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Live Reporting

Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Bring back the Hampden roar

    Thanks for your company today. Now attentions turn to Hampden tomorrow.

    Gordon Strachan and his boys will hope the roar is restored both off the park and on it in what is a must-win game for the home side.

    Join us for live coverage on radio and online.

  2. Slovenia ready to battle with Scots

    Are these the guys to all but end Scotland's World Cup qualifying hopes?

    Slovenia head coach Srecko Katanec told this evening's media conference: "Scotland are at home so they will be the favourites, but we want the win because in this group one point is not enough.

    "We expect an aggressive opponent and we have a to be the same - we must concentrate on the second ball.

    "Scotland are not as bad as their results suggest and some of the goals they have conceded so far have been unlucky."

    Slovenian captain Bosjan Cesar added: "They are aggressive all over the pitch, but they have good players.

    "They tend to play long balls, so the second ball is going to be very important for us."

    Slovenia head coach Srecko Katanec
    Image caption: Slovenia head coach Srecko Katanec addresses the media in Glasgow
    Slovenia captain Bostjan Cesar
    Image caption: Slovenia captain Bostjan Cesar at this evening's media conference
  3. United enjoy cup win

    Our long day started with Dundee United beating St Mirren 2-1 to lift the Irn Bru Cup - the first time the Tannadice outfit have won what started off as the Scottish Challenge Cup.

    Now the two sides return to Championship action, with United finding themselves further adrift of leaders Hibs but not having lost ground on Falkirk and Morton above them.

    Meanwhile, St Mirren find they have fallen further adrift of Ayr United at the bottom.

          Dundee United's Cammy Bell and Sean Dillon lift the Irn Bru Cup
    Image caption: Dundee United's Cammy Bell and Sean Dillon lifted the Irn Bru Cup
  4. 'We have to win' - Strachan

    Scotland v Slovenia (Sunday 19:45 BST)

    Scotland head coach Gordon Strachan: "There's no grey areas to it. It's must-win. That's dealing with reality. We have to win.

    "But sometimes, when you have a challenge like that in life, it brings the best out of you, so we will have a team ready for that challenge of 'must win'.

    "What we don't have to do is win it in the first five or 10 minutes. You never know in big games when your opportunity will come along.

    "However, what we do have to do is make opportunities and the players we pick will make those opportunities.

    "But, if we don't score, we must get back into our shape that allows them very little opportunities."

    Scotland head coach Gordon Strachan
  5. 'Pivotal day', says Hibs' Lennon

    FT: Hibernian 2-1 Falkirk

    Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon on BBC Radio Scotland: "It was exciting, but I thought we thoroughly deserved to win.

    "We scored a great goal and then handed them an equaliser out of nothing.

    "There were some big performances and I think it was a pivotal day with Morton losing.

    "I think it will be the same again against Morton in midweek.

    "It is seven years since we beat Falkirk here, so the players are entitled to enjoy tonight."

    Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon
  6. Scotland v Slovenia on BBC Scotland

    Remember the build-up to tomorrow's game starts on BBC Radio Scotland from 15:00 BST tomorrow and then there will be live commentary, with the build-up starting at 19:00.

  7. How will Scotland fare at Hampden?

    Attention now turns to tomorrow's big game at Hampden. Here's our preview, which will be updated later after Slovenia's media conference.

    FT: Martin scores late Scotland winner

    Live radio and text coverage as Scotland beat Slovenia 1-0 to keep their slim World Cup qualifying hopes alive.

  8. Hibs Ambrose ahead of Falkirk

    FT: Hibernian 2-1 Falkirk

    Efe Ambrose paid back Hibs head coach Neil Lennon for putting faith in the Nigerian defender.

    Ambrose was out of the picture at Celtic, where he played under Lennon, but has been taken to Easter Road on loan and today scored the winner that secured the Championship leaders a win over Falkirk.

    Efe Ambrose heads Hibs' winner against Falkirk
    Image caption: Efe Ambrose headed Hibs' winner against Falkirk
  9. Misery for top three and Clyde

    The nerves are showing at the top of League Two, with all three leading sides losing.

    Elgin City's 3-0 defeat by Edinburgh City allows Annan Athletic to move into third after their 1-0 win over Cowdenbeath.

    Leaders Forfar Athletic lost at home to Berwick Rangers, second-placed Arbroath at home to Montrose, while Stirling Albion beat Clyde as the three sides immediately below the play-off places all won.

    The butterflies will be even worse at the bottom after Clyde twice surrendered the lead to lose at home to Stirling to fall three points behind Edinburgh after the league newcomers' excellent home win.

    Clyde will be thankful for Annan's victory over Cowdenbeath, who remain four points adrift at the bottom.

  10. Livi extend lead, blow for Stenny

    Livingston's 4-2 win over Airdrieonians extend their lead at the top of League One to 11 points after Alloa Athletic slipped up with a draw at home to Queen's Park.

    Brechin City won the third versus fourth game 2-1 against East Fife to move three points clear of their visitors.

    A stoppage-time equaliser for Peterhead against Stranraer lifts them four points clear of Stenhousemuir, who slumped to a 3-0 defeat at home to Albion Rovers.

    The Coatbridge side had started the day second bottom but leapfrog Peterhead and are now level with Stranraer.

  11. Big results for Hibs and Ayr

    What a big result for Hibs against Falkirk and it was a winner by James Keating worthy of a return to the top flight.

    The Edinburgh side move 10 points clear of the Bairns and Morton at the top of the Championship.

    At the bottom, Ayr came from behind to beat Dumbarton to not only draw level with the visitors but move four points clear of bottom side St Mirren.

    Raith Rovers' draw with Queen of the South and Dunfermline's win over Morton means the two Fife sides move a step clearer to safety from relegation.



    Ayr United 2-1 Dumbarton

    Hibernian 2-1 Falkirk

    Greenock Morton 0-1 Dunfermline Athletic

    Raith Rovers 1-1 Queen of the South

    League One

    Alloa Athletic 2-2 Queen's Park

    Brechin City 2-1 East Fife

    Livingston 4-2 Airdrieonians

    Peterhead 2-2 Stranraer

    Stenhousemuir 0-3 Albion Rovers

    League Two

    Annan Athletic 1-0 Cowdenbeath

    Arbroath 0-1 Montrose

    Clyde 2-3 Stirling Albion

    Edinburgh City 3-0 Elgin City

    Forfar Athletic 2-3 Berwick Rangers

  13. FULL-TIME Greenock Morton 0-1 Dunfermline Athletic

  14. FULL-TIME Ayr United 2-1 Dumbarton

  15. FULL-TIME Hibernian 2-1 Falkirk

  16. FULL-TIME Raith Rovers 1-1 Queen of the South

  17. GOAL Hibernian 2-1 Falkirk

    James Keatings

    James Keatings looks to have sealed the points for Hibs as he fires a superb strike after driving at the defender and curling it into the far corner.

    That's the striker's fifth goal of the season.

  18. Post update

    Hibernian 1-1 Falkirk

    The nerves are jangling at Easter Road, with both sides pushing for a winner that could be all so important at the top of the Championship.

    It is end-to-end now as we enter stoppage time.


    Greenock Morton 0-1 Dunfermline Athletic

    Morton goalkeeper Derek Gaston produces a fine stop to deny Michael Moffat from Jason Talbot's cross to keep the home side in the game.


    Greenock Morton 0-1 Dunfermline Athletic

    Morton are continuing to press and goalkeeper Sean Murdoch pushes behind a back-header from Kudus Oyenuga.