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Summary

  1. FT: Rangers 4-0 Hamilton (Hyndman, Hill, Waghorn pen, Wallace) - Caixinha's first match as Ibrox manager
  2. Inverness CT 1-1 Ross County (Tansey; Schalk) - third Highland derby this season
  3. FT: Kilmarnock 1-1 Partick Th (Sammon; Erskine), FT: Motherwell 1-2 St Johnstone (McDonald; Craig 2)
  4. Full cards in Championship, Leagues One and Two
  5. FT: Aberdeen 2-0 Hearts (Logan, Hayes) - Stockley sent off for Dons

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all folks

    A quick Premiership recap: Pedro Caixinha's tenure as Rangers boss begins with a comfortable victory, Aberdeen maintain their grip on second place and St Johnstone move up to fourth place.

    At the bottom, it's just ridiculously tight.

    Join us again tomorrow for radio and text coverage of Celtic's visit to Dens Park.

    Enjoy the rest of your Saturday.

    Pedro Caixinha
    Image caption: Pedro Caixinha was all smiles as Rangers eased to victory over Hamilton
  2. McIntyre praise for County comeback

    FT: Inverness CT 1-1 Ross County

    Ross County manager Jim McIntyre:

    "It was the least we deserved. The referee has got to give a penalty for the foul on Alex Schalk. That's disappointing.

    "We said to the players at half-time we'd done so much well but we knew Inverness would probably get a rocket and come out all guns blazing. They had a good period in that second half.

    "Goals change games. It gave Inverness that lift for 10-15 minutes. We had to weather the storm.

    "We've come back into it. Craig (Curran) should score. We put so much into it and the way it's been going recently lately it's easy to feel sorry for yourselves. But we dug in and I felt we finished the game really strongly.

    "Alex Schalk what a great finish. Great composure, it's easy to snatch at them. It was fitting that we got that equaliser.

    "It's crucial. Every point is a prisoner. Every team from sixth down is in a relegation battle."

  3. Get Involved

    @bbcsportscot & facebook.com/bbcsportscotland

    Former Hearts midfielder Michael Stewart has his say on the relaying of information from Craig Levein to Ian Cathro.

    Really? Is it such a big deal? 

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  4. Motherwell 'positive' despite loss

    FT: Motherwell 1-2 St Johnstone

    Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson:

    "There is a lot of positivity still in the dressing room. We were the better team against a team that is pushing into the top four.

    "We created numerous opportunities and one penalty that was incredible that it wasn't given, on Chris Cadden. It was a stonewall penalty. There was another debatable on on Scott McDondald, which could have gone either way.

    "Their commitment to play for the shirt is not in question but we have to deal with crosses, because if you don't you're going to lose football matches."

  5. 'Massive' win for St Johnstone

    FT: Motherwell 1-2 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright:

    "It's a massive three points for us because it almost guarantees top six. The performance at times could have been better, but defensively we were strong.

    "We'll look to hold onto fourth place now.Two months ago you'd probably have said it wouldn't happen but it has because we have little spells when we don't win games but we get over that very quickly and get back to winning games again, which has enabled us to catch Hearts. We're two points ahead, but I'd be a lot of happier if that was after 38 games."

  6. 'Feels like a defeat'

    FT: Inverness CT 1-1 Ross County

    Inverness CT manager Richie Foran:

    "Billy Mckay's hit the crossbar. Carl Tremarco had a great chance. We dominated half an hour of the second half.

    "When County scored it feels like a defeat but flip that around. We're a point better off than we were before the game.

    "It's a very, very good performance but disappointing not to get the three points.

    "There's still nine games and a lot of points up for grabs. Results went our way as well. We wanted to win the game and were unfortunate not to.

    "The second half gives us huge confidence. If we play like that, we'll win most games."

  7. First Impressions of Pedro Caixinha

    @bbcsportscot & facebook.com/bbcsportscotland

    Graeme Wright: Build up for a half decent attempt at next season. Small steps. Still no cash remember. 

    Tommy Rae Jr: Great first steps. Let's get some real completion to truly see where we are. 

    Joshua Chisolm:  Looked like he's already drilled it into the team to press high up the pitch - something we have always lacked.  

    Marc Sala: Too early to say.

  8. What's on the Sunday lunch menu?

    Runaway leaders Celtic visit Dundee tomorrow then we have a break for internationals, with Scotland taking on Canada and Slovenia.

    Aberdeen's win today means Celtic cannot clinch the title at Dens Park. The champagne will need to stay on ice for now.

  9. Nip and tuck in the trouble zone

    That late equaliser for Ross County in the Highland derby keeps them just out of range of bottom club Hamilton, with four points covering the bottom four in the Premiership.

    Accies look in trouble after conceding eight goals in their last two outings but the dogfight is likely to go right to the wire.

  10. Hibs stumble against Sons

    Do Hibs want to win the Championship?

    Neil Lennon's men had the chance to open up a nine-point gap but struggled at home to Dumbarton and were given a helping hand with both of their goals in a 2-2 draw, an own goal and a goalkeeping blunder. Hibs also missed a penalty.

    Falkirk and Morton kick off in 10 minutes time and Hibs' slip will have both sides fired up.

    You can watch the action from the Falkirk Stadium on BBC Alba and via the BBC Sport website.

    Martin Boyle knocks in the equaliser for Hibs at Easter Road
    Image caption: Martin Boyle knocks in the equaliser for Hibs at Easter Road
  11. FULL-TIME

    SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP 

    Dunfermline Athletic 0-1 Ayr United 

    Hibernian 2-2 Dumbarton 

    Queen of the South 0-2 St Mirren 

    Raith Rovers 2-1 Dundee United 

    Falkirk v Greenock Morton (17:15) 

    SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE 

    Airdrieonians 1-0 Stenhousemuir 

    Albion Rovers 0-0 Peterhead 

    East Fife 0-0 Alloa Athletic 

    Queen's Park 1-1 Brechin City 

    Stranraer 0-1 Livingston 

    SCOTTISH LEAGUE TWO 

    Berwick Rangers 0-2 Arbroath 

    Clyde 3-1 Edinburgh City 

    Cowdenbeath 0-2 Montrose 

    Elgin City 1-1 Forfar Athletic 

    Stirling Albion 1-0 Annan Athletic

  12. FULL-TIME Inverness CT 1-1 Ross County

    Caley Thistle nudge off the bottom of the table on goal difference but that late equaliser from Alex Schalk is going to hurt.

  13. FULL-TIME Rangers 4-0 Hamilton Academical

    Pedro Caixinha could scarcely have asked for a more satisfactory result in his first match as Rangers manager.

    Goals from Emerson Hyndman, Clint Hill, Martyn Waghorn and Lee Wallace secured the Ibrox side all three points.

    Hamilton drop to the bottom of the table on goal difference.

    Martyn Waghorn celebrates
    Image caption: Waghorn scored his fifth goal in four games against Hamilton this season
  14. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    County are down to 10 men with defender Andrew Davies having been left groggy by a head knock and substitute Ryan Dow threatens to give them a late winner with a clever flick, but it drifts wide of the far post.

  15. FULL-TIME Motherwell 1-2 St Johnstone

    Saints are up to fourth thanks to a Liam Craig double, with the midfielder profiting from some slipshod defending on both occasions.

    Motherwell wasted several good chances. Really good chances...

    St Johnstone won 2-1 at Fir Park
  16. FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 1-1 Partick Thistle

    Killie left it late to level what was an entertaining game, a third draw between the sides this season.

    Thistle keeper Tomas Cerny will not want to see Conor Sammon's equaliser again. One for the howler category...

  17. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Motherwell 1-2 St Johnstone

    How has that stayed out?! Scott McDonald's cross is flicked on by Ryan Bowman, it looks for all the world to be on its way in, but catches the inside of the post and rolls agonizingly along the goal-line. It's just not happening for the Steelmen.

  18. Sore one for Caley Thistle

    Inverness CT 1-1 Ross County

    Martin Dowden

    BBC Sport Scotland at the Caledonian Stadium

    Alex Schalk has scored a few important goals in his Ross County career but I'd wager Jim McInytre will value this one the most.

    They were in deep trouble until that moment and for all the positivity Inverness CT might take form this, it'll feel like a defeat.

  19. GOAL Kilmarnock 1-1 Partick Thistle

    Conor Sammon, 87 mins

    It's a horror moment for Partick Thistle goalkeeper Tomas Cerny, who lets an innocuous shot from Conor Sammon slip through his legs and into the net.

  20. CLOSE!

    Motherwell 1-2 St Johnstone

    Louis Moult flashes a header wide from the back post as Motherwell search for an equaliser. The striker really should have done better.