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Summary

  1. Aberdeen 1-0 Inverness CT (Warren, og)
  2. Ross County 2-1 Dundee (Chow, Boyce; O'Dea)
  3. County's O'Brien and Dundee's Williams sent off
  4. Dons move 13 points clear in second place
  5. Caley Thistle remain at bottom

Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Bye for now!

    That's all from me folks. Join us again tomorrow night when there are four more Premiership games.

    Celtic return to their home turf for the first time after retaining their title, injury-hit Rangers attempt to keep pace with Aberdeen and the rest tussle for top-six places and to avoid relegation.

  2. Moyes Black Cats lose again

    Not so good for embattled Scottish manager David Moyes as his Sunderland side lose again, this time away to Leicester City.

    Leicester City 2-0 Sunderland

    Leicester City celebrate

    Leicester make it six wins from six under Craig Shakespeare as Sunderland mark the two-month anniversary of their last goal with another defeat.

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  3. Fletcher back on goal trail

    Some good news from down south for the Scotland national team as striker Steven Fletcher comes back into the Sheffield Wednesday team to score a double as they beat neighbours Rotherham to climb back into the play-off places.

    Rotherham United 0-2 Sheffield Wednesday

    Steven Fletcher

    Steven Fletcher's double helps Sheffield Wednesday beat neighbours Rotherham to climb back into the play-off places.

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  4. County leave it late

    And here's Martin Dowden's view of the match in Dingwall.

    Ross County 2-1 Dundee

    Liam Boyce

    Liam Boyce scores the winner from the penalty spot as Ross County edge out Dundee in Dingwall.

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  5. Dons continue home run

    Meanwhile, you can read Scott Davie's impressions of the match at Pittodrie.

    Aberdeen 1-0 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Aberdeen celebrate

    Aberdeen make it 10 home league wins in a row and move 13 points clear in second with victory over Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

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  6. Wait for Hartley

    FT: Ross County 2-1 Dundee

    We will need to give you Paul Hartley's reaction to the defeat later on the website as we are still waiting for the no-doubt disappointed Dundee manager.

    Dundee manager Paul Hartley
  7. Rovers and Spiders share spoils

    In League Two tonight, Albion Rovers drew 1-1 at home to Queen's Park.

    Brady scored for the visitors in stoppage time to cancel out Wallace's opener midway through the first half.

    It means the Spiders miss a chance to move above East Fife into fourth place and remain a point behind the play-off place.

    Rovers remain eighth but are now a point above second-bottom Stranraer with three games in hand.

  8. 'A long way to go' - McIntyre

    FT: Ross County 2-1 Dundee

    Ross County manager Jim McIntyre on BBC Radio Scotland: "it was a nervous affair and I thought we played not bad despite the conditions.

    "But I think in the end we deserved it, although it was marginal.

    "I thought our wide players - Jim O'Brien and Michael Gardyne - were vital.

    "These were the kinds of games we have lost too often this season, but credit to the players, they kept going.

    "There is certainly a long way to go. There's no way we are out of trouble."

    Ross County manager Jim McIntyre
  9. 'One goal was enough' - McInnes

    FT: Aberdeen 1-0 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on BBC Radio Scotland: "We didn't have the same rhythm or flow to our game because of a combination of things.

    "Caley Thistle were very rigid and competitive and played a back five.

    "But it is brilliant to get the three points and break that record for consecutive home wins that has existed for a long time.

    "We looked a little leggy, but when you look back on the game, it was a bit more comfortable than it seems.

    "One goal was enough and, although we wanted to get more, we will take that."

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
  10. Post update

    FT: Aberdeen 1-0 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Aberdeen deserved their win despite being at their best and I think Richie is clutching at straws to suggest they deserved a draw
    Caley Thistle slump off disappointed at Aberdeen
    Image caption: Caley Thistle were left disappointed at Pittodrie
  11. County blow for Caley Thistle

    FT: Aberdeen 1-0 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    That victory for Ross County over Dundee rubs salt into the wound of defeat for neighbours Caley Thistle.

    Inverness remain two points behind Hamilton Accies and another point adrift of Motherwell before the Lanarkshire rivals meet tomorrow evening.

    However, County have given themselves a bit of breathing space and are six points clear of their fellow Highland outfit.

  12. 'Seven games we can win' - Foran

    FT: Aberdeen 1-0 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager Richie Foran on BBC Radio Scotland: "I think we had some good opportunities in the first half to go 1-0 up and against the top teams you have to take them.

    "We worked on set-pieces and we switched off and give away a sloppy goal.

    "We are not going to be judged on games against Aberdeen.

    "We have seven big games and seven games I think we can win."

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager Richie Foran
  13. FULL-TIME Ross County 2-1 Dundee

    Ross County emerge from a breathtaking finish at Victoria Park with what could be a vital three points.

    Despite being down to 10 men following Jim O'Brien's second-half sending off, County took the lead through a rather soft penalty award in stoppage time.

    Dundee's misery was completed not only by Danny Williams' late sending off but by seeing County leapfrog them into eighth place in the Premiership table.

  14. RED CARD

    Ross County 2-1 Dundee

    Dundee's Danny Williams is sent off for a second yellow card after some heated scenes inside the County penalty area as the game moves into stoppage time.

  15. GOAL Ross County 2-1 Dundee

    Liam Boyce (penalty)

    More drama in the Dundee penalty area. Michael Gardyne goes down in the penalty area and, although it looked a little on the soft side, referee John Beaton has no hesitation in pointing to the spot for the second time this evening.

    Liam Boyce strolls up and coolly slots the ball down the middle of the goal to give County the lead.

  16. FULL-TIME Aberdeen 1-0 Inverness CT

    It's a 10th straight home win for Aberdeen - the first time that's been achieved since the 1950s.

    It surpasses the nine-in-a-row achieved by Sir Alex Ferguson's Dons in 1986 thanks to Gary Warren's first-half own goal.

    That lifts the Dons 13 points clear of third-placed Rangers.

  17. Holt from the blue

    Ross County 1-1 Dundee

    Clearly boosted by that red card for Ross County, Dundee reawaken as an attacking force.

    Kevin Holt surges forward from full-back and unleashes a rasping low strike from 20 yards that flies just wide.

  18. Nervy Dons

    Aberdeen 1-0 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Substitute Alex Fisher attempts an overhead kick for Inverness but can't get anything on it. 

    David Raven goes for the follow up, but Aberdeen, who are looking a little nervous at the back, get it clear.

  19. RED CARD

    Ross County 1-1 Dundee

    Another blow for County as they are reduced to 10 men.

    Jim O'Brien breaks into the box but appears to throw himself to the ground. 

    The referee rules it was a dive, produces the yellow card and, as it's the midfielder's second of the night, he's off.

  20. PENALTY APPEAL

    Ross County 1-1 Dundee

    Huge penalty shout for Ross County.

    The home side work an opening and, as the ball comes into the box, it seems to be nicked away from Craig Curran and Tim Chow by the hand of Dundee midfielder Paul McGowan.

    A huge let off for Dundee and County will not be happy if they fail to take the three points here.