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Summary

  1. Celtic move 27 points clear at top with victory
  2. FT: Inverness CT 0-4 Celtic (Sinclair, Dembele 2, Armstrong)
  3. FT: Rangers 3-2 St Johnstone (McKay, Waghorn, Hyndman; Wotherspoon, Anderson)
  4. FT: Hearts 0-1 Ross County (Schalk)
  5. FT: Dundee 0-1 Partick Thistle (Etxabeguren og)
  6. Championship: St Mirren 2-0 Hibs (Demetriou 2)

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. Good night

    There will be highlights from tonight's wins for Celtic, Partick Thistle and Ross County online after midnight, with the action from Ibrox to follow later tomorrow.

    Scott Sinclair's opener for Celtic is well worth seeing.

    Join us again at the weekend for more live action.

  2. What next?

    We enter the quarter-final phase of the Scottish Cup at the weekend.

    On Saturday, we have:

    Rangers v Hamilton (12:30)

    Hibernian v Ayr United (15:00)

    And on Sunday it looks like this:

    Celtic v St Mirren (12:30)

    Aberdeen v Partick Thistle (15:00)

    Only one Premiership game on Saturday, with Kilmarnock taking on Motherwell at Rugby Park.

  3. 'Poorest Hibs have played all season'

    FT: St Mirren 2-0 Hibernian

    "The better team won, the hungrier team won. We have to accept it and move on.

    "All the 50-50s, second balls, the nuts and bolts of the game, went St Mirren's way.

    "We are giving other teams encouragement and we have to get back to where we were.

    "That's the poorest we've played this season. We didn't look ready for the fight but credit to St Mirren, they were excellent."

    Hibs boss Neil Lennon
    Image caption: Lennon's side lost for just the third time this season in the Championship
  4. Extebreguren injury 'looks bad'

    FT: Dundee 0-1 Partick Thistle

    Dundee manager Paul Hartley talking to BBC Sportsound:

    "It looks a bad Achilles injury [for Julen Extebreguren], so we need to make sure he gets to hospital and we assess him, but it doesn't look good.

    "I thought it was a scrappy game, I didn't think there was a lot of quality. We didn't perform they way I wanted us to perform. We didnt move the ball quickly enough, we looked laboured compared to the last two performances."

  5. Archibald targets top-six stay

    FT: Dundee 0-1 Partick Thistle

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald talking to BBC Sportsound:

    "We worked ever so hard all over the pitch, defended from the front and I'm delighted to get the three points. [Kris Doolan and Chris Erskine] picked up some great areas, linked well with each other, and on every Dundee attack I thought we looked a threat as soon as we got the ball.

    "We defended brilliantly, the three centre-backs defended crosses really well towards the end, they were outstanding.

    "It gives us something to build on. It's good for the lads to look at the table and see Partick Thistle in the top six, and we want to stay there for longer this time."

  6. McIntyre hails Staggies industry

    FT: Ross County 0-1 Hearts

    Ross County manager Jim McIntyre talking to BBC Sportsound:

    "The boys were fantastic, we worked our socks off to a man. I spoke before the game about the importance of scoring first - something we've not done for a number of weeks - and we should have had a stonewall penalty in the first half (when Tim Chow was brought down in the Hearts box).

    "It's as blatant a penalty as you'll see, and how the linesman, who is 10 yards away didn't see that, I can't understand for the life of me. Luckily for them it didn't come back to haunt us.

    "Alex Schalk is a real threat - he was away home to Holland yesterday for his granddad's funeral, so it says so much for him that he's here and fighting for the cause, and it was great to see him get his goal."

  7. County celebrate first league win of 2017

    FT: Hearts 0-1 Ross County

    The Staggies have given themselves some breathing room at the bottom end of the table thanks to their win at Tynecastle.

    The Dingwall side are now five points better off than their Highland neighbours Inverness, who continue to prop up the Premiership.

    Ross County won 1-0 at Tynecastle
  8. 'McGinn leading by example for Buddies'

    FT: St Mirren 2-0 Hibernian

    St Mirren manager Jack Ross talking to BBC Sportsound:

    "We have played well at times without getting our rewards. Given the calibre of opposition, that's probably the best performance of my time here. We were excellent in both halves and thoroughly deserved the win.

    "Stephen McGinn shouldn't be playing at Championship level but he has a real desire to drag this club forward. I played with him and he's only really here because I have personal relationship with him and his family."

  9. Foran blasts Inverness 'lack of courage'

    FT: Inverness CT 0-4 Celtic

    Inverness CT manager Richie Foran talking to BBC Sportsound:

    "There was a lack of belief and that's really disappointing. The whole 11 lacked courage massively.

    "Off the ball we were okay, on the ball no one wanted to take responsibility.

    "Celtic didn't get out of second gear. They strolled around the park and controlled the game."

  10. Rangers revel in late winner

    FT: Rangers 3-2 St Johnstone

    Graeme Murty is celebrating his first Premiership win since taking over the caretaker manager's position at Ibrox

    This is what it looks like to get a stoppage-time goal after throwing away a 2-0 lead...

    Graeme Murty celebrates Rangers' late win
  11. 'One of most complete Celtic performance'

    FT: Inverness CT 0-4 Celtic

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers talking to BBC Sportsound:

    "It was an outstanding team performance. Probably one of the most complete performances since I've been here. Hunt in packs to win the ball and then play with charisma and fluidity when we have it.

    "We are a team that want to create chances and score goals. We had really aggressive pressure from the front and that's why we have kept so many clean sheets."

  12. Patrick prevail at Dens Park

    Dundee 0-1 Partick Thistle

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at Dens Park

    Partick Thistle were the sharper side up front and the more solid in defence. They deserved this win, with Chris Erskine the most impressive attacking presence on the pitch. For Dundee, this was a frustrating night, but they did not put the visitors under enough pressure to break their resolve.

  13. FULL-TIME Hearts 0-1 Ross County

    A first win for County at Tynecastle as the 'Cathro crisis' continues at Hearts.

    it's also a first league win of the year for the Staggies thanks to Alex Schalk's strike.

  14. FULL-TIME St Mirren 2-0 Hibernian

    The Buddies breathe new life into their survival fight, with Stelios Demetriou the unlikely hero.

    The Cypriot full-back scored in each half for a well deserved victory which draws them to within five points of Ayr United at the wrong end of the table.

    It's just a third league loss for leaders Hibernian, who were abject.

    Neil Lennon's side have now gone four Championship games in a row without a win and remain seven points ahead of Dundee United, who now have a game in hand.

  15. FULL-TIME Dundee 0-1 Partick Thistle

    Partick Thistle leapfrog the hosts into sixth place with their fourth league win on the spin.

  16. FULL-TIME Rangers 3-2 St Johnstone

    Late drama at Ibrox, with Saints staging a comeback from 2-0 down and Rangers losing Rob Kiernan to a red card, only for Emerson Hyndman to fire in the winner.

    That's Rangers six points behind Aberdeen in the race for second.

  17. FULL-TIME Inverness CT 0-4 Celtic

    Moussa Dembele is on 31 goals for the season after grabbing two in a powerful second-half display from the champions.

    It's a 22nd consecutive league win from Brendan Rodgers, who need seven more points to secure the title.

  18. Post update

    Hearts 0-1 Ross County

    The Jambos are engaged in a desperate pursuit of an equaliser at Tynecastle, peppering the County box with crosses. They have five minutes of stoppage time to snatch a leveller.

  19. GOAL Rangers 3-2 St Johnstone

    Emerson Hyndman

    Rangers restore their lead in stoppage time as Emerson Hyndman cracks in a great shot on the turn just a few moments after the USA international had hit the crossbar.

  20. CLOSE!

    Inverness CT 0-4 Celtic

    Terrific acceleration from Scott Sinclair to jet away from a couple of defenders and the Celtic winger cuts an angled shot on the run just wide of the far post.