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Andy Campbell

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  1. Good night

    Please do join us again this weekend. Enjoy your Hogmanay and have a Happy New Year.

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    Quote Message: We were guilty of taking the extra touches. We made enough chances to win the game and we're disappointed from Derek McInnes Aberdeen manager
    Derek McInnesAberdeen manager
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    There will be more reaction to today's Scottish Premiership games on the BBC Sport website later and highlights of the matches will be available there tomorrow.

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    Quote Message: It was a great victory. I was confident when we went in 2-0 up that we would win the game from Mark McGhee Motherwell manager
    Mark McGheeMotherwell manager
  5. What's next?

    Scottish football begins 2016 with a busy day of fixtures on Saturday.

    Dundee host Dundee United in their second city derby of the season before four more Premiership games and a few more top-flight derbies later in the day.

    There's also a full card of fixtures in the Championship, League One and League Two.

    And, on Sunday, St Johnstone host Aberdeen in the weekend's final Scottish fixture.

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    Quote Message: All in all, I was pleased with them. A good result against a team that are fighting for their lives from Robbie Neilson Hearts head coach
    Robbie NeilsonHearts head coach
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    Quote Message: We frustrated Aberdeen a lot tonight. We're delighted with the performance and delighted with the clean sheet from Alan Archibald Partick Thistle manager
    Alan ArchibaldPartick Thistle manager
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    Mark Reynolds misses a chance for Aberdeen against Partick Thistle
    Image caption: There were a few near misses but no goals at Pittodrie as Aberdeen drew with in-form Partick Thistle
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    Osman Sow celebrates after scoring a penalty for Hearts against Dundee United
    Image caption: Osman Sow's converted penalty proved to be the winner as Hearts ran out winners against 10-man Dundee United
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    Motherwell midfielder Stephen Pearson
    Image caption: Stephen Pearson was on target as Motherwell beat St Johnstone
  11. No change in positions at the top

    Celtic remain top of the league, despite their game against Dundee being called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

    However, Aberdeen are now level on points with Celtic, albeit having played two games more, and are behind on goal difference.

    Hearts are now seven points behind the Dons and five ahead of St Johnstone.

  12. Mid-table movement

    Inverness finish 2015 just inside the Scottish Premiership's top six following their 4-3 win at Hamilton this afternoon.

    A point behind the Highlanders are Partick Thistle and Motherwell, who will be pleased with their evening's work.

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    SMS Message: MASSIVE Dandy but can't help seeing the similarities between Scotland and Aberdeen - consistently snatching glorious failure from the jaws of victory and bottling it when there is a hint of potential from Coinneach, Nairn
    Coinneach, Nairn
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    So, no second-half goals to speak of this evening. After five between Ross County and Kilmarnock last night, seven at New Douglas Park this afternoon, five in the first half at Tynecastle and a couple at Fir Park, I guess they had to dry up eventually.

  15. FULL-TIME Aberdeen 0-0 Partick Thistle

    Aberdeen remain second in the Scottish Premiership and miss the chance to finish 2015 top of the league.

    Decent point for Thistle, who extend their unbeaten run to six.

  16. FULL-TIME Hearts 3-2 Dundee Utd

    Third-place Hearts move five points clear of St Johnstone with victory over Dundee United, who remain 10 points adrift at the bottom of the Premiership table.

  17. ADDED TIME Aberdeen 0-0 Partick Thistle

    Five minutes of stoppage time being played at Pittodrie. Will there be a winner?