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Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes: "Both teams tried to play. It was cat and mouse for a while.
"Thankfully, we've managed to score three today but it could've been a couple more in terms of chances created but if we had said before the game we'd win this game 3-1, I'd have taken that all day long."
Motherwell manager Mark McGhee: "Very pleased. We needed those two [scorers Louis Moult and Scott McDonald] to play well today but, equally, we've got a clean sheet. I'm very pleased with that as well."
Positions one through five are unchanged in the top flight following today's results with St Johnstone missing the chance to go above fourth-placed Hearts and second-placed Aberdeen still a point ahead of Rangers, with leaders Celtic 10 points clear.
Motherwell move up to sixth, Inverness drop to seventh and Ross County's win takes them level on points with their Highland neighbours and Kilmarnock.
Partick Thistle, Hamilton Academical, who play on Monday, and Dundee all drop down a place with the Dark Blues propping up the division.
Ayr United 0-1 Falkirk
Dumbarton 0-0 Raith Rovers
Hibernian 4-0 Queen of the South
Greenock Morton 0-0 Dundee United
SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE
Airdrieonians 2-1 Alloa Athletic
East Fife 1-2 Queen's Park
Livingston 1-2 Peterhead
Stranraer 3-1 Stenhousemuir
SCOTTISH LEAGUE TWO
Annan Athletic 1-0 Elgin City
Clyde 3-2 Berwick Rangers
Edinburgh City 1-1 Cowdenbeath
Montrose 1-1 Forfar Athletic
Stirling Albion 2-2 Arbroath
Ross County's long wait for a win - their last coming in August - is at an end after they get the better of St Johnstone.
Four headed goals got the visitors their win.
Second-placed Aberdeen return to being 10 points behind Celtic.
The Dons trailed to Inverness but turned it around with two goals before the break and another near the end.
Goals from Louis Moult and Scott McDonald fire Motherwell into the Scottish Premiership's top six. It's just the Steelmen's second league win in seven games, while Thistle have still to win a Premiership match at Fir Park.
A narrow win for Falkirk at Somerset Park and they go level on points with fourth-placed Raith Rovers in the Championship.
No goals also in Greenock as Dundee United slip three points behind Scottish Championship leaders Hibernian.
A point apiece and no goals in Dumbarton.
A resounding win for Scottish Championship leaders Hibernian against Queen of the South.
Four different scorers as the Easter Road side move on to 31 points from 14 games.
Late, late drama at Ibrox as Harry Forrester grabs the winning goal to keep Rangers one point behind Aberdeen in second place as things stand.
Inverness are caught out on the break. Jonny Hayes breaks and picks out Kenny McLean, who scores his second of the game and Aberdeen's third.
The mounting pressure pays off as substitute Harry Forrester heads the home side in front deep into stoppage time.
It looks all over now as Liam Boyce's deflected header restores County's two-goal advantage.
Four minutes of stoppage time...
Saints are a step away from a fine rescue act as Brian Easton's cross is finished in clinical style by Steven MacLean.
Ade Azeez has spurned a couple of big opportunities as Thistle pile forward in search of a goal. First, he heads over unchallenged from 10 yards, then the striker turns and scoops his shot high over the Well bar inside the area.
Brad McKay is being taken off on a stretcher with what looks like a bad injury. It was a 50/50 challenge with Graeme Shinnie, with the Inverness man coming off worse.
Rangers are hammering on the door as Paul McGowan makes a goal-line clearance to keep the visitors on level terms.
Minutes after Aberdeen's on-loan playmaker James Maddison is harshly booked for diving, he attempts a free-kick and just skims the near post.
BBC Scotland at Fir Park
Patrick pushing and probing well at times but I expect Motherwell to see this out. They've looked hungrier and more organised this afternoon.
Lots of chances at Ibrox now as Scott Bain gets down smartly to keep out a fierce shot from Rangers midfielder Jason Holt.
Shay Logan finds Kenny McLean with a cross from the right and he fires just over the bar as Aberdeen seek a third.
But, at the other end, Lonsana Doumbouya goes close to his second of the game, heading on to the roof of the net.
Suddenly, Dundee are looking dangerous as Kevin Gomis squanders a decent headed chance and Jason Holt needs to make a goal-saving clearance to deny Marcus Haber.
Could that be a lifeline for Saints as Danny Swanson calmly reduces the arrears from the penalty spot after Jay McEveley's foul?
County are well on their way now to ending that 10-game run without a victory as Craig Curran heads in their third goal after a swift break.
Martin Boyle - at long last - gets his name on the scoresheet by driving home his fifth opportunity of the day.
Just as he did in the first half, Dundee's Tom Hateley tests Wes Foderingham with a smart free kick, the goalie pushing this one over the crossbar.
BBC Scotland at Easter Road
Hibernian are in serious danger of running riot against this Queen of the South defence this afternoon.
The visitors are being pinned back and their defence is being sliced open time after time.
Martin Boyle should have had at least four goals this afternoon but a combination of bad finishing and good goalkeeping is at present keeping the score-line respectable.
Chris Cadden rifles in a shot from 20 yards that clips the top of the Thistle bar and flies over.
Saints manager Tommy Wright has rung the changes at half-time as he looks to rescue the game, with forward Chris Kane and defender Tam Scobbie coming on for midfielder Liam Craig and defender Joe Shaughnessy.
County have taken off goalkeeper Scott Fox, who had picked up an injury in the first half, being replaced with Aaron McCarey.
And now the hosts also change their keeper with Zander Clark having to go off and Alan Mannus coming on.
Brilliant save from Inverness goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams as he somehow denies Andrew Considine, whose downward header looked destined for the net, but the Welshman manages to react and tip it wide.
David Gray gets the nearest of touches to put Hibs further in front. Their place at the top of the Scottish Championship looks secure.