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Live Reporting

Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. See you tomorrow lunchtime

    Kilmarnock v Aberdeen (Sunday, 12:15)

    Rangers' win over St Mirren took Steven Gerrard's side up to third in the Premiership table, but can they finish the weekend there?

    Kilmarnock host Aberdeen and Steve Clarke's Ayrshire outfit can move back above the Ibrox side with at least a draw.

    But Derek McInnes' Dons will be desperate for three points that would take them above Livingston in seventh.

    Join us tomorrow for more live Premiership coverage on radio and online.

    Kick-off is 12:15, but we'll have the build-up beforehand.

    Aberdeen's Dominic Ball in action with Kilmarnock's Eamonn Brophy.
  2. Red card 'embarrassing' - Gerrard

    FT: St Mirren 0-2 Rangers

    It's been a long day, starting off with Rangers' win over St Mirren thanks to two late goals from Daniel Candeias and Alfredo Morelos.

    The win didn't leave Steven Gerrard totally happy as the Rangers manager described the sending off of Candeias after the second goal as "embarrassing".

    His comments were made after viewing an exchange with St Mirren defender Anton Ferdinand that led to a second yellow card.

    You can judge yourself tomorrow when we publish the match highlights.

    Gerrard critical of Candeias decision

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard consoles Daniel Candeias
    Image caption: Rangers manager Steven Gerrard consoled Daniel Candeias
  3. Blue Toon top of the town

    Scottish League Two

    There's a change at the top in League Two, with long-time leaders Edinburgh City being overhauled by Peterhead.

    Two early Derek Lyle goals were enough to give Jim McInally's side a narrow win over managerless bottom side Albion Rovers.

    Peterhead move a point about City, with John Rankin's goal in Edinburgh ending Clyde's three-game run of defeats to move the Cumbernauld side up to third.

    The Bully Wee move above Annan Athletic, who were held to a 0-0 draw away to Queen's Park.

    Peterhead striker Derek Lyle
    Image caption: Derek Lyle scored for the third game running to take his total to seven for the season
  4. Scorer Bloomfield 'had a tough time'

    FT: Hamilton Academical 1-0 Livingston

    Hamilton manager Martin Canning tells BBC Scotland: "Over the course of the game, there wasn't much between the teams.

    "Livingston put a lot of balls into your box and you have to defend that well if you're going to beat them.

    "The whole plan today was to try and hit them on the break.

    "Big Mason [Bloomfield], he's had a tough time, he's not played as much as he would have liked.

    "But he's done well today and that's a big three points for the team."

    Hamilton celebrate their late goal
    Image caption: Mason Bloomfield scored Hamilton's winner
  5. 'We were screaming for him to shoot'

    FT: Motherwell 1-0 Dundee

    Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson hails "a terrific strike" from David Turnbull, who was the Steelmen's match-winner against struggling Dundee.

    "When David hits the ball, he hits it properly, so we were screaming out for him to shoot," he tells BBC Sportsound. "He's a young man with a massive future, a lot of potential."

    On securing a first home win of the season in the league, Robinson adds: "I thought it was a thoroughly deserved victory.

    "We dominated the game. We created three or four really good chances and we should have won by more.

    "A lot of people showed courage and composure and I'm really chuffed for them. That's two clean sheets and two victories now."

    David Turnbull scored a great goal to win the game for Motherwell
  6. Red Lichties stay in control

    Scottish League One

    Arbroath remain seven points clear at the top of League One thanks to Michael McKenna's winner at home to in-form East Fife.

    Raith Rovers move four points clear of the Fifers in second thanks to Kevin Nisbet's double against managerless Brechin.

    Dumbarton's mini-revival under new manager Jim Duffy was halted by a 1-0 defeat away to Montrose and the hosts swap places with the visitors at the bottom of the table.

    Indeed, Stewart Petrie's side move up to sixth.

  7. We created nothing. Terrible - Parker

    FT: Hibernian 0-1 St Johnstone

    Hibernian assistant coach Garry Parker didn't pull any punches with his assessment of today's display.

    "It wasn’t a good performance," he tells BBC Scotland. "We were very poor today. We created nothing going forward.

    "We made poor decisions. I’ve never seen the team pass to the opposition so much. Terrible.

    "Individual mistakes, decision-making, everything – there was nothing there."

    Vykintas Slivka
  8. Livi should foul scorer Bloomfield - Holt

    FT: Hamilton 1-0 Livingston

    Livingston head coach Gary Holt tells BBC Scotland: "It's a kick in the teeth, it's as simple as that.

    "We had great chances in the game. I think we dominated for large spells.

    "We got done with a sucker punch and we need to be wiser, we need to be cleverer, we need to be a bit more cynical at times because that's an opportunity late in the game where you have to take one for the team as they say and you bring the boy down and then we deal with the repercussions from there.

    "You can't let someone break and get a free shot and they win the game, which is unjust on us."

    Hamilton's James Keatings (centre) celebrates Hamilton's late goal
    Image caption: Hamilton's James Keatings (centre) scored Hamilton's late goal
  9. Wright hails 'massive result'

    FT: Hibernian 0-1 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has now led his team to four straight victories without conceding a goal - despite missing three penalties along the way.

    "Overall, we just about deserved it," he tells BBC Scotland of today's win in Leith.

    "The key in it all has been hard work and that’s been the constant thing they’ve done.

    "We’ve more quality, a lot of quality, and I think you saw that today. The Hibs fans were pretty quiet.

    "We played some good football and I’m really pleased. They are a good squad and that is a massive result for us – anybody coming here and winning is a massive result."

    Tommy Wright
  10. Massive improvement - McIntyre

    FT: Motherwell 1-0 Dundee

    Dundee manager Jim McIntyre is looking on the bright side after his fourth successive loss since taking over from Neil McCann.

    "That's more like how I want us to play," he tells BBC Sportsound. "I thought we got into some great positions and the final ball was wasteful.

    "I don't know how many crosses we put into the box, but we need to do better when we get into that last third.

    "In terms of application and organisation, it was far, far better and it took a wonder-strike to beat us.

    "Credit to the team, they kept going and put Motherwell under a lot of pressure at the end."

    Dundee manager Jim McIntyre
  11. Celtic are back - Rodgers

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Heart of Midlothian

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers was purring with his side's performance in beating Premiership leaders Hearts so comprehensively.

    "Today typified our achievements over the past two and half years," he tells BBC Scotland.

    "We've been in European competition playing really difficult games and to produce what we've produced today shows our hunger and a sense that the team's back. Some of our attacking combination play was unbelievable.

    "I think we're getting back to the level we want to be at. We're getting our flow back and aggressive going forward.

    "When you win games, it gives you confidence, but we really look forward to our game here in the Europa League."

    Brendan Rodgers congratulates Callum McGregor
  12. Dundee beaten again as Well edge it

    FT: Motherwell 1-0 Dundee

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Sport Scotland at Fir Park

    A first home win of the season for Stephen Robinson’s Motherwell, five defeats on the bounce for Dundee, four of which have come since Jim McIntyre took the reins.

    This was an improved performance from the visitors but a similar outcome.

  13. 'It's my fault'- Levein

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Heart of Midlothian

    Hearts manager Craig Levein has blamed himself for his side's thumping at Celtic Park.

    "The manager's not the brightest," he tells BBC Scotland. "I made a decision today to try and frustrate Celtic and try and hit them on the counter-attack, but we were far too passive and I got it wrong.

    "I felt actually, although we lost two goals in the second-half, I actually felt much better.

    "To be fair to them, they ran their socks off and put in a much better performance.

    "Rather than try to be clever next time, I'll just leave it as is. It's my fault, I apologise to the supporters."

    Craig Levein
  14. 'Hearts not capable of challenge'

    Celtic 5-0 Heart of Midlothian

    Michael Stewart

    Former Scotland midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Celtic are firing on all cylinders. It's top form from Celtic, opening teams up at will.

    It's difficult to see how any other teams are going to deal with them, especially at Parkhead.

    Craig Levein came here saying they were capable of challenging for the title, but on that performance today, and I know they have players out injured, the team was miles off

    They need to dust themselves down regroup and get back to winning ways.

    Celtic thoroughly deserved it.

  15. Ayr stretch their lead

    Scottish Championship

    They only managed a single-goal win away to bottom side Falkirk, but Ayr have stretched their lead to three points over Ross County in the Championship.

    County were held to a 2-2 draw away to Inverness Caley Thistle in the Highland derby.

    Dundee United's recovery under new manager Robbie Neilson continues and they have consolidated themselves in third place.

    Caley Thistle's Shaun Rooney celebrates scoring against County
    Image caption: Shaun Rooney scored for Caley Thistle against County
  16. Celtic taking control

    Scottish Premiership

    Many wondered whether Hearts' string of injuries to key players would take its toll and that's seems to have come to pass.

    It has combined with Celtic shaking off their early season troubles and the difference between the sides was vast in Glasgow this afternoon.

    Hearts retain their lead, but the aggregate is 8-0 over two games in a week after their League Cup semi-final beating and it's down to one point with Celtic having a game in hand.

    Rangers ended their mini blip by beating St Mirren earlier and end the day in third ahead of Kilmarnock, who play tomorrow.

    Bottom side Dundee were unable to take advantage of the Buddies' defeat and their loss away to Motherwell, combined with Hamilton's win over Livingston, leaves those two looking increasingly detached at the foot of the table.

    Celtic's Filip Benkovic celebrates scoring against Hearts
    Image caption: Filip Benkovic scored for Celtic against Hearts
  17. 'Hearts played into Celtic hands'

    Celtic 5-0 Heart of Midlothian

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Absolutely fantastic, good to watch, Celtic were helped by the way Hearts set themselves up. Hearts had no-one putting pressure on the ball. It will be really interesting see if they can continue this in European football - that's the challenge for them

    Championship, League One and League Two


    Alloa Athletic 0-1 Dunfermline Athletic

    Dundee United 2-0 Queen of the South

    Falkirk 0-1 Ayr United

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 2-2 Ross County

    Greenock Morton 5-1 Partick Thistle


    Airdrieonians 0-1 Forfar Athletic

    Arbroath 1-0 East Fife

    Montrose 1-0 Dumbarton

    Raith Rovers 2-1 Brechin City

    Stenhousemuir 0-2 Stranraer


    Cowdenbeath 1-2 Elgin City

    Edinburgh City 0-1 Clyde

    Peterhead 2-1 Albion Rovers

    Queen's Park 0-0 Annan Athletic

    Stirling Albion 3-0 Berwick Rangers

  19. FULL-TIME Motherwell 1-0 Dundee

    A screamer from David Turnbull gives Motherwell their first Premiership home win of the season.

    For bottom-of-the-table Dundee, the misery continues. That's four defeats on the spin for manager Jim McIntyre and 12 defeats from 13.

    David Turnbull celebrates his fantastic strike at Fir Park
  20. FULL-TIME Hamilton Academical 1-0 Livingston