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Summary

  1. FT: Celtic 4-1 St Johnstone (Roberts 2, Boyata, McGregor; MacLean)
  2. FT: Kilmarnock 0-1 Dundee - Haber secures vital win
  3. FT: Motherwell 0-1 Ross Co - Routis scores winner
  4. FT: Inverness CT 2-1 Hamilton (McKay, Tansey; Redmond)
  5. First win since Feb lifts ICT to within four points of Accies
  6. St Mirren draw at Hibs to reach safety; Raith in Championship play-off
  7. Arbroath secure League Two title

Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Top-six focus on Sunday

    Thanks for your company on a thrilling conclusion to the three leagues below the Premiership.

    Of course, events move on to the respective play-offs, while the top-flight relegation battle is still on the boil after Caley Thistle's win over Hamilton.

    Tomorrow, the focus moves to the top six, with Partick Thistle hosting their Glasgow derby with Rangers.

    Meanwhile, Hearts will say goodbye to their old stand at home to second-top Aberdeen.

  2. Caixinha eyes Warriors inspiration

    If you are more of a rugby person, BBC Two Scotland has live coverage right now of the day's big derby - Glasgow Warriors against Edinburgh.

    Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha has been spotted in the stand at Scotstoun.

    He said earlier this week he is looking to restructure his squad. Would he not be better at a football game scouting possible fresh talent?

    Then again, maybe he is looking for a few, left-field tactical tips from the Pro12 encounter!

    Rangers' Stuart Robertson, manager Pedro Caixinha and Paul Murray
    Image caption: Pedro Caixinha (centre) is at Scotstoun Stadium
  3. Rodgers hails 18-year-old duo

    FT: Celtic 4-1 St Johnstone

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers told BBC Scotland: "It was a really exciting performance for the supporters and a joy to watch the team play to that level. 

    "We were very good for the first 35 minutes without getting the goal, but we started the second half really well and just switched off for some reason to concede the goal. 

    "But our response was spectacular. We scored four goals and maybe could have finished with six or seven if we had been more clinical. 

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers (centre) with Michael Johnston and Anthony Ralston
    Image caption: Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers (centre) praised Michael Johnston and Anthony Ralston

    "I've been encouraging Patrick [Roberts] to get into the box because with his quality, he has the ability to score more goals and it was a great bit of individual skill from Callum [McGregor] - he is performing at the top level right now. 

    "I was delighted with the two young players who made their first starts. You can see the profile of Mikey Johnston, he is similar to Scott Sinclair - slight, fast, dynamic. With more involvement, he will become more prolific, but he worked very hard too to press the play. 

    "I thought Tony [Anthony Ralston] was exceptional. You can see the maturity now in his performance; you would think he'd played 50 games already - it was an outstanding first start from him." 

  4. Killie not safe - McCulloch

    Kilmarnock manager Lee McCulloch on BBC Scotland: "We were off it today. 

    "Even the last 20 minutes, yes, it looked like we finished the game well, but we weren't at it. 

    "We were nowhere near the standards we have had in the last six or seven weeks and the boys have been told that. 

    "They know that themselves anyway. Really disappointed with the full 90 minutes, never mind the first 60 or 70. No quality at all.

    "We are not safe. We will only be safe when it is mathematically impossible [to be relegated]."

    Kilmarnock manager Lee McCulloch
  5. McCann proud of Dundee team

    Dundee manager Neil McCann told BBC Scotland he was delighted with the players' response after two wins in a row since he took over as manager.

    "They just give everything," he said after the 1-0 win over Kilmarnock. "I am so proud of them, I am so happy with them. 

    "We ask them to carry out a game plan and sometimes that game plan can be manipulated by the opposition and they ask questions of you, but we trust our shape and what we have been working on, being hard to beat.

    "Kilmarnock threw everything at us towards the end there and Scott Bain came up with a save."

    Dundee's Kevin Gomis and manager Neil McCann celebrate
  6. SFA defends ticket allocation

    The Scottish FA has responded to Celtic's statement complaining that they could receive a smaller allocation than Aberdeen for the Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park.

    "The allocation of tickets has been handled in full consultation with both participating clubs and the available seating at Hampden Park will be split on a 50/50 basis, as has been standard practice in previous cup finals where a sell-out crowd is anticipated," said the governing body.

    "It should also be noted that one of the reasons Celtic will potentially receive fewer tickets than Aberdeen is that the East Stand, Celtic’s preferred stand for Scottish Cup matches at the National Stadium, contains fewer seats than the West Stand.

    "In addition, the ‘football family’, made up of Scottish FA members, commercial partners, other recognised football organisations and staff, have the right to buy match tickets for the final.

    "This has impacted on the number of tickets the clubs will receive to sell to their supporters with demand for tickets in the Celtic areas outweighing that of the Aberdeen areas."

    Celtic's Patrick Robert and Callum McGregor celebrate
    Image caption: Patrick Robert and Callum McGregor both scored for Celtic in their win over St Johnstone
  7. Campbell delight at edging Forfar

    Arbroath manager Dick Campbell admitted to BBC Radio Scotland that he was particularly happy to have beaten Forfar to the title - he was sacked by the Loons in December 2015. 

    "I think the second week in January, Forfar beat us and went 11 points clear," he said.

    "I said to them that we would win this championship and we just pegged away at them. 

    "At the end of the day, there is only one team top and we deserve it."

    Campbell had a personal battle against kidney cancer.

    "After what I've been through, six years ago I would never have thought I would be experiencing this," he added.

    Dick Campbell celebrates with Arbroath
  8. Cowden face East Kilbride

    Cowdenbeath will now face a play-off against East Kilbride in a two-legged play-off to retain their status in the SPFL.

    The Lowland League champions beat Highland League counterparts Buckie Thistle 2-1 on the day and 4-3 on aggregate in a match in which the visitors ended the game with nine men.

    Can Kilby become the second team in two years to win promotion from the Lowland League, following Edinburgh City's win over East Stirlingshire?

  9. Arbroath win title, Cowden face play-off

    The SPFL helicopter finally landed in Stirling as Arbroath secured the League Two title and promotion after a nervy 1-1 draw.

    Forfar's collapse from a healthy mid-season lead was completed by a 4-2 capitulation at home to Annan, despite the third-top side resting several players ahead of the play-offs.

    Indeed, that duo are again in opposition in the two-leg semi-final.

    Montrose scored a late equaliser against Clyde to secure the last promotion play-off spot.

    They finished a point ahead of Elgin, who were held at home to Cowdenbeath.

    The visitors needed a win to have a chance of avoiding a relegation play-off.

    Even a win would not have been enough for the Fifers after Berwick beat Edinburgh City and Clyde grabbed a vital point of their own.

    The SPFL helicopter circles Stirling
    Forfar players are left disconsolate
    Image caption: Forfar players were left disconsolate at Station Park
  10. Stenhousemuir are relegated

    Stenhousemuir were finally relegated after a day of fluctuating fortunes at the foot of League One.

    Their 1-1 draw at home to Brechin was not enough and Peterhead's comeback win over Alloa means the Blue Toon finish second bottom and face a play-off to retain their place.

    Airdrieonians also came from behind to beat Queen's Park and finish third, securing a promotion play-off spot.

    Brechin's point at Ochilview was enough to take the other play-off spot as East Fife stumbled to defeat away to Stranraer.

    Livingston had, of course, already won the title, with Alloa in second.

  11. Ayr relegated, Rovers face play-off

    Falkirk's 1-0 win away to Dumbarton ensures that they finish runners-up in the Championship.

    They will await the winner of the play-off quarter-final between Dundee United and Morton, who drew 1-1 in Greenock.

    Ayr are relegated to League One after their defeat by Raith Rovers, who finish second bottom despite their 2-1 win after playing 86 minutes with 10 men after goalkeeper Pavol Penksa's red card.

    St Mirren and Dumbarton stay ahead of Rovers on goal difference, the former ensuring their safety with a draw away to champions Hibs.

    Rory Loy celebrates his equaliser for St Mirren
    Image caption: Rory Loy's equaliser saved St Mirren from a relegation play-off
  12. FULL-TIME

    Championship

    Dumbarton 0-1 Falkirk

    Hibernian 1-1 St Mirren

    Greenock Morton 1-1 Dundee United

    Queen of the South 0-1 Dunfermline Athletic

    Raith Rovers 2-1 Ayr United

    League One

    Airdrieonians  3-2 Queen's Park

    Albion Rovers 0-2 Livingston

    Peterhead 3-2 Alloa Athletic

    Stehousemuir 1-1 Brechin City

    Stranraer 2-1 East Fife

    League Two

    Berwick Rangers 3-2 Edinburgh City

    Elgin City 0-0 Cowdenbeath

    Forfar Athletic 2-4 Annan Athletic

    Montrose 1-1 Clyde

    Stirling Albion 1-1 Arbroath

    SPFL play-off semi-final, second leg

    East Kilbride 2-1 Buckie Thistle (Agg: 4-3)

  13. FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 0-1 Dundee

    Marcus Haber's second-half goal eases Dundee's relegation worries and they move four points clear of Hamilton and second-bottom Motherwell.

    Dundee celebrate Marcus Haber's winner
  14. FULL-TIME Celtic 4-1 St Johnstone

    Runaway champions Celtic steamroller Saints in the second half to maintain their season-long domestic unbeaten record.

    Saints fail to make ground on third-top Rangers, who play tomorrow.

    Patrick Roberts and Stuart Armstrong celebrate with Celtic
    Image caption: Patrick Roberts (left) scored twice for Celtic against St Johnstone
  15. FULL-TIME Motherwell 0-1 Ross County

    Chris Routis' second-half strike means County are safe from automatic relegation.

    They are now seven points clear of Motherwell, their hosts, and Hamilton after the Lanarkshire sides both suffered defeats today.

    Well are second bottom on goal difference, only four points ahead of Inverness Caley Thistle.

    Ross County celebrate Chris Routis' winner
    Image caption: Chris Routis scored Ross County's winner
  16. GOAL Raith Rovers 2-1 Ayr United

    Declan McManus

    Ten-man Rovers are back in the hunt to avoid relegation thanks to Declan McManus.

  17. GOAL Queen of the South 0-1 Dunfermline

    Nicky Clark

  18. RED CARD

    East Kilbride 2-1 Buckie Thistle (Agg: 4-3)

    Buckie are down to nine men after Chris Angus gets second yellow for diving in their play-off semi-final.

  19. GREAT SAVE!

    Kilmarnock 0-1 Dundee

    Scott Bain makes another fine stop to keep Dundee ahead at Rugby Park. This time, he gets down low to parry Kris Boyd's effort.

  20. GOAL Forfar Athletic 2-4 Annan Athletic

    Aidan Smith

    Aidan Smith scores his seventh goal of the season on the break and that surely ends Forfar's title hopes in League Two and hands it to Arbroath.