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Live Reporting

Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    Now, then. Aberdeen see off Hearts to move within a point of league leaders Celtic. Partick Thistle win at Tannadice to heap more misery on Dundee United; Ross County come from behind to beat Hamilton and Motherwell prove too strong for Dundee.

    And an Iain Vigurs-inspired Inverness CT see off Kilmarnock in the Highlands.

    Thanks for your company this afternoon. Highlights of all today's games will be on our website from 18:00 GMT tomorrow; join us tomorrow lunchtime for St Johnstone v Celtic from McDiarmid Park.

    Some breaking news tonight as St Mirren part company with manager Ian Murray.

    Enjoy you Saturday night, cheers.

  2. Motherwell manager Mark McGhee

    'We deserved to win'

    “I think we dominated the game entirely.  I think we showed some resilience and deserved to win. I suspected we would have to score more than one goal to beat them today because we have let in goals and we’ve not quite got to the stage of being confident we’re going to keep a clean sheet.  We’ve put more distance between ourselves and Dundee United. That’s the important thing for me that we draw ourselves out of this position.”

    Motherwell manager Mark McGhee
    Image caption: Motherwell manager Mark McGhee

    Ian Murray has resigned as St Mirren manager. Murray joined the Buddies from Dumbarton in May but six months later find themselves third bottom of the Championship and haven't won a home game this season.

    Ian Murray has parted company with St Mirren
  4. Dundee United manager Mixu Paatelainen

    'Nowhere near good enough'

    “Disappointed and devastated really. It’s nowhere near good enough, simple as that. We need to improve a lot. When we get those chances to shoot or get in behind them, we simply need to take them with more conviction.”

  5. Partick boss Alan Archibald

    Dundee United 0-1 Partick

    "I'm delighted with a clean sheet and the three points. It wasn't a great game of football and I thought the first half was a poor spectacle. 

     "We didn't really get the ball moving but it opened up in the second half. We're delighted to get three on the trot after such a bad start to the season."    

    Partick boss Alan Archibald
  6. FULL-TIME League Two

    Annan Athletic 3 East Stirling 1

    Berwick 2 Elgin 3

    Clyde 2 East Fife 0

    Montrose 1 Stirling 3

    Queen's Park 1 Arbroath 0  

  7. FULL-TIME League One

    Ayr 1 Dunfermline 2

    Brechin 1 Peterhead 1

    Forfar 0 Cowdenbeath 1

    Stenhousemuir 0 Albion 1

    Stranraer 1 Airdrieonians 3.  

  8. FULL-TIME Championship

    Dumbarton 1 St Mirren 0

    Hibernian 1 Falkirk 1

    Livingston 0 Alloa 1

    Rangers 2 Morton 2  

  9. FULL-TIME Dundee United 0-1 Partick

  10. FULL-TIME - Motherwell 3-1 Dundee

  11. FULL-TIME - Inverness CT 2-1 Kilmarnock

  12. GOAL - Motherwell 3-1 Dundee

    Stephen Pearson gets to the near post and meet the right hand side cross, knocking the ball over the line.

  13. FULL-TIME - Hamilton 1-3 Ross County

  14. GOAL - Hamilton 1-3 Ross County

    (Liam Boyce)

    A double sucker punch for Accies. No sooner had Stewart Murdoch fired County in front, the visitors extend their lead as Liam Boyce scores a third to surely seal the points.

  15. GOAL - Inverness CT 2-1 Kilmarnock

    (Mark Connolly)

    Killie captain Mark Connolly gives his side a glimmer of hope as he heads home in Inverness. Can they find a late, late equaliser?

  16. GOAL Rangers 2-2 Morton

    (Martyn Waghorn)

  17. GOAL - Hamilton 1-2 Ross County


  18. GOAL - Rangers 1-2 Morton


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  20. CLOSE! Motherwell 2-1 Dundee

    It's getting nervy for Motherwell. Paul McGowan's cross from the right meets the diving head of Greg Stewart, but he puts it well side from close range. A distraught Stewart has to be lifted back up off the ground by his team-mates.