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Summary

  1. FT: Rangers 4-0 St Mirren (Tavernier, 2 pens, Defoe, pen, Kent) - Rangers within three points of Celtic
  2. FT: Hibernian 1-2 Aberdeen (Shaw; Considine, Mackay-Steven) - Dons up to third in Premiership
  3. FT: Hamilton 1-1 Dundee (MacKinnon; Wright) - Rice draws first match in charge of Hamilton
  4. FT: Motherwell 3-0 Livingston (Hastie 2, Main) - First-half goals give Well fourth straight league win
  5. Weather postpones five League One & Two games as well as Bohemians v East Fife in Challenge Cup

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    Well, what an afternoon.

    Victories for Aberdeen, Motherwell and Rangers, while Hamilton score a late equaliser at home to Dundee.

    Rangers, who move to within three points of Premiership leaders Celtic, netted three of their four penalties against St Mirren.

    We're back tomorrow for St Johnstone v Celtic at McDiarmid Park (12:30 kick-off). Hope you can join us then.

  2. Premiership table

    Michael Stewart

    Former Scotland midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Scottish Premiership
    Quote Message: It isn’t a great surprise to see Celtic sitting top with a cushion. But when you’re at the 30-game mark, and looking at those last few games and still within touching difference, all it needs is one result to go or fall your teams way and it can open everything up. It can really intensify.
  3. 'There could've been five penalties' - Gerrard

    FT: Rangers 4-0 St Mirren

    Steven Gerrard on Rangers TV: "I’m disappointed with the first half performance. I thought we were a little bit off it. I thought we looked a little bit lethargic and forgot to do the basics that are required at football matches at a big club, which is to run hard be aggressive make tackles, do the ugly bits.

    "We looked dangerous going forward in the first half.

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard
    Image caption: Steven Gerrard said two of the awarded penalties were "definite" and two were "debatable"

    "There was an improvement in the second half and I thought we passed it better and created more.

    "It looked better when we went 4-4-2 with the wingers and we could've won the game more emphatically.

    "Performance-wise, I'm a bit disappointed today."

    Regarding Rangers being awarded four penalties, Gerrard said: "The first one: stonewall, 100% penalty.

    "The second one is debatable and I'm not sure how much contact there was.

    "But what I will say is that none of our players appealed or tried to get a penalty. Jermain's bounced right back up to get on with the game and we were awarded the penalty so, we'll take it.

    Number three was the handball that's gone into the penalty box.

    "And number four, handball right on the 18-yard box was debatable as well.

    "Two are definites for me and two are debatable, and we feel as if the officials have missed a clear one on Alfredo [Morelos]. So there could've been five, which is very strange.

    "Some you get, some you don't."

  4. McInnes happy with win if not finishing

    FT: Hibernian 1-2 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on Sportsound: "A tough place to come and get all three points. We made it a more challenging than it needed to be. I thought we had a good response to going behind. Two good goals. Missed chances - one cleared off the line.

    "And then we had to adapt to Jo and Sam going off. Two big key players for us that give us presence defending crosses and set plays. So we were always a bit vulnerable at that side today but we defended that admirably.

    Derek McInnes
    Image caption: Derek McInnes was happier with the result than Aberdeen's finishing

    "Second half, it’s probably as comfortable as I’ve been against a Hibs team for a long time. We were guilty of passing up chance after chance. I thought our work rate at the top of the pitch was magnificent forcing them to make mistakes and keep the danger away from our 18-yard box.

    "I thought we were really slick on the counter attack. We’ve had a lot of tough games against Hibs but that’s been the most comfortable. 2-1 suggests a really close game but I feel that, if we had taken our chances, we would've been out of sight."

  5. 'Hibs are a work in progress' - May

    FT: Hibernian 1-2 Aberdeen

    Hibernian interim head coach Eddie May: "We got off to a good start and had a couple of shots on goal. Oli scored a very good goal.

    "We then lose a goal, three minutes after we score. The players don't mean to make those mistakes - it's a learning curve.

    Hibernian interim head coach Eddie May
    Image caption: Eddie May said Hibernian were punished for their mistakes in the defeat by Aberdeen

    "Decision making [by top quality players] on and off the ball, we're usually good at it. But unfortunately, we got on the wrong side a couple of times, and it's cost us two goals.

    "\We took the game to Aberdeen and didn't try to sit back. But they're very good in the forward areas and have good movement.

    "I wouldn't say we're in turmoil, what we are is a work in progress in terms of the new guys coming in."

  6. 'There were nerves from both sides' - McIntyre

    FT: Hamilton Academical 1-1 Dundee

    Dundee manager Jim McIntyre on Sportsound: "Accies started the game brighter than us and had a couple of early chances. After 20 minutes we grew into the game and Gary Woods has made two unbelievable saves. There were a bit of nerves from both sides.

    "Good composure from Scott Wright to pick out the corner. From then Accies put us under pressure and we didn't keep the ball well enough and got deeper and deeper and then you're always liable to concede opportunities from the edge of your box. It's a fantastic finish from Mackinnon."

    Jim McIntyre
    Image caption: Jim McIntyre said both sides were nervous in the draw at the Hope Stadium
  7. Hamilton show 'never-say-die- attitude' - Rice

    FT: Hamilton Academical 1-1 Dundee

    Hamilton head coach Brian Rice certainly enjoyed his first match in charge.

    "It was fantastic, the spirit, the effort, the energy. Everything I asked of the boys they showed it in abundance today," he said on Sportsound.

    Brian Rice celebrates with Darian Mackinnon after his late equaliser
    Image caption: Brian Rice celebrates with Darian Mackinnon after his late equaliser

    "There wasn't much between the teams, they had chances we had chances. But the never-say-die attitude Hamilton's famed for came to the fore."

  8. Holt rues 'individual errors'

    FT: Motherwell 3-0 Livingston

    Livingston head coach Gary Holt tells BBC Scotland: "Individual errors are costing us goals when maybe we were getting away with them at the start of the season. We need to re-group and get back to basics."

  9. Aberdeen 'deserved it'

    FT: Hibernian 1-2 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: I think Aberdeen deserved it. They were organised. They played most of the football. They were the team creating chances and looked as though they had the quality players that always looked dangerous on the break. It possibly could have been a wider gap. In terms of football, organisation and threat, there was quite a wide gap this afternoon. Hibs put a lot of effort in the second half certainly but never really had any class. You never really felt that any of their players were capable of creating something special.
  10. Motherwell getting 'better and better'

    FT: Motherwell 3-0 Livingston

    Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson tells BBC Scotland: "I actually think we've played better and lost games. The difference between us now and before Christmas is we've got players up front who can win us football matches.

    Motherwell's Jake Hastie and Curtis Main
    Image caption: Jake Hastie and Curtis Main got the goals for Motherwell

    "Maybe I'm too demanding. We've won four in a row and I still think we can do better than that. We're getting better and better. We changed system at Christmas and waited to get the players in. And we're getting clean sheets - and if you don't concede you don't lose football matches."

  11. Story of the game at Easter Road

    FT: Hibernian 1-2 Aberdeen

    Hibernian Aberdeen
  12. League Two result

    League Two results
  13. League One results

    League One results
  14. Championship results

    Scottish Championship results
  15. Story of the game

    FT: Hamilton Academical 1-1 Dundee

    Hamilton Dundee
  16. Story of the game

    FT: Motherwell 3-0 Livingston

    Motherwell Livingston
  17. Story of the game

    FT: Rangers 4-0 St. Mirren

    Rangers St. Mirren
  18. FULL-TIME - Hibernian 1-2 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen take the three points but they did it the hard way - falling behind and missing a second-half penalty.

    A disappointing day for managerless Hibernian - they will hope for better against Celtic on Wednesday and in next week's Scottish Cup tie against Raith Rovers.

    Aberdeen celebrate
  19. CLOSE!

    Hibernian 1-2 Aberdeen

    James Wilson goes through and fires a shot just wide of the Hibernian goal.

  20. INJURY TIME

    Hibernian 1-2 Aberdeen

    Three minutes of added time at Easter Road. Will Aberdeen hold on to claim victory?