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  1. Leaders Celtic win to go 16 points clear as Rangers draw
  2. Partick Thistle up to sixth, Motherwell go seventh

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By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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  1. What a difference a year makes

    At the midway point of last season's league campaign, Celtic had 43 points from 19 games and were only a point clear of Aberdeen, who had played a game more.

    Under Brendan Rodgers they are 12 points better off at the same stage of this campaign and with a 16-point advantage over nearest challengers Rangers, who have played a game more.

    Cantering to the title...

    We'll be back on Friday for Hearts v Aberdeen. Bye for now!

    Celtic cruised to a 2-0 win over Ross County
  2. High praise for Motherwell win

    Motherwell manager Mark McGhee on BBC Sportsound

    "It rates as the best result we've had since I've been back at the club. It was a big, big challenge under the circumstances.

    "Coming here and getting a result justifies what I've been saying about the team. We've been nearly there and I just wanted to push it over the line.

    "The conditions were difficult and Inverness are a difficult side to play against regardless of where they are in the league."

  3. Rodgers anticipates 'a great battle'

    FT: Celtic 2-0 Ross County

    Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is looking forward to his first visit to Ibrox on Saturday.

    "It will be a great battle. We've been on an amazing run and we want that to continue in the last game of what has been an incredibly tough but exciting period.

    "We aim to go there and play our game, be aggressive and attack. We know if we do that, we have an opportunity to win."

  4. Slump continues for Caley Thistle

    FT: Inverness CT 1-2 Motherwell

    That's nine games without a win for bottom club Caley Thistle but they are still very much in touch, just four points behind tonight's winners Motherwell, who move up to seventh.

    It's a derby in Dingwall on Saturday for Richie Foran's side, while the Steelmen travel to take on local rivals Hamilton with an extra spring in their step.

  5. 'Celtic had to be patient'

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers on BBC Sportsound

    "Every player that has come in has done very well. Ryan Christie was excellent for us.

    "We had to be patient. It's been like that for a number of home games here and the pitch is quite bobbly, which interrupts the flow sometimes. 

    "I was pleased with the second half until the last 10 minutes, when I think we could have managed the game better."

  6. Early misses frustrate Staggies boss

    Ross County manager Jim McIntyre on BBC Sportsound

    "We had a game plan to be hard to break down and be a threat on the break. We had two early chances with Liam Boyce and Alex Schalk and you need to take one of those at a place like this.

    "Scott Fox has been brilliant for us so I can't be too critical but he should be saving that first goal.

    "It's a hard shift when Celtic are moving the ball around like that but we defended stoutly and limited them in the second half."

  7. Rangers sweat on duo's fitness

    Rangers manager Mark Warburton on BT Sport

    "It's just a mistake, we're all human [Rob Kiernan's mistake for Steven MacLean's equaliser].

    "Disappointed to come away with just the one point."

    Warburton added getting both Lee Wallace and Clint Hill fit in time for Saturday's meeting with Celtic at Ibrox would be "tight".

  8. 'A great point' for Saints

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright on BBC Sportsound

    "Rangers started well and we needed to change our system. Once we made that change, we limited them. My side are disciplined and understand how to alter our shape during games. 

    "I can't be disappointed. It's a great point. It stops their winning run and it keeps our run going.

    "Macca [Steven MacLean] put in a real shift and I'm delighted he got his goal."

  9. FULL-TIME Partick Thistle 2-0 Dundee

    Just a second home win of the Premiership season for Thistle - thanks to goals from Callum Booth and Kris Doolan - and it's enough to lift Alan Archibald's side into the top half of the table.

    They were bottom last Friday...

  10. FULL-TIME Inverness CT 1-2 Motherwell

    Once again the away team prevails in this fixture. Craig Clay thumped in a stunning goal and Scott McDonald added another for the visitors before a last-gasp goal from Greg Tansey.

    Most of the home fans missed the consolation strike after streaming out at 2-0. The Highlanders remain bottom of the pile.

  11. FULL-TIME St Johnstone 1-1 Rangers

    Saints and Rangers remain unbeaten in December but the visitors will be frustrated to see their four-game winning streak coming to an end as they created a host of early chances.

    Barrie McKay scored the opener after a Zander Clark spill but soon after a Rob Kiernan blunder led to Steven MacLean's leveller.

    From that point on it was an even contest, with nothing much going on in front of goal in the second half.

    Rangers stay in second, five points ahead of Aberdeen, who have a game in hand.

  12. FULL-TIME Celtic 2-0 Ross County

    Celtic extend their lead at the top to a whopping 16 points, with Erik Sviatchenko and Stuart Armstrong banging in the goals late in the first half.

  13. CLOSE!

    St Johnstone 1-1 Rangers

    Martyn Waghorn has not had much of a look-in since he got on as a substitute but he fires narrowly wide of the St Johnstone goal after cutting in from the right.


    Celtic 2-0 Ross County

    Moussa Dembele, looking to impress Brendan Rodgers ahead of the Old Firm derby, cracks in a powerful strike and it needs a impressive stop from Scott Fox to keep it out. 

  15. GOAL Inverness CT 1-2 Motherwell

    Greg Tansey

    Maybe it's not over yet...

    A corner is whipped in and a real stramash breaks out as the ball bobbles around the goal-line before Greg Tansey prods it home from a few yards.

    Do the home side have time to find a leveller?

  16. GOAL Inverness CT 0-2 Motherwell

    Scott McDonald

    Motherwell have surely sealed the points now. 

    A ball is clipped high into the box, hanging in the wind, and Scott McDonald uses all his experience to hiold off his marker and fire a low finish past Owain Fon Williams.

    An eighth goal of the season for the veteran striker, and this one appears to have finished the job for Motherwell in the Highlands.


    Celtic 2-0 Ross County

    Ross County defender Andrew Davies steers a powerful header on target and Craig Gordon appears to be wrong-footed before sticking out a hand to bat the ball away.


    Inverness CT 0-1 Motherwell

    Caley Thistle so close to an equaliser.

    The ball drops to Aaron Doran at the edge of the box and he does wonderfully well to control his shot on the half-volley but it rises an inch too high and comes crashing back off the underside of the crossbar. 

  19. Good save

    Celtic 2-0 Ross County

    Martin Woods tests Craig Gordon from long range, but the Celtic goalkeeper turns the effort round the post.

  20. Dundee probing for a way back

    Partick Thistle 2-0 Dundee

    Thistle are living dangerously, sitting back and allowing Dundee to press. This time, Rory Loy heads straight at goalkeeper Tomas Cerny from Paul McGowan's curling cross.