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Live Reporting

Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Europe next for Old Firm

    How will those contrasting fortunes affect the Old Firm as they head into this week's Europa League last-32 second legs?

    Rangers will need to recover quickly from the disappointment of losing further ground domestically as they travel on Wednesday to face Braga holding a 3-2 lead.

    Celtic will be cock-a-hoop as they entertain Copenhagen the following evening looking to build on a 1-1 draw in Denmark.

    Before then, we have more live Premiership action on Tuesday, when Motherwell host St Mirren looking to beat the latest incoming storm in a rearranged game.

    Join us then for more build-up, live commentary and post-match reaction.

  2. Celtic take advantage of Rangers slip

    FT: Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Martin Dowden describes how Celtic recovered from losing an early goal to secure a handsome win over Kilmarnock and march 12 points clear at the top of the Premiership.

    Celtic 12 clear after beating Kilmarnock

    Celtic v Kilmarnock

    Celtic shrug off an early Kilmarnock goal to march 12 points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership.

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  3. 'Rangers not enough strength-in-depth'

    FT: Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: I think Rangers could lose even more points - the gap could be bigger by the end. It's not what neutrals would want, but Celtic have just got the better players, a bigger squad. If they lose one or two, it doesn't affect them
  4. Bartley happy to defy odds

    Today's results have done little damage to Livingston's chances of finishing in the top six.

    Kilmarnock and St Johnstone are now six points adrift, although the Perth side have a game in hand, with midfielder Marvin Bartley confident his fifth-placed side are in a good position.

    "We are in control of our own destiny," he tells BBC Scotland. "We do play Kilmarnock and we do play St Johnstone.

    "It is good to have a gap, but if we do beat those teams, it will put us in a good position to finish in the top six, which would be a remarkable achievement for the club.

    "Because, among most pundits, we were relegation favourites."

  5. Black May day for Rangers

    FT: St Johnstone 2-2 Rangers

    You can now read Thomas Duncan's match report from that tense affair up at McDiarmid Park, where Rangers suffered another blow to their title hopes.

    Rangers drop more points at St Johnstone

    St Johnstone v Rangers

    Rangers drop points for the fourth time in seven Scottish Premiership matches as they are held to a 2-2 draw by St Johnstone.

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  6. We were outstanding - Lennon

    FT: Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Celtic manager Neil Lennon tells BBC Scotland he "wasn't happy" with Kilmarnock's goal, scored from the penalty spot by Eamonn Brophy, in his side's 3-1 win.

    "I thought Eamonn was offside," he says. "But our reaction to that was fantastic. It was a real magnificent performance. I thought we were outstanding.

    "To be fair to Alex Dyer, he went with two strikers. But we dealt with that very well.

    "I said to the players 'don't think it's easy what you're doing'. It's important we keep the momentum going."

    Celtic manager Neil Lennon celebrates
  7. Ideal time to face Celtic - May

    FT: St Johnstone 2-2 Rangers

    St Johnstone now head for next Sunday's Scottish Cup quarter-final against holders Celtic in fine mood and striker Stevie May says it comes at an ideal time.

    "It is going to be a big one," he tells BBC Scotland.

    "It is obviously going to be a very tough task - it is going to take our best performance to get something out the game and progress.

    "But, if we are ever going to play them in terms of our form, it is going to be now."

  8. Saints looking up after draw - May

    FT: St Johnstone 2-2 Rangers

    St Johnstone striker Stevie May, who scored the equaliser against Rangers, is delighted with the point that puts his side level on points with seventh-placed Kilmarnock with a game in hand.

    "We started the game really well, got that lead and I felt we could maybe have got one or two more," he tells BBC Scotland.

    "But we knew Rangers would come out strong in the second half and they did, so it is great character for us and it is credit to how well we have been playing that we came back from that and get the draw.

    "It is a bit of fortune dropping in the box and I was on the goal-line and it fell nicely for me. We rode our luck, but we had chances before that.

    "I think we can start looking up the league rather than looking behind us as we were earlier in the season."

    Stevie May celebrates his goal
  9. Ruthless Celtic response

    FT: Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    This must have felt horrible for Kilmarnock. After going down to 10 men, they were chasing shadows with Celtic exploiting space all over the park.

    The red card, a second yellow for Alan Power, did seem harsh, but it may not have made too much difference. There was something about Kilmarnock’s approach that simply didn’t work and, as the clock ticked, they looked increasingly powerless.

    Neil Lennon’s men were asked a question early on. As has become the norm, they answered it emphatically and are overwhelming favourites to go on and retain their league title.

  10. FULL-TIME Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    The final whistle concludes what is likely to prove a significant day for Celtic in their relentless pursuit of a ninth consecutive league title.

    Despite falling behind to an early Eamonn Brophy penalty, Neil Lennon's side ease to a third straight 3-1 over Kilmarnock this season thanks to goals from Kristoffer Ajer, Odsonne Edouard and Leigh Griffiths.

    Combined with Rangers' draw earlier in the day away to St Johnstone, Celtic have now stretched their lead over their city rivals to 12 points.

    They went into the winter break after a defeat by Rangers only two points ahead and having played a game more. Eight league victories in a row later, they have a commanding lead on points and are 20 goals better off on goal difference. Another title is all but there.

    Celtic celebrate
    Image caption: Odsonne Edouard (centre) scored Celtic's second goal
  11. 'Lack of intensity from Killie'

    Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: I've never seen Kilmarnock show such a lack of intensity in closing down than in this game. The midweek game must have taken it out of them, but it really shouldn't
  12. Post update

    Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Celtic left-back Greg Taylor has already had a pop at goal against his former club and this time his powerful effort is beaten away by goalkeeper Laurentiu Branescu as we enter stoppage time.

    It is now like a defence versus attack training exercise.

  13. Post update

    Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Almost a lifeline for Kilmarnock as Christopher Jullien chases a long ball to the edge of his own penalty area.

    The French centre-half stumbles as he heads back to Fraser Forster and the goalkeeper somehow emerges with the ball at his feet as they and striker Nicke Kabamba collide.

  14. Post update

    Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    On-loan Southampton winger Mohamed Elyounoussi is so lose to a fourth for Celtic, but his shot is cleared off the line.

  15. 'Killie should thank Branescu'

    Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Marvin Bartley

    Livingston midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Laurentiu Branescu has played really well - without him it could have been five or six comfortably for Celtic
  16. Griffiths off, Bitton on

    Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Leigh Griffiths, who scored Celtic's third goal, receives a standing ovation as he is replaced with midfielder Nir Bitton.

    Leigh Griffiths scores

    Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Only a brilliant stop from Laurentiu Branescu prevents Celtic stretching their lead, the on-loan Juventus goalkeeper tipping over a back-post half-volley from Leigh Griffiths from point-blank range.

  18. 'Celtic first-class off the ball'

    Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Marvin Bartley

    Livingston midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Celtic's attacking play has been brilliant, but when they lose the ball, their hunger to get it back has been first-class. Everybody works hard to get it back. If the top team in the country can do it then no player is too good to work hard - Celtic have had that in abundance again
  19. Post update

    Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    A great chance for Vakoun Issouf Bayo to score seconds after coming on as a substitute, but the striker heads wide from four yards as he dives to meet a Jeremie Frimpong cross.

  20. Post update

    Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Celtic make a double change, with scorer Odsonne Edouard and midfielder Tom Rogic coming off.

    On go Mohamed Elyounoussi and Vakoun Issouf Bayo come on.