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Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Rangers or Motherwell? Find out tomorrow

    Who will join Celtic in the Scottish League Cup final on 26 November?

    Rangers and Motherwell square up in Sunday's semi-final at Hampden Park.

    Join us then for more live coverage and hopefully another thriller is in store to match that exciting six-goal affair earlier today.

    Celtic celebrate a goal from Moussa Dembele (right)
    Image caption: Moussa Dembele scored twice as Celtic defeated Hibs 4-2 at Hampden
  2. Hibs left to rue first half

    Neil Lennon's Hibs fell short against the club for whom he played and managed.

    Lennon laments sloppy defending

    Neil Lennon

    Neil Lennon admits a poor first half cost his Hibs side as they are knocked out of the League Cup by Celtic at Hampden.

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  3. 60 and counting?

    Earlier, Brendan Rodgers was delighted with Celtic's 4-2 win over Hibs as the League Cup holders reached another final.

    Let's keep rewriting history - Rodgers

    Brendan Rodgers

    Boss Brendan Rodgers is thrilled with Celtic's display as they make it 60 domestic matches unbeaten to reach the League Cup final.

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  4. 'County could have had more' - Coyle

    FT: Ross County 2-1 Hamilton Academical

    Ross County manager Owen Coyle was delighted to see his side record their first home league win of the season after having to come from a goal behind.

    "We had a slow start, but after that, we dominated," he told BBC Scotland. "The important thing was how we reacted and it was there for everyone to see - we scored two wonderful goals.

    "We could have had more if truth be told. Their goalkeeper had some terrific saves.

    Owen Coyle celebrates Ross County's win over Hamilton
    Image caption: Owen Coyle celebrates Ross County's win over Hamilton

    "Anyone who came here today could see that Ross County were the better side.

    "The pleasing thing for me was, considering the club hadn't won a home league game this year, it was important to do that as quickly as we could.

    "Coming from behind, that shows real desire, real group mentality."

  5. Thistle 'relief' after win over Dundee

    FT: Partick Thistle 2-1 Dundee

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald sent assistant Scott Paterson to talk to the media.

    "It's a happy dressing room, it's one of relief," he said after a first league win of the season that eases pressure on Archibald.

    "It was a very tough game, tough 90 minutes, but I think the players showed a lot of character to come through that.

    "Hopefully, we can go and build on this now for Tuesday night, next game against Hamilton."

    Miles Storey scores
    Image caption: Miles Storey scored in added time to secure Thistle victory against Dundee
  6. Stirling retain lead in League Two

    Stirling Albion maintain their two-point lead in League Two thanks to a convincing 3-0 win over bottom side Cowdenbeath.

    Montrose move up to second after a 1-0 win away to Berwick Rangers, while Peterhead are up to third after coming from behind to record a convincing win away to sorry Clyde.

    Stenhousemuir drop to fourth after losing 2-0 away to Elgin City, who move to within a point of the visitors.

    Edinburgh City's 1-0 defeat at home to Annan Athletic means there is a four-point gap between the bottom three at seventh-placed Berwick.

    Cowdenbeath remain three points behind Edinburgh, with Clyde another two better off.

  7. Canning hits out at own player

    FT: Ross County 2-1 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton manager Martin Canning did not hold back after seeing his side lost 2-1 away to Ross County and picked out defender Xavier Tomas for criticism.

    "It's difficult to take," he told BBC Scotland. "It's another game we take the lead, looked comfortable and we find a way to lose.

    "It's a lack of leadership and a lack of someone taking control and making sure we're organised. It's a sore one again.

    Hamilton's Xavier Tomas
    Image caption: Xavier Tomas was criticised by manager Martin Canning

    "It's driving me crazy. We're so naive defensively. Big Xavier has got to do more, he's got to be more of a leader in there, he's got to organise more.

    "That's putting a bit more responsibility on Xavi, but as a senior pro in there, he's got to stand up to that.

    "We're turning into experts at finding a way to lose a game. I think that's four of the last six we've gone ahead and we've lost every one of them."

  8. Ayr and Arbroath goal happy in League One

    With League One leaders' Raith Rovers' match away to Stranraer being abandoned, Ayr United move to within two points of the Kirkcaldy outfit thanks to a 5-0 hammering of Forfar Athletic.

    Michael Moffat grabbed himself a hat-trick against the league's bottom side.

    Arbroath moved into third place after an impressive 7-1 win over Airdrieonians, with Ryan McCord and Danny Denholm both scoring twice.

    Albion Rovers drop to fourth after a surprise 1-0 defeat at home to Queen's Park, who move three points clear of Forfar at the bottom.

    In the division's other game, Alloa Athletic were convincing 4-1 winners over East Fife.

  9. Hearts had good fortune - Wright

    FT: Hearts 1-0 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright lamented his side's lack of quality in front of goal in their defeat by Hearts.

    "It was a poor game and neither side probably deserved to win," he told BBC Scotland.

    "Hearts unfortunately got the good fortune at the goal.

    "In the first half, we got into good positions, but we couldn't cross a road at the moment.

    "I think it's our final ball and it's been that for a few weeks now.

    "The beauty of a midweek game is that we have a chance to bounce back on Tuesday."

  10. Levein happy to win 'war'

    FT: Hearts 1-0 St Johnstone

    Hearts manager Craig Levein was just happy to get three points ahead of Tuesday's Edinburgh derby against Hibs.

    "It was a bit of a war of attrition, but we were the team that managed to see the game out," he told BBC Scotland.

    "I'm pleased. We don't have a good record against St Johnstone recently.

    "Kyle Lafferty gives everything every week and he's still getting up to speed and I think he deserved his goal for his endeavour.

    "He got a goal today, but I was even more happy with his attitude."

    Hearts' Kyle Lafferty is congratulated by manager Craig Levein
    Image caption: Kyle Lafferty was praised by manager Craig Levein
  11. Pars make ground in Championship

    Leaders St Mirren have been held away to Falkirk after the Bairns' second 0-0 in a draw since Paul Hartley took over as manager.

    Dunfermline Athletic leapfrog visitors Livingston into second place - now two points behind the Buddies - thanks to their convincing 3-1 win at East End Park.

    Pre-season favourites Dundee United lose further ground after a 2-0 defeat at home to an Inverness Caledonian Thistle side who jump above Falkirk as they continue their recovery from a poor start to the season.

    Queen of the South's 1-0 win away to Brechin City takes them into fifth above Greenock Morton, who were held at home by Dumbarton.

    Brechin are now six points adrift of Falkirk at the bottom.

    Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon is left disappointment
    Image caption: Ray McKinnon's Dundee United lost ground in fourth place

    Results round-up


    Brechin City 0-1 Queen of the South

    Dundee United 0-2 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Dunfermline Athletic 3-1 Livingston

    Falkirk 0-0 St Mirren

    Greenock Morton 1-1 Dumbarton

    League One

    Albion Rovers 0-1 Queen's Park

    Alloa Athletic 4-1 East Fife

    Arbroath 7-1 Airdrieonians

    Forfar Athletic 0-5 Ayr United

    Stranraer 1-1 Raith Rovers (match abandoned)

    League Two

    Berwick Rangers 0-1 Montrose

    Clyde 1-4 Peterhead

    Cowdenbeath 0-3 Stirling Albion

    Edinburgh City 0-1 Annan Athletic

    Elgin City 2-0 Stenhousemuir

  13. FULL-TIME Hearts 1-0 St Johnstone

    Hearts move up to fifth place in the Premiership thanks to a deflected strike from Kyle Lafferty.

    The home side almost grabbed another one, with 16-year-old Harry Cochrane thumping a shot against the post in the final move of the match.

    That's three defeats on the trot for Saints, who managed just one weak effort on target at Murrayfield.

    Hearts celebrate Kyle Lafferty's goal on 74 minutes
    Image caption: Hearts celebrate Kyle Lafferty's goal on 74 minutes
  14. FULL-TIME Partick Thistle 2-1 Dundee

    Two goals in the last 15 minutes hand Thistle what for long looked an unlikely win.

    The pressure eases on manager Alan Archbald after their first Premiership win of the season.

    Thistle remain bottom of the table, but they are how only behind Kilmarnock on goal difference, although the Ayrshire side have a game in hand.

  15. FULL-TIME Ross County 2-1 Hamilton Accies

    Ross County for a while looked like they would never score, and Greg Docherty's header had given Hamilton a fortuitous lead. However the substitution of Alex Schalk helped change the game - scoring the equaliser then setting up Thomas Mikkelsen for a late winner.

    Alex Schalk celebrates after equalising for Ross County
    Image caption: Alex Schalk celebrates after equalising for Ross County
  16. GOAL Partick Thistle 2-1 Dundee

    Miles Storey

    Could it be a first win of the season for Partick Thistle?

    Kris Doolan squares for fellow substitute Miles Storey and he side-foots the hosts in front for the first time.

  17. GOAL Dunfermline Athletic 3-1 Livingston

    Danny Mullen

  18. Can Hearts build on Lafferty lead?

    Hearts 1-0 St Johnstone

    Kyle Lafferty's eighth goal of the season has put Hearts on the road to victory over St Johnstone.

    Kyle Lafferty celebrates scoring for Hearts
    Image caption: Kyle Lafferty's goal has put Hearts ahead at Murrayfield
  19. GOAL Ross County 2-1 Hamilton Accies

    Thomas Mikkelsen

    Ross County take the lead and you have to say it is deserved. They get forward on the counter attack, Alex Schalk feeds Thomas Mikkelsen and he coolly slots home.


    Partick Thistle 1-1 Dundee

    What a chance for Dundee, but a superb save from Tomas Cerny denies Sofien Moussa from close range.