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Thomas McGuigan

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  1. Goodbye

    So, Hearts narrow the gap on league leaders Celtic to three points with victory at home to Hamilton Accies.

     Aberdeen halt their recent slump with a win against Dundee United at Pittodrie, while Dundee and Partick share the spoils at Dens Park. 

    St Johnstone make it seven wins from eight games, claiming maximum points against Kilmarnock, and Inverness CT prove too strong for Motherwell at Fir Park. 

    Thanks for your company this afternoon. Highlights of all today's games will be on our website from 18:00 GMT tomorrow. 

    We'll have reaction before then, plus coverage of tomorrow's Premiership fixture as Ross County host Celtic. Hope you can join us then, cheers.   

  2. Dundee United boss Mixu Paatelainen

    Aberdeen 2-0 Dundee United

    "Our first-half performance was OK. Once again that slackness crept in in the second half. If the ball is up in the air one yard from our goal line it has to be our defenders who need to react first. If they don't, we pay the price. 

    "We have to be on the front foot. Too many players are on their heels, not ready to pounce and be first on the ball. It's in every situation, whether it's attacking or defending or in transition, you have to move first and we move second." 

  3. Kilmarnock manager Gary Locke

    St Johnstone 2-1 Kilmarnock

    "It was very similar to last week [the defeat by Motherwell]. "We got the goal ahead, played some great stuff and certainly felt we looked the better team.

    "We created a few chances didn't take them and that was the difference between the two sides."

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  6. 'Bad habit of not hanging on'

    Dundee 1-1 Partick

    Partick Thistle's draw with Dundee at Dens Park feels like a defeat, according to Alan Archibald. 

    "I think it always does when you lose a late goal as we have done many times in the past few seasons and it was really sore," he said. "We have got this bad habit of not hanging on.

    "If we hang on for the three points you are creeping up towards the teams above us. 

    "Our aim was to drag the people above us back to us and drag them in and we would have done that today if we would have hung on for the last five minutes."

    Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald
  7. St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright

    St Johnstone 2-1 Kilmarnock

    "Today wasn't pretty at times but we showed we've got a real quality that, when you don't play particularly well, you can still win games. 

    "We played a lot better in the second half; we dealt well with a lot of balls into the box. "in what wasn't a pretty game we got the right result."  

    St Johnstone have won seven of their last eight games.

  8. Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes

    Aberdeen 2-0 Dundee United

    "I thought the performance was good and nice and calm. It's difficult circumstances when you don't get an early goal.

    "We had opportunities to score and we had total dominance. 

    "United stayed compact and we had to work round about their shape and keep doing the right things."  

    Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes
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  10. Motherwell 1-3 Inverness CT

    BBC Scotland's Jonathan Sutherland at Fir Park

    "An excellent match. The Motherwell fans not happy with referee Craig Thompson for deciding the penalty from Greg Tansey should be retaken. However, overall Caley Thistle were the better side and deserved the win for their fine first-half showing. 

    "Motherwell had plenty of the ball but struggled to find a cutting edge. The only cloud for Caley Thistle, more injuries - Ryan Christie and Miles Storey hobbling off." 

    Inverness CT players congratulate goalscorer Iain Vigurs

    League Two

    Arbroath 1-1 East Fife

    Berwick 1-2 Stirling

    Clyde 3-1 Montrose

    East Stirling 2-1 Queen's Park

    Elgin 3-2 Annan Athletic  


    League One

    Brechin 1-1 Ayr

    Dunfermline 0-0 Peterhead 

    Forfar 2-3 Airdrieonians 

    Stranraer 1-2 Stenhousemuir



    Morton 1-0 Livingston

    Queen of South 1-0 Dumbarton 

    Raith Rovers 1-2 Falkirk 

    Rangers 4-0 Alloa 

    St Mirren 1-4 Hibernian

  14. Hearts on the march

    The 2-0 victory at home to Hamilton Accies sees Hearts narrow the gap on league leaders Celtic to three points.  

    Robbie Neilson's side are in impressive form in their first season back in the top flight...

    Prince Buaben (centre) celebrates after opening the scoring for Hearts


    Aberdeen 2-0 Dundee United 

    Dundee 1-1 Partick 

    St Johnstone 2-1 Kilmarnock 

    Hearts 2-0 Hamilton 

    Motherwell 1-3 Inverness CT

  16. Rangers 4-0 Alloa (Clark)

  17. Hearts 2-0 Hamilton

    Late chance from Hamilton with Lucas Tagliapietra heading wide from a corner kick, however, Hearts are strolling to the three points and will feel they should have a more commanding lead based on the second half.

  18. Aberdeen 2-0 Dundee United

    Dundee United striker Billy Mckay controls a high ball up to the edge of the Dons box but by the time he gets his shot away the red-shirted Dons are back in position to thwart the attack. 

    It's looking like a home win for Aberdeen.

  19. RED CARD

    St Johnstone will finish with 10 men after Liam Craig is dismissed for a lunge on Steven Smith.

    Tommy Wright's troops must withstand late Kilmarnock pressure and numerical disadvantage if they want to secure victory.

  20. GOAL Dundee 1-1 Partick (Hemmings)

    Dundee have been huffing and puffing and now Kane Hemmings has finally blown the Partick Thistle house down with the leveller. Relief for the disgruntled home fans.

  21. Aberdeen 2-0 Dundee United

    Combative midfielder John Rankin lashes a left-foot shot at the Aberdeen goal but it comes to a halt at the steady hands of Dons goalie Danny Ward.

  22. GOAL St Mirren 1-4 Hibs (Keatings pen, hat-trick)

  23. Getting shirty

    BBC Scotland's Richard Wilson

      Emergency shirt change for @BBCDavidCurrie

    BBC Sportscene presenter David Currie
  24. Hearts 2-0 Hamilton

    Miguel Pallardo sees a header cleared off the line, then Igor Rossi fails to find the target from a corner, before Osman Sow does everything but put the ball in the net as he tries to bundle his way through the defender Jonah Lomu style.Hamilton need the next goal but if anything the Jambos have been more dominant in the second half than the opening period.

  25. GOAL Aberdeen 2-0 Dundee United (Hayes)

    Jonny Hayes puts the Dons two up as he comes in from the inside-left channel and pings a shot past Michal Szromnik. Three points for the Dons to arrest their recent slump?

  26. CLOSE! Aberdeen 1-0 Dundee United

    United's Scott Fraser fires a left-foot shot that drifts a fraction wide of Danny Ward's Aberdeen goal. That was so close to an equaliser!

    Mixu's men are still in the mix at Pittodrie.

  27. Hearts 2-0 Accies

  28. Hearts 2-0 Hamilton

    Carlton Morris hits the deck inside the area and as referee Bobby Madden blows the whistle and points to the spot, Hamilton think they have a penalty.However, whether it was a change of heart or a word in the ear from the assistant referee, the on-loan Norwich man is instead booked for simulation.

  29. GOAL Motherwell 1-3 Inverness CT (Moult)

    It’s not over yet at Fir Park! Motherwell snatch a goal back, Louis Moult slotting beyond Owain Fon Williams from a very tight angle.

    Hope springs eternal for Mark McGhee's men...

  30. GOAL Motherwell 0-3 Inverness CT (Vigurs)

    It looks like Mark McGhee will be waiting another week for that first Motherwell win. It’s Iain Vigurs, rifling in a cracking volley from 20 yards to put Caley Thistle three ahead

  31. Hearts 2-0 Hamilton

    Callum Paterson's curls a low free-kick round the wall but Michael McGovern manages to tip it wide. Accies must weather this storm if they are to stay in this game.

  32. Hearts 2-0 Hamilton

    Hearts have started the second half on the front foot. Sam Nicholson beats the offside trap on the left hand side and sends a perfectly flighted ball across goal that Arnaud Djoum is inches away from connecting with.

  33. GOAL Aberdeen 1-0 Dundee United (Rooney)

    Aberdeen break the deadlock at Pittodrie. Jonny Hayes drives at the Dundee United defence and his low cross deflects up into the air, allowing Adam Rooney to head home. Not the prettiest of goals but they all count.

  34. GOAL St Johnstone 2-1 Kilmarnock (Kane)

    St Johnstone get in front for the first time. Chris Kane strikes home to get his second of the day.

  35. KICK-OFF

    A coffee and a Star Bar later, we're back under way across the country...

  36. Dundee 0-1 Partick

    BBC Scotland's Brian McLauchlin at Dens Park

    "Alan Archibald's side looking nothing like a team languishing near the bottom of the table. 

    "With five players across the middle they are picking up any loose balls in that area and are also quick on the break.

    "Dundee boss Paul Hartley may need to his tactics if they are to find a way back into the game."


    League Two

    Arbroath 0-1 East Fife

    Berwick 0-0 Stirling

    Clyde 2-0 Montrose

    East Stirling 0-0 Queen's Park

    Elgin 2-1 Annan Athletic


    League One

    Brechin 0-1 Ayr

    Dunfermline 0-0 Peterhead

    Forfar 1-3 Airdrieonians

    Stranraer 0-1 Stenhousemuir  



    Morton 1-0 Livingston

    QoS 0-0 Dumbarton

    Raith Rovers 1-1 Falkirk 

    Rangers 3-0 Alloa 

    St Mirren 1-3 Hibernian 


    Aberdeen 0-0 Dundee United 

    Dundee 0-1 Partick 

    Hearts 2-0 Hamilton 

    Motherwell 0-2 Inverness CT

    St Johnstone 1-1 Kilmarnock 

  41. Hearts 2-0 Hamilton

  42. GOAL Motherwell 0-2 Inverness CT (Storey)

    Caley Thistle strike again before the break, loanee striker Miles Storey firing in a deflected shot that deceived Motherwell ‘keeper Conor Ripley. 

    The Highlanders two goals to the good at Fir Park, with manager John "Yogi" Hughes cutting a content figure in the main stand...

  43. GOAL Rangers 3-0 Alloa (Waghorn)

  44. Aberdeen 0-0 Dundee United

    A mistake by Ryan Jack allows Dundee United's Scott Fraser in on goal but, with options to his right and left, he chooses to have a pop at the home goal and misses the target. 

  45. CLOSE! Aberdeen 0-0 Dundee United

    Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor is well positioned to boot clear Sean Dillon's dangerous delivery into the Dons box, and at the other end midfielder Willo Flood sends a half volley over the United crossbar.

  46. Hearts 2-0 Hamilton

  47. GOAL St Mirren 1-3 Hibs (Keatings)

  48. GOAL St Mirren 1-2 Hibs (Keatings)

  49. GOAL Hearts 2-0 Hamilton (Sutchuin-Djoum)

    It's horror defending from Hamilton. A missed header allows the ball to fall for Osman Sow, who is then allowed to walk the ball through the box before passing to the unmarked Arnaud Djoum who picks his spot in the far corner.

  50. Hearts 1-0 Hamilton

    Hamilton will be frustrated they have had the better chances just before and after Hearts' goal.

    Neil Alexander does well to tip Cartlon Morris's header wide, then Lucas Tagliapietra has a free header from the corner, but puts it over the bar!

  51. Aberdeen 0-0 Dundee United

    United goalie Michal Szromnik dives sharply to his left to keep out Graeme Shinnie volley. That's the closest we have come to a goal this afternoon at Pittodrie.

  52. Hearts 1-0 Hamilton

  53. GOAL Hearts 1-0 Hamilton (Buaben)

    Prince Bauben takes aim from just outside of the box and his low bouncing ball speeds past Michael McGovern. The Northern Irishman is beaten at the near post with his national team manager Michael O'Neill watching from the stands.

    The Jambos are on course to narrow the gap on league leaders Celtic to three points.

  54. GOAL St Johnstone 1-1 Kilmarnock (O'Halloran)

    There’s a scramble in the Kilmarnock box and Michael O’Halloran eventually fires in to level for St Johnstone. Delight for Tommy Wright's troops!

  55. Aberdeen 0-0 Dundee United

    BBC Scotland's Craig Paterson

    "It's not great. There are one or two decent passes. Dundee United have fallen out of it in the last five minutes. And a team that looked electric at the start of the season don't look to have a second gear."

  56. Hearts 0-0 Hamilton

    Neither goalkeeper has had anything to do at Tynecastle in what has a been a very stop-start game. Igor Rossi's header wide the only chance of note in the opening 20 minutes.

  57. Motherwell 0-1 Inverness CT

    Another chance for Caley Thistle as James Vincent fails to connect with an incisive ball into the home box. The visitors are looking slick; Motherwell are on the ropes.

  58. GOAL Rangers 2-0 Alloa (Tavernier)

  59. GOAL Motherwell 0-1 Inverness CT (Tansey)

    The visitors draw first blood at Fir Park from the penalty spot. Conor Ripley pulls off a tremendous save from Greg Tansey’s initial spot kick, but referee Craig Thomson orders a re-take because of encroachment, and this time, the visiting midfielder makes no mistake. 

    The home fans are far from happy...

  60. GOAL Motherwell 0-1 Inverness CT (Tansey)


    Inverness CT have a penalty at Fir Park...

  62. Aberdeen 0-0 Dundee United

    Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes side-foots the ball across the face of the goal from the left when it looked simpler to knock it into the back of the United net.

  63. GOAL St Mirren 1-1 Hibs (Cummings)

  64. GOAL Rangers 1-0 Alloa (Waghorn)

  65. GOAL St Mirren 1-0 Hibs (Kelly)

  66. GOAL Dundee 0-1 Partick (Lindsay)

    Liam Lindsay's bullet header from Stuart Bannigan’s corner gives Partick an early lead against Dundee.

    Thistle do nicely for the visitors... 

    Liam Lindsay celebrates firing home Partick's opener
  67. GOAL St Johnstone 0-1 Kilmarnock (Smith)

    Steven Smithgives Kilmarnock an ideal start, heading home Kallum Higginbotham's chipped cross.

    Steven Smith is congratulated by his Kilmarnock team-mates
  68. Motherwell 0-0 Inverness CT

    BBC Scotland's John Barnes at Fir Park

    Looking forward to see how the Louis Moult Scott McDonald striking partnership works for Motherwell. Up against an Inverness side who have won only one of their six away league games this season. 

    "Motherwell's progress under Mark McGhee makes them favourites in my book."

  69. KICK-OFF

    Here. We. Go. 

    Goals please and plenty of them!

  70. Dundee v Partick (15:00)

    BBC Scotland's Brian McLauchlin at Dens Park

    "The damp dreich conditions at Dens Park may have an impact on the crowd this afternoon. It is also getting a little colder but I'm sure a few goals will help warm up those that turn up.

    "Thistle have scored in only two of their away fixtures this campaign while Dundee have found the net in every home game this term."

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  72. Inverness CT boss John Hughes

    'Need to start talking'

    "We’ve probably had more injuries than most but we just need to get on with it. 

    "No, it [my contract] is not sorted. They need to talk to each other, the chairman and my agent. I’ve always been content at Inverness, I enjoy it, I love working with this group of players and I’m sure that once they start talking, it’ll get done. 

    "But they need to start talking – hopefully that’ll get done this week."

    Inverness CT boss john Hughes
  73. Rangers v Alloa (15:00 GMT)

    BBC Scotland's Kenny Crawford at Ibrox

    "Rangers manager Mark Warburton wants his players to channel the anger and frustration from last week's loss to Hibs. 

    "Rangers make two changes: Danny Wilson and Nicky Clark drop out with Gedion Zelalem and Nathan Oduwa coming in.

    "Alloa bring in Kyle McAusland for Robbie Crawford (on loan from Rangers). 

    "Warburton admits Celtic and Scottish football in general can only benefit from having Rangers back on top flight and providing what he hopes will be a quality challenge when they get up."

  74. Hearts v Accies (15:00 GMT)

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  78. Aberdeen v Dundee United (15:00 GMT)

    Dons boss Derek McInnes

    "You’ve got to remind yourselves that we are a good side. I know my team I know we’re capable of winning games and going on good runs. We’ve got to play with a calmness.

    "I was delighted with Peter’s (Pawlett) performance against Motherwell. I like what I’m seeing with Peter – in training and the games he’s had recently.

    "Hopefully we’ll see that attacking side to our game without being too gung ho." 

    Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes
  79. European woes & domestic challenge

    Our BBC Sportsound pundits are discussing Celtic's Europa League problems and Aberdeen's recent stuttering form in the Premiership title race.

    Willie Miller doesn't buy the theory that Celtic's European ills are being caused by a lack of competition in the top flight.

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    Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths reflects on the Europa League defeat by Molde
  80. LINE-UPS


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

    Hamilton: McGovern, Gordon, Garcia Tena, Tagliapietra, Kurakins, Turner, Imrie, MacKinnon, Kurtaj, Docherty, Morris. Subs: Sendles-White, D'Acol, Redmond, Longridge, Martin, Nade, Boyd. 

    Referee: Bobby Madden

  81. United's attitude "spot on"

    Dundee United boss Mixu Paatelainen

    "This match will be exciting, plenty fighting.

    "On the training ground the boys are fantastic. Really good application, the attitude is spot on. In some matches we have been a little bit soft and off the pace. 

    "We want to make sure we are up for it right from the start.

    "We have some talented players in our squad but against Hibs we gave the ball away far too easily. Hopefully we correct that today, keep the ball much better and worry Aberdeen." 

    Dundee United boss Mixu Paatelainen
  82. Hughes that in the stand?

    BBC Scotland's John Barnes

    "Unlike Jose Mourinho, John Hughes is in the stadium and to prove it he has already taken his seat at the front of the stand. 

    "Touchline ban kicked in at 2.00pm." 

    Inverness CT boss John Hughes in the stand at Fir Park
  83. St Johnstone v Kilmarnock (15:00 GMT)

    BBC Scotland's Chick Young

    "Emotional scenes at McDiarmid Park ahead of kick off on Armed Forces day... a parade and laying of wreaths.

    "At half-time they will read out 16 names of soldiers who died in the two World Wars and who played for St Johnstone more than 100 years ago."

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  85. LINE-UPS


    Dundee: Bain, Holt, Konrad, Stewart, Low, Loy, Ross, McGowan, McGinn, Healey, Gadzhalov. Subs: Mitchell, Thomson, Hemmings, Calder, Harkins, Skelly, Irvine

    Partick Thistle: Gallacher, Seaborne, Welsh, Booth, Osman, Amoo, Bannigan, Doolan, Lawless, Dumbuya, Lindsay. Subs: Waters, Stevenson, Frans, Edwards, McDaid, Fraser, Pogba.


  86. LINE-UPS


    St Johnstone: Mannus, MacKay, Scobbie, Anderson, Davidson, MacLean, Cummins, Fisher, Easton, Craig, O'Halloran. Subs: Clark, Millar, Wotherspoon, Sutton, Shaughnessy, Kane, Thomson.

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

  87. LINE-UPS


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

    Inverness CT: Fon Williams, Tremarco, Vincent, Meekings, Devine, Tansey, Horner, Polworth, Christie, Vigurs, Storey. Subs: Esson (GK), Warren, Lopez, Wedderburn, Sutherland, Macrae.

  88. LINE-UPS


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

    Dundee United: Szromnik, Dillon, McGowan, Durnan, Dixon, Souttar, Rankin, Spittal, Fraser, McKay, Taggart. Subs: Zwick, Murray, Telfer, Donaldson, Johnson, Robson, Kuh.

  89. Hearts v Hamilton (15:00 GMT)

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    Soggy day at Tynecastle, much like the rest of the country. Robbie Neilson's high-flying Hearts looking to avenge the controversial defeat at New Douglas Park earlier in the season. 

  90. Game postponed

    The wet weather has claimed a fixture today. The League One encounter between Albion Rovers & Cowdenbeath at Cliftonhill has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch. 

    It's wetter than the Time Capsule in Coatbridge! 

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  92. Grab an umbrella...

    Where are your wellies? 

  93. Pitch perfect

    BBC Scotland's Jonathan Sutherland

    "Wetter than the Atlantic at Fir Park, but the pitch is in great condition."

    Fir Park
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    Oscar Ramage on Facebook: "Hibs: Slow start but now better..."

    Duncan Hughes: "Aberdeen: still best of the rest say."

    Stewart Venters: "Aberdeen: started awesome, going downhill fast."

    Alan Farmer: "Rangers: better, with lots to improve."

  95. Pittodrie poser

    Aberdeen will be aiming to get their Premiership campaign back on track this afternoon.

    The Dons have taken just one point from their last five league outings to slip seven points behind league leaders Celtic.

    Derek McInnes's troops lock horns with basement side Dundee United at Pittodrie. 

    For the visitors, two points adrift at the foot of the table, United boss Mixu Paatelainen has warned his squad they face a long winter unless they get a few victories under their belts.

    Aberdeen's Niall McGinn in action against Dundee United
    Image caption: The Dons will hope to stop the rot when they host United
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    Today we're asking: sum up your team's season so far in five words. 

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    We'll include the best in the live text commentary. 

  98. Today's games

    Aberdeen v Dundee United

    Dundee v Partick

    Hearts v Hamilton

    Motherwell v Inverness CT

    St Johnstone v Kilmarnock

  99. Busy day

    There are five top flight games - all 3pm kick-offs - to keep us royally entertained, plus Rangers, Hibernian and the other Championship title aspirants in action.

    Here. We. Go.  

  100. Why does it always rain on me?

    Is it raining where you are? We made our way to Pacific Quay Towers in Glasgow via canoe amid this morning's torrential rain.

    Forget the weather, though, we've got bigger fish to fry...

    Good afternoon and welcome to our live text coverage of a bumper November edition of Scottish football.  

    Couple sheltering from the rain under an umbrella