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Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan and Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    An eventful afternoon in the Scottish Premiership. Celtic see off Hibernian but not without cost as Leigh Griffiths and Craig Gordon suffer injuries.

    Aberdeen come roaring back to see off Kilmarnock; Dundee leave it late to beat Hamilton Accies while Partick Thistle win their first league win on the road in 17 attempts.

    And Motherwell end Hearts' gargantuan clean-sheet run to nab a point at Tynecastle.

    Thanks for your company; we're back tomorrow for Ross County v Rangers. Hope you can join us then.

    Cheers.

  2. Scottish Premiership - top six

    Scottish Premiership top six
  3. Angry Saints boss threatens changes

    FT: St Johnstone 1-3 Partick Thistle

    St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright: "We put ourselves under so much pressure with how we started, again. We can't go 15 minutes, especially at home, without conceding a goal.

    "Players haven't learned, so I'm going to have to make big decisions. We've got young players that I may have to throw in. Maybe I've been too loyal to too many for too long.

    "Hopefully, we can get bodies in but, again, we are waiting until right at the end of the window to do that, which is not ideal. It's obvious that we need to freshen things up.

    "Saying that, the referee makes a ridiculous decision. I don't know what he disallows David Wotherspoon's goal.

    "Overall, we weren't good enough and the players know that. It's the first time since I've been here that I couldn't go in there (the dressing room) because all hell might have broke loose."

    St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright
    Image caption: Tommy Wright: "Maybe I've been too loyal to too many for too long"
  4. Scottish Premiership - Bottom Six

    Scottish Premiership - bottom six
  5. Jags revel in first away victory

    FT: St Johnstone 1-3 Partick Thistle

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald: "I thought we were outstanding from the word go.

    "We caught St Johnstone a bit cold, with our start.

    "I said to the lads that to get away from 11th place we were going to have to start picking up points away from home. Hopefully, we can build on today's three points.

    "Conor Sammon is on fire. He was a real handful today. He's grasped his chance and he's popping up with goals."

    Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald
    Image caption: "We were outstanding from the word go"
  6. 'Huge' win for the Dons

    FT: Aberdeen 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Michael Stewart, former Scotland midfielder

    Huge second half performance from Aberdeen to turn it round against a Kilmarnock who hadn’t lost away from home under Steve Clarke.

    Aberdeen's Niall McGinn celebrates after making it 3-1 against Kilmarnock
  7. Griffths & Gordon injury fears

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Hibernian

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: "The feeling is Craig Gordon has taken a nasty whack to his knees. We'll need to assess that, and that's not good news there.

    "But I felt that Dorus De Vries came in and handled it well. Griff is frustrated. Again, I think it was his calf. So, we'll get the two of them scanned and see where they're at but they certainly look like they'll miss Tuesday night's game [against Hearts]."

    Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths
    Image caption: Leigh Griffiths was withdrawn with a suspected calf injury
  8. 'Against good team you get punished' - Clarke

    FT: Aberdeen 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke: "We got a fortunate goal, but we got ourselves in front and we looked quite comfortable after that, and then we had a crazy spell in the second half.

    "I thought we reacted quite well [to going behind], we got ourselves back into the game, tried to play football, we were putting them under pressure, but unfortunately Gary Dicker has made a mistake and it's a long way back after the third goal.

    "We knew we'd have to be at our very best to get anything from the game today and we came up a little bit short.

    "I said to the lads after the game we're showing signs that we're improving. Against good teams you get punished for small mistakes and that was probably the case today."

  9. McCann savours winning feeling

    FT: Hamilton 1-2 Dundee

    Dundee manager Neil McCann: "We lost such a sloppy goal and I'm still upset about it.

    "But, from then on, we dominated proceedings.

    "It feels nice to get the three points because there have been a lot of games where I feel we have deserved more and not got it.

    "We were relentless searching for that winning goal. Yes, they were down to nine men, but we just piled forward and hoped that, with the right service, one of the boys would come up trumps.

    "It gives us that winning feeling again, which is important."

    On any late signings this month...

    "I'd like to get some business done. I'm hoping nobody goes out and I hope to get some in.

    "We are trying to build something here and [Celtic target] Jack [Hendry] is very much a part of that."

  10. McInnes never doubted Dons

    FT: Aberdeen 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes: "I've worked with these players for a long time so I know how disappointed we are when we lose. We don't lose too many but the motivation to get back to winning ways quickly is always there and I think that was evident today.

    "There might have been a few people looking at that result at half-time and doubting us - I never doubted the players for a minute, I thought they were magnificent for the majority of the game but especially the second half.

    "You need moments of quality and Niall McGinn lit the game up for the whole of the second half and I thought Scott McKenna's second was absolutely top drawer. It's all of 40 yards and it's still gathering speed as it hits the back of the net.

    "We spoke to Hull again yesterday and reinforced the message that he won't be sold, certainly not in this window. The phone is off the hook regarding him for the next few days. But he's doing himself no harm, he's in a good place, his overall game is magnificent."

    Scott McKenna celebrates his 40-yard strike that put Aberdeen in front
    Image caption: Scott McKenna celebrates his 40-yard strike that put Aberdeen in front
  11. Levein upset by penalty claims

    FT: Hearts 1-1 Motherwell

    Hearts manager Craig Levein talking to BBC Sportsound: "I thought we were the better team and had the better chances.

    "I thought we had two clear penalties denied in the first half. I've seen them both (on video replays) and they are definitely penalties.

    "Willie (Collum) said to me that their player got a touch on the ball but, if you look at the angle he's approached from, that's impossible. So he's got that wrong. The second one is a blatant hand ball.

    "We got in front but shot ourselves in the foot at the end and that is disappointing. We gave away free kicks that invite pressure and we didn't need to give them away. We spoke about that being Motherwell's biggest threat."

    Hearts manager Craig Levein
  12. Rodgers 'very pleased' with Celtic victory

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Hibernian

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: "I said before the game that they've got really good, creative players. They played their system well, playing with the boy Barker loose and free. We knew today that we wanted to be able to defend well.

    "We had good opportunities in the box... the keeper makes a really good save from the free-kick from Griff and it looks like we're going to score from the follow up. They made another couple of good blocks in the second half and we just didn't quite get the finishing touch to one or two really good moves.

    "But overall, I'm very pleased today. Hibs are a very good team away from home and they don't give much away. In difficult conditions, with the pitch and the wind, and everything else, it was a very good three points for us."

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers
  13. 'Celtic deserved it'

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Hibernian

    Tom English

    Chief sports writer, BBC Scotland at Celtic Park

    Nothing like the drama of previous meetings, but Celtic deserved it. Hibs lack cutting edge. Griffiths the man. Dembele booked for diving. Calf injury for Griffiths. Will miss Tuesday night’s game against Hearts. Brendan Rodgers will hope that Tuesday is all he will miss. Critical player...

  14. 'We lack a cutting edge' - Lennon

    FT: Celtic 1-0 HIbernian

    Hibernian boss Neil Lennon: "I thought we were excellent today, but we just lack a cutting edge at the top level. But those kind of players cost money. The difference in the game is Leigh Griffiths - that's why he's worth so much money to Celtic. He's a fantastic striker and they missed him when he went off. But we were superb in the second half."

    Hibernian boss Neil Lennon
  15. FULL-TIME Hamilton 1-2 Dundee

  16. GOAL Hamilton 1-2 Dundee

    Leitch-Smith

    A late, late, late, late, late winner for Neil McCann's side. Kamara's effort appears to be going wide and Leitch-Smith sticks out a leg to stab the ball home.

    Joy for the visitors; despair for Martin Canning's men.

    Stats from the SuperSeal Stadium
  17. Dons deserved winners

    FT: Aberdeen 3-1 Kilmarnock

    Jonathan Sutherland

    BBC Sport Scotland at Pittodrie

    Stunning turnaround from Aberdeen in the second half - great goals and a dominant second half display. Disappointing for Kilmarnock who looked good in the first half. Feels like a real statement of intent from Aberdeen after the midweek defeat to Rangers.

  18. Ross County v Rangers (Sunday 14:00)

    Can rock-bottom Ross County pick-up points against Rangers tomorrow?

    Find out live on Sunday Sportsound on BBC Radio Scotland from noon.

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