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Summary

  1. FT Celtic 2-2 Hibs; (McGregor 2, McGinn 2)
  2. FT Aberdeen 3-0 St Johnstone (Rooney 3); FT Dundee 2-1 Hearts (Waddell 2, Lafferty)
  3. FT Kilmarnock 0-2 Ross Co (Curran, Van der Veg); FT Motherwell 3-0 Partick T (Hartley, Tanner, Bowman)
  4. Celtic extend undefeated domestic run to 58 games
  5. FT Dunfermline 1-3 Dundee Utd in Championship

Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye for now

    Honours were even as Celtic managers old and new came head to head in Glasgow.

    Brendan Rodgers' Celtic were given a stern test before preserving their 58-game unbeaten domestic run after a 2-2 draw with Neil Lennon's Hibs.

    But they only remain top of the Premiership courtesy of goal difference after Adam Rooney returned to the Aberdeen starting line-up in emphatic fashion with a hat-trick in their 3-0 dismissal of fourth-top St Johnstone.

    You can now read all the match reports from today's games on the BBC Sport website and there will be more reaction to come.

    Bye for now and join us in the build-up to Thursday's crucial World Cup qualifier as Scotland host Slovakia.

    Hibs head coach Neil Lennon and Celtic's Brendan Rodgers
    Image caption: Neil Lennon and Brendan Rodgers went head-to-head at Celtic Park
  2. Sportscene: Sunday at 6pm

    Sportscene

    Remember, you can see all of today's goals on Sportscene on BBC Two Scotland tomorrow at 18:00 BST.

    The Scottish Premiership highlights show is also repeated on BBC One Scotland at 23:35.

    Sportscene on Sunday
  3. Thistle's worst performance - Archibald

    FT: Motherwell 3-0 Partick Thistle

    Asked if it was Partick Thistle's worst performance of the season, manager Alan Archibald told BBC Scotland: "It probably was.

    "We didn’t cause them any problems, we didn’t have a shot or work their goalkeeper.

    "There’s pressure every week, with every game you take on.

    "It doesn’t change that, but the next home game against Kilmarnock is massive."

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald
    Image caption: Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald has much to ponder
  4. Stirling held but stay top

    Stirling Albion squandered a two-goal lead as they were held to a 2-2 draw at home to Elgin City but are still four points clear of Stenhousemuir.

    Stenny beat Edinburgh City 3-0 and Montrose edged Clyde 3-2 to move above Peterhead into second and third respectively.

    Peterhead slipped up after losing 2-0 at home to Berwick Rangers.

    Cowdenbeath remain a point behind Edinburgh at the bottom after losing 1-0 away to Annan Athletic.

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    Some reactions to today's results...

    Graham Watt on Aberdeen's victory: What a win and was easy 2.

    Kieran Connolly on Celtic 2-2 Hibernian: Excellent game of football. A real advertisement for the SPFL.

    Charles Ross after Dunfermline 1-3 Dundee Utd: Team of day - Dundee United beating the team that will win the league.

  6. Raith Rovers stumble in League One

    Raith Rovers suffered their first League One defeat of the season as they were beaten 2-1 away to Albion Rovers.

    But the Kirkcaldy side remain top, although Ayr United have reduced their lead to three points after sweeping aside East Fife.

    Ayr and Albion both leapfrog Arbroath, who were held at home by Alloa.

    Forfar Athletic managed a 1-1 draw at home to Stranraer but remain bottom on goal difference after drawing level with Queen's Park, who lost 4-2 away to Airdrieonians.

  7. McInnes lauds hat-trick hero Rooney

    FT: Aberdeen 3-0 St Johnstone

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is delighted by the contribution of Adam Rooney, who scored all three at Pittodrie this afternoon.

    "I thought we followed on from the win at Motherwell on Sunday," he said.

    "We knew we had to get the better of a direct opponent and win our individual battles.

    "That was the platform and we managed to play our more natural game, getting on the ball in good areas. We were really bright in the opening half hour.

    Adam Rooney celebrates scoring for Aberdeen
    Image caption: Adam Rooney was praised by Derek McInnes

    "It was a proper, and complete, team performance. It was a fairly comfortable victory.

    "When we get good service to him, Adam Rooney is as good as anybody at finishing that off. His anticipation is fantastic.

    "He always works hard and today he was a problem for St Johnstone from minute one."

  8. Buddies take over at top as Terrors win

    Fraser Fyvie was Dundee United's two-goal hero as they won the game of the day in the Championship, 3-1 away to leaders Dunfermline Athletic.

    As the Pars flopped in front of their own fans, St Mirren leapt to the top of the table with a 2-1 win over bottom-of-the-table Brechin City.

    Falkirk got 77-year-old Alex Smith's latest spell as caretaker boss off to a flying start with a 1-0 win away to Morton to lift the Bairns out of the relegation places.

    Fraser Fyvie (right) celebrates scoring for Dundee United
    Image caption: Fraser Fyvie (right) scored twice for Dundee United
  9. McGregor not expecting a Scotland call

    FT: Celtic 2-2 Hibernian

    Callum McGregor was the Celtic hero today, scoring twice to make sure the champions did not lose their long unbeaten domestic run, but he's not anticipating a call-up for Scotland to replace injured club-mates Scott Brown and Stuart Armstrong.

    "It was tight; Hibs gave it a real good go and put us under pressure," he tells BBC Radio Scotland.

    "Towards the end of the game, there was a bit of tiredness, so credit to the lads for sticking in and getting the equaliser.

    "I'm not expecting a call for Scotland. I think the manager is happy with his squad.

    "All I can do is keep performing for Celtic and keep coming up with goals and assists."

    Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor
  10. Off the Ball

    Off the Ball is starting its humorous look at today's football on BBC Radio Scotland.

    Guests are former Hearts and Hibs midfielder Michael Stewart and journalist Hugh McDonald.

  11. Coyle thrilled with Staggies

    FT: Kilmarnock 0-2 Ross County

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, Ross County manager Owen Coyle told BBC Scotland: "It was fantastic.

    "We knew we had to be at our very best and the guys trained very well, so I was excited for the game.

    “I thought we were well worth the points. I’m delighted.

    “Two terrific goals and I think it’s the first clean sheet in the Premiership for us this season.

    “Jim McIntyre and Billy Dodds are good friends of mine and good football people.

    "I feel for them, they are good pals and I know that feeling.

    "But we know the nature of football, it can be a difficult business. Those two will bounce back."

    Kenny Van Der Weg (centre) celebrates scoring for Ross County
    Image caption: Kenny Van Der Weg (centre) scored for Ross County
  12. Well's best result of season - Robinson

    FT: Motherwell 3-0 Partick Thistle

    Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson told BBC Scotland: "That’s probably our most important result of the season.

    "Sometimes people get carried away with a cup result, but the league’s our bread and butter and we showed we are a good team.

    "We started brightly and, after 20 minutes, we should have been two or three up then we took our foot off the gas.

    "I let them know that, at half time, and the second-half performance was excellent."

    Motherwell's Ryan Bowman and Elliot Frear celebrate
    Image caption: Ryan Bowman (left) scored for Motherwell
  13. Coyle 'best man-manager'

    FT: Kilmarnock 0-2 Ross County

    Steven Thompson

    Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: I worked with him at Burnley and Owen Coyle is the best man-manager I have worked with and the boys at Ross County would have got a lift from him coming in
  14. 'Celtic's best result' - Rodgers

    FT: Celtic 2-2 Hibernian

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is delighted to escape with a draw but thinks his side should have had a late penalty that would have given them a chance to score a winner against Hibs.

    "It was arguably our result of the season," he told BBC Radio Scotland.

    "Coming into the game today, it was always going to be difficult.

    "Hibs have shown that, on their day, they are a very good side.

    Hibs' Neil Lennon and Celtic's Brendan Rodgers embrace
    Image caption: Brendan Rodgers (right) praised Neil Lennon's side

    "It is an amazing indication of the run we have been on - with the tiredness creeping in after all the midweek travel and you go 2-1 down but to come back I have nothing but pride for the players.

    "I give credit to my players for everything they put into this last month.

    "We have played a lot of games in a short space of time."

  15. Lennon proud of 'outstanding' Hibs

    FT: Celtic 2-2 Hibernian

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon said: "It’s very difficult to put into words how proud I am at that performance.

    "We didn’t take a step back the whole game. It was an outstanding team performance.

    "A draw was probably a fair result, but we are disappointed not to win.

    "You have to earn the right to play good football. First half, we weren’t good enough, but second half we were outstanding.

    Hibs boss Neil Lennon reacts on the touchline

    "You will not see a better save than what I saw from Craig Gordon today. It was like Gordon Banks.

    "John McGinn is a driving force. I said he was a £5m player and he’s put a couple more million on that today.

    "We’re a good team, we’ve played our socks off. It was an outstanding game for the Scottish league."

  16. Brown's absence significant

    FT: Celtic 2-2 Hibernian

    Tom English

    Chief sports writer, BBC Scotland

    Quote Message: Scott Brown was a massive loss for Celtic today. You notice when he is not there. Oliver Ntcham was dominated by John McGinn
  17. FULL-TIME

    Championship

    Dunfermline Athletic 1-3 Dundee United

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Queen of the South

    Greenock Morton 0-1 Falkirk

    Livingston 2-1 Dumbarton

    St Mirren 2-1 Brechin City

    League One

    Airdrieonians 4-2 Queen's Park

    Albion Rovers 2-1 Raith Rovers

    Arbroath 1-1 Alloa Athletic

    Ayr United 3-0 East Fife

    Forfar Athletic 1-1 Stranraer

    League Two

    Annan Athletic 1-0 Cowdenbeath

    Montrose 3-2 Clyde

    Peterhead 0-2 Berwick Rangers

    Stenhousemuir 3-0 Edinburgh City

    Stirling Albion 2-2 Elgin City

    Scottish Cup replays

    Rothes 1-3 Edusport Academy

    Stirling University 1-0 Wick Academy

  18. FULL-TIME Dundee 2-1 Hearts

    Dundee inflict Hearts' first defeat since Craig Levein began his second spell as manager.

    The Dens side move to within a point of their visitors, who remain seventh in the Premiership.

  19. GOAL Dundee 2-1 Hearts

    Kerr Waddell

    Dundee look to have clinched the three points in stoppage time as Kerr Waddell rises to head home his second of the game from a corner.

  20. FULL-TIME Aberdeen 3-0 St Johnstone

    Adam Rooney was the main man for unbeaten Aberdeen, completing his hat-trick with a second-half penalty.

    That takes the Dons level on points with league leaders Celtic.

    Adam Rooney scored a hat-trick