I'm going to sign off but please join us again in midweek for more Scottish football coverage and again next weekend for the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup.
- FT: Aberdeen 1-1 St Johnstone (Church; Craig, pen) - Second-place Dons miss chance to close gap to four points
- FT: Ross County 0-3 Dundee United (Paton, Mckay, Dow) - Bottom side United claim second straight win
- FT: Dundee 1-1 Inverness CT (Hemmings; Draper), FT: Hearts 1-0 Kilmarnock (Walker), FT: Motherwell 3-1 Partick Thistle (Moult 2, 1 pen, Johnson; Booth)
- Scottish Championship - FT: Dumbarton 3-2 Hibernian, FT: Rangers 1-0 St Mirren - Rangers go 11 points clear at top
So, a fairly hectic afternoon and some big results.
Haven't seen game but no doubt my fellow dandies will have it in for the referee again. Point is the team had a chance to show there's more to us than Rooney's goals but failed to do so.
It's wins like this for rangers that will make them champions. Another poor performance but the win is all that matters.
Hearts labour to victory against struggling Kilmarnock.
Lets hear the excuses from Stubbs tonight? Loads if changes again to the team. At this rate we'll not even finish 2nd.
Annan Athletic 2-2 Stirling Albion
Arbroath 0-1 Clyde
Berwick Rangers 1-0 Montrose
Elgin City 2-0 East Stirlingshire
Queen's Park 3-0 East Fife
Airdrieonians 0-1 Ayr United
Dunfermline Athletic 6-1 Stranraer
Forfar Athletic 1-0 Albion Rovers
Peterhead 4-1 Brechin City
Stenhousemuir 2-3 Cowdenbeath
Alloa Athletic 1-3 Livingston
Dumbarton 3-2 Hibernian
Falkirk 3-1 Queen of the South
Raith Rovers 3-2 Greenock Morton
Rangers 1-0 St Mirren
Aberdeen miss the chance to go to within four points of Premiership leaders Celtic after being held by St Johnstone.
Honours even at Dens Park.
Dundee United claim successive league wins for the first time this season and it could prove crucial in their fight for survival.
Another great result for Falkirk. We've now equalled our points tally from last season.
A valuable win for Motherwell against the Jags.
The Scottish Championship leaders are in front through Harry Forrester - his first goal for Rangers.
Liam Craig makes no mistake from 12 yards and Saints are level.
Liam Craig is fouled by Ryan Jack and St Johnstone have a spot-kick.
Kane Hemmings' 20th goal of the season levels matters at Dens Park, the Dundee striker netting from close range.
Kilmarnock goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald saves again from the penalty, this time by Abiola Dauda, and Killie get the rebound clear.
The ball strikes Josh Magennis's hand in a crowded penalty area and Hearts have a second penalty.
Blair Alston strikes home from just inside the area to make the points safe for Falkirk.
Goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams denies Greg Stewart to keep Inverness ahead.
United all but seal the three points in Dingwall. Scott Fox parries a header, buy Ryan Dow follows it up.
BBC Scotland at Dens Park
"Dundee are applying all the pressure now as they search for an equaliser. Having impressed with their passing in the first half, Inverness are now having to rely on their defensive instincts.
"Stewart, Loy and Hemmings have all had chances, but so far, Dundee cannot find that elusive finishing touch."
BBC Sport Scotland at the Falkirk Stadium
"So much better from Falkirk in the second half, and John Baird has really taken the game by the scruff of the neck. His neat headed goal pulled them level and he delivered the cross that saw Andy Dowie put into his own net as Falkirk took the lead.
"You get the impression Peter Houston had a word at half-time, and it seems to have worked."
Ross County almost give themselves a glimmer of hope as Paul Quinn loops a shot on to the bar and over.
Callum Booth's shot squirms its way into the net to reduce Partick Thistle's lead.
Ryan Dow cuts the ball across the six-yard box - prime territory for Billy Mckay to divert home. What an important result for Dundee United this could be. They trail Kilmarnock by eight points with a game in hand as things stand.
Gerard Boyd: #bbcsportscot Hibs are not just throwing away any title hopes but possible promotion too at this rate
Farid El Alagui forces the ball in to further reduce Hibs' deficit.
Marvin Johnson surely wraps up a priceless three points for Motherwell. He cuts inside from the right and strikes powerfully beyond Tomas Cerny.
Motherwell look very comfortable with this two-goal cushion. Partick Thistle have offered nothing in response to Louis Moult's double and, if anything, Well look likely to score again.
Aberdeen striker Simon Church and St Johnstone goalkeeper Alan Mannus appear to be having a personal duel today.
Church got the goal in the first half but since then Mannus has kept denying him, and another fine low stop stops the Welsh international from making it 2-0 from close range.
bringthemonjpn: "#bbcsportscot rangers score once and the title/promotion is there...huge last 20 minutes."