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Live Reporting

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  1. Goodbye and see you tomorrow

    Join us again for more live Premiership action as five more games kick-off tomorrow evening.

    The Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle will take centre stage, but there's plenty more interest at both ends of the table.

    Aberdeen and Rangers are at home as they try to continue the chase.

    But, for now, Celtic have a healthy 11 gap over the Dons after a convincing 2-0 win over Dundee.

    I'll leave you with Martin Dowden's match report from Dens Park.

    Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Leigh Griffiths celebrates

    James Forrest and Leigh Griffiths score as Celtic beat Dundee to increase their Scottish Premiership lead.

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  2. Wednesday's Premiership fixtures

    19:45 GMT kick-offs

    Aberdeen v Partick Thistle

    Hamilton Academical v Kilmarnock

    Heart of Midlothian v Hibernian

    Rangers v Motherwell

    Ross County v St Johnstone

  3. Click for text from Dumbarton

    Dumbarton 1-2 Livingston

    The second half is under way in Dumbarton and you can follow the rest of the Championship game on our match report page's live text.

    Dumbarton v Livingston live text

    Scott Pittman (right) celebrates his goal
    Image caption: Scott Pittman (right) put Livi into the lead
  4. Dundee's Meekings on crutches

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Dundee manager Neil McCann is unsure about the extent of the injury to defender Josh Meekings, who was forced off after a heavy tackle on Celtic winger Jonny Hayes.

    "He is on a set of crutches, so that is never a good sign, but hopefully that is only precautionary," McCann told BBC Radio Scotland.

    "Josh took a really sore one on the top of his foot. I am hoping Jonny is OK as well. It was just one of those challenges - full steam ahead from both players.

    "I felt the game should have been stopped immediately, with the noise of it, and Jonny's reaction suggested it was a bad one. But, as long as both players are OK, I won't gripe about that."

    Dundee manager Neil McCann shows his frustration
    Image caption: Dundee manager Neil McCann was left frustrated

    McCann admitted there were few positives his side could take away from the game.

    "It was disappointing in terms of what we have been doing with the players," he added. "We were a bit too tentative and too often took the easy option - going sideways when we needed a bit more cutting edge.

    "We started to trust our game a bit after the first goal, but then we gave away a really sloppy second goal.

    "There was no great belief that we could get back into it in the second half."

  5. Dundee in difficulty

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Defeat by Celtic means Dundee miss a chance to move above Hamilton into ninth place in the Premiership.

    Partick Thistle and bottom side Ross County could both move above the Dark Blues if they win their games in hand tomorrow night.

    However, Thistle have a hard task away to second-top Aberdeen, while County face a St Johnstone side on a run of three straight wins outside Perth.

    Dundee captain Darren O'Dea shows his disappointment
    Image caption: Dundee captain Darren O'Dea was left disappointed against his former club
  6. 'No contact' with Brighton over Dembele

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Speaking ahead of kick-off at Dens Park, Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers played down reports suggesting there had been an approach from Brighton for striker Moussa Dembele.

    Rodgers dismisses Dembele Brighton link

    Moussa Dembele

    Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers says there has been "no contact" with Brighton over their reported interest in striker Moussa Dembele.

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  7. Celtic 'in good shape' for Rangers game

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers thinks his side are in good shape ahead of Glasgow derby against Rangers.

    "Dundee have shown up against some of the bigger opponents they put in strong performances," he told BBC Radio Scotland.

    "We scored very good goals, great passing and we opened them up with numbers and finished very well.

    "The response to the defeat by Hearts has been excellent.

    We always knew it was going to be difficult against Dundee, but we had some outstanding performances from the players.

    "I think we are looking pretty good - fit and strong and focused, which is important at this time of the year."

    Dundee goalkeeper Elliot Parish congratulates Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers

    Rodgers is hopeful that the injury to winger Jonny Hayes will not be as bad as first feared.

    "He will go for an x-ray, but hopefully he is okay," he added.

    "It was a really sore one and he doesn't go down easily, but the medical team is saying it might only be bruising on the shin."

  8. HALF-TIME Dumbarton 1-2 Livingston

    Livi lead at the break as they chase the three points that would take them above Queen of the South into third place in the Championship with a game in hand over the Dumfries outfit.

  9. GOAL Dumbarton 1-2 Livingston

    Scott Pittman

    Livi come from behind to lead, with Dylan Mackin setting up Scott Pittman in front of goal to fire the visitors ahead.

  10. Hayes injury update

    FT Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park

    Brendan Rodgers confirms Jonny Hayes will have an X-ray on his shin after he had to be withdrawn in the win over Dundee.

  11. McGinn predicts better Hearts

    Heart of Midlothian v Hibernian (Wednesday, 19:45)

    Tomorrow's match of the day is at Tynecastle and Hibs midfielder John McGinn has told BBC Scotland that he expects a tougher derby challenge from hosts Hearts.

    Hibs' McGinn expects different Hearts

    John McGinn and Rafal Grzelak

    John McGinn believes Hearts' 'massive improvement' will make Hibs' visit to Tynecastle 'completely different' to their last derby.

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  12. GOAL Dumbarton 1-1 Livingston

    Craig Halkett

    Dumbarton's lead only lasts a couple of minutes as Craig Halkett's shot levels for Livi.

  13. First three in row since September

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park

    This was a comfortable afternoon for Celtic with the points earned mainly in the first half, when their all-round display was excellent at times.

    They were hungry, incisive and clinical. The level dropped as the game wore on, which afforded Dundee one or two chances, but the result was never in doubt.

    Three wins on the trot for the first time since September. Celtic seem to be pushing on with their latest title quest.

  14. Celtic 'saved their energy'

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Alex Rae

    Former Rangers midfielder for BBC Scotland

    Quote Message: Dundee need to be a bit more pragmatic and get more results on the board. The league table doesn't lie. Celtic have been professional and saved energy for the weekend game against Rangers
  15. Job done by Celtic

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC 5 live

    Quote Message: Celtic have done what they have had to do today without being brilliant
  16. FULL-TIME Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Celtic dominate from start to finish as Dundee present them with a Boxing Day gift of three points.

    Brendan Rodgers' reigning champions stretch their lead at the top of the Premiership to 11 points ahead of Aberdeen, who host Partick Thistle tomorrow.

    First-half goals from James Forrest and Leigh Griffiths set the Glasgow side on their way to a leisurely stroll in the Tayside sun.

    Celtic scorer Leigh Griffiths celebrates his goal
    Image caption: Leigh Griffiths scored against his former club to put Celtic 2-0 ahead
  17. GOAL Dumbarton 1-0 Livingston

    Ally Roy

    Ally Roy puts Dumbarton ahead in the Championship game at home to Livingston, firing home from Stuart Carswell's pass.

  18. Post update

    Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    We are into two minutes of stoppage time and Celtic are heading for the three points.

  19. Picking up a penguin and points

    Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Celtic fans in fancy dress enjoy their day at Dens Park
    Image caption: Celtic fans in fancy dress have been enjoying their day at Dens Park
  20. Post update

    Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    James Forrest tees up Michael Johnston with a superb chipped cross to the back post, but the 18-year-old striker's volley flies just over the bar from 15 yards.