That's all from me. Good night.
A busy weekend beckons, please join us for Friday, Saturday and Sunday's action.
And there's also a Championship play-off final to be decided with Ayr United and Stranraer tied at 1-1 going into their second leg at Somerset Park on Sunday afternoon.
Then on Sunday at lunchtime, the Premiership's top six complete their season with Aberdeen v Ross County, Celtic v Motherwell and Hearts v St Johnstone.
Celtic will be presented with the Premiership trophy after their match against Motherwell.
Later on Saturday, Queen's Park host Clyde in the Scottish League One play-off final second leg, with Queen's Park leading 3-1 on aggregate.
Kilmarnock play their final league fixture of the season against relegated Dundee United on Saturday lunchtime, when Inverness v Dundee and Partick Thistle v Hamilton also take place.
Falkirk and Hibernian are locked at 2-2 at the midway stage of their semi-final tie, with the eventual winner going on to face Premiership second bottom side Kilmarnock in the two-legged final.
Before Aberdeen and Hearts complete their season on Sunday, there's the not so small matter of a Premiership play-off decider tomorrow evening.
"The goal was a poor goal that separates the teams. We should do better at the goal, the keeper should do better. Hearts then have something to hold on to. I can't be critical of the team. They've done well this year."
"It was a tough game. Two good teams coming together and we're pleased to send our fans home happy. Big games like this are usually won by mistakes. Pleasing that we managed to get the goal."
Abiola Dauda's second-half goal is enough to give Hearts their third victory of the season over Aberdeen.Copyright: SNS
Shay Logan's delivery causes momentary panic in the Hearts defence but the visitors eventually clear.
Three minutes of stoppage time begin.
Jordan McGhee replaces Juanma Delgado for Hearts.
A flurry of Aberdeen crosses into the box but Hearts keep clearing their lines.
Niall McGinn's inswinging corner from the left is met at the back post by Andy Considine but Jack Hamilton turns it wide.
Hearts sitting in now, trying to see this out. Aberdeen keep coming at them but are leaving themselves vulnerable to counter attacks.