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Summary

  1. FT: Hearts 1-0 Celtic - Lafferty volleys winner to take Hearts top
  2. FT Dundee 0-1 Aberdeen - Mackay-Steven penalty gives Dons first win
  3. FT Motherwell 0-1 Hamilton - Boyd screamer clinches Lanarkshire derby
  4. FT Livingston 0-0 Kilmarnock
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Live Reporting

By Bryn Palmer

All times stated are UK

  1. Til tomorrow...

    Former Rangers and Kilmarnock player - and manager - Lee McCulloch is among those reflecting on today's Scottish football with Tam McManus and Stuart Cosgrove on Off the Ball, which you can listen to until 19:00 by clicking on the link above.

    That's it for our text commentary today, but we'll be back tomorrow for two more Scottish Premiership fixtures.

    With both Rangers and Hibernian in European action on Thursday, their matches were switched to Sunday, with Steven Gerrard's side hosting St Mirren and Neil Lennon's men heading to Perth to tackle St Johnstone. Both of those kick off at 15:00,.

    Sportsound will be on BBC Radio Scotland from 1205, with more reflection on today's football, and the latest from the European Championships, before full commentary of St Johnstone v Hibernian.

    See you then.

    Sunday's Scottish Premiership
  2. Clarke 'satisfied' with Killie draw

    FT: Livingston 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke was "reasonably satisfied" with a point at promoted Livingston.

    "I knew it would be a tough game coming her," he told BBC Scotland. "Big game for Livi, first game back in the Premiership [at home] after a long time.

    "We weathered the early storm quite well, probably created the best chance of the first half when Chris Burke hit the post and I thought we had much better control of the match in the second half without really creating enough to threaten the goalkeeper."

    Steve Clarke with his backroom team
  3. Miller 'really, really happy' with Livi point

    FT: Livingston 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Livingston player-manager Kenny Miller is a happy man after helping his side to a first league point of the season against Kilmarnock.

    "It's going to be like that every week for us," he told BBC Scotland. "Every week, leaving everything out there - absolutely everything out on the field.

    "But I enjoyed it, I really enjoyed the game. I thought first half we played some fantastic stuff, dominated for long spells of the game.

    "They've got a threat in [Jordan] Jones, Boydy (Kris Boyd) is up front and always a goal threat, [Chris] Burke he's done what he's done for years and years.

    "They've got good players, very well organised. Either team could maybe have gone on and won it but I'm really, really happy because they are a good outfit."

    Kenny Miller
  4. 'It's never pretty at Motherwell' - Canning

    FT: Motherwell 0-1 Hamilton

    Hamilton boss Martin Canning is understandably pretty pleased at a first away league win in nine games, substitute Steven Boyd's thumping strike good enough for victory at neighbours Motherwell.

    “You know when you come here it’s never going to be pretty," he told BBC Scotland. "It’s going to be a game of making sure you defend properly and take the opportunities that you get and thankfully for us we did that.

    "It was a fantastic strike from wee Boydy, who’d just come on the park and there was another chance with Ross (Cunningham) to potentially make it a little bit easier.

    “I thought to a man everybody did what I expected them to do. Everybody just done their job. The boys get their reward for the hard work they put in.

    “I actually put them (Boyd and Cunningham) on because Ross is very good at free-kicks, although he hits it into the wall. I put them on with the intention of Ross scoring but for Boydy I’ll take it.”

    Martin Canning shakes hands with Hamilton match-winner Steven Boyd
    Image caption: Martin Canning congratulates Hamilton match-winner Steven Boyd at full-time
  5. Robinson rues 'stupid' free-kick

    FT: Motherwell 0-1 Hamilton

    Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson refused to be downcast by his side's Lanarkshire derby defeat at home to Hamilton.

    “We dominated 90% of the game," he told BBC Scotland. "The goal is an incredible goal - what a finish - but we give a stupid free-kick away again that allows the goal to happen.

    “It’s hard for me to be harsh on the players because there was a lot of good aspects of that game. It’s as solid as we’ve looked since we came back but I still have to get the right combination up front and make sure the strikers are working together. We created half-chances and didn’t take them so there’s a lot of frustration.

    “We lost the first two games last season and went on to have an incredible season, so I can assure you we haven’t suddenly become a bad team.

    “We need a little bit of end-product and better combination in the final third and a little bit of luck. But I’m not sure that boy [Accies match-winner Steven Boyd] will hit a strike like that ever again.”

    Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson watches his side lose to Hamilton
    Image caption: Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson was left to rue a second defeat from two league games
  6. 'Tough one to take' - McCann

    Dundee 0-1 Aberdeen

    Dundee manager Neil McCann says he has "no complaints" over the decision to award Aberdeen a penalty, which Gary Mackay-Steven converted for the only goal at Dens Park.

    McCann told BBC Scotland: "I've seen it. I wanted an informed opinion before I came on to speak to yourselves and I've got no complaints, I think it's a penalty."

    McCann though felt his side were unlucky to lose the game, and saw plenty of positives.

    He said: "It's a sore one to take. I think that's four games now we've lost to Aberdeen by the odd goal. We lost by an odd goal last week, and this week we had opportunities to get ourselves in front. We've only got ourselves to blame.

    "The encouraging thing is we're creating chances against a good Aberdeen side, but I'll look to try and bring one or two in before the end of the window. Overall there was lots of good stuff today."

    Dundee's Genseric Kusunga blocks Dom Balls' header with his hand
    Image caption: Dundee's Genseric Kusunga blocks Dom Balls' header with his hand
  7. Dons aim to bring in new striker

    FT: Dundee 0-1 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes tells BBC Scotland he is hopeful of bringing in a new striker next week, saying "we have been close a few times but have hit the bar when trying to close the deal."

    He said: "The good thing for me is when you come down that slope and you've got 3,000 fans behind that goal they can almost suck that ball into the net for you.

    "Bruce Anderson came on and brought life into the crowd and the game. We brought him on at the right time.

    "Although we're disappointed we haven't worked the goalkeeper more, and it's clear where we need to improve, for me I felt with the belief in the team the goal was coming. It's a penalty kick, rightly so. On the balance of play we deserved the three points."

    Dundee and Aberdeen stats
  8. Lafferty unclear over Hearts future

    FT: Hearts 1-0 Celtic

    Hearts fans may be jubilant after Kyle Lafferty's match-winner against Celtic lifted them clear at the top of the Premiership, but the Northern Irishman remains unclear whether his future lies with the Edinburgh club.

    They recently rejected a £200,000 offer from Rangers, with Lafferty admitting he is open to a return to his former club.

    "Obviously it is nice to have teams like Rangers interested in me," he told BBC Scotland. "I think everyone knows I am a Rangers supporter but it is up to the two clubs to work something out

    "What Hearts have done for me has been superb, and hopefully I have repaid them with goals as well.

    "All I am doing is focusing on working hard in training and on a Saturday and seeing where it takes me. I take each day at a time."

    Kyle Lafferty celebrates Hearts' win over Celtic at full-time
    Image caption: Kyle Lafferty celebrates Hearts' win over Celtic at full-time
  9. Scottish League One and League Two results

    Full time results

    *Queen's Park v Berwick Rangers kicked-off at 15:30.

    League One
    League Two
  10. Scottish Premiership results

    Full-time scores

    Championship
  11. Scottish Championship results

    Full time scores

    Championship
  12. Saturday's Scottish football headlines

    • Kyle Lafferty's volleyed winner sees Hearts upset champions Celtic 1-0 at Tynecastle
    • Gary Mackay-Steven's disputed penalty gives Aberdeen a 1-0 victory at Dundee
    • A thumping strike from Steven Boyd sees Hamilton beat Lanarkshire neighbours Motherwell 1-0 at Fir Park
    • Promoted Livingston earn their first Premiership point in a dour 0-0 draw with Kilmarnock
    • Ross County remain top of the Championship with a 100% record after a third win from three, 3-1 at Dunfermline
  13. FULL-TIME Dundee 0-1 Aberdeen

    Gary Mackay-Steven's penalty is enough to settle a tight game at Dens Park.

    It is harsh on Dundee though, who had plenty of chances. Josh Meekings in particular passed up a golden second half opportunity.

    Manager Neil McCann will also likely have much to say about the penalty award - Dominic Ball's header hitting the arm of Genseric Kusunga who didn't seem to have much time to react.

    However, Mackay-Steven was one of the stars of the show, constantly causing a threat on the wing, and cooly finished the spot kick. Bruce Anderson also showed much promise after his goal last week; thumping a volley off the bar.

    Gary Mackay-Steven and Stevie May
  14. FULL-TIME Livingston 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Not a classic but Livingston have their first Premiership point of the season and also their first clean sheet.

    Kilmarnock created the better chances but were largely restricted to shots from outside the box.

    Jordan Jones is fouled by Egli Kaja
  15. FULL-TIME - Motherwell 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    A magnificent Steven Boyd volley has won the Lanarkshire derby for Hamilton Academical.

    It came very, very much against the run of play, with Motherwell dominating possession and creating far more chances. Gael Bigirimana and Curtis Main missed the best of them.

    But 21-year-old Boyd reacted brilliantly as Ross Cunningham's free-kick spun back off the wall, rocketing a beautiful volley high beyond Trevor Carson in the home goal.

    Cunningham himself had two golden opportunities to seal the win, lifting a close-range shot over, then miscuing off the outside of the post with the goal at his mercy in the dying minutes.

    A mightily satisfying first league win of the season for Martin Canning's Accies. For Motherwell, back-to-back defeats, and zero Premiership goals so far.

    Steven Boyd celebrates scoring
  16. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Motherwell 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    This game should be over. Accies strike Motherwell on the break, and Ross Cunningham is played through on goal, with Trevor Carson scrambling across his box.

    All he has to do is side-foot the ball home...but he miscues his shot off the outside of the post and away.

    Somehow, the Steelmen are still in with a shout...

  17. GOAL - Alloa Athletic 0-2 Greenock Morton (Millar)

    Chris Millar's second goal of the afternoon - from outside the box - puts Morton in command.

  18. CLOSE!

    Motherwell 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    Substitute Danny Johnson lashes a left-foot shot narrowly wide from the edge of the Accies box. Motherwell need a goal - and quickly - to avoid a painful derby defeat.

  19. Post update

    Livingston 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Iain Wilson's long-range shot dips over the Livingston crossbar.

    Kilmarnock certainly the better side in this second half but lacking a cutting edge in the final third.

  20. GREAT SAVE!

    Dundee 0-1 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen do not have this game won yet. Dundee's Adil Nabi, off the bench for his debut, volleys a fierce effort which goalkeeper Joe Lewis does brilliantly to push wide.