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Live Reporting

Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. What's in store on Wednesday?

    There are three Premiership game scheduled for tomorrow evening.

    Celtic v Dundee

    Hibernian v Hamilton

    Motherwell v Aberdeen

    The weather reports are bleak, with more snow and falling temperatures. Any transport problems will make life difficult for supporters, although there should be no problems at the grounds, with the pitches well protected.

    If the action goes ahead, we'll have it covered.

    Cheers for now...

  2. What next for tonight's teams?

    Rangers, Hearts and Kilmarnock are all in Scottish Cup action at the weekend, with semi-final places up for grabs.

    Falkirk go to Ibrox, while Hearts visit Motherwell and Killie go up to Aberdeen.

    St Johnstone are in league action, at home to Hamilton Accies.

  3. 'Draw was probably fair' - Clarke

    FT: Hearts 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke tells BBC Scotland: "We're not allowed to talk about the pitch at Kilmarnock. We get a lot of stick for our one, but the pitch was difficult tonight.

    "Their goal was a catalogue of mistakes and a big slip from Stephen O'Donnell which was definitely attributable to the pitch.

    "We had a number of chances to win it towards the end but probably the draw was fair.

    "That's what your goalkeeper is there for (penalty save). I'm pleased because it keeps our little run going, pleased because it keeps a bit of momentum going into Saturday's game away at Aberdeen. It was a good attitude and good effort from the players."

    Kilmarnock's Eamonn Brophy celebrates after he makes it 1-0
    Image caption: Kilmarnock's Eamonn Brophy celebrates after he makes it 1-0
  4. Points 'were in the bank' - Levein

    FT: Hearts 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Hearts manager Craig Levein tells BBC Scotland: "I'm not happy with the point. I wouldn't have been happy with a point before the game and I'm not happy with it now.

    "We started the game really poorly and we gave Kilmarnock a bit of hope. All credit to the players, they fought their way back into the match and I thought the second half was much better. To get a chance like that, a last minute penalty, I felt the game was won.

    "Our defence was not as solid as it has been; we got caught on the counter a few times.

    "Tonight the overriding feeling is of disappointment that we didn't take three points when they looked like they were in the bank."

    Kyle Lafferty missed a late penalty for Hearts at Tynecastle
    Image caption: Kyle Lafferty missed a late penalty for Hearts at Tynecastle
  5. 'Fair result' at Tynecastle

    FT: Hearts 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Allan Preston

    BBC Scotland summariser at Tynecastle

    Quote Message: I think 1-1 is a fair result. Kilmarnock had good chances and Jon McLaughlin has made a couple of really good saves. In the second half, apart from the penalty, Jamie MacDonald has had very little to do.
  6. Scottish Premiership top six

    Top six
  7. Scottish Premiership bottom six

    Bottom six
  8. 'No protection for Saints defence'

    FT: St Johnstone 1-4 Rangers

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Defensively, St Johnstone were terrible. The screening midfielder Matty Willock was really poor in the first half. He didn't look like the kind of player who will protect the two centre-halves
  9. Wright bemoans sloppy Saints

    FT: St Johnstone 1-4 Rangers

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright: "The manner of the goals we gave away is disappointing.

    "We're good for one week, bad for three weeks. Players, individually, haven't performed and confidence takes a dip. The squad is in a wee bit of transition.

    "People will say that was totally one-sided but, apart from the goals, Alan Mannus hasn't had much to do, although Rangers looked a threat with their pace.

    "We shot ourselves in the foot with the first two goals."

  10. Murty praises Rangers' quality against Saints

    St Johnstone 1-4 Rangers

    Rangers manager Graeme Murty, speaking to BT Sport: "Some of our football was at a high level.

    "[Goss] is a nice footballer, he understands the game and gives the team balance and composure that enables us to dictate tempo at times. He’s really settled in very well and he understands what it means to be a Rangers player, he’s taken it on board.

    "We’re going to have to get [Murphy] checked. We need to get him assessed. He and Daniel Candeias playing off Morelos are a dangerous attacking trio and we’re hopeful it’s nothing too serious."

  11. Livi pull away in second place

    Livingston further consolidate their second place in the Championship, now eight points behind leaders St Mirren and eight ahead of third placed Morton.

    Only one goal at Cappielow and it was a beauty from Nicky Cadden.



    Greenock Morton 0-1 Livingston


    Peterhead 2-1 Clyde

  13. FULL-TIME Hearts 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kyle Lafferty might struggle to get to sleep tonight...

    The big Hearts striker missed a penalty in stoppage time, with Jamie MacDonald stopping his tame, side-foot effort.

    Killie scored early through Eammon Brophy, Hearts hit back with a Steven Naismith nod.

    A draw is probably a fair outcome, given the balance of play.

    Kyle Lafferty watches as his late penalty is saved
    Image caption: Kyle Lafferty watches as his late penalty is saved
  14. Post update

    Heart of Midlothian 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kyle Lafferty's misery continues. He gets onto a long ball with just the goalkeeper to beat, but his attempt to flick it past the goalkeeper is poor and it's another easy save for Jamie MacDonald.

  15. FULL-TIME St Johnstone 1-4 Rangers

    That's four league wins in a row for Graeme Murty's men, who move six points clear of third-placed Aberdeen.

    The visitors blew Saints away in the first half.


    Hearts 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Oh dear. A dreadful effort from Kyle Lafferty is smothered by Killie keeper Jamie MacDonald.


    Hearts 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Late drama.

    A spot-kick to the hosts as Kyle Lafferty goes down under pressure from Youssouf Mulumbu.

    File under soft. Very soft.


    Heart of Midlothian 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Lee Erwin is denied by a fine save from Hearts' Jon McLaughlin, whose efforts must have impressed watching Scotland boss Alex McLeish.

    Erwin moves the ball onto his right foot and hammers a shot towards the near post, but the goalkeeper is brave and blocks it.

  19. Post update

    Heart of Midlothian 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Hearts striker Kyle Lafferty likes a long range shot, and he has another pop despite options ahead of him. His effort is high and wide though, a wasted opportunity as the clock ticks down.

  20. Saints fans head for home

    St Johnstone 1-4 Rangers

    Chick Young

    BBC Scotland at McDiarmid Park

    Four minutes to go and the game had gone to sleep. It’s freezing, snowing and Saints fans have had enough. We would all be grateful if referee Steven McLean went easy on the stoppage time.