There are no senior matches in Scotland tomorrow but we will have plenty news and features on BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound, including a terrific interview by Chris McLaughlin with John Hartson, and on our website, including highlights of today's Premiership matches at 18:00 BST. Thanks for joining us today. Have a great evening.
- FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock (May; Jones)
- FT: Dundee 3-2 St Johnstone (Leitch-Smith 2, Moussa pen; Craig 2 pens)
- FT: Hibernian 2-2 Motherwell (Stokes 2, 1 pen; Moult 2)
- FT: Celtic 4-0 Ross County (Rogic, Dembele, Forrest 2)
- FT: Hamilton 1-2 Hearts (Bingham; Callachan, Lafferty pen)
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes: "We got exactly what we deserved as Kilmarnock deserved a point as our performance was like last week against Hearts in that we start really well but fall out of it a bit after half an hour.
"The goal we lose at the start of the second half was no more than Kilmarnock earned even if it took a bit of deflection on the way in.
"I don't think we moved the ball with the same intensity in the second half to look like getting the winning goal. We are looking like a good team but we're still looking for the complete performance from the players as we were excellent early on as we produced what we are capable, but didn't sustain it.
"But we are unbeaten in domestic football this season and we are still just two points behind Celtic in the league."Copyright: SNS
Stirling Albion got back to winning ways after last week's home defeat by Clyde to move four points clear at the top of League Two after a 3-1 win away to second-top Montrose.
Peterhead are third after thumping Cowdenbeath at Central Park.
They leapfrog Stenhousemuir after the latter's 1-1 draw away to Annan Athletic.
Edinburgh City scored in stoppage time to edge Clyde at Broadwood to move off the bottom of the table and two points above Cowden.
Meanwhile, Berwick Rangers came from two goals down to beat Elgin City 3-2.
Raith Rovers have stretched their lead at the top of League One after a thumping 5-0 win over Queen's Park at Hampden Park.
Ayr United have slipped up after their storming start to the season and did so again with a 3-3 draw at home to Alloa Athletic and Ian McCall's side are now six points adrift in second.
Arbroath were also 5-0 winners, their victory coming away to Forfar Athletic, who they pipped to the League Two title last season.
While the Red Lichties are now level with Ayr, Forfar prop up the table, one point behind Queen's Park.
Stranraer are also tied with Ayr and Arbroath, with Scott Agnew's hat-trick helping them to a fine 4-0 win away to Albion Rovers.
In the division's other game, East Fife edged Airdrieonians 1-0.
Celtic fans are happy...
Scott Williamson - Going for #55 😜 🍀Job Done
Scott Rhind - straight forward win could have been 6 or 7, will run away with league, good crowd today.
Kenneth - with everyone else beating each other or drawing Celtic will have no challenge what so ever. But who will claim 2nd & 3rd spot?
Dunfermline are top of the Scottish Championship after a fine 3-0 win that means they leapfrog visitors St Mirren.
The Buddies' misery was compounded by having Adam Eckersley and former Pars defender Gregor Buchanan red-carded late on.
Morton continue their fine recent form with a 2-1 win away to Queen of the South that takes them into third place, one point behind St Mirren and two adrift of Dunfermline.
The disappointing starts by pre-season favourites Dundee United and Falkirk continued with a dull 0-0 draw at Falkirk Stadium.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle's troubled start after relegation also continued with a 3-1 defeat at home to promoted Livingston.
Promoted Brechin City remain rooted to the bottom after Dumbarton came from behind to beat the visitors 2-1.
So, where do today's results leave us in the Premiership? Celtic are now two points clear at the top on 16 points. They, like second-place Aberdeen on 14 points, are unbeaten. Rangers and St Johnstone have a record of won three, drawn two and lost one - they are on 11 points, one point and place ahead of Motherwell.
At the bottom, Kilmarnock's draw at Pittodrie keeps them in touch with Partick Thistle, who earned a point against Rangers last night. They have two points apiece, while Dundee in ninth and Ross County in 10th are each on four.
Dundee manager Neil McCann: "It's three points we've been searching to find. Today we matched a team that has shown a level of consistency. They are a really good side but I felt were in control of the match throughout. We made it difficult for ourselves but it was a thoroughly deserved three points. I am delighted with the boys. I asked them to go man for man. There was no fear, we played out from the back at times, when the crowd don't really like it. We had been creating lots of chances but not taking them. A-Jay (Leitch-Smith) is a different kind of striker. Today you can see the threat. He enjoys playing up top with a big man. It was a poacher's goal for the first, a terrific finish for the second and then he goes and wins a penalty but to a man I thought we were excellent today."
Hearts manager Craig Levein: "This was typical of away games in the SPFL. We won it and I was pleased with that.
"A special mention for Jamie Walker today. His application and the running he did was wonderful and I was really pleased with him.
"His attitude has been first class and he is a fantastic player.
"They did pin us back as we were a bit cautious in the wing-back positions, but in the second half I wasn't overly anxious and I thought the defence was very solid."
Kilmarnock manager Lee McCulloch: "The players were unbelievable to a man and they showed what they can do, which is great, because we let the travelling fans down at Motherwell last week and that was a big improvement.
"We were forced into an early change in formation and we started to pass the ball more effectively and we certainly deserved a point by the end of the game.
"That ends the run of 13 straight defeats against Aberdeen, which has been a long time against a bogey team, but when you see the manager they have, the squad they have and the way they play, you know it's going to be hard.
"That makes it a massive point for us and hopefully that will be the turning point of the season for us because the boys have been under a lot of pressure lately and now we can look forward to showing some people we do have good players."
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre: "They’re a good side. The reason we went with an extra defender was to try to not get cut open. I felt we didn’t in the first half, but it meant that we were not as much of an attacking threat as I was looking for. We didn’t keep the ball enough and we weren’t getting out quickly enough. We had a decent chance with Alex Schalk and they need to go in when you’re creating very little. Celtic were too good for us on the day. We were a bit braver in the second half, changed the system about a bit, but they’ve got such quality that if you switch off for a second you get punished."
Motherwell scorer Louis Moult: "We were 2-0 down and we managed to get it back to 2-2 so we can't moan that much. The boys have shown fantastic endeavour to come back and get the two goals, it shows the attitude of the football club. We said at half-time 'we are still in this game'. I missed two chances in the first half but I didn't let it affect me. The two boys came off the bench and changed the game for us. It's about the whole squad. As soon as missed I said, 'I'll get another one'. Positivity is what I'm all about and that's what we're all about as a football club. I love being on the football pitch. I'll keep my scoring targets to myself.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: "On the back end of a really tough game in midweek, it’s the mark of a really good team that you can press the reset button and go again. We played another different system, the players managed that and dealt with it very well. First-half we were good without being slick and being slow on the ball. It was a good first goal from Tom, a great strike. The second goal comes from us keeping possession of the ball better. In the second half we were better, much better control. Huge credit to the players, off the back of a really tough game against one of the top three sides in the world. You always wonder how a team will react but this group are so honest and learned lessons from that [Paris St-Germain] game. That’s always the mark of the good teams."
Chief sports writer, BBC Scotland at Celtic ParkQuote Message: Celtic were excellent but only sporadically. They could have scored six or seven goals today but from the first whistle to the last they weren't that swarming, high-tempo Celtic that we see from time to time, but they were miles better than Ross County. It was a good response to a humbling experience during the week. Scott Brown got man of the match; I'd have given it to Tom Rogic. He was very good today.
BBC Scotland football pundit at Celtic ParkQuote Message: At times the tempo was a little bit slow but that is partly to do with Ross County being hard to break down. The one big concern is that it wasn't 5-0 - that's the barometer! Talking about the shape, it's the timing of the movement, dragging opponents out of positions that they want to be in. In Armstrong and Rogic you have two guys who are very good at taking up almost half positions. They have got their back turned to goals at times, at other times they drop it and they face the play. They look to play one-twos. When they split and created a gap in the middle, Dembele and Griffiths dropped in to link up the play. The guys in the top area of the park linked up very well.
Dumbarton 2-1 Brechin City
Dunfermline Athletic 3-0 St Mirren
Falkirk 0-0 Dundee United
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-3 Livingston
Queen of the South 1-2 Greenock Morton
Airdrieonians 0-1 East Fife
Albion Rovers 0-4 Stranraer
Ayr United 3-3 Alloa Athletic
Forfar Athletic 0-5 Arbroath
Queen's Park 0-5 Raith Rovers
Annan Athletic 1-1 Stenhousemuir
Berwick Rangers 3-2 Elgin City
Clyde 2-3 Edinburgh City
Cowdenbeath 0-4 Peterhead
Montrose 1-3 Stirling Albion