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  1. FT: Kilmarnock (Dicker, Boyd) 2-0 St Johnstone
  2. FT: Celtic 0-0 Livingston, Dundee 0-2 Aberdeen (Cosgrove x2), FT: Hamilton (Davies) 1-1 St Mirren (Dreyer
  3. FT: Heart of Midlothian (Haring) 1-2 Hibernian (Horgan x2)
  4. Horgan double sends Hibs into fifth
  5. Off the Ball's Saturday Supplement (17:30), Hamilton v St Mirren on BBC Alba (18:00)
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Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Smoke bombs to damp squib

    Motherwell v Rangers (12:30, Sunday)

    That's all from me on a day that began with a bit of capital madness full of smoke bombs, a coconut thrown on to the pitch and a Hibs comeback in their derby win over Hearts.

    It ended with bit of a damp squib for Celtic as they stumbled on their way towards an eighth successive title.

    Join us again tomorrow for the last Premiership game of the weekend as Motherwell host Rangers. Kick-off is 12:30, but we'll have the pre-match build-up beforehand on BBC Radio Scotland and online.

    Motherwell's Liam Grimshaw and Rangers' Andy Halliday
  2. Only Foster gets credit - Wright

    FT: Kilmarnock 2-0 St Johnstone

    St Johnston manager Tommy Wright on BBC Radio Scotland: "I’m extremely disappointed - it was nowhere near what I was expecting.

    "We didn’t start the game well, no tempo, our decision making was poor. The lack of physical effort early on was probably the most disappointing thing.

    "It was lacklustre, poor individually and poor collectively. Probably only Richard Foster comes out with any credit today."

    Tommy Wright
  3. Pressure off Rangers

    FT: Celtic 0-0 Livingston

    Celtic's draw at home to Livingston means Rangers fans can rest a bit easy because even a defeat away to Motherwell tomorrow means their city rivals will have a longer wait for the title.

    Steven Gerrard's side can concentrate at Fir Park on stretching the five-point lead between themselves and Kilmarnock and Aberdeen in the race for the runners-up spot.

  4. Hladky saved us - Kearney

    FT: Hamilton Academical 1-1 St Mirren

    St Mirren manager Oran Kearney on BBC Radio Scotland: "It was a big performance throughout the team and just disappointing we didn't take our chances in a game of this magnitude.

    "We feel we should have won, but Vaclav Hladky makes a wonder save at the end, so we could easily be coming away with nothing."

    St Mirren manager Oran Kearney congratulates Vaclav Hladky
    Image caption: Vaclav Hladky secured a point for Oran Kearney's side
  5. 'I might punch Ziggy'

    FT: Hamilton Academical 1-1 St Mirren

    Hamilton manager Brian Rice on BBC Radio Scotland: "I haven't seen the penalty again, but the ref has given it, so there's no point arguing about it.

    "I'm sure one day we'll get one. If you go to ground in your box, you give the referee a decision to make.

    "It was naive of Ziggy, but an honest mistake. I'll go in there and put an arm around him - and maybe punch him!"

  6. Big day for Peterhead despite late slip

    Scottish League Two

    There was a real thriller in Cumbernauld as Clyde came from 3-1 down to draw with League Two leaders Peterhead.

    With second-top Edinburgh City suffering a surprise 4-1 thumping away to Cowdenbeath, a Blue Toon win would have just about wrapped up the title.

    But the draw and the result at Central Park still gives Jim McInally's side a commanding six-point lead against City and the Bully Wee with four games remaining.

    Peterhead can only throw it away now.

  7. 'Every team needs a scorer like Cosgrove'

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes tells BBC Scotland he thought his side deserved the win but that it "wasn't all plain sailing".

    "We got good control of the game, but were guilty of giving the ball away and not showing enough confidence and care on the ball and allowed Dundee to counter-attack on us a few times in the first half," he says.

    "The first goal is important in these games, but I thought the performance of each and every player went up a couple of notches in the second.

    "We've got a semi-final to look froward to so now we want to gives ourselves the best chance against the best team in the country."

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
  8. Red Lichties closer to title

    Scottish League One

    Arbroath are now one point away from lifting the League One title after their 1-0 win over Montrose.

    They are 12 points ahead of Raith Rovers, who were held to a draw away to bottom side Stenhousemuir.

    Forfar missed a chance to move into second after losing away to Stranraer, who move above Brechin City, who lost at Dumbarton, and out of the relegation play-off place.

  9. Celtic missing 'killer touch'

    FT: Celtic 0-0 Livingston

    Celtic manager Neil Lennon tells Sportsound it was a "very frustrating afternoon" and he is "pleased with the overall performance but not the scoreline".

    "We missed our killer touch, but the players kept going," he says. "Ultimately, we didn't get the win we wanted.

    "I’m disappointed we didn’t have enough clear-cut chances. But we can take a lot of positives and we’re looking forward to the cup semi-final next weekend."

    Neil Lennon
  10. Ayr blow another chance

    Scottish Championship

    Ayr's rapid fall from the top of the Championship continues after a home defeat that allows visitors Inverness to move above them into third place, although Ian McCall's side have two games in hand.

    Dunfermline's second-half collapse away to Partick Thistle means they are now six behind Ayr, having played a game more, in the race for a promotion play-off place.

    Thistle's point moves them out the relegation play-off spot above Falkirk, who suffered a home derby defeat by Alloa. The Wasps are now level on points with the Bairns.

  11. 'It's very competitive in that top six'

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Craig Levein could still lift the Scottish Cup with that one dimensional play. I also wouldn't discount Hibs catching up with Aberdeen because they're on a great run at the moment. I love having all the top clubs back in the league and it's very competitive in that top six, which is the way it should be
  12. 'Need to win four out of five' - McIntyre

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Aberdeen

    Dundee manager Jim McIntyre is hopeful his side can escape relegation despite falling further behind St Mirren and Hamilton at the bottom of the Premiership.

    "We know what we have to do after the league split," he tells BBC Scotland.

    "It's looking like we are going to have to win at least four out the five games, but there's still a lot of football left to be played."

    Dundee manager Jim McIntyre
  13. 'Comfortable' win

    FT: Kilmarnock 2-0 St Johnstone

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke tells Sportsound it was a "comfortable" win for them against St Johnstone.

    "A good performance from start to finish," he says. "Good control of the game, but we could have made it a more embarrassing score for St Johnstone.

    Kris Boyd
    Image caption: Kilmarnock's Kris Boyd (right) scored for Kilmarnock

    "Kris Boyd has had to be patient and wait for his chance. It was nice to see him on the score sheet even with a penalty."

  14. 'Goals change games' - McIntyre

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Aberdeen

    Dundee manager Jim McIntyre tells BBC Scotland his side deserved more against Aberdeen.

    "It is another defeat and a real disappointment considering what we put into the game," he says.

    "Up until the penalty kick, we were right in the match and I thought we were the better side in the second half, but goals change games."

  15. Celtic 'lacked creativity'

    FT: Celtic 0-0 Livingston

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: The Celtic crowd were very flat today. They have drawn twice at home under Neil Lennon and they looked a bit devoid of the ability to break down Livingston. Manager Gary Holt has to take a lot of credit
    Celtic's Oliver Burke misses a chance
    Image caption: Oliver Burke missed a great chance for Celtic near the final whistle
  16. 'Dee not out of it yet'

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Aberdeen

    Billy Dodds

    Former Scotland striker on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Dundee looked up for it at the start, but you can see the confidence draining and they need something to change their mindset. It is worrying, but they are not out of it yet
  17. 'Fear for Dundee'

    FT: Dundee 0-2 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: It was all Aberdeen by the end and I do fear for Dundee
  18. 'Dundee have gone'

    FT: Hamilton Academical 1-1 St Mirren

    Derek Ferguson

    Former Rangers and Hamilton midfielder on Sportsound

    Quote Message: I think Dundee have gone. Hamilton needed that point today and I think St Mirren are picking up a bit

    Scottish Championship

    Ayr United 0-1 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Falkirk 1-2 Alloa Athletic

    Partick Thistle 2-2 Dunfermline Athletic

    Queen of the South 1-1 Greenock Morton

    Scottish League One

    Airdrieonians 0-0 East Fife

    Arbroath 1-0 Montrose

    Dumbarton 2-1 Brechin City

    Stenhousemuir 1-1 Raith Rovers

    Stranraer 2-1 Forfar Athletic

    Scottish League Two

    Albion Rovers 0-4 Queen's Park

    Annan Athletic 6-0 Berwick Rangers

    Clyde 3-3 Peterhead

    Cowdenbeath 4-1 Edinburgh City

    Stirling Albion 2-1 Elgin City

  20. 'Honours even'

    FT: Hamilton Academical 1-1 St Mirren

    Derek Ferguson

    Former Rangers and Hamilton midfielder on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Honours even in this pulsating relegation battle. A great game of end-to-end football at the bottom of the Premiership table