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- Celtic 0-0 Kilmarnock
- Live commentary of match at Celtic Park on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW and online
- Hearts 1-1 Dundee (Djoum) (Loy), Dundee Utd 1-2 St Johnstone (MacKay) (Kane, Davidson)
- Partick Thistle 2-1 Inverness (Doolan, Stevenson) (Storey), Ross County 2-0 Motherwell (Curran, Dingwall)
- Quote Message: I can’t argue that they didn’t deserve to win 3-0. I thought we were disappointing in all areas of the field and all areas of the game. They had more energy, they were more aggressive, they were better in every area of the pitch” from Mark McGhee Motherwell manager
- Quote Message: I thought we were poor. We never performed, never moved the ball quickly enough and started going through the motions. If we want to try and push up the league and do as well as we can then it needs to be better than that” from Robbie Neilson Hearts head coach
- Quote Message: It was a bit of a patchy performance. Delighted with the result, we’ll take it all day long. We’ve been on the wrong end of late goals, we’ve lost a few bad ones so delighted to be on the right end today” from Alan Archibald Partick Thistle manager
- Quote Message: It’s the same old story for us. We’re not consistent for 90 minutes. Our Achilles heel this season is losing goals in injury time. You have to have character to see a game out, get over the line, even if it’s taking a point. You’ll not see a worse goal throughout Scotland than Partick’s winner” from John Hughes Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager
- SMS Message: No need for b teams with an 18 team league playing twice in a season and the reserve league brought back from Jimmy Dalry
- Quote Message: It’s not unrealistic that we could split Hearts and Aberdeen if we continue in this form. It was a great result today because in terms of performances from [Dundee United], it’s probably as good as I’ve seen them this season. We had to be really on our mettle and we proved what a good side we are" from Tommy Wright St Johnstone manager
- Quote Message: I thought we were terrific. We took the game to Hearts and possibly could have won it. I thought the second half we were great. We looked a threat on the break and we controlled it in spells from Paul Hartley Dundee manager
- Quote Message: We thoroughly deserved the three points. It didn’t matter how we got three points, it was so important we got back to winning ways, especially here in Dingwall" from Jim McIntyre Ross County manager
- Quote Message: I honestly don’t believe we were at our best. They find a way to win. There are going to be lots of twists and turns from now, and we’re only in November” from Alan Stubbs Hibernian head coach
- Quote Message: We lacked a bit of quality. We just got sloppy, a little bit loose in possession. We did create chances but not enough" from Mark Warburton Rangers manager
Brechin City goalkeeper Graeme Smith had to make an 83-mile dash north to make his side's game against Stenhousemuir after going to the wrong stadium.Copyright: SNS
- SMS Message: United had to sign Higginbottham in the summer. Takes a man on and creates. Something we are missing from Anon
- Quote Message: Should've scored but, in the end, we had not enough quality. They hardly had a shot on target" from Ronny Deila Celtic manager
- Quote Message: "Work-rate takes you a long way in the game. I thought we defended well for 90 minutes and Greg Kiltie could've nicked it at the end." from Gary Locke Kilmarnock manager
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Hearts miss the chance to reduce Celtic's six-point lead at the top of the division. Aberdeen can now go second and to within five points of the leaders if they beat Hamilton Academical on Sunday.
St Johnstone, Ross County and Dundee consolidate their top-six places.
Kilmarnock move to within a point of eighth-placed Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Motherwell slip to second bottom with Partick Thistle now ahead of them on goal difference. Both hold a six-point advantage over basement side Dundee United.
- Quote Message: Kilmarnock were rewarded for their organisation, endeavour and resolute nature. They needed some fine goalkeeping, as well as occasional moments of poor composure from Celtic, but they earned their point. The sight of Scott Brown hobbling off gingerly afterwards would have been more troubling to the home side than two dropped points, though" from Richard Wilson BBC Scotland at Celtic Park
Alloa Athletic 0-1 Hibernian
Dumbarton 3-3 Raith Rovers
Livingston 1-1 Rangers
Queen of the South 2-2 Falkirk
Scottish League One
Albion Rovers 1-1 Dunfermline Athletic
Ayr United 3-0 Airdrieonians
Brechin City 1-2 Stenhousemuir
Peterhead 7-0 Cowdenbeath
Stranraer 0-0 Forfar Athletic
Scottish League Two
Annan Athletic 2-2 Arbroath
Berwick Rangers 0-5 Clyde
East Stirlingshire 3-1 Montrose
Elgin City 4-2 East Fife
Queen's Park 1-0 Stirling Albion
Very much a game of two halves at Tynecastle as Dundee's second-half performance earns them a point after Hearts had the better of the opening period.
Saints claim a sixth straight away win as United suffer a third successive defeat.
Hibs draw level with Scottish Championship leaders Rangers.
Resounding win for Ross County as Motherwell slip to second bottom.
That late Ryan Stevenson goal gives Partick Thistle a precious three points.
Celtic drop two points against Kilmarnock for the second time this season.
Celtic captain Scott Brown, just back from injury, is hobbling at Celtic Park.
Liam Boyce's penalty rounds off a good day's work for Ross County with their third goal against Motherwell.
Ryan Stevenson's free-kick evades everyone and finds its way into the net.
Kilmarnock have been mostly on the defensive against Celtic but have had a few chances in the second half, Greg Kiltie going close in their latest push forward.
Two goals in a matter of minutes as Falkirk take the lead through Lee Miller then Iain Russell levels things up again for Queens.
- Quote Message: There has been more substance shown by Dundee United today but they need to raise it if they are to take anything from this match. St Johnstone homing in on their sixth straight away win from Jonathan Sutherland BBC Scotland at Tannadice
Greg Stewart shoots wide from a short Dundee free-kick before Callum Paterson fires a left-foot shot at goalkeeper Scott Bain up the other end. The ball is then back in Hearts' box where it bounces around but will not fall kindly for a white shirt.
- Quote Message: Celtic are camped inside the Kilmarnock half, where a combination of rugged organisation and some desperate defending have held them at bay. The home side keep probing and will still feel that the weight of pressure will eventually tell, but Kilmarnock's spirit has been impressively resolute" from Richard Wilson BBC Scotland at Celtic Park
Hearts at one point were looking comfortable and were closing the gap on Celtic at the top of the table, but now they may well be fortunate to take a point. Kevin Thomson broke through the defence and tested Neil Alexander from close range. Dundee sense they can snatch all three points.
Great double save from Owain Fon Williams in the Caley Thistle goal, denying first Partick's Steven Lawless, then replacement Robbie Muirhead on the rebound.
Rory Loy finds space down the left-hand side, cuts inside and picks his spot past Neil Alexander. Hearts had previously gone over six hours without conceding a goal.Copyright: SNS
Tony Dingwall ends a flowing passing move with a good finish.
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Steven MacLean's effort from 12 yards is way too high. Still just the one-goal deficit for United.Copyright: SNS
John Rankin brings down Chris Kane and is booked. St Johnstone have a spot-kick.
Firhill stands as one and applauds in the 66th minute for former Partick Thistle chairman Brown McMaster, who passed away earlier this month, aged 66.
- Quote Message: Did Ryan McGowan dive or should he have had a penalty? Hard to tell from our position. Referee Craig Thompson in no doubt, booking the Australia international for simulation. Definitely one for us to muse over from the comfort of the Sportscene studio tomorrow night, BBC One Scotland at 22:30" from Jonathan Sutherland BBC Scotland at Tannadice
Sam Nicholson tries an ambitious effort from a Hearts free-kick; attempting to find the bottom corner with an audacious lob. Scott Bain manages to read it and tip the ball over, one of a number of fine saves by the Dundee goalkeeper this afternoon.
Leighton McIntosh has knocked in a hat-trick as Peterhead lead Cowdenbeath 6-0. Rory McAllister has got his 20th of the season in that one...
Leigh Griffiths volleys over the Killie crossbar.
Jason Cummings gives second-placed Hibs the lead over Alloa Athletic. As things stand, the Easter Road side would draw level on points with leaders Rangers...
Celtic v Kilmarnock is the only Premiership game without a goal so far...
- SMS Message: 2-0 celtic from Anonymous
Ryan McGowan goes down in the St Johnstone penalty area following a challenge by Liam Caddis and the United player is booked for simulation.
Livingston are now level against leaders Rangers after Myles Hippolyte fires in. Hibernian still goalless at Alloa Athletic.
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Games resuming for the second half...
Alloa Athletic 0-0 Hibernian
Dumbarton 0-2 Raith Rovers
Livingston 0-1 Rangers
Queen of the South 1-1 Falkirk
Scottish League One
Albion Rovers 1-1 Dunfermline Athletic
Ayr United 2-0 Airdrieonians
Brechin City 0-1 Stenhousemuir
Peterhead 4-0 Cowdenbeath
Stranraer 0-0 Forfar Athletic
Scottish League Two
Annan Athletic 1-0 Arbroath
Berwick Rangers 0-1 Clyde
East Stirlingshire 1-0 Montrose
Elgin City 2-2 East Fife
Queen's Park 0-0 Stirling Albion
- Quote Message: What a rollercoaster half at Tannadice. Dundee United will have been delighted with how their new-look formation worked, as they took a 1-0 lead through Billy McKay. But St Johnstone know how to score goals and their effervescence in the final third eventually returned to the fore. A venomous header from Chris Kane followed by an effort bundled home by Murray Davidson. The force is with the Saints" from Jonathan Sutherland BBC Scotland at Tannadice
- Quote Message: Arnaud Djoum with the only goal of the first half and the home side deservedly in front. The Belgian midfielder is playing just behind striker Osman Sow and is capitalising on any mistakes made by the Dundee defence" from Brian McLauchlin BBC Scotland at Tynecastle
- Quote Message: Celtic will feel that the authority in this game belongs to them. They have enjoyed more possession and the better individuals have been on their side - James Forrest, in particular, Scott Brown and Tom Rogic - but Kilmarnock have been aggressive, snapping into tackles, and willing to try to pass the ball upfield when they can. The visitors have not created a clear chance, compared to the three chances that Leigh Griffiths has spurned, but the game remains intriguingly in the balance" from Richard Wilson BBC Scotland at Celtic Park
The hosts lead at Tynecastle at the interval.
County hold a narrow advantage at the break.
Quite an end to that first half with Saints coming from behind to lead.
Saints take the lead for the first time. Joe Shaugnessy has a great chance but his volley goes awry only for Murray Davidson to touch home from close range.Copyright: SNS
No goals so far at Celtic Park.
It's level at the break at Firhill.
A powerful Chris Kane header from a corner draws St Johnstone level.Copyright: SNS
End-to-end stuff at Firhill and Kris Doolan capitalises on the hosts' pressure from close range - his third goal of the season - to level for Partick Thistle.Copyright: SNS
- SMS Message: Maginnis & Higginbotham should both be sent off for fouls on Brown. Scottish football is in crisis because Refs wont protect good players. from Pete
Charlie Telfer plays a lovely one-two and drives into the box, but his shot is brilliantly turned away by Saints keeper Alan Mannus.
Caley Thistle spurn a glorious chance to double their lead, Danny Williams prodding Lewis Horner's low cross wide.
- Quote Message: Mixu Paatelainen will be delighted with that goal, as it validates his tactical switch. Ryan McGowan crossing like a winger for Billy McKay to nod home. The 3-4-2-1 pays off! Dave MacKay almost equalises straight after, but his free-kick from 20 yards comes back off the post. Great game!" from Jonathan Sutherland BBC Scotland at Tannadice
Saints very close a quick leveller with Dave MacKay's free-kick coming back off the post.
United have the lead in the Tayside derby with Billy McKay stooping to head home Ryan McGowan's cross.Copyright: SNS
- Quote Message: Celtic have been the sharper, more creative side, with James Forrest, Tom Rogic and Nir Bitton all featuring prominently. Leigh Griffiths might also have scored twice after darting beyond the Kilmarnock defenders, so the home side will feel that an opening goal is inevitable. Even so, Josh Magennis has troubled the home centre-backs and Kallum Higginbotham has been sprightly, so Kilmarnock have a sliver of hope as it stands" from Richard Wilson BBC Scotland at Celtic Park
Hearts take the lead with Arnaud Djoum meets Callum Paterson's cross with a downward header into the net.Copyright: SNS
- Quote Message: "Fantastic strike from Craig Curran! Just as the match started to hot up with Motherwell claiming a penalty and County seeing a Liam Boyce header ruled out for offisde, the opener arriving when Craig Curran met Martin Woods' cross with a wonderful swivel and curling effort into the far corner. A really impressive goal of genuine quality" from Martin Dowden BBC Scotland at Victoria ParkCopyright: SNS
Jason Holt has put leaders Rangers in front against Livingston.
James Craigen has given Raith Rovers the lead at Dumbarton while Falkirk lead hosts Queen of the South through Will Vaulks.
Goalless between Alloa Athletic and Hibernian.
Leigh Griffiths has a decent chance for Celtic but fires into the arms of goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald.
- Quote Message: Chances few and far between but a fairly bright opening from the visitors in particular who're trying to get on the front foot as much as possible. Not much between the sides on this early evidence" from Martin Dowden BBC Scotland at Victoria Park
Sam Nicholson makes a fantastic jinking run from his own half and through the heart of the Dundee defence, before releasing Osman Sow wide on the left, but the striker's low shot lacks punch and it's a routine save for goalkeeper Scott Bain.
- Quote Message: Already, Mixu Paatelainen's tactical switch clear to see. Three at the back with wing-backs Paul Dixon and Ryan McGowan pushing really high up the park" from Jonathan Sutherland BBC Scotland at Tannadice
After a dominant start to proceedings, Inverness take the lead at Firhill. Lovely crisp passing from the visitors leads to Miles Storey beating the Partick Thistle offside trap and clipping the ball into the net.Copyright: SNS
- SMS Message: Hi all , regarding b teams , can the games against the b team result in no points if the b team win or draw That would keep them always in bottom position this lets the others fight for promotion from Scott in Dunlop
Games across the country beginning to get underway.
A minute's silence takes place at Scottish football grounds in memory of the victims of last week's attacks in Paris.
- Quote Message: Domestically, Celtic have barely put a foot wrong this season and Kilmarnock travelled to Glasgow having undergone a dip in from what has been a season of inconsistency. The home side will be aware of the importance of Thursday's Europa League visit of Ajax and the return of Scott Brown is a timely boost. With eight Scots starting for Kilmarnock and five for Celtic, there's also plenty of homegrown talent on show at Celtic Park. Those in green and white are more likely to enjoy their afternoon, in a crisply cold stadium" from Richard Wilson BBC Scotland at Celtic Park
- Quote Message: Mixu Paatelainen just confirmed to me that Dundee United will start with a back three. He's hoping 'confident' Gavin Gunning can bring some confidence to the United defence. They will need it against a St Johnstone side with 29 goals this season - just nine goals away from their entire Premiership goal haul last season" from Jonathan Sutherland BBC Scotland at Tannadice
- Quote Message: He's a confident lad and I'm sure he'll bring confidence to the team. He's the type of defender that we need and I'm looking forward to working with him" from Mixu Paatelainen Dundee United manager
- SMS Message: B Teams comment. There may or may not be resistance in the league set-up...but what do you do in the cups?? from Peter Savage, Glasgow (Celtic Fan)
"I had a terrific time here. When I went on to that pitch, the fans were brilliant with me. I'm back here to get a good result today. It's a great atmosphere, a great place to go and play."
Celtic: Gordon; Lustig, Boyata, Simunovic,Izaguirre; Brown, Bitton; Forrest, Rogic, Armstrong; Griffiths. Subs: Bailly, Ambrose, Ciftci, Mackay-Steven, Allan, McGregor, Tierney.
Kilmarnock: MacDonald, Smith, Connolly, McKenzie, Robinson, Higginbotham, O'Hara, Obadeyi, McHattie, Balatoni, Magennus. Subs: Ridgers, Hamill, Boyd, Ashcroft, Slater, Carrick, Kiltie.
Annan Athletic v Arbroath
Berwick Rangers v Clyde
East Stirlingshire v Montrose
Elgin City v East Fife
Queen's Park v Stirling Albion
Albion Rovers v Dunfermline
Ayr United v Airdrieonians
Brechin v Stenhousemuir
Peterhead v Cowdenbeath
Stranraer v Forfar Athletic
Leaders Rangers visit Livingston, while nearest challengers Hibernian go to bottom side Alloa Athletic.
The Ibrox team are two points ahead, having played a game less, while Alan Stubbs' side are going for their ninth win on the trot.
Falkirk, who have lost just twice in the league, go to Queen of the South and Dumbarton host Raith Rovers.
"You've got to challenge players."
The Ibrox boss agrees with Celtic manager Ronny Deila's assertion that clubs fielding a 'B-team' in the lower leagues could be a good idea.Copyright: SNS
"What better place to play football? All these lads are really looking forward to the game. All the pressure's on Celtic, everyone expects them to win the league."
"John Hughes tells me Ryan Christie may have played his last game for Caley Thistle as he undergoes his rehabilitation from a knee injury at his parent club Celtic. His loan period in Inverness ends in January."
"It's always important. You get confidence from playing well. The league is the most important thing."
"Partick Thistle will hold a minute's silence before today's match with Inverness as a mark of respect for their former chairman, Brown McMaster, who passed away recently. This silence will also pay tribute to those who tragically lost their lives in the Paris atrocities.
"Thistle players will wear black armbands and would welcome fans to join in a minute's applause during the 66th minute of the match - Brown's age when he passed away - as a celebration of his enormous contribution to the Firhill club."
Partick Thistle: Scully, Seaborne, Welsh, Booth, Osman, Amoo, Doolan, Lawless, Dumbuya, Lindsay, Fraser. Subs: Gallacher, Miller, Stevenson, Frans, Edwards, Muirhead, Pogba.Inverness CT: Fon Williams, Tremarco, Vincent, Meekings, Devine, Tansey, Horner, Williams, Polworth, Vigurs, Storey. Subs: Esson, Warren, Draper, Raven, Wedderburn, Sho Silva Mbuyi, Mutombo.
Dundee Utd: Szromnik, Dillon, Dixon, Souttar, Mckay, Rankin, McGowan, Telfer, Durnan, Gunning and Spittal. Subs: Zwick, Murray, Fraser, Spark, Kuhl, Donaldson, Robson.St Johnstone: Mannus, Shaughnessy, Mackay Anderson, Easton, O'Halloran, Wotherspoon, Davidson, Millar, MacLean, Kane. Subs: Clark, Scobbie, Sutton, Caddis, Fisher, Thomson, Hurst.
Hearts: Alexander, Paterson, Augustyn, Rossi, Oshaniwa, Djoum, Buaben, Pallardo, Nicholson, King, Sow. Subs: Hamilton, L.Smith, McGhee, Swanson, Gomis, Zanatta, Reilly.Dundee: Bain, McGinn, Holt, Etxabeguren, McPake, Ross, Thomson, McGowan, Stewart, Loy, Hemmings. Subs: Gourlay, Irvine, Harkins, Calder, Gadzhalov, Konrad, Low.
Ross County: G.Woods, Boyd, Curran, Foster, Dingwall, Irvine, M.Woods, Fraser, Boyce, Davies, Franks. Subs: Severin, Murdoch, Schalk, De Vita, Holden, McShane, Robertson.
Motherwell: Ripley, Grimshaw, Laing, Ainsworth, Pearson, Johnson, Kennedy, Law, Moult, Taylor, McDonald. Subs: Samson, Robinson, Clarkson, Leitch, Thomas, Hall, Cadden.
Renfrewshire rivals St Mirren and Greenock Morton got the Scottish football weekend up and running last night in Paisley. You can watch the goals from that match via the Highlights tab...Copyright: SNS
Ross County's splendid start to the season has been derailed somewhat in recent weeks. Jim McIntyre's side have lost four of their last five league matches but remain fifth in the table. Michael Gardyne and Brian Graham are both sidelined through injury, but captain Andrew Davies has recovered from concussion.Copyright: SNS
Motherwell are an unpredictable proposition under Mark McGhee, with a win, a loss (albeit to Celtic) and a defeat in his three matches in charge. Stephen McManus misses out through suspension with skipper Keith Lasley and left-back Steven Hammell not yet ready to return to action.
Alan Archibald's Partick Thistle steadied the ship with two wins in October after a poor start to the season, but they are without a win from their last three games. Robbie Muirhead and Gary Miller are available but Stuart Bannigan misses out through suspension.Copyright: SNS
Caley Thistle's league form has been indifferent to say the least, but they had a good win at Motherwell before the international break. Dani Lopez is suspended by the club following an incident in an under-20s match, while Ryan Christie is out with a long-term knee injury.
Gavin Gunning is back at Tannadice. Can the Irish defender help shore things up for the Premiership's bottom side? The hosts have picked up just eight points from 14 games and have a rather ugly -18 goal difference...Copyright: SNS
Dundee United have won just one of the last seven meetings with their Tayside neighbours and St Johnstone are flying right now. Tommy Wright's men have won seven of their last eight games and are going for a fifth victory on the bounce today.
Dundee boss Paul Hartley, who played close to 150 games for Hearts, returns to Tynecastle for the first time as a manager.
He's sure to get a warm welcome, although that might change if the visitors have a good day.Copyright: SNS
Hearts were 2-1 winners at Dens Park earlier this season, with Juanma scoring a second-half double, but the Spanish striker is suspended today.
The champions are on a five-match winning streak in the league, and have captain Scott Brown available once again following a four-match absence through injury. Kris Commons will miss out through illness, which could also rule out Carlton Cole.Copyright: SNS
Kilmarnock have lost their last two and Gary Locke would probably be thrilled to leave Parkhead with a point. They are ninth in the table, just three points above the relegation play-off spot or, if you are a glass half-full person, just three points off Ross County in fifth. Killie welcome back defender Mark Connelly after injury.
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The top two in the Scottish Premiership are in action today while the pacesetters in the Championship also play.
Full cards in both Leagues One and Two.
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