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Live Reporting

Thomas McGuigan and Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    Thanks for your company today. We'll have highlights of all today's games on our website later tomorrow. We'll have all the reaction on our website to boot.

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Cheers.

  2. 'Today was about getting the job done' - McInnes

    Aberdeen 1-0 Ross County

    "Last time out here we scored seven [against Motherwell], but it wasn't that type of game today. County had a very experienced team and went with a back five, but they still had enough in attack to cause us problems. 

    "The way the first half panned out there was too much to-and-fro, it was a bit like basketball. In the second half I thought we had a bit more control.

    "Today was just about getting the job done." 

    Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes
    Image caption: Derek McInnes was happy with Aberdeen's victory
  3. 'We stuck to our task' - Canning

    Celtic 2-0 Hamilton

    "It was a great strike [by Dembele], and it's the real moment of quality in the first half. We stuck to our task, and we did well, but it takes that moment of quality from them to open the scoring. At that point the plan was working to frustrate Celtic, and when we had counter-attack opportunities our quality maybe wasn't as good as it could have been to give ourselves the best chance of taking something from the game. 

    "I was really pleased with the players' attitude, in the first and the second halves, they worked hard."

    Hamilton Accies boss Martin Canning
  4. Celtic display 'very pleasing' - Rodgers

    Celtic 2-0 Hamilton

    "When teams sit in that deep, it's always difficult. For spells in the first half we closed up our own space a little too much, that was just our positioning really. We still have moments where we could find the final pass a little bit better, but right on half-time an absolutely brilliant goal by Moussa. The boy oozes quality, he has wonderful finishing, and I think that was his first one from outside the box, so he's continually working on that. 

    "We adjusted positionally at half-time and in the second half we were very good in our control of the game. We knew they were working very hard, so we had to move them about, and the spaces were much better for us. We got the second goal and if one or two final passes might have been a little better we would have been in again. 

    "Defensively we were outstanding, how quickly we won the ball back. Overall, very pleasing performance."

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers
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    Dundee's Darren O'Dea: What a result and performance! Loved it! So many standouts. Great travelling support aswell so thank you #thedee

  6. 'We were too easy to score against' - McGhee

    Motherwell 1-5 Dundee

    "The first half, defensively, was poor," said Motherwell boss Mark McGhee following the heavy defeat by Dundee.

    "We've lost Tait, we've lost McManus and now Hamill as well. So, three changes to the back four that's been playing most of the season.  

    "In the first half they [his defence] didn't cope with anything at all into the box. We were too easy to score against.

    "We didn't look like a back four until we changed it around."

          Motherwell boss Mark McGhee (centre) said his side didn't cope defensively
    Image caption: "They didn't cope with anything at all into the box"

    "The players who played at the moment are the ones we have defensively. With injuries to the boys who are injured, then there's nothing I can do about that. All we can do is look at how we lost the goals and, individually, who was losing headers. 

    "All we can do is look at how we lost the goals and, individually, who was losing headers. Next week it will be the same players, whether it's in the same order..." 

    Asked whether the boos from the Motherwell supporters were acceptable, McGhee said: "yes, absolutely. Hugely understandable but people have to also look at it realistically and know that we're undermined defensively with the loss of the players we've lost."       

  7. Motherwell display unacceptable - Miller

    Motherwell 1-5 Dundee

    Quote Message: It [Mark McGhee's position] is a horrible situation to find yourself in. You can go to Celtic Park, a 2-0 defeat, and you can take that. But this was an important game and even the Aberdeen game, when you're losing seven goals, is embarrassing in my book. You can't accept a performance and a defeat by that margin [losing 5-1 to Dundee]. A home result like that is unacceptable to the fans.
  8. GOAL Hibernian 1-0 Dunfermline

    Neil Lennon's side draw first blood as Jason Cummings plays in Martin Boyle to fire Hibs in front.

  9. Hibs still on cloud nine

    Hibernian v Dunfermline (17:15)

    Brian McLauchlin

    BBC Sport Scotland at Easter Road

    Not quite the excitement that surrounded the Edinburgh derby on Wednesday but for Hibernian this Championship match against Dunfermline Athletic is even more important than a win over their city rivals as they chase promotion to the Premiership.

    Marvin Bartley drops to the bench while Chris Humphrey is out through injury, Fraser Fyvie and Andrew Shinnie the replacements.

    Dunfermline have just one defeat in their last 14 games but are still only four points above the relegation play-off spot. Allan Johnston is without the injured Lewis Martin with Andy Geggan back in the starting XI.

    You can watch the game here 

  10. Motherwell protest

    Motherwell 1-5 Dundee

    A number of Motherwell supporters are protesting outside Fir Park against manager Mark McGhee and the club's recent form, according to BBC Sportsound pundit Derek Ferguson. "the fans aren't happy and are venting their anger outside," Ferguson tells Sportsound listeners.

    Motherwell have conceded 17 goals in their last four games.

    Motherwell supporters protesting outside Fir Park
    Image caption: Motherwell supporters protesting outside Fir Park
  11. 'Effective' Dons see it through

    FT: Aberdeen 1-0 Ross County

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Aberdeen saw the game out effectively once they went ahead, as they have done several times over the past few seasons
    Adam Rooney scored the only goal of the game at Pittodrie
    Image caption: Adam Rooney fired home the only goal of the game at Pittodrie

    Scottish Championship 

    Ayr United 0-2 St Mirren 

    Dundee United 1-1 Greenock Morton 

    Falkirk 2-2 Dumbarton 

    Queen of the South 2-1 Raith Rovers 

    Hibernian v Dunfermline Athletic (17:15) 

    Scottish League One 

    Alloa Athletic 2-1 Airdrieonians 

    Peterhead 1-1 East Fife 

    Stranraer 2-0 Brechin City 

    Albion Rovers P-P Queen's Park 

    Livingston P-P Stenhousemuir 

    Scottish League Two 

    Annan Athletic 1-0 Clyde 

    Arbroath 4-1 Cowdenbeath 

    Berwick Rangers 0-1 Elgin City 

    Forfar Athletic 0-0 Montrose 

    Stirling Albion 1-0 Edinburgh City

  13. Celtic march on

    Celtic 2-0 Hamilton

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at Celtic Park

    Celtic just keep motoring towards the Premiership title. For all Hamilton's hard work, they could not contain Moussa Dembele, who scored his 28th and 29th goals of the season. Brendan Rodgers took to the field after the final whistle to acclaim the Celtic support, and the gesture was returned. This was another fine day at the office for the reigning champions.

  14. Dundee Destroyer

    Motherwell 1-5 Dundee

    Marcus Haber fired a double as Dundee ran riot at Fir Park, thumping a frazzled Motherwell outfit.

    Worrying times for Mark McGhee and the Steelmen's defence...

    Marcus Haber fired a double as Dundee ran riot at Fir Park
    Image caption: Marcus Haber proved ruthless against Motherwell
  15. FULL-TIME Celtic 2-0 Hamilton

  16. FULL-TIME Partick Thistle 2-0 Hearts

  17. FULL-TIME St Johnstone 0-2 Kilmarnock

  18. FULL-TIME Aberdeen 1-0 Ross County

  19. FULL-TIME Motherwell 1-5 Dundee