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So, the headlines tonight: Rangers will be playing in top flight next season, ending their four years in the lower leagues, while city rivals Celtic edge five points clear of Aberdeen at the top of the Premiership. Partick Thistle move up to seventh, equal with sixth-placed Dundee, whose city rivals, United, are left five points adrift at the bottom.
Hibs manager Alan Stubbs finally had to concede the Championship title to Rangers, but at least he had the pleasure of saying of Martin Boyle's winner against Livingston that "you won't see a better goal in world football".
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"We had a clean sheet, which is a positive thing.
"Offensively, we should have created more chances and should have finished better those we had.
"Everything is in our hands and we have to get ready for Saturday.
"We will see how Erik Sviatchenko is after a scan tomorrow."
"We had enough chances to score several games.
"First half, we should have been out of sight and we simply need to put those chances away.
"We lost a grip of the game by being too hasty and the goal we conceded was so annoying - players jogging instead of picking up players.
"It was an opportunity lost, but although we lost, we still have a chance to avoid relegation."
"Dundee United were by far the better side in the first half and we struggled to cope with their energy and they won every second ball.
"It was a totally different second half. We told them it wasn't good enough.
"We wanted to go to Dingwall to give us a chance to get into that top six and we can't wait."
While Rangers have secured the title and the automatic promotion place, there was consolation for Hibs as they move to within three points of second-top Falkirk with two games in hand in the race for play-off places.
It was a night of double joy over the City of Discovery for Partick Thistle as their win over Dundee United and Dundee's draw with Celtic means they have leapfrogged Ross County and joined the Dens Park side on 41 points in the race for a top-six place ahead of the split that takes place after this weekend's games.
Rangers players are celebrating with the club's fans in the packed stands as the joy spills over after a four-year journey to Scotland's top flight.
Thistle improve their chances of finishing in the top six and leave Dundee United five points adrift of Kilmarnock at the foot of the table having now used up their game in hand.
Hibs complete their comeback to beat Livingston, but it is not enough to deny Rangers the Championship title.
The final whistle goes at Dens Park and Celtic have to make do with moving five points clear of Aberdeen at the top of the Premiership.
Rangers clinch their place in the Scottish Premiership next season with their third promotion in four seasons.
Nicky Clark is denied a late second goal as Dumbarton goalkeeper races out to save at the substitute striker's feet.
Sean Welsh breaks into the United penalty box but fires straight at goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima.
Michael O'Halloran should make the game safe for Rangers as he breaks behind the Dumbarton defence, but advancing goalkeeper Jamie Ewings manages to turn the ball wide with his foot.