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Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Title battle resumes on Sunday

    So 13 games out of 17 started after four were postponed in a day of strong winds and heavy showers. We finished with 12 after Arbroath's game at home to Ayr was abandoned at half-time and, in the top flight, Motherwell and Ross County were the biggest beneficiaries.

    More bad weather is predicted overnight. However, should elements allow, we tomorrow return to the battle for the Premiership title. Indeed, can we still talk about a real contest for the title now that holders Celtic have established a 10-point lead over Rangers?

    Steven Gerrard's challengers, who admittedly do have a game in hand, visit in-form St Johnstone, while Neil Lennon's side host a Kilmarnock licking their wounds after that late capitulation to Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup.

    How will the Old Firm sides recover after fine Europa League results on Thursday? Join us tomorrow to find out.

    Steven Gerrard and Neil Lennon
    Image caption: Steven Gerrard and Neil Lennon steered their sides to fine midweek results
  2. My players were shattered - McInnes

    FT: Aberdeen 1-2 Ross County

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes suggests that his team lost at Pittodrie because his players were exhausted after a heavy schedule that included two games and a long trip to Ayrshire in the last six days.

    "My players were absolutely shattered out there," he tells BBC Scotland.

    "Since Ross County last played last Saturday against St Johnstone, we've played 90 minutes against the champions, travelled to Kilmarnock, played 120 minutes, travelled back up, got to our beds at 3am in the morning and then had to go again. And then compounded it with 10 men. I'm just annoyed we didn't get the point that I thought our performance merited.

    "It was a sore one. It wasn't so much that we were hanging on because I didn't think Ross County battered us when we went down to 10 men. Joe Lewis had one brilliant save to make. But I thought in the main we contained them and kept our shape."

    McInnes
  3. Hibs 'frustrated' in home draw - Ross

    HT: Hibernian 1-1 Livingston

    Hibernian head coach Jack Ross tells BBC Scotland: "We're a little frustrated because we wanted to win - we always do at home.

    "I'm loathe to be critical of the players though. We weren't at our best but didn't play badly against a team that, for me, is a top-six side.

    "It wasn't an easy match. We played just after Christmas and was deservedly comfortably beaten by them. Today was completely different in terms of the dynamics of the game, but unfortunately we couldn't get that win."

    Hibs fail to find more than one goal against Livingston
  4. Cove consolidate top spot

    Scottish League Two

    Cove Rangers extended their unbeaten home league record to stretch their lead at the top of the fourth tier to eight points with a fine win over a Queen's Park side who were seeking a fourth consecutive win since turning professional.

    Second-top Edinburgh City slipped up for the second week running, this time being held at home by bottom side Brechin, who ended a run of three consecutive defeats.

    Annan ended a run of six defeats by beating Albion Rovers to move up to seventh and leave their visitors in second bottom.

    Scottish League Two scores
    Scottish League Two
  5. Top four all win

    Scottish League One

    A late goal from on-loan Hearts striker Steven MacLean secured a win for Raith Rovers that keeps the Kirkcaldy side a point ahead at the top of League One and consigned Clyde to a fifth consecutive defeat.

    Declan McManus' goal was enough for Falkirk against Montrose to stay on their heels with a fifth consecutive home win.

    Airdrieonians' win away to Peterhead keeps the Diamonds in third, while East Fife consolidated fourth place with a 4-2 defeat of bottom side Stranraer.

    Scottish League One scores
    Scottish League One table
  6. Dark skies benefit Dark Blues

    Scottish Championship

    Dundee are the big beneficiaries of the weather in the second tier, their late winner away to Queen of the South lifting the Dark Blues into third, level on points with Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

    Arbroath and Ayr were denied a chance to move above Caley Thistle and drop to fourth and fifth respectively after their game was abandoned at half-time because of strong winds with the score level at 1-1.

    With Queens losing - they are now six games without a win - the Dumfries side slip to second bottom after Alloa, now unbeaten in five, scored two late goals to share an eight-goal thriller away to Morton, who have not won in five.

    Scottish Championship scores
  7. Still tight for third

    Scottish Premiership

    That battle for third place in the top-flight remains tight, with Aberdeen slipping up, Motherwell being held and Hibs and Livingston sharing the points at Easter Road.

    The only change is Motherwell edging a point ahead of the Dons with a game in hand after their derby draw with Hamilton.

    At the other end, Ross County's win at Pittodrie moves them seven points ahead of third bottom St Mirren and surely must be safe from at least automatic relegation.

    Hamilton, meanwhile, are now two ahead of bottom side Hearts, although the Tynecastle side have a game in hand after last night's postponement of their game away to St Mirren.

    Scottish Premiership scores
    Scottish Premiership table
  8. FULL-TIME Hamilton Academical 0-0 Motherwell

    It's a result that Motherwell surely wouldn't have settled for pre-match, but after Christopher Long's first-half dismissal and Aberdeen's defeat at home to Ross County, the battling point means Stephen Robinson's men climb back into third with a game in hand.

    Brian Rice will be disappointed his home side couldn't capitalise with the man advantage, but the point moves them a point further away from the foot of the table, although they have played a game more than Hearts.

    Motherwell's Christopher Long is sent off
    Image caption: Motherwell's Christopher Long was sent off
  9. CLOSE!

    Hamilton Academical 0-0 Motherwell

    Jermain Hylton almost wins it Motherwell as he lashes a volley over the bar from 15 yards.

  10. FULL-TIME Hibernian 1-1 Livingston

    Livingston fought back to earn a draw at Hibs and remain ahead of them in fifth place in the Premiership.

    Christian Doidge broke the deadlock for Hibs with a beautiful close-range flick past Robby McCrorie.

    Aaron Taylor-Sinclair got a slight touch on Steve Lawless' cross to equalise just six minutes later though.

    Scott Allan had missed a penalty in the first-half - a diving save from Robby McCrorie, who kept the visitors in it with several great saves throughout the game.

    Despite being held to a draw, Hibs are now unbeaten in 11 league games at Easter Road, while Gary Holt's side claimed just their 11th away point of the season.

    Livingston celebrate
    Image caption: Livingston came from behind to draw in Edinburgh
  11. FULL-TIME Aberdeen 1-2 Ross County

    Aberdeen drop to fourth after Billy Mckay's double ends County's run of 12 away games without a win.

    The Dons, who had won their previous seven against the Dingwall side, went ahead through Curtis Main, but Dean Campbell's sending off turned the game in the visitors' favour.

    Derek McInnes's side have now gone five home games without a victory and fall behind Motherwell, who drew with Hamilton.

    Ross County's Billy Mckay celebrates
    Image caption: Billy Mckay scored twice at Pittodrie
  12. GOAL Greenock Morton 4-4 Alloa Athletic

    Robbie Deas

    An amazing comeback for Alloa, who were 4-2 down by equalise through Robbie Deas.

  13. GOAL Aberdeen 1-2 Ross County

    Billy Mckay

    Billy Mckay latches on to a long ball in to the box and manages to turn at the front post and fire the ball past Joe Lewis to steal a late winner for the guests.

    Ross County goal graphic
  14. GOAL Greenock Morton 4-3 Alloa Athletic

    Kevin O'Hara

  15. CLOSE!

    Hibernian 1-1 Livingston

    Livi come close once more - Aymen Souda fires a free-kick from the wide left, but it lands on the roof of the net.

  16. CLOSE!

    Aberdeen 1-1 Ross County

    County are really beginning to apply the pressure at Pittodrie and Josh Mullin comes incredibly close with a half-volley from the edge of the box.

    The ball hits off a nearby defender and looks like it's going to loop over Joe Lewis, but the goalkeeper gets a hand to it to knock it to safety. Another tremendous save.

  17. GOAL Peterhead 0-2 Airdrieonians

    Craig Thomson

  18. Post update

    Hamilton Academical 0-0 Motherwell

    It's end-to-end stuff here. Motherwell centre-back Declan Gallagher controls a lofted free-kick in the Accies box, but his touch is poor and his effort is diverted behind for a corner.

  19. Livi looking good for draw

    Hibernian 1-1 Livingston

    Allan Preston

    BBC Scotland summariser on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Hibs have had the better of the second-half, but Livingston have looked good the last few minutes, keeping the ball, good possession. It would be a good point away from home if they could come away with this draw
  20. CLOSE!

    Hamilton Academical 0-0 Motherwell

    It's all Hamilton now.

    This time, Accies midfielder Scott Martin works his way to the edge of the box but puts a right-footed effort just wide of the far post.