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- FT: Motherwell 1-0 Hearts (Ainsworth) - Motherwell back up to fourth
- FT: Partick Thistle 1-2 Dundee (Doolan; Hemmings 2) - Dundee now three points clear of Jags
- Rangers presented with Championship trophy after drawing with Alloa
Please join us again for tomorrow's matches.
Tomorrow, there are three more top-flight matches:
Inverness CT v Kilmarnock (12:30)
Celtic v Ross County (15:00)
Dundee United v Hamilton Academical (15:00)
There will be reaction from today's Scottish Premiership matches on the BBC Sport website later.
Edinburgh City opened up a three-goal advantage in the first leg of the pyramid play-off.
The eventual winner will face Scottish League Two bottom side East Stirlingshire.
Hibernian's scoreless draw with Greenock Morton gives Falkirk the opportunity to open up a five-point gap in the race for second place in the Scottish Championship, although Hibs would have a game in hand.
Martin Burke: Big win for Dundee today, just need to let @OfficialKillie beat us now and send United doon #bbcsportscot
Dumbarton 1-1 St Mirren
Greenock Morton 0-0 Hibernian
Queen of the South 3-1 Livingston
Rangers 1-1 Alloa Athletic
Dumbarton secure their Scottish Championship safety after coming from behind to beat St Mirren.
With champions East Fife assured promotion, Queen's Park move up to second after beating Clyde, who slip to fourth. Elgin City are third while Annan Athletic are a point off Clyde and three behind Queen's Park and Elgin ahead of next week's closing fixtures.
Only three of Queen's Park, Elgin, Clyde and Annan will progress to the play-offs.
Arbroath 0-0 Montrose
Berwick Rangers 2-0 East Fife
East Stirlingshire 0-3 Elgin City
Queen's Park 2-1 Clyde
Stirling Albion 2-1 Annan Athletic
Forfar Athletic's relegation to the bottom tier has been confirmed following their defeat by Albion Rovers.
Cowdenbeath drop into the relegation play-off spot.
Stranraer maintain fourth place in the race to secure the final promotion play-off place, despite losing to Brechin City, who move above second bottom.
Airdrie and Albion Rovers go into next week's final week of fixtures two points off Stranraer.
Ayr and Peterhead are already assured play-off places as they attempt to join champions Dunfermline in the Championship.
Airdrieonians 3-0 Dunfermline Athletic
Albion Rovers 3-2 Forfar Athletic
Brechin City 1-0 Stranraer
Cowdenbeath 1-3 Stenhousemuir
Peterhead 0-4 Ayr United
Hibernian miss the chance to go level on points with second-placed Falkirk in the Championship after drawing with Morton.
Falkirk can go five points clear if they beat Raith Rovers later this evening.
Championship second bottom side Livingston face a relegation play-off after Derek Lyle's double gives Queens victory.
Dundee claim their third win at Firhill this season, with Kane Hemmings' double making the difference.
Motherwell reclaim fourth place in the Scottish Premiership with a narrow victory over Hearts, who remain eight points behind second-placed Hearts.
David Amoo volleys narrowly over the crossbar as Partick Thistle pass up an opportunity to equalise.
Adam Reid: COME ON HEARTS! #bbcsportscot
BBC Sport Scotland at Cappielow
"Liam Henderson off for James Keatings. Martin Boyle on for Marvin Bartley. Hibs going 4-2-4 as they search for three points versus Morton. Still 0-0."