Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.

Summary

  1. FT: Hearts 2-0 Dundee (Goncalves, Berra)
  2. FT: Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnock (Routis, Naismith; Brophy, Boyd)
  3. Inverness CT P-P Falkirk - pitch deemed unplayable

Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Premiership top guns do battle

    The Premiership focus turns to the top of the table tomorrow, with leaders Celtic hosting Hamilton Academical.

    Having beaten Aberdeen twice to take over in second, Rangers are away to a fourth-top Hibernian side who gave Celtic a run for their money on Sunday before drawing 2-2.

    Aberdeen, behind Rangers on goal difference, will hope to take advantage of any slip-ups from the Ibrox side as they visit St Johnstone.

    Meanwhile, Partick Thistle have the chance to narrow the gap at the bottom to one point behind Dundee as they host Motherwell.

    Join us then for move live coverage on radio and online.

    Rangers' Ryan Jack and Hibs' Anthony Stokes square up
    Image caption: Rangers and Hibs renew their rivalry at Easter Road
  2. Killie comeback controversy

    And Brian McLauchlin reckons Kilmarnock's fightback to draw with Ross County had a bit of controversy about it.

    Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnock

    Andrew Davies and Kris Boyd

    Kris Boyd equalises just after avoiding a second yellow card as Kilmarnock come from two down to draw with Ross County.

    Read more
    next
  3. Berra seals it for Hearts

    You can now read Chris McLaughlin's thoughts on Hearts' win over Dundee at Tynecastle.

    Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Dundee

    Hearts captain Christophe Berra celebrates

    Hearts move up to fifth following a second league win at Tynecastle this season as Isma Goncalves and Christophe Berra score to defeat Dundee.

    Read more
    next
  4. Coyle laments 'two points dropped'

    FT Ross Couty 2-2 Kilmarnock

    Ross County manager Owen Coyle: "I didn't have a clear view of [the Kris Boyd incident just before he scored].

    "I can only imagine that maybe he's used his body, but I'm guessing at that.

    "When all said and done, we think we should've won the game and we've gifted an opportunity for Kilmarnock get back in it.

    "For us, it's two points dropped."

  5. Hampden or Murrayfield?

    Managers, players and former players have been responding to a fans' survey suggesting that most want the Scottish FA to ditch Hampden Park as the national stadium.

    The debate is bound to rage on...

    Mixed views on Hampden's future

    James McFadden

    Managers and players express differing views about whether Hampden should continue as Scotland's national stadium.

    Read more
    next
  6. Clarke hails scorer Boyd

    FT: Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke: "I was disappointed with the first half. It looked like two teams who had a tough weekend and we conceded two terrible goals.

    "Losing two defenders to injury disrupted our confidence, but credit to the lads, we were much better in the second half and we were much more of a threat going forward.

    "Gordon Greer felt something in the warm up and he had to come off and Stuart Findlay had to come off too and that affected us in set plays.

    Ross County manager Owen Coyle and Kilmarnock's Steve Clarke
    Image caption: Owen Coyle's Ross County and Steve Clarke's Kilmarnock shared the points

    "I was a little bit disappointed with two of our three forwards in the first half and they didn't do enough to help Kris Boyd.

    "Thankfully, Kris did well to get us with the equaliser and Eamonn is a fine vein of form.

    "Another difficult game at Saturday against Motherwell. Bring it on."

  7. McCann angry with Dundee display

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Dundee

    Dundee manager Neil McCann: "I’m trying to think of a way of saying how angry I am and how poor we were.

    "That’s probably one of the worst performances I've seen from us, especially in the first half.

    "We changed our shape in the second half, but we were static and easy to play against.

    "You’re still hoping that our passing game would come off, because we work on it all the time.

    "It has to be slick and incisive and it was neither. It was so poor. I won’t accept that.

    Dundee manager Neil McCann

    "I won't make any excuses for them tonight. I didn't like losing to Aberdeen, but we should have taken something from that game.

    "Tonight was no good either in performance or application.

    "Too many didn’t perform and that’s nothing to do with belief or confidence. It’s going through the motions and we paid the price.

    "They should be hurting, because I’m hurtin, and those fans going back up to Dundee are hurting.

    "That won’t be tolerated, and we’ll deal with it inside."

  8. Angry McCann

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Dundee

    We'll give you some words of anger from Dundee manager Neil McCann in a moment...

  9. 'If you're good enough, you're old enough' - Levein

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Dundee

    Hearts manager Craig Levein: "It was tight at times, but we had the better chances and deserved to win.

    "The pleasing thing was that we saw more good football than we did on Saturday. To win the game was the most pleasing of all.

    "We have got some really good young players at the club. I didn't expect them to be on the field at 16, but if you’re good enough, you're old enough.

    "Anthony McDonald was really good. The way it worked out, he had to stay on and his adrenaline got him through the 90 minutes.

    Hearts manager Craig Levein

    "It gives our supporters a little glimpse of the type of players who will be hopefully be playing here in the next two or three years.

    "We restricted Dundee to very few opportunities and, when they did get a shot on goal, Jon McLaughlin was very safe.

    "Saturday gave us some confidence and I'm sure we’ll gain some more for tonight’s performance, so we look forward to playing Celtic on Sunday."

  10. Future bright for Hearts

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Dundee

    Alex Rae

    Former Dundee midfielder for BBC Scotland

    Quote Message: It always looked to me like Hearts were going to go on to score that extra goal and I was impressed by them. The future looks bright with those three young guys in midfield
    Hearts midfielder Anthony McDonald
    Image caption: Anthony McDonald created Hearts' first goal on the 16-year-old's debut
  11. Brophy on the boil

    FT: Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnock

    Barry Wilson

    BBC Scotland in Dingwall

    Quote Message: Eamonn Brophy was Kilmarnock's main threat all night. His goal is totally out of nothing. Turns on a sixpence, hardly any backlift and it was a brilliant finish
    Kilmarnock's Jordan Jones congratulates scorer Eamonn Brophy
    Image caption: Eamonn Brophy (right) brought Kilmarnock back into the game
  12. FULL-TIME Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Dundee

    Hearts secure a second victory in a row to stretch their unbeaten run to five games and move them above Motherwell into fifth place in the Premiership.

    Dundee drop to second bottom, a point behind Ross County - some consolation for Owen Coyle's side after squandering that two-goal lead against Kilmarnock.

    Hearts celebrate Christophe Berra's goal
    Image caption: Christophe Berra (left) made sure of the points for Hearts
  13. Post update

    Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Dundee

    Anthony McDonald finishes with a flourish and a neat dribble before the 16-year-old's legs give way through exhaustion.

    The debutant has had a fine game.

  14. FULL-TIME Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock stage an excellent fight-back to secure a draw that keeps them three points ahead of hosts County.

  15. Berra on the ball

    Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Dundee

    Hearts' Christophe Berra scores against Dundee
    Image caption: Christophe Berra scored Hearts' second goal against Dundee
  16. GREAT SAVE!

    Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Dundee

    Kyle Lafferty makes space for himself inside the Dundee penalty box, but the Northern Ireland striker's low drive is deflected clear by the foot of goalkeeper Elliott Parish.

  17. Controversial equaliser

    Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnock

    Barry Wilson

    BBC Scotland in Dingwall

    Quote Message: It's a controversial equaliser. Kris Boyd went down after already being yellow carded. A second yellow card wasn't given and now he has scored the equaliser
  18. GOAL Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnock

    Kris Boyd

    Kris Boyd's header deflects into the net to draw Kilmarnock level.

    Boyd was booked earlier in the game and avoided a second yellow card for apparent simulation shortly before the equaliser.

  19. Hearts kids are alright

    Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Dundee

    Allan Preston

    BBC Scotland summariser at Tynecastle

    Quote Message: This has been much better from Hearts and, for me, it's all down to the kids
  20. CLOSE!

    Ross County 2-1 Kilmarnock

    Youssouf Mulumbu's goal-bound shot is blocked by Kenny van der Weg.

    County still hanging on to their lead.