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Live Reporting

By Andy Campbell

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  1. Debutant for visitors at Tynecastle?

    Hearts v Kilmarnock (15:00)

    Kilmarnock signed defender Julien Faubert this week ahead of their trip to face Hearts.

    Lee Clark is still looking for his first win as Killie boss and would be delighted to break his duck today with bottom side Dundee United having cut the Ayrshire side's advantage last weekend.

    Kilmarnock defender Julien Faubert

    Hearts are having a bit of a sticky spell after defeat at Tannadice last week followed a Scottish Cup replay loss at Hibernian.

    A boost for the management team came yesterday, however, with head coach Robbie Neilson and assistant Stevie Crawford extending their contracts until the end of season 2017-18.

  2. In-form Dundee at Dens

    Dundee v Inverness CT (15:00)

    Dundee secured passage to the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup with a 5-0 midweek replay win over Dumbarton.

    They are at home again today with Inverness Caledonian Thistle the visitors at Dens Park.

    Dundee players celebrating

    Caley Thistle are just two points behind Dundee going into today's game and could replace them in the top six with victory.

  3. United target successive wins

    Ross County v Dundee United (15:00)

    A Billy Mckay penalty against Ross County gave Mixu Paatelainen his first win as Dundee United manager on the last day of October.

    Since then the Finn has picked up just two more league victories, one of which was last week at home to Hearts.

    The Premiership's bottom side desperately need some momentum as they seek to reduce their 11-point deficit.

    Billy McKay scores a penalty for Dundee United against Ross County

    But it will be a tall order for United to get the three points today, with County fourth in the table and eager to make sure of a top-half finish.

  4. Rooney out

    Aberdeen v St Johnstone (15:00)

    The bad news for Aberdeen fans is that top scorer Adam Rooney is out injured today.

  5. Saints back at Pittodrie

    Aberdeen v St Johnstone (15:00)

    St Johnstone and their fans will have happy memories of their last trip to Pittodrie.

    Tommy Wright's men won 5-1 and will look to strengthen their top-six position today.

    St Johnstone players celebrating

    Aberdeen could go to within four points of leaders Celtic with a home win.

  6. Post update

    Hamilton Academical and Celtic kicked off the Scottish Premiership weekend last night with a 1-1 draw at New Douglas Park.

    What will today's games bring?

    Erik Sviatchenko and Oumar Diaby

    You can see the goals and incidents from last night's game via the Highlights tab.

  7. Post update

    There are five Scottish Premiership matches at 15:00 as well as full cards in the Championship and Leagues One and Two.

  8. Welcome

    Good afternoon and welcome to Saturday's live Scottish football coverage.