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  1. Watch Pars v Buddies

    I'm going to go for a lie down now after all those goals... Thanks for your company.

    The show is not over though. We'll keep this page alive so you can watch BBC Alba's coverage of Dunfermline v St Mirren.

    It's 0-0 at East End Park after half an hour.

  2. Sunday's games

    We'll be back tomorrow to do this all again and we have a lunchtime cracker to serve up from Pittodrie, with Aberdeen and Rangers meeting for the first time in almost five years.

    Both teams will see themselves as the closest challengers to champions Celtic and both are locked on nine points, so this is an opportunity to lay down a marker.

    It's a sell-out and the atmosphere promises to be red hot.

    Dons boss Derek McInnes said: "It's a game that has been eagerly anticipated. It's always a bit tasty for both sets of players and both sets of supporters, but it is only a game."

    Rangers manager Mark Warburton: "Are the players getting used to the hostility they are going to face at these away grounds? I think they are getting there. "It's interesting when you speak to some of the new guys like Clint Hill, Niko Kranjcar and Matt Gilks. They are all very experienced and seasoned pros. "But they have been shocked by the rivalries and the apparent hatred from certain fans. 

    At 15:00, Hamilton take on St Johnstone at New Douglas Park and the hosts will want to get off the foot of table pronto.

    Derek McInnes
    Image caption: Will McInnes be celebrating tomorrow afternoon?
  3. Jags need to improve strike rate

    FT: Patick Thistle 1-1 Motherwell

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at Firhill

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald says his players cannot afford to feel sorry for themselves after conceding a late goal to drop more points against Motherwell.

    He felt his side did enough to win the game but says the striker Ade Azeez, who missed three clear chances, needs to find his shooting boots because he's judged on goals.

    Motherwell manager Mark McGhee believes his side deserved to earn a point with Scott McDonald's late goal against Partick Thistle.

    He admits the visitors were not at their best, but believes it is a measure of their progress that they took a point from a game they would have lost last season.

  4. Hearts boss frustrated by draw

    FT: Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    John Barnes

    BBC Scotland at Tynecastle

    Hearts boss Robbie Neilson says it was a disappointing result but he felt the first 60-70 minutes performance was great. He says they are creating loads of chances but not taking them and that's the problem at the moment.

    County's Jim McIntyre was pleased with the point and said they had Scott Fox to thank for his performance particularly in the first half keeping Hearts out. But he credited his players for the work they put in especially after they went down to 10 men near the end when Ian McShane was sent off.

  5. Dundee boss wants 'more desire'

    FT: Inverness CT 3-1 Dundee

    Dundee manager Paul Hartley talking to BBC Scotland:

    "It was a poor performance. The goals we lost were poor on our part.

    "As a team, we've got to be better, show more desire. I didn't think we offered enough in terms of the final third.

    "As a team, we didn't play well. There's not many players with pass marks today."

    Dundee's Danny Williams (L) with team mate Julen Etxabeguren
    Image caption: Dundee duo Danny Williams and Julen Etxabeguren are dejected at full-time
  6. Inverness 'going in right direction'

    FT: Inverness CT 3-1 Dundee

    Caley Thistle manager Richie Foran talking to BBC Scotland:

    "We're going in the right direction. I thought we were ruthless in front of goal today. That's what we've been looking for.

    "Good results breed confidence. We're climbing that table, looking up now. We've been through our bad patch. We didn't let it affect us.

    "We were mentally strong and now we're starting to look good but I still believe there's a lot more to come from us."

  7. Forfar keep run going

    Manchester City will be in Glasgow on Wednesday for their Champions League game with Celtic. 

    Pep Guardiola's side were 3-1 winners at Swansea today, joining Forfar Athletic as the only British sides with 100% league records.

    Thomas O'Brien was on target as the Loons picked up an away win at nearest challengers Clyde.

  8. Killie 'blown away'

    FT: Celtic 6-1 Kilmarnock

    Killie manager Lee Clark talking to BBC Radio Scotland:

    "They blew us away in the second half. It was men against boys in every aspect. We came up against a class act. It's a shame because Coulibaly's goal will be forgotten about now. He's scored some unbelievable goals since he's come up."

  9. Celtic wait for De Vries injury update

    FT: Celtic 6-1 Kilmarnock

    Celtic gaffer Brendan Rodgers tells BBC Radio Scotland that goalkeeper Dorus de Vries went off at half time with a chest strain.

    "We'll see how he goes tomorrow," he replies when asked if the Dutchman will be fit to face Manchester City on Wednesday. "If not, we have a very able deputy in Craig Gordon."

  10. Queens still on top of Championship

    Queen of South remain unbeaten in the league and sit proudly at the top of the second tier after a drab draw at home to Hibs, who had Lewis Stevenson sent off early in the second half.

    Falkirk, Raith Rovers and Dundee United all made up ground with wins.

    Dunferrmline v St Mirren is starting in a few minutes and you can watch the BBC Alba coverage at the top of this page.

  11. 'Goals galore from Celtic'

    FT: Celtic 6-1 Kilmarnock

    Pat Bonner

    BBC Scotland pundit at Celtic Park

    "It was easy street in the end after that first half-hour, when Kilmarnock put the shutters up and Celtic had some bad finishing. You thought 'could it be one of those days?' but the answer was an emphatic 'no'. It was good movement, good passing and goals galore from Celtic."



    Dundee Utd 2-1 Morton 

    Falkirk 2-0 Ayr Utd 

    Queen of the South 0-0 Hibernian 

    Raith Rovers 3-2 Dumbarton 


    Airdrieonians 0-2 Albion Rovers 

    Brechin City 2-1 Peterhead 

    East Fife 3-1 Livingston 

    Queen's Park 0-2 Stranraer 

    Stenhousemuir 2-2 Alloa Athletic 


    Annan Athletic 1-1 Edinburgh City 

    Arbroath 0-0 Cowdenbeath 

    Clyde 0-1 Forfar Athletic 

    Montrose 0-0 Berwick Rangers 

    Stirling Albion 0-4 Elgin City 

  13. FULL-TIME Partick Thistle 1-1 Motherwell

    The Jags nudge off the bottom of the table, overtaking Hamilton, who play St Johnstone tomorrow, on goal difference. The home side will be furious since they were on top for long spells and spurned good chances to add to Chris Erskine's opening goal. That profligacy was punished on 83 minutes when Scott McDonald nodded in.

  14. FULL-TIME Inverness CT 3-1 Dundee

    Caley Thistle are building some nice momentum now, taking their unbeaten run to four games and leapfrogging Dundee in the process.

    The Dark Blues' wait for a win in these parts goes on...

  15. FULL-TIME Hearts 0-0 Ross County

    For the second week running, the Staggies stubbornly hold on for a goalless draw. The visitors had Ian McShane sent off late on but Hearts had run out of ideas long before then.

  16. Championship update

    Dundee United 2-0 Morton

    Tony Andreu grabs his second of the day to earn the home side revenge for their League Cup loss at Cappielow. Valuable points with Hibs and Queen of the South drawing a blank.

    Hold the phone, Morton grab one back in stoppage-time...


    Partick Thistle 1-1 Motherwell

    Motherwell are threatening to win this. Ryan Bowman gets his head to a cross and Ryan Scully makes a great save to deny him. Alan Archibald is not going to be a happy man at full-time at how his side have thrown away the three points.

  18. FULL-TIME Celtic 6-1 Kilmarnock

    Did Kilmarnock make a mistake by grabbing the opening goal? Souleymane Coulibaly's stunning finish certainly provoked a reaction, with Moussa Dembele replying with two rapid-fire strikes. James Forrest, Leigh Griffiths, Scott Sinclair and Tom Rogic were also on target.

    A nice way to warm up for Manchester City in the Champions League...

  19. Championship update

    Falkirk 2-0 Ayr United

    Falkirk look to have made the points safe with Lee Miller knocking in the Bairns second goal on 90 minutes.

    It's still 0-0 in the top of the table battle between Queen of the South and 10-man Hibs at Palmerston.

  20. GOAL Celtic 6-1 Kilmarnock

    Tom Rogic, 85 mins

    All getting a bit messy now for Killie as Australian Tom Rogic, another Celtic player in great  form this season, curls the ball into the bottom corner from the edge of the box.