Motherwell

    Sean Kelly misses from close range for St Mirren as the relegated side seem determined to take Motherwell down with them.

  53. GOAL

    Partick Thistle 0-2 Kilmarnock (Tope Obadeyi)

    Tope Obadeyi sends a fine header past Thistle goalkeeper Scott Fox to put Kilmarnock well on their way to Premiership safety if results stay as they are elsewhere.

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    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Dundee United

    Aaron Dorans fires wide from 10 yards, missing an excellent change to put Inverness ahead after Dundee United John Souttar makes a hash of his clearance.

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    St Mirren 0-0 Motherwell

    Lee Erwin, reportedly a target for Celtic, misses a good chance to give Motherwell the lead and goalkeeper Marian Kello scoops the ball off the line from the striker's weak effort from eight yards.

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    St Mirren 0-0 Motherwell

    Alan Gow slips and misses the target for St Mirren after the Paisley side create an excellent chance in the middle of a hail storm.

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    Dundee 0-0 Aberdeen

    It's like a cup tie at Dens Park. David Goodwillie heads over the bar for Aberdeen then Luka Tankulic volleys in an effort at the other end that goalkeeper Scott Brown has to turn around the post.

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    Dundee 0-0 Aberdeen

    It is another great save from Dundee goalkeeper Kyle Letheren. Jonny Hayes slips in behind the defence and is denied from close range.

  59. Ouch!

    Partick Thistle 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Crazy scenes at Firhill, where Kilmarnock scorer Jamie Hamill is head-butted by team-mate Josh Magennis. However, none of the officials have spotted the incident and the visitors carry on with 11 men.

  60. GOAL

    Ross County 0-1 Hamilton Academical (Lucas)

    Brazilian defender Lucas fires Hamilton into the lead. Pressure all on County now minutes after Kilmarnock take the lead.

  61. GOAL

    Partick Thistle 0-1 Kilmarnock (Jamie Hamill, penalty)

    Kilmarnock take a major step towards safety against the run of play. Jamie Hamill fires them into the lead after Scott Fox initially saves the midfielder's penalty kick.


    Dundee 0-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen midfielder Peter Pawlett is given space in the middle and fires a vicious low ball that Kyle Letheren fails to hold. Then the stand-in goalkeeper has to save from Jonny Hayes as the visitors begin to up the pace.

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    Ross County 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    A Michael Gardyne shot flies across the face of the Hamilton goal and Craig Curran is unable to turn the ball in at the back post.

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    Stenhousemuir 1-0 Queen's Park (agg 2-0)

    Colin McMenamin celebrates scoring for Stenhousemuir
    Image caption: Colin McMenamin scored the opening goal of the afternoon for Stenhousemuir against Queen's Park
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    Dundee 0-0 Aberdeen

    Greg Stewart fires a shot just wide as Dundee go close to taking the lead against Aberdeen.

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    Ross County 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Ross County forced Michael McGovern into a good early save, but now Hamilton go close, with defender Jesus García Tena glancing a header wide and then volleying over the crossbar.

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    Partick Thistle 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Partick Thistle defender Frederic Frans heads just wide as the home side start the better against relegation-threatened Kilmarnock.

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    St Mirren 0-0 Motherwell

    Motherwell are already flirting with that play-off place as Stevie Mallan's free-kick finds the unmarked Sean Kelly, but the defender miss-kicks in front of goal.

  69. GOAL

    Stenhousemuir 1-0 Queen's Park (Colin McMenamin)

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland at Ochilview Stadium

    Stenhousemuir take a massive step towards League One survival as they take an early lead at Ochilview. Paul McMullan swings in a corner from the left and Colin McMenamin gets the slightest of glances to direct it into the net. 2-0 for Stenny on aggregate.

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    Montrose v Brora Rangers

    There will be a 15-minute delay at Links Park to allow a large crowd into the stadium as Montrose try to extend their 92-year stay in the professional leagues against Brora Rangers.

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    We're a minute or so away from kick-offs around the country. The sunshine appears to be dominating the skylines after a morning of heavy showers. Who will fate shine upon come 4.45pm?

  72. Get involved at BBC Sport Scotland Facebook page

    John Kerr: "Should definitely be a 16-team top-flight, including summer football. Playing each other three and four times a season is tiresome." That would seem to be the consensus among many fans, but it seems most clubs do not agree.

  73. LINE-UPS

    Stenhousemuir v Queen's Park

    Stenhousemuir: Fleming, McCormack, Meechan, Lithgow, Summers, McMullan, Faulds, Hodge, Marenghi, Grehan, McMenamin. Subs: Gallacher, Sutherland, Fotheringham, Shaw, Duncan, Watt, Moutinho.

    Queen's Park: Muir, Mitchell, Quinn, Wharton, Burns, Berry, Slattery, Woods, McElroy, Fraser, McPherson. Subs: Carter, George, Hynes, MacGregor, McVey, Gibson, Rooney.

  74. LINE-UPS

    Montrose v Brora Rangers

    Montrose: McKenzie, Masson, Steeves, Andrews, Crawford, Cameron, Webster, Watson, Scott Johnston, Ross Campbell, Garry Wood. Subs: McCafferty, Moyes, Graham, McCord, O'Neill, Milne, McIntosh.

    Brora Rangers: Malin, Kettlewell, McDonald, Munro, Gillespie, Martin Maclean, Greig, Richardson, Colin Maclean, Sutherland, Steven Mackay. Subs: Allan, Martin, Hind, Porritt, MacLean.

  75. BBC Radio Scotland pundit Derek Ferguson

    "Kilmarnock have been on an awful run and I thought they would be dragged into the relegation battle. But there will be 11 buses coming up here, they will have plenty of support today and I think this might be the day they do enough to stay up. Partick Thistle have had a good season, but they might take the eye off the ball."

  76. BBC Radio Scotland pundit Allan Preston

    "I've got an awful feeling that Kilmarnock are on a Hibs run from last year. I fear for them and I hope it doesn't happen as Gary Locke deserves a break after what happened at Hearts last season. I think Ross County will get the win today and it will come down to Kilmarnock and Motherwell next week."

  77. LINE-UPS

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Dundee United

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

    Dundee United: Cierzniak, Dixon, Fojut, Souttar, Dillon, Rankin, Butcher, Telfer, Erskine, Ciftci, Muirhead. Subs: Szromnik, Spittal, Smith, Anier, Coote, Connolly, Johnson.

  78. Ross County manager Jim McIntyre on BBC Radio Scotland

    "There's everything at stake and it becomes a two-game season.

    "It is important we get three points to put ourselves in a strong position going into the last match.

    "If we mirror last week's match, we would win the match as it was a freak result.

    "Hamilton have turned the corner after their poor run and have decent players and energy.

    "They beat us up here last time, so we have to be wary."

  79. Get involved #bbcscotfootball

    Robert Kennedy: "Once Dave King puts his 50 million in, Jose Mourinho will probably get the gig at Rangers." Do I detect a bit of sarcasm there in regards to Stuart McCall's position as manager with Rangers?

  80. Get involved on the BBC Sport Scotland Facebook page

    Grant Campbell: "There should be a bigger top flight league, for definite."

    Scott Hinton: "Summer football would be common sense, but it seems it's better to have postponed games, muddy pitches and you can't beat wrapping up in your best winter clothes, going to a game in icy wet weather, fling in the wind hitting me in the face. I canny believe I only have to spend best part of £50 to do it, cheap at half the price."

    Andrew McGregor: "Simple - 16-team league with play-offs for last euro and relegation/promotion spots. Play over summer and take winter off."

  81. Motherwell manager Ian Baraclough on BBC Radio Scotland

    "It is buoyant, it is a good place to be around, but it has been that for a while now.

    "We won the last one we were here, so I will take a repeat of that.

    "Our preparation has been to combat St Mirren's renewed energy because they don't have points at stake."

  82. Kilmarnock manager Gary Locke on BBC Radio Scotland

    "They have trained well and hopefully they can get the result we need to stay in the league.

    "We have got to forget what has happened in the past.

    "Our changes are not just to freshen it up, but Alexei Eremenko is a creative force we missed last week and Mark Connolly is a no brainer to come in now he is fit as he is a leader on the pitch."

  83. Post update

    Congratulations to former Hamilton manager Alex Neil. He has just led his Norwich City side to the Premier League play-off final in England after a 3-1 victory over East Anglian rivals Ipswich Town.

  84. LINE-UPS

    Dundee v Aberdeen

    Dundee: Letheren, Irvine, McPake, Gadzhalov, Colquhoun, Thomson, McGowan, McGinn, McAlister, Stewart, Tankulic. Subs: Brodie, Black, Ferry, S. McGinn, Harkins, Wighton, Harris.

    Aberdeen: Brown, Logan, Considine, Taylor, Daniels, Hayes, Smith, Robson, Pawlett, Goodwillie, Shankland. Subs: Langfield, Anderson, Rooney, Low, Harvie, Ross, Wright.

  85. LINE-UPS

    Ross County v Hamilton Academical

    Ross County: Reguero, Fraser, Quinn, Irvine, Reckford, Kiss, Gardyne, De Vita, Woods, Curran, Boyce. Subs: Quinn, Brittain, Burgess, McLeod, Sernas, Dingwall, Tait.

    Hamilton Academical: McGovern, Tagliapietra, Garcia Tena, Gillespie, Lyon Imrie, Crawford, Lyon MacDonald, Longridge, Mackinnon, Brophy. Subs: Canning, Scotland, Hasselbaink, Watson, Docherty, McMann, Hill.

  86. LINE-UPS

    Partick Thistle v Kilmarnock

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

    Kilmarnock: Samson, Barbour, Pascali, Westlake, Hamill, Connolly, Obadeyi, Slater, Eremenko, Magennis, Kiltie. Subs: Brennan, McKenzie, Johnston, Ashcroft, O'Hara, Cairney, Eccleston.

  87. LINE-UPS

    St Mirren v Motherwell

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

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

  88. McParland for St Mirren?

    Celebrity St Mirren fan and BBC man Chick Young is reporting Ian McParland, the former Dunfermline striker and one-time Notts County manager, is one of those who have applied for the St Mirren manager's job.

  89. St Mirren chairman Stewart Gilmour on BBC Radio Scotland

    What is Gary Teale's future as manager?

    "It is not a pleasant thing to be going down.

    "But we must look forward and we have an important seven days ahead of us.

    "We have several applications and we have Gary there.

    "We will look at what's out there and compare that to what Gary has done.

    "It would be wrong to look at what is out there. They have to be good with youth.

    "The sale of the club is dormant until someone comes in with an offer."

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    Stenhousemuir v Queen's Park

    One significant fixture I haven't mentioned yet is at Ochilview Park, where Stenhousemuir start favourites to retain their League One status against Queen's Park.

    The Spiders not only lost the midweek home leg 1-0 but have an unenviable record of having lost out in four out of the last five play-offs in their attempts to win promotion.

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    Partick Thistle v Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock fans will be especially nervous going into today's game away to Partick Thistle, with Gary Lock's relegation-threatened side having already lost seven consecutive games - their worst ever run.

    Another defeat and the window could open for Motherwell to stage a great escape from the Premiership play-off place.

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    Caledonian mankini

    John Hughes' Inverness have already qualified for Europe for the first time and it could provide a sight for sore eyes today at Caledonian Stadium.

    Back in February, first-team coach Scott Kellacher made a dressing-room vow to wear a mankini during today's warm-up should they finish in third place in the Premiership.

    We await with baited breath to see if he mankinis up to terrorise the visiting Terrors now they have done so.

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    Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Dundee United

    Dundee United travel to Inverness in this afternoon's one game of significance in the top six of the Premiership.

    St Johnstone edged a point ahead of United in the race to finish fourth after last night's 1-1 draw with Celtic.

    Fourth place will provide a back-door into the Europa League qualifiers if hosts Caley Thistle beat Falkirk in the Scottish Cup final.

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    Sport around the BBC

    Remember there's a cornucopia of ways for your eyes and ears to enjoy Scottish sport on the BBC this afternoon.

    You can listen to updates and chat from around the grounds on Open All Mics on BBC Radio Scotland MW, there's commentary from Glasgow Warriors' bid to finish top of the Pro12 as they host Ulster on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW, while Edinburgh chase a place in the play-offs for the European Champions Cup as they host Leinster, with live pictures on BBC Alba.

  95. Get involved #bbcscotfootball

    With no early kick-off, it is a bit of a live text sprint today, but we still welcome your thoughts on this afternoon's events and any other of this week's talking points.

    Should Stuart McCall and Gary Teale have to re-apply for their own jobs at Rangers and St Mirren? Should the SPFL consider expanding the Premiership to 16 teams? And what do you think of the idea of the League Cup starting in June with a return to a sectional format?

    Tweet us #bbcscotfootball, text at 80295 or comment on the BBC Sport Scotland Facebook page.

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    At the other end of the SPFL, second-bottom Motherwell are teetering on the brink of being condemned to a Premiership play-off against a side from the Championship.

    The Fir Park side, who visit relegated St Mirren, must at least match any points picked up by Ross County and Kilmarnock against, respectively, Hamilton Academical and Partick Thistle to take the drama into next weekend's final round of fixtures.

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    Montrose v Brora Rangers

    Highland League champions Brora, with a local population of a little over 1,000 people, are on the brink of becoming the first club to win a place in the Scottish Professional Football League via a Pyramid Play-off.

    They lead Montrose, who finished bottom of League Two, 1-0 after the first leg at Dudgeon Park.

  98. Post update

    Welcome to another potentially dramatic day in the Scottish football calendar, with teams in all divisions battling to avoid relegation or win promotion, while history could be made at Links Park, where Montrose entertain Brora Rangers.