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Live Reporting

Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all folks

    That's the end of the text updates from me. Enjoy watching the rest of the Falkirk v Dundee United game by clicking on the icon at the top of the page.

    Join us tomorrow for Dundee v Aberdeen & Inverness CT v Celtic.

  2. Moult is the main man for Motherwell

    FT: Motherwell 4-2 Hamilton

    It's been a good day for St Johnstone, who move up to third in the Premiership and Queen of the South deserve great credit for taking over at the top of the Championship.

    However, Louis Moult is the man of the hour, with his four goals helping Motherwell to a 4-2 derby victory over Hamilton at Fir Park.

    Take a bow...

  3. Follow the action at Falkirk

    Falkirk v Dundee Utd

    I'm going to sign off soon but we'll keep this page running for those interested in watching the BBC Alba coverage of Falkirk v Dundee United.

    It's 1-1 at the moment, with Tope Obadeyi levelling John Baird's opener.

  4. Sunday's top flight games

    Celtic can extend their lead at the top of the Premiership pile when they visit Inverness Caley Thistle tomorrow.

    Brendan Rodgers' side must recover from their Champions League mauling in Barcelona as they look to maintain their 100% league record.

    The Highlanders opened with three defeats but have picked up recently, taking four points from St Johnstone and Aberdeen.

    Before that there is a high noon showdown at Dens Park, with Aberdeen visiting Dundee.

    Paul Hartley's side were draw specialists last season and have taken a point in each of their last three outings.

    Aberdeen got off to a flier with eight straight wins last time but have picked up just one victory from five so far.

    We'll do this live text dance again for those fixtures and BBC Radio Scotland will be covering both matches.

    Celtic are yet to drop a point in the league
    Image caption: Celtic are yet to drop a point in the league
  5. Lennon hits out at Bartley red card

    Neil Lennon is not happy after Hibernian's winning run came to an end at home to Ayr United. The hosts were cruising at 1-0 before Marvin Bartley was sent off.

    "The red card has changed the game," the Hibees manager told BBC Scotland. "It's not a red card. 

    "Marvin has gone in with one foot and he is low. He might have caught the kid but there was a lot of other stuff going on out there, the way the referee was letting the game go.  

    "I can't be over critical of the players. Indeed I feel for them a bit with the refereeing performance but we have to accept it and get on. 

    "There have been instances in games this year when we haven't been good enough in front of goal but we had plenty of chances to go two up and should have seen the game out."

    Ayr United gaffer Ian McCall: "For us to win against the overwhelming favourites for the league is a terrific result."

    Marvin Bartley was sent off at Easter Road
    Image caption: Bartley was dismissed with Hibs leading 1-0
  6. High praise for keeper Clark

    FT: St Johnstone 1-0 Hearts

    "Everyone is equal in this dressing room and they all work so hard for each other," says St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright.

    "I've got two number one keepers at the club and that's a manager's dream. I don't think there's a better young keeper in the country than Zander Clark.

    "Gordon Strachan was here today and I think he's certainly someone who deserves to be near the Scotland squad."

    The Saints boss also said that his two players booked for simulation [Graham Cummins & Chris Kane] will be fined if he agrees with the referee after watching match footage.

  7. Warburton silent on Barton

    FT: Rangers 0-0 Ross County

  8. McGhee sets festive target for Moult

    FT: Motherwell 4-2 Hamilton

    "It's great to have Louis Moult back," says a delighted Motherwell boss Mark McGhee. "He's had the operation and says it's the best he's felt in his career. He scored a fantastic four goals today, let's see if he can get to 20 before Christmas.

    "For me, the most important thing is the three points. Bragging rights are for the supporters and I'm delighted for them."

  9. Championship duel at Falkirk

    Falkirk v Dundee Utd

    The game is under way and you can watch via the coverage tab at the top of the page.

  10. Neilson not downhearted after loss

    FT: St Johnstone 1-0 Hearts

    "That's the way it goes sometimes - we played some fantastic football then got hit by a sucker punch," Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson tells Sportsound.

    "The St Johnstone goalkeeper has had the game of his life and they had one shot on goal. We can't be too despondent about it.

    "I got sent to the stand for clapping a delivery into the box. I think the fourth official has got his wires crossed a bit."

  11. Forfar in fine fettle

    Forfar Athletic are flying in League Two, with today's 4-1 win over Stirling Albion making it six wins from six for the table-toppers.

    Josh Peters was on target again with two of those goals.

  12. Livi leapfrog City

    Hibs are not the only side to lose an unbeaten run today,since Brechin City were undone at Livingston.

    Alloa and Livi lead the way on 15 points in League One.



    Dumbarton 1-1 St Mirren 

    Hibernian 1-2 Ayr United

    Greenock Morton 2-1 Dunfermline Athletic

    Queen of the South 3-1 Raith Rovers


    Airdrieonians 1-1 East Fife 

    Livingston 2-1 Brechin City 

    Queen's Park 1-2 Alloa Athletic 

    Stenhousemuir 2-2 Peterhead 

    Stranraer 3-2 Albion Rovers


    Arbroath 1-1 Annan Athletic 

    Cowdenbeath 0-2 Berwick Rangers 

    Edinburgh City 0-1 Montrose 

    Elgin City 0-2 Clyde 

    Forfar Athletic 4-1 Stirling Albion


    Rangers 0-0 Ross County

    The visitors earn a point on their first visit to Ibrox. Not the response Rangers boss Mark Warburton was looking for after last weekend's derby drubbing.

  15. Still going...

    Rangers 0-0 Ross County

    James Tavernier heads wide from a corner then has a shot saved by Scott Fox as Rangers give it the kitchen sink treatment in stoppage time.


    Kilmarnock 2-2 Partick Thistle

    The points are shared in a thoroughly entertaining game. Twice the Jags came from behind and that nudges them off the foot of the table on goal difference as Inverness CT drop one place ahead of tomorrow's game with Celtic.


    St Johnstone 1-0 Hearts

    Saints continue their good run against the Jambos in Perth and move up to third in the table, level on points with the visitors from Edinburgh.

  18. CLOSE!

    St Johnstone 1-0 Heart of Midlothian

    Callum Paterson again goes close as the right-back, pushed up in a desperate attempt to salvage a point, stabs the ball just wide from 12 yards.

  19. Queens flying high

    Queen of the South are the new leaders in the Championship. The Doonhamers are the only unbeaten team in the division after a 3-1 triumph at home to Raith Rovers.

    The Dumfries side leapfrog Hibernian, who suffer a shock 2-1 home defeat to Ayr United.

  20. Post update

    Rangers 0-0 Ross County

    Five minutes of stoppage time at Ibrox.