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Live Reporting

Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

  1. Signing off

    That's all for today but we're back with more Scottish Premiership tomorrow.

    Join us then, there's lots to talk about...

    Scottish Premiership fixtures
    Image caption: Kick-off 15:00 GMT, except where stated
  2. Ross County 'getting results now'

    FT: Ross County 3-2 Dundee

    Ross County manager Malky Mackay told BBC Sportsound: "It's been a terrific day for us. It was probably an incredible game to watch.

    "It was a tough game, Dundee posed a real challenge. On another day, there's a chance that we don't win that. The three subs were excellent.

    "We're getting results now. That's one defeat in six."

    James McPake and Malky Mackay
    Image caption: Malky Mackay (right) admitted Ross County could have dropped points against Dundee
  3. Gray praise for Hibs defence despite late lapse

    FT: St Mirren 1-1 Hibernian

    Interim Hibs boss David Gray told BBC Sportsound: "I thought we dealt with the conditions well in the first half and their goalkeeper was by far the busier. We deserved to go ahead and to lose the late goal is disappointing.

    "I thought we were comfortable, the boys defended really well and made good decisions.

    "Josh Campbell deserves that goal for his performances of late. His energy and work-rate is fantastic."

    Hibs celebrate
    Image caption: Josh Campbell scored his first top-flight goal but Hibs could not hold on
  4. 'A good point for St Mirren'

    FT: St Mirren 1-1 Hibernian

    St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin told BBC Sportsound: "I thought a draw was a fair result. It feels like a good point after going behind in terrible conditions.

    "Connor Ronan added a bit of quality when he came on and we are better team when we get the ball down and pass it.

    "We find ourselves going behind to another counter attack, which is frustrating. That's something we need to address.

    "It would have been easy for the players to feel it wasn't going to be their day but we got a positive reaction and scored a good goal. It was a great finish from our captain."

    Jim Goodwin
    Image caption: Jim Goodwin's St Mirren ninth in the Scottish Premiership
  5. 'Penalty decision extremely harsh' - Courts

    FT: Dundee Utd 0-1 Livingston

    Dundee United boss Thomas Court told BBC Sportsound: "It was an untidy first half but I felt we had the majority of control. Livi sucker-punched us, though, and they had something to hold on to.

    "There was a huge incentive for us today that we've missed, but these players have character and spirit."

    On the plenty decision, Court says: "I thought it was extremely harsh at the time. I feel there were multiple decisions that went against us today. I thought it just looked like a shoulder challenge in the box."

    The United head coach also confirms Dylan Levitt did not feature as he pulled up in the warm-up with a recurrence of the same injury that has kept him out since late October.

    Thomas Courts
    Image caption: Thomas Courts' Dundee United slipped a place to fifth in the Scottish Premiership
  6. 'Ridiculously bad goals' frustrate McPake

    FT: Ross County 3-2 Dundee

    Dundee manager James McPake told BBC Sportsound: "Disappointed to say the least not to take anything but disappointed that we didn't win the game. We should've been out of sight.

    "We lose three ridiculously bad goals down to basic errors of defending your box. The three goals we should not be losing, it's as simple as that.

    "Going forward, we were really good. At this level, teams punish you if you're not ruthless. We weren't ruthless."

    James McPake
    Image caption: James McPake's Dundee are now two points above bottom place
  7. Dons have 'fought well' for wins - Glass

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass says he did not see if Teddy Jenks winning goal was handball.

    He told BBC Sportsound: "The way that they [St Johnstone] have reacted there's always a possibility, but the bit I saw was the finish from Teddy Jenks, which was fantastic.

    "He did similar at Livingston away when we were needing something and looking for a bit of quality from somewhere, and Teddy produced it.

    "Any time you win three games in a row in this division it's been well fought, it's a tough thing to get done."

    Aberdeen's Teddy Jenks celebrates
    Image caption: Aberdeen's Teddy Jenks celebrates at full-time after his late goal secured his side the three points
  8. Livi 'defended for their lives'

    FT: Dundee Utd 0-1 Livingston

    Livingston head coach David Martindale told BBC Spotsound: "I'm delighted. It was a different type of performance today.

    "We did well to get into the final third on occasions, but United threw everything at us. The boys defended for their lives.

    "You can see the continuity in the squad now. The players are adapting to the environment and the Premiership."

    On Ayo Obileye's composed penalty, Martindale added: "He's brilliant at penalties. He's very, very cool and I don't think he's missed one since he's been up in Scotland."

    David Martindale & Stephane Omeonga
    Image caption: David Martindale (right) congratulates Stephane Omeonga
  9. 'Saints lost to a blatant handball'

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Aberdeen

    After Teddy Jenks's controversial late winner for Aberdeen, St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson tells BBC Scotland: "In the second half I thought the boys were magnificent. They took the game to Aberdeen and albeit for first of all a soft free-kick - I don't think it was a free-kick - and then looking back on it a blatant handball that has basically cost us the game.

    "That's three or four times blatantly it's happened this season and that's basically costing points, and big points. For the performance levels we had today to get nothing from it is hard to take.

    "I thought we were pushing, we limited Aberdeen in the second half and I thought we were the better team."

    St Johnstone's Chris Kane is spoken to by the referee
    Image caption: St Johnstone were unhappy that Aberdeen's goal was allowed to stand
  10. Post update

    While we're waiting for reaction to today's games, check out this free-kick from Celtic's David Turnbull all the way back in January - the latest in our Christmas Cracker series.

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  11. Top three pulling away in League 2

    Victories for the top three in Scottish League 2 today with Kelty Hearts maintaining their seven-point advantage at the summit.

    Bottom side Cowdenbeath are still four points off Elgin City.

    Scottish League 2 scores
    Scottish League 2 table
  12. Top two win in League 1

    Cove Rangers still lead Montrose by three points at the top of Scottish League 1 after both won today.

    East Fife are five points adrift at the bottom.

    Scottish League 1 scores
    Scottish League 1 table
  13. Arbroath overtake Killie in second tier

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle still lead Raith Rovers by a point at the top of the Scottish Championship.

    Kilmarnock drop a place to fourth as Arbroath move up to third.

    Dunfermline and Queen of the South's draw has sent Greenock Morton to the bottom.

    Scottish Championship scores
    Scottish Championship table
  14. Well, Livi & County climb table, Saints slip

    Motherwell move up a place to fourth, despite not playing today. Dundee United drop below them on goal scored and Aberdeen are now just a point off the Tangerines.

    The Dons have also moved four points clear of Hibernian, who are now just a point above Livingston - the Lions up to eighth.

    St Mirren drop a place to ninth and Ross County swap places with St Johnstone, who are bottom on goals scored.

    Scottish Premiership table

    Today's Scottish Premiership results in full.

    Scottish Premiership scores
  16. FULL-TIME Dunfermline 3-3 Queen of the South

    A thrilling draw at East End Park.

  17. FULL-TIME Ross County 3-2 Dundee

    A huge three points for Ross County and they are finally off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership.

    Luke McCowan looked like he was driving all three points to Dundee himself with a fantastic individual performance that garnered him two goals, but it was not to be.

    Coming from behind twice, Malky Mackay's side earn a hard-fought win, with Regan Charles-Cook bagging the winner after levellers by Dominic Samuel and Danny Mullen (own goal).

    Ross County celebrate
  18. FULL-TIME Dundee United 0-1 Livingston

    What a few days for Livi. They've backed up Wednesday's midweek win against Hibs with another 1-0 victory away to Dundee United.

    Thomas Courts' side stuttering form continues, though, that's now just one win in their last eight.

    The visitors are up to eighth, while United are down to fifth.

  19. FULL-TIME Raith Rovers 1-0 Kilmarnock

    A narrow win for Raith Rovers in the Scottish Championship.


    Ross County 3-2 Dundee

    County hook away and try to counter but Cammy Kerr hauls down Joseph Hungbo - into the book for the Dundee right-back.

    The Staggies will try to seep every second out of this set piece.