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  1. Next stop St Petersburg

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers will be hoping the rest he gave to some of his players in making seven changes against St Johnstone will help their cause as they head to Russia for Thursday's second leg of their Europa League last-32 tie.

    The Northern Irishman had the luxury of doing so after Aberdeen lost away to Hibs on Saturday and, despite being held at home by St Johnstone, Celtic end the weekend having increased their lead at the top to nine points.

    Brendan Rodgers consoles his Celtic players
    Image caption: Brendan Rodgers' side were left frustrated against St Johnstone

    Rangers also took advantage of the Dons' defeat to overtake Derek McInnes' side on goal difference.

    At the bottom, Hamilton's defeat by Rangers leaves Martin Canning's side in the relegation play-off spot and only two points above Ross County.

    Rangers' Josh Windass and Jamie Murphy celebrate
    Image caption: Josh Windass and Jamie Murphy scored for Rangers against Hamilton

    Meanwhile, it looks like Caley Thistle are well on their way to joining Dumbarton in the Irn Bru Cup final as they lead Northern Irish side Crusaders 2-0.

    You can watch the conclusion to that game live on BBC Alba and the BBC Sport website.

    Join us again on Thursday for more live text coverage as Celtic look to protect that 1-0 lead.

    Caley Thistle's George Oakley celebrates
    Image caption: George Oakley put Caley Thistle ahead against Crusaders
  2. Leaders Celtic stumble against Saints

    Andy Campbell is the man with his impressions of Celtic's draw with St Johnstone.

    Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    Charly Musonda and Murray Davidson

    Celtic are held to a scoreless draw by a dogged St Johnstone side but the Premiership leaders increased their advantage to nine points.

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  3. GOAL Inverness Caledonian Thistle 2-0 Crusaders

    Joe Chalmers

    Having scored Caley Thistle's opener, striker George Oakley sends a cross to the back post for Joe Chalmers to head don and past goalkeeper Brian Jenson to give Caley Thistle a two-goal lead within the opening 15 minutes.

  4. Windass blows away Accies

    You can catch up on Richard Wilson's impressions of the action in Hamilton as Accies lost to Rangers in the highest-scoring game of the Premiership season so far.

    Hamilton Academical 3-5 Rangers

    Rangers' Josh Windass celebrates scoring against Hamilton

    Josh Windass scores a hat-trick as Rangers sweep Hamilton aside and climb back into second place on goal difference.

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  5. LINE-UPS from Caledonian Stadium

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Crusaders

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle: Ridgers, McKay, Warren, Donaldson, Calder, Mulraney, Polworth, Vigurs, Chalmers, Oakley, Bell.

    Substitutes: Esson, Baird, Seedorf, Daniel Mackay, Jack Brown, Harper, Elbouzedi.

    Crusaders: Jensen, Burns, Beverland, Coates, McClean, Forsyth, Caddell, Glackin, Snoddy, Heatley, Murray.

    Substitutes: O'Neill, Lowry, Carvill, Cushley, Owens, Whyte, Suarez. Referee: Bryn Markham-Jones.

  6. We're on cusp of being really good - Murty

    Hamilton 3-5 Rangers

    Rangers manager Graeme Murty, speaking to Rangers TV: "The neutral might have enjoyed it.

    "The first half was too much like a game of basketball. I’m pleased that we scored five goals, but our slackness in possession contributed to as many problems as chances created.

    "We need to get that nailed down. We can’t have our good attacking work undone like that. It was too frantic at times.

    "We’re on the cusp of being really good. We do good work then undo it with a piece of slackness.

    "This is still a work in progress, a team with a long way to go.

    "We can take the good from this and the things we know we can do better. There was lots of good stuff that I’ll be happy with when I’m calmer."

    Hat-trick hero Josh Windass is congratulated by Graeme Murty
    Image caption: Rangers boss Graeme Murty praised Josh Windass after his hat-trick
  7. GOAL Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-0 Crusaders

    George Oakley

    John Robertson's Caley Thistle go straight in front, with George Oakley scoring his eighth of the season after being set up by Liam Polworth.

  8. Watch live now on BBC Alba

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Crusaders (17:15)

    The action of BBC Scotland is not over and the players are coming on to the pitch at Caledonian Stadium for the second Irn Bru Cup semi-final between Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Crusaders.

    You can watch it live on BBC Alba.

  9. Questions more for St Johnstone - Rodgers

    FT: Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers on BBC Radio Scotland: "Of course we always want to win, but there are lots of positives.

    "We have lots of injuries and we had a very young team, but people like Tom Rogic and Cristian Gamboa got game time - and it was Jack Hendry's first home game.

    "It was a slower rhythm for us in the first half and we didn't take our chances.

    "Probably a point was about right for both teams.

    "Tommy will be thinking how they haven't won since 16 December when they can come here and play like that?

    "So the questions are more about their mentality."

  10. Rodgers to question strength in depth?

    FT: Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    John Hartson

    Former Celtic striker on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Brendan Rodgers will be questioning if he can rely on his second string to take care of teams like this
  11. This should give us confidence - Wright

    FT: Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright on BBC Radio Scotland: "Celtic started the game better than us and Gamboa was getting too much of the ball, so we changed our shape.

    "We were then the better team until the break.

    "It was a good solid performance and we must take confidence from that.

    "That's twice we have come here and not got beat.

    "It is always a tough task and you need a little luck, but if you work hard, you can frustrate them."

  12. Saints end the rot

    FT: Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    Celtic's eight-game run of victories at home comes to an end as Saints, who drew 1-1 at Celtic Park in August, end their own run of three straight defeats.

    Despite the point, Tommy Wright's side remain in ninth place, a point behind Dundee but with two games in hand.

    Callum McGregor captained Celtic against St Johnstone
    Image caption: Callum McGregor captained an unfamiliar Celtic line-up against St Johnstone
  13. FULL-TIME Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    Celtic only fail to score at home in the league for the second time under Brendan Rodgers as St Johnstone make it two successive draws at Celtic Park.

    It means Celtic have a nine-point lead at the top of the Premiership. This time last season, the gap was 27 points.

  14. 'Saints fantastic'

    Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    Allan Preston

    BBC Scotland summariser

    Quote Message: St Johnstone have been fantastic. Brendan Rodgers has made a number of changes, but this side still took a lot of money to assemble
  15. YELLOW CARD Blair Alston

    Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    Blair Alston is booked for a body check on Kieran Tierney as the Saints midfielder tries to halt Celtic's momentum.

  16. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    Celtic are ramping up the pressure and Jason Kerr makes a superb last-ditch tackle to stop Moussa Dembele deep inside the penalty box.

    Then Scott Sinclair whips a low ball across the face of the penalty box that just evades Dembele.

  17. Millar replaced with Craig

    Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    Chris Millar, the midfielder who has been excellent in the Saints engine room, is replaced with Liam Craig.

  18. Lack of invention from Celtic

    Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    John Hartson

    Former Celtic striker on Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: I thought before the game Celtic still had enough quality to win. Brendan Rodgers has had to bring on three players who he probably didn't want to even be involved. It shows the lack of invention Celtic have had today
  19. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    Blair Alston fires a shot towards the Celtic goal from just outside the penalty box and it is deflected for a corner.

    Saints are looking just as likely to break the deadlock.

  20. Tierney replaces Miller

    Celtic 0-0 St Johnstone

    Calvin Miller makes way for Scotland left-back Kieran Tierney in Celtic's final change.