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Summary

  1. Rangers 2-0 Hearts (Kiernan, McKay); Inverness 1-1 Hamilton (Cole; Crawford)
  2. Aberdeen 0-0 St Johnstone; Motherwell 0-0 Kilmarnock; Dundee 0-0 Ross C
  3. Second-top Rangers four points ahead of Aberdeen
  4. Inverness climb above Partick Thistle at bottom
  5. Celtic eight points clear after Friday's win at Firhill

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    That's all for now. Rangers were the only top flight side to win on a day of draws. 

    We'll back back on Tuesday with a tasty looking double bill.

    Premiership leaders Celtic are at home to Hamilton and Aberdeen welcome Motherwell to Pittodrie

    Join us again for all of the action.

    On Friday, the Accies are playing again, with Rangers visiting New Douglas Park.

    Sportscene is on at 18:00 tomorrow and all the weekend highlights will be available online at the same time.

  2. 'Rangers showing character'

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Hearts

    Rangers are gathering some momentum now after good wins over Aberdeen and now Hearts.

    "It's been a huge show of character," reckons former striker Steven Thompson, talking on BBC Sportsound.

    Rangers celebrate a 2-0 win
  3. 'What's happened to Niall McGinn?'

    FT: Aberdeen 0-0 St Johnstone

    Aberdeen legend Willie Miller is not impressed.

    He asks "What's happened to Niall McGinn? He's just gone completely. He's been a bit player this season. If he's not performing and Jonny Hayes are not performing, then who's going to create?"

    Maybe McGinn is suffering from burn out after not getting much of summer holiday after Euro 2016?

  4. 'Saints created best chances'

    FT: Aberdeen 0-0 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright talking to BBC Sportsound: "I think we probably just edged it. We certainly created the best chances. We weren't sitting back, hanging on for a draw."

  5. 'Dons needed more craft'

    FT: Aberdeen 0-0 St Johnstone

    Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes talking to BBC Sportsound: "We didn't show enough attacking threat. We are used to winning here so I can understand the frustration. St Johnstone sat in and had a good shape about them. We needed more quality and craft to find an answer. We had the majority of the ball but didn't do enough with it. We'll take the point and move on to Tuesday."

  6. Championship round-up

    Hibs and Dundee United remain level on points, with the Easter Road side stretching their goal advantage by a smidge.

    Bottom club St Mirren make it back-to-back wins after going so long without a victory. 

  7. FULL-TIME

    SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP 

    Ayr United 0-1 Dundee United 

    Dunfermline Athletic 2-1 Greenock Morton

    Falkirk 2-2 Queen of the South 

    Hibernian 2-0 Dumbarton 

    St Mirren 1-0 Raith Rovers 

    SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE 

    Airdrieonians 0-5 Stenhousemuir 

    Peterhead 1-1 Alloa Athletic 

    Queen's Park 2-1 Albion Rovers 

    Stranraer 1-2 Livingston 

    Brechin City v East Fife (17:15)

    SCOTTISH LEAGUE TWO 

    Annan Athletic 2-0 Cowdenbeath 

    Edinburgh City 2-0 Stirling Albion 

    Elgin City 6-0 Berwick Rangers 

    Forfar Athletic 0-1 Arbroath 

    Montrose 2-1 Clyde

  8. FULL-TIME Rangers 2-0 Hearts

    A very good day for Rangers as they made light work of a Hearts side that had bullied them at Tynecastle just the other week.

    Mark Warburton's side are eight points behind Celtic and four points clear of third-placed Aberdeen thanks to goals from Rob Kiernan and Barrie MacKay.

  9. FULL-TIME Aberdeen 0-0 St Johnstone

    Maybe the worst of the goalless draws. Aberdeen remain third but lose ground to Rangers in second place.

    Saints came closest to snatching a winner when David Wotherspoon's free-kick was touched onto the post.

  10. FULL-TIME Dundee 0-0 Ross County

    It was a day for dismal draws. Let's hope the teams are saving something for nearer Christmas. 

    Remarkably, County have just one win in their past 14 games but they sit mid-table, while Dundee can console themselves with the knowledge that they are just two points off sixth place.

  11. FULL-TIME Inverness CT 1-1 Hamilton

    Yet another draw for the Accies. That's 10 for the season.

    It was an entertaining game with chances aplenty and a point is enough to nudge Caley Thistle off the foot of the table, with Partick taking a turn at the bottom.

  12. FULL-TIME Motherwell 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock hang on to sixth spot after a dire game at Fir Park. Motherwell will be regretting missed chances either side of the interval.

  13. Accies heading for yet another draw

    Inverness CT 1-1 Hamilton

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Sport Scotland at the Caledonian Stadium

    It looks like an eighth draw in ten for Hamilton and once again that's thanks to Ali Crawford. Both sides will feel they might have won this and a point might frustrate both.

    It will take Inverness off bottom place but it remains so tight down there wins will prove crucial. Neither look like they'll get that now.

  14. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Aberdeen 0-0 St Johnstone

    Oh so close for Saints as David Wotherspoon's curling free-kick is touched on to the post by goalkeeper Joe Lewis. The ball rebounds across the face of goal before being cleared.

  15. Difficult first game for Cathro

    Rangers 2-0 Hearts

    Ian Cathro
    Image caption: Ian Cathro is heading for defeat in his first match as Hearts head coach, with Partick Thistle at home next up for the 30-year-old
  16. Give us a goal

    Approaching the final five minutes of regulation time. We still have three goalless games in the top flight. Any chance of some late drama?

  17. CLOSE!

    Aberdeen 0-0 St Johnstone

    Aberdeen defender Graeme Shinnie almost hands the lead to Saints with a poor headed back-pass.

    Saints sub Blair Alston pounces, but his stabbed effort past goalkeeper Joe Lewis slips wide of the far post.

  18. CLOSE!

    Motherwell 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Motherwell striker Scott McDonald flashes a shot just wide just as Kilmarnock were starting to look the better team. The Australian is given the freedom of the box, but can't get it on target.

  19. GOAL Hibernian 2-0 Dumbarton

    Brian Graham 76 mins

    Brian Graham scores for Hibs
    Image caption: Graham thumps a shot in to double Hibs' lead at Easter Road