Scottish football as it happened

Second play third as Aberdeen visit Motherwell in one of four Scottish Premiership fixtures.

25 January 2014 Last updated at 14:04

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  1. 17:27: 

    It's goodbye from me for now, enjoy the rest of your Saturday.

  2. 17:26: 

    There will be more live coverage tomorrow with Hibernian v Celtic on BBC Radio Scotland and the BBC Sport website.

  3. 17:24: 

    Sportsound Extra is about to start on BBC Radio Scotland and will feature more reaction to today's results.

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    Crawford, Alford in Aberdeenshire: "Well done to the Jambos! Let's get Rudi signed up again and its game on for a storming second half to the season."

    Stuart McCall, Motherwell manager

    "I thought 2-2 was a fair result, without a doubt."

  6. 17:20: 

    Peterhead lead Scottish League Two by five points after today's results.

  7. 17:19: 

    In League One, Rangers are now 23 points clear at the top.

  8. 17:18: 

    Falkirk have gone top of the Scottish Championship after beating Dundee.

  9. 17:14: 

    Aberdeen manager McInnes also confirmed Ryan Jack had gone to hospital for an x-ray after being stretchered off in the first half.

    Derek McInnes, Aberdeen manager

    "I'm delighted with the two goals and delighted with the attitude of the players near the end."

    Billy Dodds, BBC Radio Scotland at Fir Park

    "Overall, you'd have to say that a 2-2 draw was really fair."

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    Dougie Kinnear: "That's the difference for @AberdeenFC this season! Always fighting to the end! Great comeback! #bbcsportscot"

  13. 17:06: 

    Kilmarnock move up to eight after beating Inverness, second bottom Partick Thistle's point has taken them level with Ross County while Hearts move on to two points, 19 behind Thistle.

  14. 17:04: 
    FULL-TIME- Scottish League Two

    Albion Rovers 0-3 Berwick Rangers

    Clyde 1-0 East Stirlingshire

    Elgin City 2-3 Montrose

    Peterhead 1-0 Queen's Park

    Stirling Albion 1-1 Annan Athletic

  15. 17:03: 
    FULL-TIME- Scottish League One

    Airdrieonians 1-1 Stranraer

    Brechin City 3-2 Dunfermline

    East Fife 2-1 Forfar Athletic

    Rangers 3-2 Arbroath

    Stenhousemuir 1-1 Ayr Utd

  16. 17:02: 
    FULL-TIME- Scottish Championship

    Falkirk 2-0 Dundee

    Hamilton 3-4 Cowdenbeath

  17. 16:58: 

    So, Aberdeen stay second in the Scottish Premiership, a point ahead of Motherwell.

  18. 16:57: 
    FULL-TIME- Motherwell 2-2 Aberdeen

    It ends level with that stoppage-time leveller from Aberdeen securing the visitors a point. Russell Anderson has been credited with the decisive goal.

  19. 16:56: 
    GOAL- Stirling Albion 1-1 Annan Athletic (White)

    Jordan White scores a late equaliser for Stirling.

  20. 16:54: 
    GOAL- Motherwell 2-2 Aberdeen

    It's an Aberdeen equaliser but it's not entirely clear who has scored. Russell Anderson was the nearest Aberdeen player to it as players swarmed to meet Mark Reynolds' headed knock-down but it may have been an own goal.

  21. 16:53: 
    INJURY TIME- Motherwell 2-1 Aberdeen

    Five minutes of stoppage time being played at Fir Park.

  22. 16:52: 
    FULL-TIME- Ross County 1-2 Hearts

    Bottom club Hearts move on to positive points with victory in Dingwall.

  23. 16:51: 
    FULL-TIME- St Mirren 0-0 Partick Thistle

    No goals in Paisley, point apiece.

  24. 16:51: 
    FULL-TIME- Kilmarnock 2-0 Inverness

    Goals from Lee Ashcroft and Kris Boyd give Killie victory.

  25. 16:50: 
    GOAL- Stenhousemuir 1-1 Ayr Utd (McNeil)

    Ross McNeil draws Stenny level.

  26. 16:48: 
    GOAL- Brechin City 3-2 Dunfermline (Petrie)

    Quite a comeback from Brechin with Darren Petrie putting them in front for the first time. They were 2-0 down earlier in the match.

  27. 16:45: 
    CLOSE!- Ross County 1-2 Hearts

    Evangelos Ikonomou almost levels for Ross County, his shot fizzing past the post.

  28. 16:43: 
    GOAL- Hamilton 3-4 Cowdenbeath (Andreu)

    Anthony Andreu's deflected free-kick brings Hamilton to within a goal of Cowdenbeath, having been four down.

  29. 16:39: 
    GOAL- Ross County 1-2 Hearts (Robinson)

    Hearts take the lead again in Dingwall with Scott Robinson firing home.

  30. 16:38: 
    GOAL- Hamiton 2-4 Cowdenbeath (Keatings, pen)

    James Keatings further reduces Hamilton's deficit with a penalty.

  31. 16:37: 
    CLOSE!- Motherwell 2-1 Aberdeen

    Adam Rooney chests the ball down two yards from goal, but he swings a left boot at it and slices it over the Motherwell crossbar.

  32. 16:36: 
    GOAL- Rangers 3-2 Arbroath (McCulloch, pen)

    Rangers take the lead for the first time with Lee McCulloch converting a penalty.

  33. 16:35: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- St Mirren 0-0 Partick Thistle

    Paul McGowan comes close to giving St Mirren the lead, his shot coming off the post.

  34. 16:34: 
    GOAL- Elgin City 2-3 Montrose 3 (Watson)

    Paul Watson 7regains the lead for Montrose.

  35. 16:34: 
    GOAL- East Fife 2-1 Forfar Athletic (O'Neill)

    Stephen O'Neill puts East Fife in front against Forfar.

  36. 16:32: 
    GOAL- Falkirk 2-0 Dundee (Loy)

    Rory Loy nets Falkirk's second against Dundee.

  37. 16:31: 
    GOAL- Kilmarnock 2-0 Inverness CT

    Kris Boyd puts Kilmarnock two ahead with a strike from the centre of the penalty area after weaving his way into the box, his powerful shot flying past Inverness keeper Dean Brill.

  38. 16:30: 
    GOAL- Motherwell 2-1 Aberdeen (Francis-Angol)

    Zaine Francis-Angol and John Sutton race in to convert a Henri Anier cross and it looks like the former got the vital touch.

  39. 16:30: 
    GOAL- Rangers 2-2 Arbroath

    David Templeton nets Rangers' second equaliser of the day.

  40. 16:28: 
    GOAL- Airdrieonians 1-1 Stranraer (McKeown)

    Frank McKeown levels for Stranraer.

  41. 16:27: 
    GOAL- Motherwell 1-1 Aberdeen (Rooney)

    It's a debut goal for Adam Rooney, who heads home on the rebound after Gunnar Nielsen keeps out Niall McGinn's dipping shot.

  42. 16:26: 
    GOAL- Albion Rovers 0-3 Berwick Rangers (Currie, pen)

    Lee Currie's penalty extends Berwick Rangers' lead.

  43. 16:25: 

    "It was with deep regret that our match today against Queen of the South F.C. was abandoned due to the tragic death of one of our loyal supporters during the game.

    "All at Greenock Morton Football Club would like to take this opportunity to extend our heartfelt sympathy to all family and friends of the gentleman concerned.

    "We would further like to register our appreciation for the efforts of the emergency services, St Andrews First Aiders and Stewards who carried out their duties in a professional and caring manner throughout.

    "And finally, our thanks must also go to supporters of both teams who showed patience and great respect as events unfolded."

  44. 16:23: 
    GOAL- Hamilton 1-4 Cowdenbeath (Andreu)

    Anthony Andreu pulls one back for Hamilton.

  45. 16:22: 
    CLOSE!- Motherwell 1-0 Aberdeen

    And more frustration for the Dons as neither Adam Rooney nor Joe Shaughnessy can get the necessary connection on a teasing Jonny Hayes cross.

  46. 16:21: 
    CLOSE!- Motherwell 1-0 Aberdeen

    More Aberdeen pressure creates a chance for Niall McGinn but the Motherwell defence scramble the ball clear from inside their own six-yard box.

  47. 16:19: 
    Brechin City 2-2 Dunfermline (Jackson)

    Andrew Jackson draws Brechin level.

  48. 16:17: 
    Motherwell 1-0 Aberdeen

    Another injury at Fir Park. After Aberdeen's Ryan Jack was take off earlier, Motherwell's Fraser Kerr is stretchered from the field after landing awkwardly. Paul Lawson comes on.

  49. 16:16: 
    GOAL- Brechin City 1-2 Dunfermline (Carcary)

    Derek Carcary pulls one back for Brechin.

  50. 16:15: 
    GOAL- Clyde 1-0 East Stirlingshire (MacDonald)

    Kieran MacDonald puts Clyde ahead against East Stirlingshire in Scottish League Two.

  51. 16:15: 
    GOAL- Brechin City 0-2 Dunfermline (Wallace)

    Ryan Wallace nets the Pars' second.

  52. 16:14: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Ross County 1-1 Hearts

    Yann Songo'o fancies another goal at Victoria Park and fires in a shot from distance that is kept out by a fine Jamie MacDonald save.

  53. 16:13: 
    Motherwell 1-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen try to respond to going behind but neither Niall McGinn, Adam Rooney nor Peter Pawlett can get away a clean shot in a crowded penalty Motherwell area.

  54. 16:09: 
    GOAL- Rangers 1-2 Arbroath (Linn)

    Arbroath take the lead for a second time at Ibrox, Robert Linn finding the net.

  55. 16:08: 
    GOAL- Motherwell 1-0 Aberdeen (McManus)

    Stephen McManus attacks Lionel Ainsworth's corner with a powerful header and Peter Pawlett cannot stop it on the line.

  56. 16:07: 
    GOAL- East Fife 1-1 Forfar Athletic (McKenzie)

    Marc McKenzie draws East Fife level.

  57. 16:05: 
    CLOSE!- Kilmarnock 1-0 Inverness CT

    Billy McKay goes close for Inverness Caledonian Thistle when he tries to lob Craig Sampson, but the Kilmarnock keeper gets a touch to it and clears the danger.

  58. 16:03: 
    GOAL- Hamilton 0-4 Cowdenbeath (Stewart)

    Greg Stewart emulates team-mate Kane Hammings by scoring his second at New Douglas Park.

  59. 16:01: 

    Matches resuming for the second half.

    Adam Rooney and Stephen McManus Adam Rooney (left) is getting to grips with Scottish football again in his debut for Aberdeen at Motherwell
  61. 15:55: 
    HALF-TIME- Scottish League Two

    Albion Rovers 0-2 Berwick Rangers

    Clyde 0-0 East Stirlingshire

    Elgin City 0-2 Montrose

    Peterhead 1-0 Queen's Park

    Stirling Albion 0-1 Annan Athletic

  62. 15:54: 
    HALF-TIME- Scottish League One

    Airdrieonians 1-0 Stranraer

    Brechin City 0-1 Dunfermline

    East Fife 0-1 Forfar Athletic

    Rangers 1-1 Arbroath

    Stenhousemuir 0-1 Ayr Utd

  63. 15:53: 
    HALF-TIME- Scottish Championship

    Falkirk 1-0 Dundee

    Hamilton 0-3 Cowdenbeath

  64. 15:52: 
    HALF-TIME- Ross County 1-1 Hearts

    That Yann Songo'o goal takes Ross County in level against Hearts at the break.

  65. 15:50: 
    HALF-TIME- Motherwell 0-0 Aberdeen

    Third-place Motherwell are tied with the second-place Dons at the break.

  66. 15:50: 
    HALF-TIME- Kilmarnock 1-0 Inverness CT

    Killie lead at the break thanks to Lee Ashcroft's header.

  67. 15:49: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Motherwell 0-0 Aberdeen

    Gunnar Nielsen tips away a fierce drive from Aberdeen's Jonny Hayes.

  68. 15:48: 
    HALF-TIME- St Mirren 0-0 Partick Thistle

    No goals in the first half at Paisley.

  69. 15:46: 
    GOAL- Ross County 1-1 Hearts (Songo'o)

    A long ball into the box is headed into the net by Yann Songo'o, the defender on loan from Blackburn Rovers.

  70. 15:44: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Motherwell 0-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen midfielder Barry Robson came closest to breaking the deadlock at Fir Park when he fired against the post.

  71. 15:44: 
    Chick Young, BBC Scotland at Rugby ParkKilmarnock 1-0 Inverness CT

    "It was all Kilmarnock early on, but Inverness have turned the tide. The pitch is in fine shape, despite the conditions earlier.

    "Inverness have come back into it and created a few chances, but Kilmarnock are still in charge thanks to that Lee Ashcroft goal."

  72. 15:42: 
    St Mirren 0-0 Partick Thistle

    Steven Thompson has a great chance for the hosts but the experienced striker takes a poor touch and cannot beat Paul Gallacher.

  73. 15:41: 
    Willie Miller at Fir ParkMotherwell 0-0 Aberdeen

    "It's been a good game, it's been very physical, some very meaty challenges. Aberdeen have had more of the ball but they haven't got Adam Rooney into the game yet, and it's Motherwell who have had the best two chances so far."

  74. 15:40: 
    St Mirren 0-0 Partick Thistle

    Still no goals in Paisley. Aaron Taylor-Sinclair blasts in a shot for the visitors but Marian Kello is equal to it.

  75. 15:39: 
    GOAL- Ross County 0-1 Hearts (Paterson)

    Callum Paterson stabs in from two yards after a cross is flicked onto him in the box - a deserved lead for the visitors in Dingwall. Could this be the day Hearts cross over into positive points?

  76. 15:38: 
    GOAL- Peterhead 1-0 Queen's Park (Ross)

    Scott Ross gives Peterhead the lead against Queen's Park.


    Greenock Morton: "Due to a tragic incident in the crowd, both clubs have agreed to abandon the match. A date for a replay will be announced in due course."

  78. 15:35: 
    MATCH ABANDONED- Greenock Morton A-A Queen of the South

    The match at Cappielow has been abandoned.

  79. 15:34: 
    PLAY SUSPENDED- Greenock Morton 0-0 Queen of the South

    Play has been suspended between Morton and Queen of the South due to an incident at Cappielow.

  80. 15:33: 
    GOAL- Brechin City 0-1 Dunfermline (Shankland)

    On-loan Aberdeen striker Lawrence Shankland puts the Pars ahead.

  81. 15:33: 
    GOAL- East Fife 0-1 Forfar Athletic (Swankie)

    Gavin Swankie gives Forfar the lead at New Bayview.

  82. 15:31: 
    CLOSE!- Ross County 0-0 Hearts

    Jordan Slew almost puts County ahead, his effort just slipping past the post.

  83. 15:30: 
    GOAL- Stenhousemuir 0-1 Ayr Utd

    Craig Malcolm puts Ayr in front.

  84. 15:30: 
    CLOSE!- Kilmarnock 1-0 Inverness CT

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle's Liam Polworth breaks free on a dancing run, then dinks the ball across for Billy Mackay who sends in a looping header beyond the post that looked certain to level the scores, but edged wide.

    Jim Spence, BBC Sport at Victoria Park

    "Ross County really struggling to impose their will on this game. A very dominant Hearts at the moment."

  86. 15:28: 
    GOAL- Elgin City 0-2 Montrose (Johnston)

    Scott Johnston doubles Montrose's lead.

    Inverness assistant manager Russell Latapy Russell Latapy (left) is back in Scottish football as the assistant manager of Inverness, pictured here earlier today at Rugby Park
  88. 15:24: 
    GOAL- Rangers 1-1 Arbroath (Daly)

    Jon Daly brings Rangers level at Ibrox.

    Willie Miller at Fir Park

    "Motherwell are struggling to get control of the game. In midfield, Aberdeen are well on top with Willo Flood and Barry Robson switching positions, both are so fluid. Aberdeen are very much in the ascendency in the opening period."

  90. 15:20: 
    GOAL- Hamilton 0-3 Cowdenbeath (Hemmings)

    Kane Hemmings gets his second of the day at New Douglas Park.

  91. 15:19: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Motherwell 0-0 Aberdeen

    Zaine Francis-Angol cuts back for James McFadden to have a shot on the run but Jamie Langfield makes a fine reaction save.

  92. 15:19: 
    GOAL- Falkirk 1-0 Dundee

    Conor McGrandles puts the Bairns ahead against Dundee.

  93. 15:18: 
    GOAL- Albion Rovers 0-2 Berwick Rangers (Currie)

    Paul Currie put Berwick ahead and now Lee Currie has netted their second.

  94. 15:17: 
    GOAL- Kilmarnock 1-0 Inverness CT (Ashcroft)

    Lee Ashcroft heads home Sammy Clingan's free-kick to put Killie ahead.

  95. 15:17: 
    Stirling Albion 0-1 Annan Athletic (Davidson)

    Scott Davidson puts Annan in front.

  96. 15:14: 
    CLOSE!- Motherwell 0-0 Aberdeen

    Peter Pawlett replaces Ryan Jack for Aberdeen and Barry Robson sends the free-kick flashing over the crossbar.

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  98. 15:11: 
    Motherwell 0-0 Aberdeen

    Shaun Hutchinson takes out Ryan Jack with a sliding challenge and the Aberdeen player is going to be stretchered off.

  99. 15:10: 
    GOAL- Hamilton 0-2 Cowdenbeath (Hemmings)

    Kane Hammings nets Cowdenbeath's second.

  100. 15:08: 
    Motherwell 0-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen captain Russell Anderson suffered a bit of a noise bleed following a head knock at Fir Park but the experienced defender has soldiered on.

  101. 15:07: 
    GOAL- Hamilton 0-1 Cowdenbeath (Stewart)

    Greg Stewart fires the visitors ahead at New Douglas Park.

  102. 15:06: 
    GOAL- Albion Rovers 0-1 Berwick Rangers (Currie)

    Paul Currie gives Berwick the lead over Albion Rovers.

  103. 15:06: 
    Ross County 0-0 Hearts

    Hearts starting the game on the front foot in Dingwall, with Callum Paterson firing over.

  104. 15:05: 
    GOAL- Elgin City 0-1 Montrose (Webster)

    Graham Webster puts Montrose in front against Elgin City in League Two.

  105. 15:03: 
    GOAL- Rangers 0-1 Arbroath (Banjo)

    David Banjo puts Arbroath ahead against the Scottish League One leaders.

  106. 15:02: 
    CLOSE!- Ross County 0-0 Hearts

    It's the visitors who have the first chance at Victoria Park with Sam Nicholson firing over the Ross County crossbar.

    Rob Maclean, BBC Scotland at St Mirren Park

    "Driving sleet hear, let's hope the bad weather stays away."

  108. 15:00: 

    Matches across the country getting underway.

  109. 14:57: 

    Gregg Wylde makes his first start for St Mirren against Partick Thistle today following his recent move from Aberdeen.

    Stuart McCall, Motherwell manager

    "Iain Vigurs got a knock in training on Thursday, and that was a big disappointment this morning, him failing a fitness test. It does give us the opportunity to bring Fraser Kerr in, and Steven Hammell will move over to left-back.

    "There's no prospect of us bringing anyone in that's for us, but hopefully there's going to be no outs. No-one's been in contact, there's been no fresh interest, but we can't afford any more outs as today is what we've got. We've already got two young guys on the bench today."

    Gary Locke, Hearts manager

    "Losing Ryan Stevenson's a blow for us because he's a big player for us. The spirit here's never been in question. The players have given us everything."

  112. 14:49: 

    Kilmarnock: Samson, Irvine, Pascali, Ashcroft, Tesselaar, Clingan, Slater, Kiltie, Muirhead, McKenzie, Boyd. Subs: Maksimenko, Nicholson, Johnston, Gros, Reguero, Clohessy, Gardyne.

    Inverness CT: Brill, Raven, Meekings, Warren, Tremarco, Shinnie, Doran, Polworth, Williams, Ross, McKay. Subs: Tansey, Esson, Vincent, Ross Draper, Devine, Watkins, Christie.

    Referee: William Collum

  113. 14:47: 

    Should Motherwell win today, they will replace Aberdeen in second place. A victory for the Dons would take them four points clear of 'Well.

  114. 14:41: 

    St Mirren: Kello, Naismith, McGregor, McAusland, Kelly, McGowan, Goodwin, McGinn, Campbell, Wylde, Thompson. Subs: van Zanten, Reilly, Newton, Brady, Grainger, Dilo, Williams.

    Partick Thistle: Paul Gallacher, McMillan, Mair, Balatoni, Sinclair, Craigen, Muirhead, Erskine, Bannigan, Higginbotham, Taylor. Subs: Fox, Stephen O'Donnell, Doolan, Forbes, Lawless, Elliot, Fraser.

    Referee: John Beaton

  115. 14:40: 

    New signing Vitalijs Maksimenko is on the bench for Kilmarnock against Inverness.

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    Andrew Priestley: "I wonder if the Rooney north of the border can live up to the name of the one south of the border. Debut goal anyone? #bbcsportscot"

    Steven McLean, Referee, Motherwell v Aberdeen

    "Given the late inspection we wanted to give it every chance. There are three or four areas of concerns, but the ground staff have done a fantastic job. The pitch is heavily saturated, but the ball is rolling, it's bouncing, so we'll give it a chance.

    "Both clubs are aware if there is a heavy downpour the game is at risk or being delayed or postponed. At the moment it looks like we're going to get away with it."

  118. 14:29: 

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  119. 14:27: 

    Ross County: Fraser, Gordon, McLean, Ikonomou, Songo'o, Kiss, Brittain, Tidser, Carey, Slew, Arquin. Subs: Brown, Boyd, Micic, Quinn, De Leeuw, Glen, Cooper.

    Hearts: MacDonald, McHattie, Wilson, McGowan, McKay, Smith, Hamill, Carrick, Nicholson, Robinson, Paterson. Subs: Ridgers, Billy King, Tapping, Oliver, McGhee, Beith.

    Referee: Kevin Clancy

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  122. 14:20: 

    Kilmarnock have also been busy in the transfer market this week with the capture of defender Vitalijs Maksimenko, who could make his debut against Inverness this afternoon. The Rugby Park outfit are also trying to re-sign midfielder Alexei Eremenko. Killie say he will be at today's match...but only to do the half-time draw.

  123. 14:18: 

    Motherwell: Nielsen, Kerr, Hutchinson, McManus, Hammell, Ainsworth, Lasley, Carswell, Francis-Angol, Sutton, McFadden. Subs: Lawson, Stewart, Moore, Murray, Anier, Leitch, Thomas.

    Aberdeen: Langfield, Shaughnessy, Anderson, Reynolds, Considine, Hayes, Flood, Jack, Robson, Rooney, McGinn. Subs: Zola, Vernon, Pawlett, Low, Weaver, Magennis, Tate.

    Referee: Steven McLean

  124. 14:16: 
    Aberdeen striker Adam Rooney Adam Rooney has joined Aberdeen from Oldham this week and he makes his Dons debut today against Motherwell at Fir Park
    Derek McInnes, Aberdeen manager

    "I don't think there will be any surprises. I think Motherwell are a very good side, they've shown some consistency - even though there's been a few changes, it'll be a good game.

    "We're hoping to bounce back from last week. I'm glad the game is on - it was borderline - there's been a real deluge in the west, so there's a few areas where it's borderline. As long as it stays dry, we've got a game."

  126. 14:13: 

    There's a full card in Scottish Leagues One and Two.

  127. 14:12: 

    Dumbarton v Livingston and Raith Rovers v Alloa Athletic in the Scottish Championship have been called OFF due to waterlogged pitches.

  128. 14:11: 

    Elsewhere, Inverness visit Kilmarnock, Ross County host bottom club Hearts and St Mirren and Partick Thistle meet in Paisley.

  129. 14:09: 
    Fir Park There has been some concern about the pitch at Fir Park but, as things stand, Motherwell v Aberdeen goes ahead
  130. 14:07: 

    There are four matches in the Scottish Premiership, including the third v second encounter between Motherwell and Aberdeen at Fir Park.

  131. 14:05: 

    Good afternoon and welcome to Saturday's Scottish football coverage.

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As It Stood Table

Last updated 25 Jan 2014 UK

Scottish Premiership summary table; it charts each team by position, team name, games played, total goal difference and points
Position Team Played Goal Difference Points
No movement 1 Celtic 21 36 57
No movement 2 Aberdeen 24 13 45
No movement 3 Motherwell 23 4 44
No movement 4 Inverness CT 22 8 37
No movement 5 Dundee Utd 23 12 34
No movement 6 St Johnstone 23 5 32
No movement 7 Hibernian 23 -2 28
Moving up 8 Kilmarnock 23 -7 25
Moving down 9 St Mirren 23 -15 24
No movement 10 Ross County 23 -14 21
No movement 11 Partick Thistle 24 -17 21
No movement 12 Hearts 24 -23 2