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- FT: Rangers 3-0 Kilmarnock - Rangers go second in Premiership
- Results: Inverness 3-3 Hearts, Motherwell 4-1 Ross County
- Results: Hamilton 0-1 Dundee, St Johnstone 1-2 Partick Thistle
- Early game: Aberdeen 0-1 Celtic - Celtic nine points clear with game in hand
That's it in terms of updates.
You can see all of the Scottish Premiership highlights on Sportscene tomorrow evening at 18:00 on BBC Two Scotland. The action will be available online around the same time.
There are a few cracking goals well worth catching.
Motherwell manager Mark McGhee on BBC Sportsound:
"It rates up there with the best of what we've produced this season.
"We need to blood as many of these young players as we can and see where it takes us. That was my mission last season and we ended up in fifth."
Hearts boss Robbie Neilson on BBC Sportsound:
"Anytime you come back from 2-0 down to get a point you're happy but we created enough chances to win the game."
Dundee manager Paul Hartley on BBC Sportsound:
"We've had a lot of stick, come under a lot of pressure but we showed today, we're up for the fight, up for the challenge.
"I'm delighted for this group. It was a terrific performance. Hamilton didn't really threaten us at all.
"We changed our style. We needed to be a bit nastier. The work ethic from all the players was different class."Copyright: SNS
So, what are the headlines in the Scottish Premiership today?
Celtic march on, unbeaten in 10 games and nine points clear at the top. Rangers are now clear in second place, leapfrogging Aberdeen, Hearts and St Johnstone after their comfortable win over Kilmarnock.
At the bottom, Ross County are in freefall, without a win in nine games and scoring just three in that sequence. Dundee ended their dreadful run with a victory at Hamilton and are now just one point behind the Staggies.
Queen of the South have gone four league games without a win but they can go level on points with second-placed Dundee United if they pick up three points at Stark's Park this evening.
The BBC Alba cameras are there and you can follow the game using the link at the top of the page.
A win for Raith will see the Kirkcaldy side leapfrog Queens into third spot.
East Stirlingshire 1-2 Annan Athletic
Formartine United 7-2 Banks O'Dee
Forres Mechanics 4-0 Cumbernauld Colts
Gretna 2008 2-6 Buckie Thistle
Berwick Rangers 1-1 Arbroath
Clyde 1-1 Stirling Albion
Elgin City 3-1 Cowdenbeath
Forfar Athletic 1-1 Edinburgh City
Alloa Athletic 0-0 Albion Rovers
Brechin City 0-3 Livingston
East Fife 0-1 Airdrieonians
Peterhead 2-0 Stranraer
Queen's Park 0-3 Stenhousemuir
Dumbarton 2-2 Dunfermline Athletic
Dundee United 1-0 Falkirk
Hibernian 2-0 St Mirren
Greenock Morton 2-1 Ayr United
Raith Rovers v Queen of the South (17:15)
It was scrappy but Dundee will take it.
Their first win since the opening day of this season's Premiership eases the pressure on Paul Hartley and suddenly the Dark Blues are within touching distance of the sides immediately above them at the bottom end of the table.
Rangers are suddenly in second place... The goals coming from Lee Wallace, Andy Halliday and Joe Garner.
And breath... A crazy end-to-end game comes to a close in the Highlands with the points shared.
That's two away wins on the bounce for the Jags thanks to a last-gasp goal from skipper Abdul Osman.
Saints were looking to go clear in second place but end the day in fifth.
Motherwell end a run of three consecutive losses in style to move up two places to ninth in the table. Ross County drop down to second bottom and manager Jim McIntyre will be a worried man.
There are Thistle fans spilling on to the McDiarmid Park pitch to celebrate as Jags skipper Abdul Osman smashes a shot home from eight yards.
That will scupper Saints' hopes of going second...
The Highlander Don Cowie passes up a big chance to nudge Hearts ahead, as Arnaud Djoum's shot falls to him in the box. His first-time shot is tame, though, and easy work for Cammy MacKay in the Inverness goal.
A rare chance on a bad day for the visitors as Souleymane Coulibaly flicks a shot just wide from a Kilmarnock corner.