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  1. FT: Rangers 4-0 Dundee (Miller, Morelos, Murphy, Candeias)
  2. FT: Hearts 2-0 Aberdeen (Naismith, Milinkovic); FT: Partick T 0-1 Kilmarnock (Findlay)
  3. FT: Ross C 1-1 Hibs (Mckay; Shaw); FT: St Johnstone 0-0 Motherwell
  4. St Mirren, who win 1-0 at Brechin, have to wait for Championship title as Livi beat Morton 3-2
  5. Partick Thistle remain bottom after defeat by Killie

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  1. Next stop Hamilton

    Hamilton Academical v Celtic (Sunday, 12:30)

    Another topsy turvy day in Scottish football draws to a close, but the Premiership weekend isn't yet over.

    Join us again tomorrow as relegation-threatened Hamilton host champions elect Celtic.

    Could there be another twist that will give the SPFL nightmares as it looks to place the last Glasgow derby of the league season?

    Hamilton Academical 1-2 Celtic

    Leigh Griffiths celebrates scoring Celtic's second goal

    Callum McGregor and Leigh Griffiths score as Celtic win at Hamilton to move to within one win of a seventh straight title.

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  2. Dons defeat adds to SPFL dilemma

    Scottish Premiership

    Rangers are back into second place in the Premiership - on goal difference ahead of Aberdeen.

    The Dons' stumble away to Hearts adds to the dilemma facing the Scottish Professional Football League.

    It was waiting to announce the post-split fixtures until after this weekend's fixtures.

    If Celtic win tomorrow at Hamilton, it would mean that Brendan Rodgers' side could secure the title in the first game after the Premiership splits into two.

    It means that it is unlikely to be chosen for the final Old Firm derby against Rangers.

    Top six
  3. Cove take title and head for play-off

    Highland League

    Cove Rangers' 5-0 win over Clachnacuddin has secured the Aberdeen side the Highland League title.

    It means they will face the winners of the Lowland League in a play-off to see who has the chance of facing a final against the team to finish bottom of League Two and the chance to win a place in the SPFL.

  4. Tough at the bottom

    Scottish Premiership

    Ross County's point against Hibs gives the Dingwall side a narrow advantage at the bottom of the Premiership.

    The pressure tomorrow turns to Hamilton, who sit ninth, four points ahead of County, and host champions elect Celtic tomorrow.

    Bottom six
  5. Top two win again

    Scottish League Two

    Peterhead and Montrose remain neck and neck at the top of League Two.

    The Blue Toon won 3-1 away to Berwick, while Montrose ran out 5-0 winners away to a Stirling side who sit third and were looking to secure a promotion play-off place.

    Stenhousemuir returned to the top four after a 4-1 win away to Edinburgh City.

    Elgin slip to fifth after losing by the same score away to Annan.

    Cowdenbeath delayed confirmation of finishing at the bottom by edging out Clyde.

    All of a sudden, they are only seven behind Berwick and Edinburgh with four games remaining.

  6. Ayr take control

    Scottish League One

    Ayr have stretched their lead at the top of League One to five points after a 2-1 win away to Airdrieonians.

    Second-top Raith Rovers were held to a draw away to Arbroath.

    That point lifts the Red Litchties into third ahead of Alloa on goal difference after the Wasps lost 1-0 at home to Stranraer.

    The win takes Stranraer to within six points of Arbroath and Alloa.

    Albion Rovers and Queen's Park remain tied at the foot of the table, with Forfar moving seven points ahead after their win in Coatbridge.

  7. Buddies can win it at Tannadice

    While Livingston's win over Morton prevented St Mirren securing the title today, the Paisley side remain 12 points ahead at the top of the Championship and can clinch the title when they travel to face Dundee United on Tuesday.

    Livi stay six ahead of Dunfermline Athletic with a game in hand, but the Pars continue their own momentum with a fine 2-1 win away to Falkirk.

    United slip three points behind the Fifers after another disappointing result - losing 3-2 away to second-bottom Dumbarton - although they do have two games in hand.

    The consolation for Csaba Laszlo's side is that the two sides below them - Morton and Queen of the South - both lost.

    Despite Dumbarton's win, the part-timers are eight points behind Falkirk and destined for a relegation play-off.

    St Mirren celebrate Kyle Magennis' winner against Brechin City
    Image caption: Kyle Magennis (right) scored St Mirren's winner over bottom side Brechin
  8. Kettlewell sees 'huge positives'

    FT: Ross County 1-1 Hibernian

    Ross County interim co-manager Stuart Kettlewell on BBC Radio Scotland: "We rode our luck at times today and Hibs are full of quality in all areas of the pitch and we understood that.

    "Our players were really disciplined within our shape. We made it really difficult for them to create clear-cut chances.

    "We’re massively disappointed we concede the goal, but we can’t ask too much more of the players.

    "We knew this was going to be a tough fixture and we thought our players stood up to the test really, really well.

    "That’s four points in the last two games for us and we’ve got to take huge positives from that."

    Stuart Kettlewell
    Image caption: Stuart Kettlewell and Steve Ferguson have guided Ross County off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership
  9. Massive games after split - Archibald

    FT: Partick Thistle 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald: "I thought the performance was better. There wasn't a lot in the game.

    "There was a lot more desire from the players to try and get back in the game and win the game.

    "Things don't go for you when you're down the bottom of the table.

    "Massive games now - they become cup finals and, if we show the desire we showed today, hopefully we'll get a result.

    "I'm happy doing my job. What the board say and what the board do isn't going to affect the players on the pitch at the moment."

    Alan Archibald
  10. Lennon rues missed chances

    FT: Ross County 1-1 Hibernian

    Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon on BBC Radio Scotland: "It was total domination from the team. They showed great resilience and patience.

    "We missed a lot of opportunities to score a lot earlier, even before County scored. And County scored with their one attack.

    "They’d plenty luck today and sometimes you need that when you’re down there fighting.

    "I’m pleased with the character we showed and it could be an important point.

    "It’s five cup finals now. No-one’s given us a chance of finishing second, but we’re only three points behind second place with five games to go."

    Neil Lennon
    Image caption: Neil Lennon's Hibs are unbeaten in nine matches
  11. Premiership joy boys

    Rangers' Alfredo Morelos and Kenny Miller celebrate
    Image caption: Alfredo Morelos and Kenny Miller both scored in Rangers' 4-0 win over Dundee
    Hearts' David Milinkovic celebrates
    Image caption: David Milinkovic scored Hearts' second in their win over Aberdeen
    Kilmarnock's Stuart Findlay and Jordan Jones celebrate
    Image caption: Stuart Findlay and Jordan Jones combined for Kilmarnock's winner against Partick Thistle
  12. Levein demands better away form

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Aberdeen

    Hearts manager Craig Levein on BBC Radio Scotland: "We wanted to try and win the game, we wanted to go home and send the supporters home happy.

    "We’re very good here. The challenge for us is to be just as good away from home.

    "The shape of the team was excellent and we never really allowed them to create the gaps that would’ve caused us problems.

    "We stayed compact and moved together all over the field and that made it really difficult for them to play through us.

    "We have set high standards today and hopefully we can reach those for the rest of the season."

    Hearts manager Craig Levein
    Image caption: Craig Levein's Hearts are unbeaten in 14 games at Tynecastle

    Scottish Premiership

    Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Aberdeen

    Partick Thistle 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Rangers 4-0 Dundee

    Ross County 1-1 Hibernian

    St Johnstone 0-0 Motherwell

    Scottish Championship

    Brechin City 0-1 St Mirren

    Dumbarton 3-2 Dundee United

    Falkirk 1-2 Dunfermline Athletic

    Livingston 3-2 Greenock Morton

    Queen of the South 0-2 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Scottish League One

    Airdrieonians 1-2 Ayr United

    Albion Rovers 0-1 Forfar Athletic

    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Stranraer

    Arbroath 1-1 Raith Rovers

    Queen's Park 2-3 East Fife

    Scottish League Two

    Annan Athletic 4-1 Elgin City

    Berwick Rangers 1-3 Peterhead

    Cowdenbeath 1-0 Clyde

    Edinburgh City 1-4 Stenhousemuir

    Stirling Albion 0-5 Montrose

  14. Saturday's Scottish football headlines

    • Rangers move above Aberdeen into second place on goal difference with a 4-0 win over Dundee
    • Dons are beaten 2-0 at Hearts, who extend unbeaten home run to 14
    • Ross County claim a point but are denied victory by a late Oli Shaw equaliser for Hibs in a 1-1 draw
    • Partick Thistle remain bottom of Premiership after 1-0 home defeat by Kilmarnock
    • Motherwell stay in seventh place after a 0-0 draw at St Johnstone
    • St Mirren must wait to clinch the Championship title despite a 1-0 win at Brechin as second-placed Livingston beat Greenock Morton 3-2
    Captain James Tavernier celebrates Rangers' second goal scored by Alfiredo Morelos (right)
    Image caption: Rangers had lost their previous two league matches at Ibrox
  15. So close but just delayed

    FT: Brechin City 0-1 St Mirren

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Sport Scotland at Glebe Park

    The title party did not materialise thanks to Livingston’s win over Morton, but St Mirren have inched ever closer to clinching the Championship title.

    Kyle Magennis produced a brilliant early strike to get St Mirren ahead, but in truth they didn’t dominate from there as you might have expected.

    The next opportunity to finalise the title is at Tannadice on Tuesday. Dundee United will want to make sure it doesn’t happen at their home.

  16. FULL-TIME Rangers 4-0 Dundee

    Rangers go second in the Premiership thanks to a dominant display against Dundee.

    Kenny Miller, Alfredo Morelos, Jamie Murphy and Daniel Candeais grabbed the goals and with Aberdeen losing at Hearts, Graeme Murty's men are now second on goal difference.

    Dundee remain 10th behind Hamilton on goal difference, with Ross County edging to within four points of Neil McCann's side.

  17. FULL-TIME Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Aberdeen

    Goals from Steven Naismith and David Milinkovic secure an impressive win for Hearts and it is a body blow for Aberdeen's hopes of finishing runners-up.

    The defeat allows Rangers to take over in second place on goal difference.

  18. GOAL Rangers 4-0 Dundee

    Daniel Candeias

    Daniel Candeias fires into the roof of the net as Rangers edge towards an emphatic win.

  19. FULL-TIME Ross County 1-1 Hibernian

    Hibs defender Darren McGregor goes close with a header from a corner, but the final whistle blows with the scores level.

    County move a point above Partick Thistle at the bottom of the table but miss a chance to pull Dundee and Hamilton Academical deeper into trouble.

    The Dingwall side at least narrow the gap on those two to four points.

    Hibs will also be disappointed not to have taken three points with second-top Aberdeen losing away to Hearts.

    With Rangers beating Dundee, Hibs are now three points behind the Glasgow side and the Dons.