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Summary

  1. O'Hara & Haber (2) Dundee, Moult, Cadden reply for M'well
  2. Saints lead at Pittodrie through Swanson & Thomson
  3. Doolan & Lawless net for 10-man Thistle, Goncalves & Struna for Hearts
  4. Sammon & Jones on target for Kilmarnock at Accies
  5. Celtic score five at Ibrox for first time
  6. Sinclair, Griffiths , McGregor, Boyata & Lustig net for champions
  7. Miller consolation goal for Rangers
  8. Strugglers Ayr Utd & Raith Rovers lose in Championship

Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

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  1. Celtic the day's big winners

    Thanks for your company on a day when Premiership champions Celtic emphasised the gulf in class between themselves and city rivals Rangers with a crushing 5-1 win at Ibrox.

    Join us again as the promotion and relegation battles rage on in the SPFL.

    Celtic celebrate at Ibrox
  2. 'Incredible decision' angers Well boss

    FT: Motherwell 2-3 Dundee

    Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson was disappointed about a Ben Heneghan header that he believes crossed the line against Dundee. 

    "I'm obviously very disappointed," he told BBC Radio Scotland. "Another incredible decision. 

    "We've seen it again and it's probably the worst of any of the decisions so far. 

    "When he [Dundee's Tom Hateley] clears it, his foot is actually in the back of the goal. 

    "It's an incredible decision. These people have clubs' livelihoods on the line, people's personal livelihoods on the line and it's incredible that we haven't done anything about it. 

    "It should have been 3-3. Take that aside, though, and the two goals we lost either side of the first half were from really poor defending. 

    "We weren't going to go down today and we weren't going to stay up, so we are well aware of that. We have to take it for what it is."

    Ben Heneghen's header was cleared by Dundee
  3. GOAL Dundee United 1-1 Dumbarton

    Robert Thomson

    Robert Thomson levels for Dumbarton at Tannadice, so maybe United are going to be denied second spot in the Championship.

  4. 'Poor decision' for Saints opener - McInnes

    FT: Aberdeen 0-2 St Johnstone

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes talking to BBC Scotland: "The first goal is always really important against St Johnstone. 

    "I think it's a really poor decision from the referee to declare that a pass-back and they've taken full advantage.

    "Once we go behind, we throw bodies forward and we get done on a counter-attack, which can happen.

    "You can see how difficult the pitch is in terms of trying to get any flow to our game.

    "We probably didn't do enough to get ourselves in front, but we certainly didn't look like losing it.

    "I can't be too hard on the players. They put a lot into it, but it's a reminder that we have tough games post-split and we need to make sure our level of performance is better than it was today."

  5. Canning now bowed by defeat

    FT: Hamilton Academical 0-2 Kilmarnock

    Hamilton Academical manager Martin Canning on BBC Radio Scotland: "I have said the last few weeks that, even when you win, you can't get too high and where you lose you can't get too low. 

    "It was a strange game, because we controlled large parts of the game and we didn't defend our box well enough. 

    "I don't remember Kilmarnock having many attempts at goal.

    "Credit to Kilmarnock. When they got their goals, they defended properly, two or three fantastic blocks to stop us getting strikes away. 

    "We have had a bit of bad luck, Dougie Imrie has hit the outside of the post and the inside of the post. It just wasn't to be today."

  6. Killie kill fears of 12th

    Jonathan Sutherland watched Kilmarnock ease their relegation fears in Hamilton.

    Hamilton Academical 0-2 Kilmarnock

    Conor Sammon celebrates his goal

    Conor Sammon and Jordan Jones grab the goals as Kilmarnock ensure they are safe from automatic relegation with victory at Hamilton.

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  7. Saints sting Dons

    Liam McLeod was our man on the spot on a painful day for Aberdeen fans!

    Aberdeen 0-2 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone celebrate

    St Johnstone score two late goals to beat Aberdeen and consolidate fourth place in the Scottish Premiership.

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  8. McCann's the man at Fir Park

    Chris McLaughlin gives his view of Dundee's win over Motherwell.

    Motherwell 2-3 Dundee

    Interim Dundee boss Neil McCann celebrates his side's third goal

    Dundee end their losing run with victory in Neil McCann's first game in charge to leave Motherwell in the relegation play-off spot.

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  9. Hearts held by 10-man Thistle

    Here's Paul Mitchell's thoughts on that draw between Hearts and Partick Thistle.

    Heart of Midlothian 2-2 Partick Thistle

    Isma Goncalves celebrates

    Andraz Struna salvages a late point for Hearts against 10-man Partick Thistle at Tynecastle.

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  10. Eight arrests after Old Firm match

    Scot Sinclair scoring for Celtic

    A 23-year-old man who allegedly ran on to the pitch during the game is among those detained.

    Eight arrests after Old Firm match

    Scot Sinclair scoring for Celtic

    A 23-year-old man who allegedly ran on to the pitch during the game is among those detained.

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  11. Rodgers wanted more

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers thinks his side could have beaten Rangers by more than 5-1 at Ibrox!

    'Celtic should have scored more goals'

    Celtic won 5-1 at Ibrox

    Manager Brendan Rodgers thinks Celtic should have been more ruthless after beating Rangers 5-1 for the second time this season.

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  12. Hearts did 'more than enough' to win

    FT: Hearts 2-2 Partick Thistle

    Hearts head coach Ian Cathro talking to BBC Scotland: "I can't say we were dominant for the entirety, but there was certainly control there and good play in long spells.

    "As we pushed, we made countless chances to win the game. 

    "Of course, we made mistakes, which makes you need those chances. 

    "Our disappointment comes from the fact we've done more than enough to win the game.

    "The next step for us is making sure that when we put in a performance like that, these should be games we win.

    "We're progressing and we have to focus on the things that are most important to us in the short term. Then we can grow even more."

  13. GOAL Dundee United 1-0 Dumbarton

    Tony Andreu

    Tony Andreu has put United ahead at Tannadice as they eye second spot in the Championship.

  14. Caixinha suffers 5-1 defeat

    Of course, the day started with Rangers suffering their worst ever home defeat by Celtic.

    Home manager Pedro Caixinha took the blame for the 5-1 hammering.

    Caixinha takes the blame for derby rout

    Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha

    Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha accepts full responsibility for his side's 5-1 home hammering by Celtic.

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  15. Moyes' Sunderland relegated

    Sunderland's Scottish manager, David Moyes, has failed to save them from dropping into England's Championship, their relegation confirmed after a 1-0 home defeat by Bournemouth.

  16. Kilby fight back in Buckie

    FT: Buckie Thistle 2-2 East Kilbride

    Lowland League champions East Kilbride came from two goals behind at half-time to secure a draw away to Buckie Thistle in the first leg of the pyramid play-off semi-final.

    Russell McLean's equaliser five minutes from time means Kilby will fancy their chances with home advantage against the Highland League champions in the second leg next weekend.

    The winners face the side finishing bottom of League Two in a two-legged play-off.

  17. Jags boss calls for handball clarity

    FT: Hearts 2-2 Partick Thistle

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald talking to BBC Scotland: "We're happy with the point after going down to 10 men. Towards the end, we defended brilliantly.

    "We did have good opportunities at 1-0. It might have been a different outcome if we'd got to 2-0, but the red card changed things.

    "I wasn't surprised with the penalty [for Hearts' first equaliser] in terms of the way decisions went all day. 

    "But you'll see another 10 of them in the future and some will be given and some won't. 

    "From a manager's point of view, I wish they would just clear it up [the handball rule]. We'll get a different referee next time and it might be a different decision.

    "The ball hit his arm, he's fallen to the side - he's turned to block it. It's not intentional. 

    "We had six key players missing, so credit to the players."

  18. Loons stumble as Red Lichties go top

    Forfar, so long leaders in League Two, have been leapfrogged by Arbroath after the Red Lichties edged Elgin City 3-2 at Gayfield Park.

    That's after the Loons were held 1-1 away to bottom side Cowdenbeath.

    Annan Athletic ensured their place in the promotion play-offs with a 5-1 thumping of Montrose, who remain a place behind them thanks to Elgin's defeat.

    It is still all to play for at the bottom, where Cowden remain in the hunt to move clear of a relegation play-off.

    That's because Clyde and Berwick Rangers, who are both three points ahead of them, drew at Broadwood.

    Berwick host Edinburgh City, Clyde visit Montrose and Cowden are away to Elgin in next week's final fixture.

    A win for Cowden and a defeat for either of the others and the Fifers would be safe on goal difference.

  19. McCulloch: 'Not home and dry yet'

    FT: Hamilton Academical 0-2 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock interim manager Lee McCulloch didn't realise the win meant his side cannot now finish 12th but stressed that they could still face a play-off.

    "Delighted with that, I didn't know that," he told BBC Radio Scotland. 

    "Our focus has just been ourselves. As I say, it's coming into training and getting better every day individually and as a team - players and staff. 

    "Pleased with the result, but we're not home and dry yet."

  20. Saints 'grind it out' at Pittodrie

    FT: Aberdeen 0-2 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright talking to BBC Scotland: "It was windy and blustery and the pitch is a bit uneven, so it wasn't a game of beauty, but the result is the important thing for us at this stage of the season.

    "There were moments of quality from us in the lead up to the back-pass being given [for Danny Swanson's free-kick goal] and the goal from the counter-attack and, on that basis, we deserved the win.

    "We'll play a lot better with the ball, but one thing we do when we're not playing particularly well is grind it out. 

    "It's up to the opposition to break you down and I don't think Alan Mannus has had a save to make all game."

    Craig Thomson broke clear to score St Johnstone's second goal
    Image caption: Craig Thomson broke clear to score St Johnstone's second goal