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  1. FT: Celtic 1-0 Hamilton (Griffiths, 36)
  2. Celtic move 11 points clear at the top
  3. 10 league wins on the trot for champions
  4. Aberdeen-Motherwell abandoned after floodlight failure

Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. More light between Celtic and rivals

    Well, what a strangely eventful night, despite a rather unimpressive performance by Celtic against Hamilton.

    In the end, the Premiership leaders have gone further clear while Aberdeen and Motherwell must find another date for a game dramatically abandoned after a floodlight failure.

  2. Post update

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Brendan Rodgers will be anxious to get Scott Sinclair back from injury as he is the one whose creativity Celtic miss
  3. Not our top level - Rodgers

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers on BBC Radio Scotland: "It certainly wasn't at the level we have been for most of the season, but the mentality of the players was very strong.

    "The pitch looks heavy and it affects the speed of our game, but give credit to Hamilton - they condensed the space in the middle of the park.

    "When you are a winning team, you have to have drive and hunger and the players have that in spades.

    "We just failed with that last decision in the box, but they got the game done."

  4. Apology from Aberdeen

    Aberdeen A-A Motherwell

    The floodlights at Pittodrie were powered by a generator with no problems for last Tuesday's win over Kilmarnock and the weekend draw with St Johnstone, explains Aberdeen chief executive Duncan Fraser.

    He told BBC Scotland: "We brought in two generators and tested them - they've been working fine for the last week and a half, but tonight the generator tripped. 

    "We powered it up again, but when it tripped again, we had no option but to call the game off. 

    "We can only apologise to both sets of supporters."

    Image caption: The lights went on twice at Pittodrie this evening
  5. Joy for Livi and Loons

    League One had looked like it was going to be extremely tight at the top, but Livingston have sprinted away from the pack and their 4-0 win at Stenhousemuir means they are now seven points clear of Airdrieonians.

    Alloa Athletic are a further three points back after a disappointing home draw with Stranraer, who move above East Fife, who are now in the relegation play-off spot.

    In League Two, Forfar Athletic's hammering of Annan Athletic means they move five points clear of Elgin City with a game in hand.

  6. Positives despite the defeat - Canning

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    Hamilton Accies player-manager Martin Canning on BBC Radio Scotland: "I am pleased. I thought the boys were magnificent, they kept their shape well and held Celtic at bay.

    "We put ourselves in a position to make it difficult for Celtic at the end.

    "We have a big game in two days and we have to find our legs and get ready for Rangers."


    Scottish League One

    Alloa Athletic 2-2 Stranraer

    Stenhousemuir 0-4 Livingston

    Scottish League Two

    Forfar Athletic 5-1 Annan Athletic

  8. Celtic v Accies report card

    Read Richard Wilson's match report as Leigh Griffiths' solitary strike is enough to give Celtic victory.

    Celtic 1-0 Hamilton Academical

    Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths celebrates victory

    Leigh Griffiths' strike gives Celtic victory over Hamilton and moves them 11 points clear in the Scottish Premiership

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  9. Celtic in control

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    Celtic are now 11 points ahead of Rangers at the top of the table with two games in hand.


    Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    That's a 10th straight Premiership win for Celtic - the first time they have done that in the top flight since 2014.

  11. Post update

    Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    We are into stoppage time at Celtic Park. Done and dusted?

  12. CLOSE!

    Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    Erik Sviatchenko is caught in possession, but Accies fail to make Celtic pay as Eammon Brophy fires wide.

  13. Post update

    Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    Some nervous moments for Celtic as Accies apply a bit of pressure, so home boss Brendan Rodgers responds by bringing off striker Moussa Dembele and sends on holding midfielder Nir Bitton.


    Stenhousemuir 0-4 Livingston

    League One leaders Livingston secure a convincing victory in the early kick-off, Dale Carrick completing the scoring against Stenhousemuir.

  15. CLOSE!

    Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    Tom Rogic is a becoming a real goal threat for Celtic these days and the Australian midfielder brushes the goalframe with a powerful drive.

  16. Post update

    Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    Gary Mackay-Steven fails to get on the end of Patrick Roberts' dangerous ball across the face of the Accies goalmouth.

  17. No alarm bells for Celtic

    Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at Celtic Park

    Hamilton are seeing even less of the ball now. Celtic are launching attack after attack, albeit without generating clear scoring opportunities. 

    There has been no sense of alarm for the home side, even though they have only established a one-goal lead, since Hamilton have lacked the poise to make any headway in the final third themselves. 

    The expectation remains that Celtic will eventually carve out another opening, rather than suffer a setback in defence.

  18. Post update

    Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Celtic's game hasn't flowed as well as I have seen it, but that is down to Hamilton frustrating them
  19. CLOSE!

    Celtic 1-0 Hamilton

    Greek defender Georgios Sarris plays a loose back-pass that slips just wide of his own goal.

  20. GOAL Stenhousemuir 0-3 Livingston

    Liam Buchanan

    Livingston are only nine minutes away from consolidating their place at the top of League One as Liam Buchanan puts them 3-0 ahead away to Stenhousemuir.