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Summary

  1. FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Motherwell (Rooney) (McDonald), FT: Hearts 2-0 Ross County (Paterson, Sow)
  2. FT: Dundee 1-2 Kilmarnock (Healey) (Magennis, Smith), FT: Inverness CT 0-1 St Johnstone (Craig), FT Partick Th 1-1 Hamilton (Pogba) (Imrie)
  3. Red cards for Hamilton's Tagliapietra, St Johnstone's Mackay & Hearts' Augustyn
  4. Formartine United knock Clyde out the Scottish Cup
  5. Highland League Huntly send East Stirlingshire out too

Live Reporting

By Keir Murray

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Well, and so ends another live text. Thank you very much for choosing BBC Scotland as your provider of football drama, trivia, comedy and quotes from around the country's football grounds. We're back tomorrow for St Mirren's lunchtime match against Rangers in the Championship and in the Premiership Celtic's home game against Dundee United. Have a splendid Saturday evening - and enjoy that extra hour in bed, if you so choose, when the clocks go back tonight.

  2. Post update

    Partick Thistle 1-1 Hamilton

    Hamilton player manager Martin Canning

    The boys were different class. Dougie (Imrie) pops up with a goal, which was crucial for us. I am immensely proud of the effort the boys put in today. We wanted to have a go and see if we could take something from the game. Sometimes guys like Dougie don't get the recognition they deserve."

  3. Post update

    Partick Thistle 1-1 Hamilton

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald

    "It was a poor performance. We did the hard bit, getting the goal against 10 men, and we struggled to take hold of the game after that. We sat off them. I thought the first half was really scrappy. There wasn't more than 10 passes by either side. When they went down to 10 men I expected more from us, moving the ball fro side to side. It's always hard to play against 10 men. I'm delighted for Mathias Pogba getting his goal. I thought he had a bit of an off day, he was better in his two previous games. He got his goal today so I hope he can kick on."

  4. Post update

    In the Championship, Hibs are now five points behind leaders Rangers, who play St Mirren tomorrow, thanks to their 2-1 win away to Raith Rovers. Alan Stubbs' side have won nine and drawn one of their last 10 games in all competitions. Falkirk sit third in the table, four points further back. Alloa are at the foot of the table after losing 1-0 to Morton in Greenock.

  5. Texts to 80295

    Lenny fae Stenny: "Saints fan on the way back from the game in Inverness still on a high after that late goal, refereeing display was shocking today as was Wright's decision-making at times, but it's paid off, can't wait for the semi final draw next week after we slaughter Morton on Tuesday."

    Chalky: "Just a wee text to say congratulations to Buckie Thistle with their win against Edinburgh City. I am a Queen of the South fan and I attended the game as a neutral as I happened to be in Edinburgh. I nearly left as a Buckie fan! The fans were absolutely tremendous and deserve the win. Safe journey home and best of luck in the next round!"

  6. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Motherwell

    Australian striker Scott McDonald looks fairly satisfied at having scored a leveller against Aberdeen at Pittodrie
    Image caption: Australian striker Scott McDonald looks fairly satisfied at having scored a leveller for Motherwell against Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
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    Inverness CT 0-1 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone's Liam Craig slots home from 12 yards for the only goal of the game against Inverness.
    Image caption: St Johnstone's Liam Craig slots home from 12 yards for the only goal of the game against Inverness.
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    Hearts 2-0 Ross County

    Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson

    Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson

    "All in all a good day. Disappointed to lose Blazej [Augustyn to a red card] but it's one of those things in football. The second half was a real team performance, we defended well and kept our shape. At 1-0 up you just try to see the game out but with the pace we've got I thought there was a chance we could get a second. At the start of the season the target was the top six. If we can get higher, then great."

  9. Post update

    Dundee 1-2 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Gary Locke

    "Dundee put us under pressure for the last 15 minutes but we held on. I was frustrated to take Josh Magennis off. He has had a hamstring problem, he had run his race, but his performance up until then had been very good. The front four at the moment have been very good. For 75 minutes I thought we were excellent. I couldn't be happier with the lads. They are giving us everything at the moment and I keep saying if you work you get your rewards. We're not getting carried away. The board have stuck by me. We've just got to look to the next game. [In terms of reaching top six in the Premiership] I don't really set targets."

  10. Post update

    Dundee 1-2 Kilmarnock

    Rhys Healey gave the Dark Blues hope with this superb headed goal but Killie held firm for the three points
    Image caption: Rhys Healey gave the Dark Blues hope with this superb headed goal but Killie held firm for the three points.
  11. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Motherwell

    Former Motherwell captain Craig Paterson

    "I thought Motherwell would settle for a point but they just kept going for it."

  12. Text to 80295

    Every cloud has a silver(y Tay) lining

    Deedownsouth: "The only consolation about the Dundee defeat today is that we will now get the second home derby. That is a lot of cash to lose both on the gate and possible TV cash too."

  13. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Motherwell

    Motherwell manager Mark McGhee

    "Now we've got to go to Kilmarnock and raise our game there. We had 14 players that got us the point. I've got 14 players that I can count on and that is very positive. Scott McDonald has trained well this week. He went on and did brilliantly. I am delighted for him and I am delighted with him."

  14. Post update

    Hearts creep up on Dons

    With Aberdeen drawing at home to Motherwell, 10-man Hearts have moved to within two points of the second-placed Dons thanks to their impressive 2-0 win over in-form Ross County. Celtic lead the league by a point with their game against Dundee United at Celtic Park to follow tomorrow.

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    Partick Thistle 1-1 Hamilton

    Mathias Pogba put the home side in front before Dougie Imrie earned 10-man Accies a point
    Image caption: Thistle's Mathias Pogba put the home side in front before Dougie Imrie earned 10-man Accies a point.
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    Hearts 2-0 Ross County

    Ross County's Gary Woods shakes hands with Hearts scorer Osman Sow and counterpart Neil Alexander
    Image caption: Ross County's Gary Woods shakes hands with Hearts scorer Osman Sow and counterpart Neil Alexander.
  17. Post update

    BBC Scotland football pundit Craig Paterson

    "Aberdeen are still short of that dynamism they had earlier in the season and short of confidence."

  18. Text to 80295

    Len, Edinburgh: "How Aberdeen have fallen, what's happening? Disappointing for the expectant Dons fans."

  19. Post update

    Dundee 1-2 Kilmarnock

    BBC Scotland reporter Rob Maclean at Dens Park

    "Kilmarnock have now picked up 13 points from their last six league games. They're just one behind Dundee now after winning 2-1 at Dens."

  20. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Motherwell

    The late drama at Pittodrie had the former Dons captain and manager Willie Miller telling BBC Radio Scotland listeners that he couldn't take any more excitement and that he needed to have a lie down in a dark room! Motherwell had two late chances as Danny Ward tipped over Marvin Johnston's effort and the Dons keeper saved a point by saving Lionel Ainsworth's shot.

  21. FULL-TIME

    SCOTTISH CUP - SECOND ROUND

    Annan Athletic 4-1 Berwick

    Brora Rangers 1-2 Arbroath

    Clachnacuddin 1-3 Linlithgow Rose

    Cumbernauld Colts 2-0 Auchinleck Talbot

    East Fife 0-0 Stirling Albion

    East Kilbride 1-1 Forres Mechanics

    Edinburgh City 1-2 Buckie Thistle

    Elgin City 1-0 Spartans FC

    Formartine United 2-0 Clyde

    Huntly 2-1 East Stirlingshire

    Inverurie Loco Works 2-1 Edinburgh University

    Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale 1-1 Montrose

    Nairn County 2-2 Wick Academy

    Stirling Universtity 0-2 Queen's Park

  22. FULL-TIME

    CHAMPIONSHIP

    Dumbarton 0-5 Falkirk

    Morton 1-0 Alloa Athletic

    Queen of the South 1-4 Livingston

    Raith Rovers 1-2 Hibernian

    LEAGUE ONE

    Brechin City 0-1 Albion Rovers

    Dunfermline 4-0 Forfar Athletic

    Peterhead 2-0 Airdrieonians

    Stenhousemuir 0-1 Ayr United

    Stranraer 0-3 Cowdenbeath

  23. FULL-TIME

    Aberdeen 1-1 Motherwell

  24. FULL-TIME

    Dundee 1-2 Kilmarnock

  25. FULL-TIME

    Hearts 2-0 Ross County

  26. FULL-TIME

    Inverness CT 0-1 St Johnstone

    That penalty by Liam Craig, the only shot on target in the 90 minutes, secures the win for the Perth Saints.

  27. GOAL

    Inverness CT 0-1 St Johnstone (Craig pen)

  28. PENALTY

    Inverness CT 0-0 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone have a penalty as Liam Craig is brought down.

  29. Post update

    Raith Rovers 1-2 Hibernian

    Jason Cummings lofts the ball home for a goal for Hibs at Stark's Park
    Image caption: Jason Cummings lofts the ball home for a goal for Hibs at Stark's Park
  30. GREAT SAVE!

    Aberdeen 1-1 Motherwell

    It's another brilliant save and this time it's from Aberdeen goalkeeper Danny Ward as he denies Theo Robinson with a fierce effort. It's all happening at Pittodrie!

  31. FULL-TIME

    Dumbarton 0-5 Falkirk

  32. Post update

    Liam Buchanan's two goals for Livingston, adding to earlier second-half goals by Scott Pittman and Jordan White, have put the West Lothian side 4-1 up against Queen of the South at Palmerston. The home side had led 1-0. Incredible.

  33. GREAT SAVE!

    Aberdeen 1-1 Motherwell

    It's outstanding goalkeeping from Conor Ripley to deny a bullet of a header from Shay Logan.

  34. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Motherwell

    Aberdeen are finishing strongly. Jonny Hayes and Niall McGinn both have efforts but time is running out for the home side to find a winner that would put them top of the table.

  35. Post update

    Partick Thistle 1-1 Hamilton

    Seconds before the wee Accies striker's goal, our sage-like pundit Pat Bonner, agitated at the boredom, told BBC Radio Scotland listeners: "No chances to report here. Hamilton are dominating the play when it should be the other way around!"

  36. GOAL

    Partick Thistle 1-1 Hamilton (Imrie)

    Ten-man Accies draw level as Dougie Imrie runs through the Jags defence, rounds substitute goalkeeper Ryan Scully and slots home.

  37. GREAT SAVE!

    Dundee 1-2 Kilmarnock

    And Rhys Healey almost levels for the home side as his header is brilliantly tipped over the bar by Jamie MacDonald.

  38. GOAL

    Dundee 1-2 Kilmarnock (Healey)

    Substitute Paul McGowan's cross is met by Rhys Healey, the 20-year-old on loan from Cardiff City, who heads home from six yards.

  39. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Motherwell

    That goal by Scott McDonald changes the complexion of the match at Pittodrie. Expect increased nerviness among the home support.

  40. GOAL

    Aberdeen 1-1 Motherwell (McDonald)

    It's against the run of play but Motherwell are level. They win a free-kick and Scott MacDonald sends a magnificent header past goalkeeper Danny Ward who can't get anywhere near it.

  41. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Hearts 2-0 Ross County

    How on earth? County substitute Craig Curran sticks out a leg to divert the ball home from close range but can only knock it against the post. "Miss of the season," shrieks BBC pundit Allan Preston.

  42. Post update

    Inverness CT 0-0 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone captain Dave Mackay is sent off
    Image caption: St Johnstone captain Dave Mackay is sent off at Inverness moments after Hearts skipper Blazej Augustyn had been shown the red card against Ross County
  43. GOAL

    Dumbarton 0-5 Falkirk (Alston)

  44. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-0 Motherwell

    Motherwell were the better team in the first half, but it's all Aberdeen now as they look for a second goal. Ash Taylor wins the ball and good counter-attacking play involving Peter Pawlett, Jonny Hayes and Niall McGinn sets up the Northern Irishman to send a cross over for Pawlett who tries the overhead kick, but he can't find the target.

  45. GOAL

    Hearts 2-0 Ross County (Sow)

    Osman Sow leads a Hearts attack and plays a one-two with Jamie Walker before finding the net with the aid of a deflection.

  46. GOAL

    Partick Thistle 1-0 Hamilton (Pogba)

    Partick Thistle have broken 10-man Hamilton Accies' resistance. It's David Amoo's cross that creates a simple side-foot finish for Mathias Pogba. No chance for Michael McGovern.

  47. GOAL

    Raith Rovers 1-2 Hibernian

    Big Jon Daly bullets a header past Mark Oxley in the Hibs goal. Hibs manager Alan Stubbs has been saying this week that his defence has been showing they are now more robust - let's see how they cope in the remaining minutes.

  48. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Aberdeen 1-0 Motherwell

    It's a let-off for Motherwell. Mark Reynolds knocks the ball over the line from an Adam Rooney knock-down but the assistant's flag goes up and the goal is chopped off.

    That followed a potentially game-changing moment when Aberdeen's Peter Pawlett's scuffed shot was saved by Conor Ripley and Niall McGinn can't quite connect.

  49. GOAL

    Morton 1-0 Alloa (Forbes)

    The Ton take charge at Cappielow as Ross Forbes pings a free-kick into the top corner of the pokey.

  50. Texts to 80295

    Adam in Aberdeen: "Re: Bob in Edinburgh. 'Bwa ha ha ha ha'." This is getting sinister...

  51. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-0 Motherwell

    Aberdeen's Niall McGinn gets the better of Joe Chalmers and crosses for Adam Rooney who drifts in front of the Well defence but heads onto the roof of the net.

  52. Post update

    Dundee 0-2 Kilmarnock

    BBC Scotland reporter Brian McLauchlin at Dens Park

    "What a strike that was by Steven Smith! Dundee now have a mountain to climb if they are to get back into the game. Paul Hartley reacts quickly to that second goal with Gary Harkins and Kane Hemmings replaced by Paul McGowan and Nicky Low."

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    Inverness CT 0-0 St Johnstone

    The hosts are bossing possession at the Caledonian Stadium as Liam Polworth goes close with a thumping long-range effort.

  54. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-0 Motherwell

    BBC Scotland football pundit Craig Paterson

    "I thought the loss of a late goal would floor Motherwell considering their poor form, but they've picked themselves up. They're just lacking quality balls into the box."

    Meanwhile, Keith Lasley comes off after picking up an injury and is replaced by Lionel Ainsworth.

  55. Post update

    Partick Thistle 0-0 Hamilton

    BBC Scotland reporter John Barnes at Firhill

    "Some 23 yards from goal, Lucas Tagliapietra [who has been sent off] should have let David Amoo go through on goal as Amoo's efforts so far in this game have been poor."

  56. GOAL

    Dumbarton 0-4 Falkirk (Baird)

    John Baird completes his hat-trick and leaves time to score a few more for Falkirk.

  57. GOAL

    Dundee 0-2 Kilmarnock (Smith)

    Stevie Smith rattles in a powerful left-foot strike to double Killie's lead on Tayside.

  58. RED CARD

    Inverness CT 0-0 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone skipper Dave Mackay also heads for an early bath for an over-the-top challenge on Caley Thistle left-back Carl Tremarco.

  59. RED CARD

    Hearts 1-0 Ross County

    Hearts captain Blazej Augustyn is sent off for a professional foul on Liam Boyce. The County striker lines up the resulting free-kick from the edge of the penalty box and sends it high into the stand...

  60. CLOSE!

    Hearts 1-0 Ross County

    Hearts' Jamie Walker comes so close again, this time flashing a shot just wide of the left-hand post.

  61. KICK-OFF

    The matches are resuming as I type...

  62. Post update

    BBC Scotland reporter Rob Maclean at Dens Park

    "What a transformation in the Kilmarnock team dismantled by Dundee on first weekend of season. Much the better team at Dens today."

  63. Texts to 80295

    Bob in Edinburgh is not impressed with the balance of our radio coverage: "The Dons will be back winning the league again as that is all you have talked about all afternoon, radio Aberdeen with their usual balanced coverage, the Dons are rapidly becoming the third part of the old firm with the extra media coverage every week."

  64. Post update

    Inverness CT 0-0 St Johnstone

    BBC Scotland football pundit Barry Wilson

    "St Johnstone after a bright start have really failed to push on. Inverness have dominated possession but have not created goal-scoring chances. We need something to kick-start this game. It has been poor fare."

  65. HALF-TIME

    Partick Thistle 0-0 Hamilton

  66. RED CARD

    Partick Thistle 0-0 Hamilton

    Hamilton's Lucas Tagliapietra has been sent off for pulling down Thistle's David Amoo after he had made a mess of a clearance late in the first half.

  67. HALF-TIME

    SCOTTISH CUP - SECOND ROUND

    Annan Athletic 0-1 Berwick

    Brora Rangers 0-1 Arbroath

    Clachnacuddin 0-1 Linlithgow Rose

    Cumbernauld Colts 0-0 Auchinleck Talbot

    East Fife 0-0 Stirling Albion

    East Kilbride 0-0 Forres Mechanics

    Edinburgh City 1-0 Buckie Thistle

    Elgin City 0-0 Spartans FC

    Formartine United 1-0 Clyde

    Huntly 2-0 East Stirlingshire

    Inverurie Loco Works 1-1 Edinburgh University

    Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale 1-1 Montrose

    Nairn County 1-1 Wick Academy

    Stirling Universtity 0-1 Queen's Park

  68. HALF-TIME

    CHAMPIONSHIP

    Dumbarton 0-3 Falkirk

    Morton 0-0 Alloa Athletic

    Queen of the South 1-0 Livingston

    Raith Rovers 0-2 Hibernian

    LEAGUE ONE

    Brechin City 0-1 Albion Rovers

    Dunfermline 1-0 Forfar Athletic

    Peterhead 1-0 Airdrieonians

    Stenhousemuir 0-1 Ayr United

    Stranraer 0-1 Cowdenbeath

  69. HALF-TIME

    Inverness CT 0-0 St Johnstone

  70. HALF-TIME

    Dundee 0-1 Kilmarnock

    BBC Scotland reporter Brian McLauchlin

    Gary Locke's side are well worthy of their one-goal lead at the break against a Dundee side who have rarely threatened the Kilmarnock defence. The strength and power of Josh Magennis along with the craft of Kallum Higginbotham and Rory McKenzie is the difference between the sides.

  71. HALF-TIME

    Aberdeen 1-0 Motherwell

  72. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-0 Motherwell

    Now the Dons have their tails up. Peter Pawlett goes on a driving run and cuts the ball back to captain Ryan Jack, but his powerful effort is just over the bar.

  73. HALF-TIME

    Raith Rovers 0-2 Hibernian

  74. HALF-TIME

    Hearts 1-0 Ross County

  75. GOAL

    Aberdeen 1-0 Motherwell (Rooney)

    The Dons are back. Niall McGinn picks out the unmarked Adam Rooney and he's not going to miss from close range. His glancing header finds the back of the net.

  76. GOAL

    Dumbarton 0-3 Falkirk (McHugh)

  77. Post update

    Partick Thistle 0-0 Hamilton

    BBC Scotland reporter John Barnes at Firhill

    "It has been a tentative start from both sides but Accies are having a few pot shots from around the edge of the box. Ryan Scully has replaced Tomas Cerny in the Thistle goal."

  78. GREAT SAVE!

    Hearts 1-0 Ross County

    Jamie Walker's dipping volley draws an excellent save from Gary Woods in the Ross County goal.

  79. Post update

    Aberdeen 0-0 Motherwell

    There are signs Aberdeen are starting to creep back into the game. A good exchange of passes between Niall McGinn and Jonny Hayes sets the latter up for a chance, but he fails to work the goalkeeper with his shot.

  80. Post update

    Partick Thistle 0-0 Hamilton

    Partick Thistle goalkeeper Tomas Cerny is to be replaced after sustaining an injury...once the substitute goalie readies himself.

    "That man should be ready to come on at any moment!" blasts former Celtic and Republic of Ireland keeper Pat Bonner.

  81. Post update

    Hearts 1-0 Ross County

    Hearts scorer Callum Paterson
    Image caption: Hearts scorer Callum Paterson engages in some post-goal tomfoolery at Tynecastle.
  82. Post update

    Parsimonious Parma

    A quick switch of codes. Are Edinburgh Rugby going to do an Aberdeen FC?! After four wins on the trot at the start of the Pro12 season, the capital side have lost 19-11 to Zebre in Parma.

  83. Post update

    Aberdeen 0-0 Motherwell

    It's quality build-up from Motherwell, more good movement and passing. Louis Moult and Wes Fletcher link up and almost find the opening goal. Aberdeen are looking to go top of the league but they are very much second best at Pittodrie.

  84. Post update

    Aberdeen 0-0 Motherwell

    Aberdeen are looking nervy at the back at Pittodrie. Motherwell captain Keith Lasley shoots just past the post, which causes Mark McGhee to turn away in frustration. He surely thought it was heading for the bottom corner.

  85. GOAL

    Dumbarton 0-2 Falkirk (Baird)

    Breaking news - John Baird can control wind. While others are smacking the ball straight out of play as the wind whips through the, wait for it, Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium, the dynamic Baird has the measure of the elements as he knocks in the visitors' second.

    Jason Cummings knocks Hibs into a 2-0 lead

    Over on the east coast, Jason Cummings has added to Hibs' lead and has taken his season's tally to 10. Hibs are now 2-0 up against Raith Rovers, with Cummings getting on the end of a long kick by his goalkeeper Mark Oxley to lift the ball over Kevin Cuthbert.

  86. Post update

    Aberdeen 0-0 Motherwell

    Former Motherwell captain Craig Paterson

    "Aberdeen have lost their composure at the back and their dynamism in the forward areas."

  87. Post update

    Partick Thistle 0-0 Hamilton

    Hamilton's Louis Longridge battles for the ball with Partick's Mustapha Dumbuya
    Image caption: Hamilton's Louis Longridge battles for the ball with Partick's Mustapha Dumbuya
  88. Post update

    Raith Rovers 0-1 Hibernian

    BBC Scotland football pundit Derek Ferguson

    "Hibs look as if they are just enjoying themselves at the moment. They are working their socks off and look dangerous at set pieces. They are in full control of this game."

  89. Post update

    Raith Rovers 0-1 Hibernian

    BBC Scotland reporter Charlie Mann at Stark's Park

    "There's a really good crowd here in one of the great old football stadiums as third take on second."

  90. GOAL

    Hearts 1-0 Ross County (Paterson)

    Superb strike by Callum Paterson gives Hearts the lead with the full-back lashing the ball home after Sam Nicholson's run towards the edge of the box was halted by the Ross County defence.

  91. Post update

    Aberdeen 0-0 Motherwell

    Good build-up play from Motherwell gives Marvin Johnston a chance. It's a decent effort but flies wide of Aberdeen goalkeeper Danny Ward's goal.

  92. Post update

    Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    It's been a high-tempo start at Tynecastle as Hearts striker Juanma turns smartly in the penalty area and flashes a shot over the crossbar. Callum Paterson then sends a powerful dig wide of the mark.

  93. GOAL

    Dundee 0-1 Kilmarnock (Magennis)

    Our reporter Rob Maclean suggests he might ask Josh Magennis for his Lottery numbers, such has been his run of good form and fortune. The Killie striker appeared to hang in the air before heading the ball into the corner. Only four of the outfield players who played in the Killieteam that lost 4-0 on the opening day start today.

  94. Post update

    Dundee 0-0 Kilmarnock

    You can almost smell the pies and beef-flavoured drinks

    You can almost smell the pies and beef-flavoured drinks at Dens Park.

  95. Post update

    Dundee 0-0 Kilmarnock

    The Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain has been injured in a collision with Killie winger Greg Kiltie. He should be fine to continue, thankfully.

  96. GOAL

    Dumbarton 0-1 Falkirk (Baird)

    John Baird gives the Bairns an early lead on the banks of the Clyde with his sixth goal of the season.

  97. GOAL

    Raith Rovers 0-1 Hibernian (McGinn)

    John McGinn scores the first goal in the Championship this afternoon with a beautifully struck shot. Hibs in front in Fife.

  98. Get Involved

    Before the goals start raining in, now seems a good moment to invite your contributions by texts to 80295, by Twitter using the hashtag #bbcscotfootball or by posting a comment on Facebook. Thank you.

  99. KICK-OFF

    Referees are putting whistles to lips across the country. Let's go!

  100. Post update

    Hearts v Ross County

    Ross County manager Jim McIntyre

    "We are under no illusions about how difficult a place this is to come to. We know we move up a place if we beat them. The secret of any successful club is building a spirit. We are doing that and when you have picked up some decent results that helps. We work extremely hard, I'm sure most clubs do, but you also need that bit of luck too."

  101. LINE-UPS AT TYNECASTLE

    Hearts v Ross County

    Hearts: Alexander, Paterson, Augustyn, Igor Rossi, McGhee, Walker, Buaben, Djoum, Nicholson, Sow, Delgado. Subs: Gomis, King, Hamilton, Pallardo, Swanson, Liam Smith, Zanatta.

    Ross County: Gary Woods, Fraser, Robertson, Davies, Foster, Gardyne, Irvine, Murdoch, Reckord, Boyce, Graham. Subs: Martin Woods, Boyd, McShane, Curran, Franks, Schalk, Severn.

    Referee: Alan Muir

  102. Post update

    Dundee v Kilmarnock

    Inside the Killie dressing room

    Not to be outdone, our reporter Brian McLauchlin, with a mixture of charm and nous, sneaked into the Kilmarnock dressing room at Dens Park earlier and snapped this scene of preparedness.

  103. Post update

    Partick Thistle v Hamilton

    John Barnes is all set for the match at Firhill

    This is why John Barnes is the commentator's commentator... Arrive at the ground in plenty of time having prepared meticulously, first to snaffle a free match programme, sound use of bull clips in anticipation of autumn gusts. Top pro.

    "Can Partick Thistle make it three wins in a row by beating Hamilton Accies today?" Mr Barnes asks. "Form favours the home team who are unbeaten in last five matches against the Accies."

  104. Post update

    Dundee v Kilmarnock

    BBC Scotland reporter Rob Maclean at Dens Park

    "No change to the Killie team today, but there are three changes for Dundee. McPake and Hemmings return and there's a first start for Meggatt. Out go Konrad, Calder and that Spanish defender with the long name." (That'll be Julen Etxabeguren Leanizbarrutia)

  105. Post update

    Now, when did Scotland last score seven goals without reply? Forget the misery of the men's team failing to reach a major finals for the ninth time in a row since France 98; instead, why not watch Scotland's women rattle in the goals against Belarus, courtesy of BBC ALBA and the wonders of the BBC iPlayer?

    For those visiting our website from outside the UK, Andrew Southwick's report on the match is the next best thing.

  106. Post update

    Championship preview

    With leaders Rangers taking on St Mirren tomorrow, we have second versus third at Stark's Park as Hibernian visit Raith Rovers. The Fifers have won all seven of their home matches this season, while Hibees are looking to stretch their unbeaten run to 10 games.

    Fourth-placed Falkirk are at Dumbarton, having taken just four points from their last four outings. Queen of the South host bottom side Livingston and Morton welcome Alloa to Cappielow.

  107. Post update

    Aberdeen v Motherwell

    BBC Scotland reporter Scott Davie at Pittodrie

    "This is the first match at Pittodrie since the humiliating 5-1 hammering against St Johnstone. That was their worst reverse at home since Sigma Olomouc recorded the same winning margin here in a Europa League qualifier in 2009. Of course, that was Mark McGhee's first game of a disappointing spell as Aberdeen manager and he now faces the task of delaying a Dons revival for at least one more week."

  108. Post update

    Aberdeen v Motherwell

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes

    "Twenty-four points from the first round of games wouldn't have been a bad start. For now, it's all about trying to get that improvement. Sometimes you have to dig deeper to get wins. I have no doubt in my players. We have raised the expectations here over the years. We are where we are. All the games (in the eight-game winning run) were tight in us winning them. Last week I thought there was too much eagerness, not enough calm. We were anxious with our defending. We just need to play the way we train. We have a good squad here and we will show that, hopefully today but certainly over the season."

  109. LINE-UPS AT DENS PARK

    Dundee v Kilmarnock

    Dundee: Bain, McGinn, McPake, Meggatt, Holt, Stewart, Harkins, Ross, Hemmings, Loy, Healey. Subs: Irvine, Konrad, Low, McGowan, Calder, Gadzhalov, Gourlay.

    Kilmarnock: MacDonald, O'Hara, Findlay, Balatoni, McHattie, Smith, Slater, McKenzie, Kiltie, Higginbotham, Magennis. Subs: Ridgers, Hamill, Robinson, Boyd, Westlake, Obadeyi, Ashcroft.

    Referee: Andrew Dallas

  110. LINE-UPS AT THE CALEDONIAN STADIUM

    Inverness CT v St Johnstone

    Inverness CT: O Williams, Raven, Tremarco, Vincent, Meekings, Devine, Tansey, D Williams, Polworth, Christie, Storey. Subs: Esson, Wedderburn, Horner, Vigurs, Sutherland.

    St Johnstone: Mannus, Mackay, Scobbie, Lappin, Anderson, Davidson, MacLean, Shaughnessy, Cummins, Fisher, O'Halloran. Subs: Clark, Sutton, Caddis, Easton, Kane, Craig, Thomson.

  111. LINE-UPS AT FIRHILL

    Partick Thistle v Hamilton

    Partick Thistle: Cerny, Seaborne, Welsh, Booth, Amoo, Bannigan, Lawless, Dumbuya, Lindsay, Edwards, Pogba. Subs: Scully, Miller, Doolan, Stevenson, Frans, Fraser, Muirhead.

    Hamilton: McGovern, Gordon, Kurakins, Gillespie, Imrie, Kurtaj, Morris, Longridge, Docherty, García Tena, Tagliapietra. Subs: Martin, Canning, Turner, D'Acol, McMann, Nadé, Boyd.

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    Partick Thistle v Hamilton

    BBC Scotland reporter John Barnes at Firhill

    "Two changes for Thistle. In come Mustapha Dumbuya and Ryan Edwards, who makes his first start. Out go suspended Abdul Osman and Gary Miller who is on bench. For Accies, Ali Crawford is injured and Darian MacKinnon is suspended so in come Greg Docherty and Louis Longridge."

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    Aberdeen v Motherwell

    Motherwell manager Mark McGhee

    "It's a big test for us. I'm trying to instil a bit of self-belief and organisation. We can't do too much too quickly. We have given them a shape to play against a good Aberdeen team and it us up to them to show me what they can do. I am encouraged by what I have seen in training. Everybody knows me - I have had a great relationship with people at Motherwell. Now I just have to get to know the players. What happened to me here (at Pittodrie as manager) was a huge disappointment. I really only have fond memories of my time at Aberdeen. I have looked forward to coming here."

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    Aberdeen v Motherwell

    BBC Scotland reporter Scott Davie at Pittodrie

    "Derek McInnes makes four changes to the team beaten by Ross County with Willo Flood dropping out while Andy Considine, Paul Quinn and David Goodwillie are on the bench. Ryan Jack is back after recovering illness, Peter Pawlett returns from injury with Adam Rooney and Shay Logan in as well."

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    BBC Scotland pundit Willie Miller

    "Derek McInnes will be telling his Aberdeen defence that things are repairable. When you are leaking goals it affects the confidence and it has to be sorted."

  116. LINE-UPS AT PITTODRIE

    Aberdeen v Motherwell

    Aberdeen: Ward, Logan, Shinnie, Taylor, Reynolds, McLean, McGinn, Hayes, Pawlett, Jack, Rooney. Subs: Brown, Smith, Robson, Quinn, Goodwillie, McLaughlin, Parker.

    Motherwell: Ripley, Law, Kennedy, Grimshaw, McManus, Chalmers, Pearson, Lasley, Fletcher, Johnson, Moult. Subs: Samson, Laing, Ainsworth, Robinson, Taylor, Thomas, McDonald.

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    Ah, we have some team news coming in...

  118. Post update

    The autumn downpours have claimed one of the Scottish Cup ties. Turriff United v Fraserburgh is off because of a waterlogged pitch.

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    Aberdeen v Motherwell

    BBC Scotland reporter Scott Davie at Pittodrie

    "Aberdeen can go back to the top of the table with a win. They have followed the best start to any league campaign in their history with the worst run of results since Derek McInnes took over."

  120. Post update

    There are five matches in the Premiership, four in the Championship, five in League One and a stack of 'em in the Scottish Cup second round. In the top tier, the match at Pittodrie between Aberdeen and Motherwell looks to be the pick of the bunch.

  121. Post update

    Good afternoon, all. Whether you're on your way to a game, pretending to do some DIY, feigning interest in shopping or out kicking the autumn leaves somewhere, welcome to our live coverage of today's Scottish football matches.