That's all from me. No goals tonight - join us tomorrow to see how the other Scottish Professional Football League sides fare.
- Olivier Ntcham sent off for second booking
- Oran Kearney earns draw in debut as St Mirren manager
- Celtic two points off leaders Hearts having played a game more
Here's what you can look forward to in Scottish Leagues One and Two tomorrow afternoon.Copyright: BBC SportCopyright: BBC Sport
Top of the table Ross County visit Dumfries tomorrow while Falkirk are looking for their first points of the season with new manager Ray McKinnon at the helm.Copyright: BBC Sport
The remaining five Scottish Premiership matches are all at the traditional Saturday afternoon kick-off time of 15:00 with live coverage across the afternoon on Sportscene and Sportsound. Please join us tomorrow.Copyright: BBC Sport
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BBC Scotland's chief sports writerQuote Message: Celtic just were not good enough to break St Mirren's new-found resolve
St Mirren manager Oran Kearney on Sportsound: "Delighted. The performance more than anything brings the most delight. It's something you want in every side.
"A game under the lights, there's something about that - it gives it that buzz.
"I hope it gives us a bit of buy in. They've set the bar now. Now that we've shown that level, it's so important that we show that level every week. One swallow doesn't make a summer. We're delighted with our work tonight."Copyright: SNS
Former St Mirren striker on BBC SportsoundQuote Message: The moral victory belongs to St Mirren. Momentum comes from winning against Hamilton, not one result. You need more results. If they bring it next week and win against Hamilton, one of the teams around them in the league, that will bring momentumCopyright: SNS
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers on Sportsound: "We didn't start the game well.
"Disappointed with the sending off. I thought we played well with 10. Didn't have that final pass. The players gave everything. It's another clean sheet.
"I don't like to go on too much [about officials]. There were quite a few incidents tonight where their view of the game was totally different from most. It certainly wasn't one of their better games."Copyright: SNS
Celtic have six days to prepare for their opening Europa League Group B match at home to Rosenborg.
Oran Kearney's first away match as St Mirren boss will be at Hamilton next Saturday.
Former Scotland striker on BBC SportsoundQuote Message: You can't under-estimate just how brilliant a performance that was from St Mirren - physically, emotionally, tactically. They thoroughly deserved a point, even I felt psychologically they settle for it early in the second half, when they might have been a bit braver. But to a man, they were absolutely superb. Celtic's first-half performance was abject. They huffed and puffed in the second half, but never really threatened to break St Mirren downCopyright: SNS
BBC Scotland's chief sports writerQuote Message: What a result for Oran Kearney, his team have given him everythingCopyright: SNS
An absorbing if unspectacular match draws to a close.
St Mirren excelled in the first half, Celtic were more dominant in the second.
It's a point for Oran Kearney in his first match as St Mirren manager and the club's first since the opening day of the Premiership season.
Celtic draw in the Premiership for the first time this term.Copyright: SNS
Leigh Griffiths chests down a long ball and fires into the net but the Celtic forward is offside.
A Ryan Christie header is collected by St Mirren goalkeeper Craig Samson.
A minute of added time left.
Celtic corner. Dedryck Boyata wins the ball, it is chested up by Ryan Christie and Boyata has another header but the ball lands on the top of the net.
Former St Mirren striker on BBC SportsoundQuote Message: Danny Mullen has run himself into the ground and he's rightly getting a standing ovation. The fans know the effort and work-rate he's put in. He's been the catalyst for a lot of positives this evening
Craig Samson holds James Forrest's chipped shot from outside the box. More frustration for Celtic.
Ryan Christie replaces Odsonne Edouard for Celtic.
Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC SportsoundQuote Message: That was the best chance of the game for Celtic. It opened up for Callum in a great position but he couldn't get the ball around Samson