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Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. More to come on Sunday...

    Europa League duo Rangers and Aberdeen return to action tomorrow.

    The Dons are at St Mirren, while Hibs go to Ibrox.

    Both games are three o'clock kick-offs and we'll be across all of the action.

    Join us for that if you can and enjoy the rest of your Saturday.

  2. 'We showed the old Hamilton spirit' - Rice

    FT: Hamilton 2-0 Kilmarnock

    Hamilton manager Brian Rice praised his players for their response to last weekend's opening-day defeat, in particular teenage midfielder Lewis Smith, who scored one and created one.

    "The effort the lads put in was sensational," he said. "We were down to 10 men for 35 minutes, we were hanging on, but we put bodies on the line and showed the old Hamilton spirit.

    "Let's not forget, we were playing the team that finished third last season and we kept a clean sheet. Kilmarnock are a good team and I'm delighted with my lads today.

    "Lewis has all the talent in the world. I need to try to find a place for him in the team at the moment, every day in training he's exceptional and he works really hard. I just said to him, 'I'm going to play you and give you the platform to produce'. The goal he scored was outstanding.

    "It's only his third or fourth start for the team, but he'll get the platform here to show what he can do and then it's up to him.

    "This was a big game for us after last week's performance and the players responded magnificently."

    Hamilton manager Brian Rice
    Image caption: Hamilton manager Brian Rice
  3. 'This team needs other players' - Alessio

    FT: Hamilton 2-0 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Angelo Alessio wants new recruits to bolster his side following two defeats from two games in the Scottish Premiership.

    "I'm very angry, very disappointed for the result. We conceded two stupid goals," said the Italian.

    "Our attitude and approach was good and we had control of the match, with the possession, we play well. A shot from the edge of the box and we concede a goal and it changed the game.

    "We created some opportunities to come back into the match but we could stay here two days and not score a goal.

    "We have a lot of conversations at the moment and I hope in the next few days we take some players because this team needs other players.

    "We have to complete this team. I am happy with the players I have but in some roles we don't have a solution."

    Kilmarnock manager Angelo Alessio
    Image caption: Kilmarnock manager Angelo Alessio hopes to add to his squad
  4. 'Hearts have no attacking plan'

    FT: Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    Michael Stewart

    Former Hearts midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: When you look at the Hearts players you think they could really go and do something - but they don't. They've got no discernible plan, no coherent strategy how to break teams down, other than using Ikpeazu's strength at the top end of the park. It's dire.
  5. No worries for Naismith

    FT: Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    A tight hamstring, nothing serious, was Craig Levein's explanation for the withdrawal of Steven Naismith at half-time.

  6. 'That was hard work' - Levein

    FT: Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    Hearts boss Craig Levein is not shying away from criticising his side's performance.

    "That was hard going," he tells Sportsound. "We didn't perform anywhere near the levels we needed to to win the game. I've got to compliment Ross County - I thought they were better than us today."

    "We were second best all over the park and on another day we'd have lost the match. I thought our defending was poor today, we created a lot of problems for ourselves. Then when we did defend well we couldn't control the ball in midfield and when we did that we did nothing with it in the forward areas.

    "I believe we'll get better and we'll get much better."

    Craig Levein
  7. Storm clouds over Tynecastle

    FT: Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    Thunder and lightning over Tynecastle now, rather summing up the sombre mood of Hearts boss Craig Levein, who is making it clear he expects more from his side.

  8. Promoted County 'deserved to win'

    FT: Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    Michael Stewart

    Former Hearts midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Ross County had a clear game plan, they controlled large parts of the game with good football and deserved to win, no question about it
  9. 'Frustration' for Staggies after Tynecastle stalemate

    FT: Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell: "There's a real sense of frustration but a massive pat on the back for the players.

    "They were really composed on the ball and battled well when they needed to.

    "That's four points from the first two matches and when we play like that we showed we are a difficult team to beat.

    "It wasn't to be today but the mood in our camp is one of positivity and we look forward to the next game."

    Brian Graham missed a late penalty for Ross County
    Image caption: Brian Graham missed a late penalty for Ross County
  10. 'Hearts need more from wide men'

    FT: Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    Billy Dodds

    Former Scotland striker on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Hearts need more from their wingers, they don't seem to put crosses in to supply the strikers
  11. 'We need to stop shooting ourselves in the foot'

    St Johnstone 2-2 Livingston

    Gary Holt

    Livingston manager Gary Holt: "We should have won the game. I thought we dominated the first half. Two good goals, other chances. We spoke at half time about St Johnstone wanting to overturn that but we gave them the first goal with a less than tidy back-pass. The grass was long and wasn't conducive to playing football. We were then a bit shell shocked for 5-10 minutes.

    "We got the penalty late on and even in the second half I thought we had to be more clinical in the final third. We created loads of chances but didn't hit the target enough. We need to be more clinical and we need to stop shooting ourselves in the foot."

  12. 'Plenty of time to get people in'

    FT: St Johnstone 2-2 Livingston

    Tommy Wright

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright: "It has been a frustrating period for us but there's still 21 days left in the window so there's plenty of time to get people in. I'd like to get someone in this week and hopefully that will happen."


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  16. Hard-working Accies leave Killie pointless

    FT: Hamilton Accies 2-0 Kilmarnock

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Brilliant result for Accies. The very kind that has kept them in the league for so long. Thoroughly deserved for the work ethic they showed throughout. Worrying times for Kilmarnock and Angelo Alessio. Last season’s third-placed side failed to follow up on last week’s impressive second-half showing against Rangers and languish pointless after two games.

  17. FULL-TIME Hamilton 2-0 Kilmarnock

    Accies get three points on the board, with teenager Lewis Smith catching the eye with a goal and assist.

    Brian Easton was sent off on 54 minutes but the home side were seldom troubled after losing the defender.

    Two defeats from two games for Kilmarnock, who started with promise but fizzled out.

    Hamilton midfielder Lewis Smith
    Image caption: Hamilton's teenage midfielder Lewis Smith scored on is first league start for the club
  18. FULL-TIME Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    Ross County are left to rue a late penalty miss from Brian Graham at Tynecastle.

    The Highlanders created the best chances over the course of a very entertaining 90 minutes but just couldn't stick one away.

    Hearts and Ross County ended goalless
    Image caption: There were lots of good chances at Tynecastle but neither side could find the net
  19. Plenty for Levein to ponder

    Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    Hearts boss Craig Levein is feeling the heat at sunny Tynecastle as the home fans start to vent their frustration.

    His side have been second best since half time and goalkeeper Bobby Zlamal is all over the place.

    However, his side are still level after that missed penalty and have a few minutes left to grab all three points.

    CRaig Levein
  20. GOAL Inverness 2-1 CT Arbroath

    Miles Storey