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Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Top-six title contenders

    Join us against tomorrow to see if Celtic can take advantage of Aberdeen's stumble to increase their eight-point lead at the top of the table when they entertain struggling St Johnstone.

    Hibs improved their Europa League qualification hopes by beating the Dons today, while Kilmarnock moved into the top six with their win away to Motherwell.

    Can Rangers draw level with Aberdeen as they visit relegation-haunted Hamilton?

    See you tomorrow for more thrills from the Premiership, plus there's the second Scottish Challenge Cup semi-final between Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Crusaders.

    And don't forget you can watch Hibs' win over Aberdeen live on BBC Alba now.

    Top six
  2. Bottom-six battle

    Dundee were the big moves in the bottom six today and tomorrow Hamilton and St Johnstone have a chance to improve their chances of avoiding the relegation zone.

    However, they have it tough, with Accies at home to in-form Rangers and Saints visiting leaders Celtic.

    Bottom six
  3. Murray the man for Dee

    You can read how former Tangerine Simon Murray emerged a Dark Blues hero against Partick Thistle.

    Partick Thistle 1-2 Dundee

    Dundee striker Simon Murray celebrates scoring against Partick Thistle

    Simon Murray scores twice in the last six minutes as Dundee come from behind to defeat Partick Thistle.

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  4. Djoum out for season

    There was bad news for Hearts and Arnaud Djoum with the news that the midfielder could be ruled out for "seven or eight months" after snapping his Achilles against Ross County.

    Djoum out for 'seven or eight months'

    Hearts midfielder Arnaud Djoum suffers a snapped Achilles against Ross County

    Hearts manager Craig Levein says midfielder Arnaud Djoum could be out for "seven or eight months" after snapping his Achilles.

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  5. Killie are smash-and-grab kings

    Jonathan Sutherland has been hailing resilient Kilmarnock as they win away to Motherwell.

    Motherwell 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Stephen O'Donnell

    Kilmarnock narrowly beat Motherwell to go above the Steelmen into sixth place in the Scottish Premiership.

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  6. Hibs down disappointing Dons

    Chris McLaughlin has been enthusing about Hibs' dominant performance against title-chasing Aberdeen.

    Hibernian 2-0 Aberdeen

    Hibs players celebrate

    Hibernian boost their European qualification hopes after a dominant second-half against Aberdeen at a packed Easter Road.

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  7. Naismith rescues point for County

    FT: Ross County 1-1 Heart of Midlothian

    What seems like hours ago, Jason Naismith's equaliser secured Ross County a point against Hearts and here's Brian McLauchlin's impressions of the game in Dingwall.

    Ross County 1-1 Heart of Midlothian

    Ross County's Jason Naismith celebrates scoring against Hearts

    Jason Naismith strikes late to cancel out Kyle Lafferty's opener and secure a point for Ross County against Hearts.

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  8. McFadden confirms Scotland talks

    Former Scotland striker James McFadden has been talking to BBC Scotland about the possibility of joining Alex McLeish's backroom staff with the national side.

    McFadden 'looking forward' to Scotland role

    James McFadden

    James McFadden has held brief talks with new Scotland head coach Alex McLeish about joining the national team's backroom staff.

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  9. 'Decision-making failed us' - Robinson

    FT: Motherwell 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson: "It's probably the best we have played in terms of possession and our quality of play.

    "I've been told we put 30 crosses into the box and 12 corners, so you've got to be getting on the end of them - there's something that I'm looking at that I'm disappointed with.

    Stephen Robinson

    "Our decision-making in the final third should have been better at times, we had great opportunities to put people through and we chose the wrong option.

    "Our deliveries at set plays at times were not good enough, but there are a lot of things that I can be very pleased with, although the emotion is obviously always dictated by the result."

  10. Top two slip up as Clyde march on

    Scottish League Two

    It's as you were at the top of League Two after Montrose and Peterhead both slipped up.

    Montrose, who remain six points ahead but who have played two games more than the Blue Toon, were held to a 2-2 draw away to Elgin City, while Peterhead slipped up with a 1-1 draw at home to Berwick Rangers.

    Stenhousemuir, 1-0 winners over Edinburgh City, and Stirling Albion, who eased aside Annan Athletic 3-0, narrowed the gap on the top two.

    Clyde continued their revival under manager Danny Lennon with a fifth straight victory thanks to a double from former Scotland striker David Goodwillie against Cowdenbeath.

    It means that the Blue Brazil slip nine points below Edinburgh at the foot of the table and look destined to be facing a play-off to preserve their league status at the end of the season.

  11. Ayr make ground on Rovers

    Scottish League One

    Ayr have narrowed the gap on League One leaders Raith Rovers to six points after their 3-0 win over East Fife.

    Rovers, who have played one game more, were held to a 2-2 draw away to Albion Rovers.

    The two sides below Ayr lost ground after Arbroath and Alloa Athletic finished goalless.

    Result of the day was from Forfar Athletic, who not only lifted themselves off the foot of the table but did so with a 5-1 thrashing of promotion-chasing Stranraer.

  12. Hibs 'murdered' Dons - McInnes

    FT: Hibernian 2-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes tells BBC Scotland: "Even though the score was 2-0, I thought we got murdered today.

    "The player who took responsibility was in a green and white shirt. They won more tackles, they were brighter, had a better appetite than us.

    "You can sometimes accept when you haven't played well but you still see us taking responsibility for it.

    "I didn't think we did that enough, which is unusual for us. We were lucky to get away with two.

    Aberdeen's Ryan Christie and Hibernian's Paul Hanlon
    Image caption: Aberdeen's Ryan Christie and Hibernian's Paul Hanlon

    "I don't know where it's come from. We went into the game in good form.

    "We never won a tackle today, we were really poor.

    "We murdered Hibs at Pittodrie 4-1 and that for me today was similar. Hibs put their revenge on us and thoroughly deserved it."

  13. Livi narrow gap on Buddies

    Scottish Championship

    St Mirren's surprise 4-1 thumping by Livingston means the West Lothian side move to within 11 points of the Championship leaders with a game in hand.

    Morton's second-half equaliser away to Queen of the South is enough to move the Greenock outfit into fourth ahead of Dunfermline Athletic having played one game less.

    Queens are now level with the Pars but behind on goal difference.

    Falkirk's late winner away to Brechin lifts the Bairns nine points clear of second bottom Dumbarton, although the Sons do have three games in hand.

    Brechin's latest defeat leaves the part-timers 16 points adrift and heading for certain relegation.

  14. Clarke hails 'unbelievable character'

    FT: Motherwell 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke on BBC Radio Scotland: "We knew it would be a tough game and I thought the first half was even, but we got the goal.

    "Second half, Motherwell were more dominant and we started to run out of legs because of the midweek game.

    "But you have to say the character of the players here is unbelievable and we managed to take the three points."

    Kris Boyd leads Kilmarnock's celebrations
    Image caption: Kris Boyd led Kilmarnock's celebrations at Fir Park
  15. Murray in a late hurry

    FT: Partick Thistle 1-2 Dundee

    What a difference six minutes make. Partick Thistle were comfortable and looking at moving above both visitors Dundee and St Johnstone into eighth place thanks to Conor Sammon's first-half striker.

    Suddenly, two late Simon Murray strikes and the Glasgow side are left only one point above second-bottom Hamilton, who have three games in hand.

    Meanwhile, the Dark Blues leave with the points and they are the ones to overtake St Johnstone.

    Simon Murray celebrates scoring for Dundee
  16. Dons fail to narrow gap

    FT: Hibernian 2-0 Aberdeen

    How often has it happened in recent years when Aberdeen have failed to capitalise on Celtic playing on a Sunday after a European tie?

    Their defeat at Easter Road means Derek McInnes' side fail to narrow the eight-point gap with the reigning champions, who can obviously extend it further tomorrow at home to St Johnstone.

    Hibs, meanwhile, move to within two points of third-top Rangers, who take on Hamilton tomorrow, and are now nine points clear of Hearts after their city rivals drew with Ross County earlier.

  17. Lennon 'could not be more delighted'

    FT: Hibernian 2-0 Aberdeen

    Hibs head coach Neil Lennon on BBC Radio Scotland: "I thought we were outstanding against a very good side who came into the game in real form.

    "I could not be more delighted.

    "I was delighted for Martin Boyle, who has had a wee mental block against Aberdeen because he is an Aberdeen boy, but he was excellent and got his goal.

    "We are in good form and they played some great football and it is a wee bonus for us.

    "We are in a good place just now and we just need to maintain that now."

    Hibernian's Florian Kamberi celebrates after doubling the lead
    Image caption: Florian Kamberi celebrates after doubling Hibs' lead
  18. Killie's Clarke revolution continues

    FT: Motherwell 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Jonathan Sutherland

    BBC Sport Scotland at Fir Park

    Steve Clarke guides Kilmarnock to yet another win and a victory that means his side leapfrog Motherwell into the top six.

    Stephen O’Donnell with an absolute beauty from 25 yards into the bottom corner.

    Kilmarnock deserved the win due to the fine goal and a resilience that has been there since Clarke arrived.

    Motherwell pay the price for a lack of cutting edge.


    Championship, League One & League Two

    Scottish Challenge Cup semi-final

    The New Saints v Dumbarton (19:35)

    Scottish Championship

    Brechin City 0-1 Falkirk

    Livingston 4-1 St Mirren

    Queen of the South 1-1 Greenock Morton

    Scottish League One

    Airdrieonians 2-1 Queen's Park

    Albion Rovers 2-2 Raith Rovers

    Arbroath 0-0 Alloa Athletic

    Ayr United 3-0 East Fife

    Forfar Athletic 5-1 Stranraer

    Scottish League Two

    Clyde 2-0 Cowdenbeath

    Elgin City 2-2 Montrose

    Peterhead 1-1 Berwick Rangers

    Stenhousemuir 1-0 Edinburgh City

    Stirling Albion 3-0 Annan Athletic

  20. FULL-TIME Hibernian 2-0 Aberdeen

    An impressive second half from Hibs and, inspired by the performances of Scott Allan and John McGinn, they could have scored more than their two goals.

    Martin Boyle and Florian Kamberi got the goals, but Jamie Maclaren, Scott Allan and Darren MacGregor all could have added more.

    Martin Boyle heads Hibs into the lead against Aberdeen
    Image caption: Martin Boyle headed Hibs into the lead against Aberdeen