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Summary

  1. Substitute Iain Wilson scores solo goal to put Killie in front
  2. Kris Boyd draws Kilmarnock level with excellent goal
  3. Kilmarnock's Gary Dicker sent off after second booking
  4. Steven Caulker puts Dundee in front with header
  5. Injured Brophy replaced by Lee Ewrin
  6. Dundee's Sofien Moussa equalises from penalty spot after Killie handball
  7. Eamonn Brophy opens scoring for Killie in six minutes

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

Europa League next to thrill?

You would expect it will be a step up in class on Thursday when Celtic host Zenit St Petersburg in the first leg of their last 32 tie in the Europa League.

But even Roberto Mancini's multi-million pound squad and Brendan Rodgers' Premiership leaders will have to go some way to match the thrills provided at Rugby Park tonight.

Join us in two days' time to see whether they can. I'm off for a lie down.

Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor celebrates against Zenit St Petersburg

Celtic 1-0 Zenit St Petersburg

Midfielder Callum McGregor's second-half goal delivers a merited victory for Celtic over Zenit St Petersburg in the last 32 of the Europa League.

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Wilson highlight of night

FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

Look out for the highlights of the game later.

Iain Wilson's solo run for his winner is fitting to win any match - and was a fine way for the 19-year-old to thrust his way into the limelight for his first-ever Kilmarnock goal.

Iain Wilson scores Kilmarnock's winner
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Iain Wilson ran from inside his own half to score the winner
Iain Wilson (left) celebrates scoring his first-ever goal for Kilmarnock
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It was a first senior goal for Kilmarnock by Iain Wilson (left)

Players unprofessional, says McCann

FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

Dundee manager Neil McCann has emerged at last to talk about that 3-2 defeat.

Asked why his side had lost, he told BBC Scotland: "Unprofessional manner of trying to manage the game.

"We've just got players running aimlessly about.

"Only the players can explain to me why that happened. We should have won that game.

"That's unacceptable. I'm very unhappy to say the least.

"Kris Boyd has shown in his career that you can't give him a chance or he will punish you.

"The third goal was a foul. Glen Kamara gets fouled and Iain Wilson waltzes through to score.

"But it wasn't the referee's fault that we lost the game tonight."

Dundee maanger Neil McCann
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Wilson wonder goal wins it

While you are waiting for Neil McCann, you can have a read at our man Martin Dowden's impressions of the game at Dens Park.

Kilmarnock midfielder Iain Wilson celebrates scoring against Dundee

Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

Ten-man Kilmarnock come from behind to defeat Dundee thanks to a superb solo goal by substitute Iain Wilson.

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Still waiting on McCann

FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

No sign of any Dundee players, or manager Neil McCann. It sounds like there is a lot of chat in that losing dressing-room.

We're still hopeful of bringing you reaction from the losing camp.

Clarke for Scotland?

FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

Allan Preston

BBC Scotland summariser

If you have any doubts about Steve Clarke's credentials to be Scotland manager, you should watch this game. What a three points for Kilmarnock and a kick in the teeth for Dundee

Clarke hails Wilson and Erwin

FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke is keeping his feet on the ground despite that amazing comeback to win.

"To come back from 2-1 down with 10 men is a fantastic achievement and the players deserve every credit that comes their way," he told BBC Radio Scotland.

"We were not in the game. Dundee were better in the first half, but we switched it round in the second half and were much better.

"We showed great charcter. Iain Wilson and Lee Erwin came off the bench and were fantastic.

Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke
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"I thought Gary Dicker was unlucky to get booked for the penalty. It was really soft, but it was definitely a second yellow.

"We are not too bad. We are a good team and the recent results show that great character within the squad.

"We got the winning goal, which, on the second half performance, we just about deserve."

A game with everything

FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

Allan Preston

BBC Scotland summariser

That's the best game I've seen live all season. It had absolutely everything. A penalty, a sending off, great displays, brilliant goals

Killie remain seventh!

FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

After an action packing game filled with quality - and refereeing errors - Kilmarnock go level on points with sixth-placed Motherwell in the Premiership, equal on goal difference but behind on goals scored.

However, they have two games in hand over the Fir Park side.

Dundee are left two points ahead of second-bottom Hamilton, who have two games in hand over Neil McCann's side.

FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

Phew!

Somehow, just somehow, despite being down to 10 men, Kilmarnock come from 2-1 down to score twice in a breathtaking last 16 minutes to secure a seventh win in a row and end Dundee's run of three successive away victories and four on the road without a defeat.

Kilmarnock's Kris Boyd and Greg Taylor celebrate
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Kris Boyd (left) scored for Kilmarnock to tie the scores at 2-2

YELLOW CARD Aaron Tshibola

Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

On-loan Aston Villa midfielder Aaron Tshibola is lucky only to receive a booking for a terrible challenge.

Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

Faissal El Bakhtaouia has a sight at goal, but the Dundee substitute slices it wide.

Kris Boyd off, Simpson on

Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

Kris Boyd is withdrawn by Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke as we approach stoppage time, with Aaron Simpson his replacement.

CLOSE!

Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

It is so close to a second goal of the evening for Dundee debutant Steve Caulker as the big central defender goes close from two corners, the first effort being deflected wide.

Outstanding goal

Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

Allan Preston

BBC Scotland summariser

We've had an outstanding team goal and now we have had a fantastic individual one

GOAL Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee

Iain Wilson

An amazing run by substitute Iain Wilson as he races from the halfway line, holds off a couple of challenges and curls his shot past goalkeeper Elliot Parish.

Dundee were incensed in the belief that they should have had a foul in the lead-up to the goal and assistant manager Graham Gartland is sent to the stand.

Kilmarnock 2-2 Dundee

Kilmarnock are still not satisfied with a point despite being down to 10 men and Rory McKenzie curls a drive just over the crossbar.

Kilmarnock 2-2 Dundee

Having set up Kilmarnock's equaliser for Kris Boyd, Lee Erwin almost repeats the exercise, but his cross for his strike partner is just off target.

Dicker off, Caulker scores

Kilmarnock 2-2 Dundee

Kilmarnock midfielder Gary Dicker is sent off
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Kilmarnock midfielder Gary Dicker was sent off
Steven Caulker rises to score for Dundee
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Steven Caulker rose to score and put Dundee 2-1 ahead

Game with everything

Kilmarnock 2-2 Dundee

Alex Rae

Former Dundee midfielder for BBC Scotland

That is as good a goal as you are going to see at this level. This game has been brilliant. It has had absolutely everything

El Bakhtaoui on for Kusunga

Kilmarnock 2-2 Dundee

Dundee manager Neil McCann is going for a winner.

He takes off defender Genseric Kusunga and on comes forward Faissal El Bakhtaoui.

CLOSE!

Kilmarnock 2-2 Dundee

Dundee are almost back in front immediately as Paul McGowan's delightful cross finds Mark O'Hara ghosting in, but the midfielder sends his effort wide.

That came shortly after another yellow card - this time for Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara.

GOAL Kilmarnock 2-2 Dundee

Kris Boyd

What a goal! Out of the blue (and white stripes), 10-man Kilmarnock are back level.

Lee Erwin plays a superb pass and Kris Boyd's sublime strike beats goalkeeper Elliot Parish.

That's the former Scotland striker's 15th goal of the season and ninth in 10 games.

Enthralling end awaits

Kilmarnock 1-2 Dundee

Martin Dowden

BBC Sport Scotland at Rugby Park

It's a like a cup tie with play swinging from end to end.

They may be a man down, but Kilmarnock are giving everything to get back into this, although they look vulnerable on the counter.

Part of the drama has surrounded referee Nick Walsh, who has infuriated both camps with some questionable decisions.

Terrific game

Kilmarnock 1-2 Dundee

Allan Preston

BBC Scotland summariser

Sometimes you look at games like West Brom against Stoke, with players worth millions of pounds and it's rubbish, but this is a terrific game

GREAT SAVE!

Kilmarnock 1-2 Dundee

Rory McKenzie forces a fine stop from goalkeeper Elliot Parish with a powerful drive.

Killie are not out of this yet, despite being down to 10 men.

CLOSE!

Kilmarnock 1-2 Dundee

Simon Murray is through on goal after a fine tackle and pass from McGowan, but he makes a hash of his effort and it ends on the roof of the net.

YELLOW CARD

Kilmarnock 1-2 Dundee

Killie are beginning to lose their discipline and Iain Wilson, only on for a couple of minutes, is booked for a bad foul.

It looks like team-mate Greg Taylor also finds himself in the book for adding his complaints.

Red mist from Dicker

Kilmarnock 1-2 Dundee

Martin Dowden

BBC Sport Scotland at Rugby Park

It was a crazy challenge from Gary Dicker, who was clearly out of control, aggrieved at what he thought was a poor decision by referee Nick Walsh moments earlier.

This plays right into Dundee’s hands. They’re capable on the ball and, if composed, can exploit the space.

As for Steven Caulker, his debut has been impressive and topped off with a stunning header to put his side ahead. He looks like a wonderful signing.

Wilson on for Scott Boyd

Kilmarnock 1-2 Dundee

Steve Clarke hauls off central defender Scott Boyd and sends on midfielder Iain Wilson.

The Killie boss is switching back to a back four as a result.

RED CARD Gary Dicker

Kilmarnock 1-2 Dundee

It is all going Pete Tong for Killie.

Referee Nick Walsh misses a hand ball from Roarie Deacon and Gary Dicker sees red mist - and a red card - as the midfielder takes the law into his own hands with a challenge that could have warranted a straight red card.

A second yellow is enough for the Irishman to be sent trooping to the dressing-room.

Magnificent from Dundee

Kilmarnock 1-2 Dundee

Alex Rae

Former Dundee midfielder for BBC Scotland

The corner is magnificent and the header is even better

GOAL Kilmarnock 1-2 Dundee

Steven Caulker

Roarie Deacon's corner finds the head of Steven Caulker and the one-time England central defender caps a dream debut with a header past goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald.

Killie's six-game winning run is seriously under threat.

Erwin replaces Brophy

Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee

Another blow for Kilmarnock.

Scorer Eamonn Brophy looks to have picked up an injury, sits down in the centre circle and is replaced with former Motherwell and Leeds United striker Lee Erwin.

Clarke's tactical change

Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee

Killie manager Steve Clarke has made a tactical switch, matching up with Dundee's back three.

KICK-OFF

Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee

Dundee get the second half under way.

Will it be a third draw in a row between the sides this season, will Kilmarnock make it seven wins in a row, or can Dundee make it a fourth away victory in succession?

What's it all about Archie?

HT: Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee

Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald
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Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald doesn't look impressed with the game

Caulker and Moussa show

HT: Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee

Sofien Moussa equalises from the penalty spot for Dundee
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Sofien Moussa equalised from the penalty spot for Dundee
Dundee's Mark O'Hara, Steven Caulker and Simon Murray celebrate
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Dundee debutant Steven Caulker (centre) won the penalty for the visitors

Murray impresses for Dundee

HT: Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee

Allan Preston

BBC Scotland summariser

The jury has been out on Simon Murray about whether he is a top-flight player. He has got to get better with his link-up play, but he has all the attributes to be a really good player

Caulker causing Killie problems

HT: Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee

Alex Rae

Former Dundee midfielder for BBC Scotland

Steven Caulker's caused all sorts of problems because he's got the height advantage and Neil McCann will be delighted with the response and performance from his side