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  1. FT: Dundee 0-4 St Johnstone (Piggot OG, Kane 2, Alston)
  2. FT: Hamilton 2-0 Motherwell (Ogboe, Templeton)
  3. FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Ross County (Erwin, Boyd, Brophy: Mckay, Schalk)
  4. FT: Partick Thistle 0-0 Aberdeen
  5. Brechin P-P Dundee Utd, Livingston P-P Inverness CT, Cowdenbeath P-P Montrose

Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Next stop, the Old Firm derby

    There will no doubt be more said about those heated scenes at the end of the game at Dens Park in the days to come.

    However, our next live focus turns to tomorrow's Old Firm derby, with second-top Rangers entertaining leaders and reigning champions Celtic.

    See you then.

  2. Get Involved

    FT: Dundee 0-4 St Johnstone

    It all got a bit heated after the full-time whistle at Dens Park.

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  3. Kettlewell looks to Killie for inspiration

    FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Ross County

    Ross County caretaker co-manager Stuart Kettlewell told BBC Scotland: "We have the late rally and we manage to score two late goals, but we just didn't feel we were a big enough goal threat.

    "We have to go and take a leaf out of Kilmarnock's book. We see the transition there and how they've managed to affect games now.

    "The one positive for us was that we managed to have that late rally, but we gave ourselves a mountain to climb."

  4. Advantage Peterhead

    Scottish League Two

    Peterhead took full advantage of Montrose having their match against Cowdenbeath postponed to edge three points clear at the top of League Two with a 1-0 win away to third-top Stirling.

    Fourth-top Stenhousemuir suffered a blow with a 3-2 defeat at home to Clyde.

    Edinburgh City's 3-2 win away to Annan Athletic edges the capital side 15 points ahead of Cowdenbeath at the bottom of the table.

  5. Clarke defends late lapse

    FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Ross County

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke refused to criticise his side for a late lapse that allowed Ross County to score twice.

    "I thought we were very good almost start to finish," he told BBC Scotland.

    "We switched off a little bit in the last five minutes. It might be mental tiredness - we've played a lot of games recently. We should ignore the last five minutes and look at the positives."

    Kris Boyd scored his 19th goal of the season ahead of Alex McLeish's Scotland squad announcement on Monday, but Clarke refused to say if the veteran striker should make the squad.

    "That's for Alex to decide, it's not for me to stand here," said the manager. "I'm just delighted that Kris is playing the way that he is playing for us.

    "We've found a way and a system to play around Kris that allows him to do what he's good at, which is get the ball in the box and score goals."

    Kilmarnock's Kris Boyd celebrates scoring
    Image caption: Could Kilmarnock's Kris Boyd win a Scotland recall?
  6. Ayr make their mark

    Scottish League One

    It was arguably the most significant game of the day and Ayr swept aside League One leaders 3-0 to move to within a point of Raith Rovers with a game in hand in what has become a topsy turvy battle for the title and automatic promotion.

    Arbroath and Alloa Athletic both recorded wins that consolidate their position behind the top two and in the remaining play-off places.

    Stranraer slipped seven points behind those two as visitors Albion Rovers came from 2-0 down at half-time to win 3-2 at Stair Park.

  7. McCann 'ashamed' of Dee display

    FT: Dundee 0-4 St Johnstone

    Dundee manager Neil McCann did not hold back after his side's 4-0 defeat at home to St Johnstone.

    He told BBC Scotland: "I'm ashamed of the performance. I'm embarrassed by it.

    "I can only apologise to the fans because that doesn't sit well with me. We were outfought and we were outplayed, it was just a very weak performance.

    "The goals that we have lost today are embarrassing.

    "I'm furious. I'm actually angry at my own players that they didn't show a bit of anger on the pitch.

    Dundee manager Neil McCann

    "I want some sort of show that they're not accepting of that type of performance and result and I didn't see it. That isn't acceptable. I won't tolerate it."

    As for the touchline row after the final whistle, McCann added: "One of their players had a hold of me and I was asking him to remove his hand and don't put his hands on me.

    "It's sparked off a wee bit of a melee, but listen, it was handbags.

    "Going down the tunnel, I'm a little unhappy with some of the celebrations.

    "St Johnstone are, I suppose, entitled to celebrate, but I'm a wee bit aggrieved by then."

  8. St Mirren edge closer to title

    Scottish Championship

    Two late goals gave St Mirren victory over Dunfermline Athletic in a tense game in Paisley that puts Jack Ross' side 11 points clear of Livingston, whose game against Inverness Caledonian Thistle was postponed.

    Third-top Morton suffered a blow to their promotion play-off hopes with a 3-1 defeat by Falkirk, who move above Caley Thistle into seventh as they continue their improvement in form.

    Dumbarton look consigned to the relegation play-off spot after losing at home to Queen of the South.

    St Mirren's Liam Smith and Kyle Magennis celebrate
    Image caption: Liam Smith (left) scored St Mirren's second goal
  9. 'Game management crucial for Accies'

    FT: Hamilton Academical 2-0 Motherwell

    Speaking to BBC Scotland after his side's 2-0 derby win over Motherwell, Hamilton manager Martin Canning: “It was one of those days for us when time and time again this season we’ve lost those type of games – when it’s turned into a battle and we’ve tried to play too much.

    "Today, we managed the game very well.

    “It’s a big result. obviously on the back of the Partick Thistle game as well.

    "It’s important we try to put together a run again.

    “I’ve said to the players that the importance of every game can’t be underestimated and we’ve got to put every bit of energy into trying to take the three points."

  10. Wright disappointed with post-match row

    FT: Dundee 0-4 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright explained to BBC Scotland what happened between the two benches after the match.

    "It's disappointing really," he said. "We've won the game, I've shook hands with Neil (McCann), shook hands with Graham Gartland and Neil for some reason starts a row with I think it was our kit-man first of all and then with Zander Clark.

    "Zander has told me what he did to him and it's not nice. I'm not going to comment on that.

    Tommy Wright and Neil McCann exchange words after the match
    Image caption: Both benches had a war of words after the match

    "And then everybody got involved in a war of words and then Neil was waiting for people at the top of the stairs.

    "It's hard for young managers when they lose games - and lose games so comprehensively.

    "But there certainly was no problems during the game with the two benches.

    "It's passion on both sides, but from our side, we did nothing wrong."

  11. Saints equal best of season

    FT: Dundee 0-4 St Johnstone

    Here's Brian McLaughlin's view of St Johnstone's emphatic win over Dundee.

    Dundee 0-4 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone celebrate

    St Johnstone claim their biggest Scottish Premiership win of the season with a dominant display against struggling Dundee.

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  12. Killie extend good run

    FT: Kilmarnock 3-2 Ross County

    John Barnes was the man enthused by Kilmarnock's latest victory - one that puts Ross County deeper into relegation trouble.

    Kilmarnock 3-2 Ross County

    Kilmarnock celebrate

    Kilmarnock extend their unbeaten run to nine matches, despite a late rally from Premiership bottom side Ross County.

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  13. Two points dropped - McInnes

    FT: Partick Thistle 0-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on BBC Radio Scotland: "There was plenty willingness from the players, plenty effort and you could see how much trying to get the win meant to the players.

    "We had good opportunities in the first half, a couple of real chances that we’ve got to do better with.

    "At half time, we talked about doing more of the same and we kept their attacking threats to a minimum, but we’re still looking for that wee bit of quality in the final third.

    Aberdeen's Ryan Christie is given instructions by Derek McInnes

    "Really pleased with the commitment of the players and their appetite.

    "We were unconvincing in the final bit and that’s where you win and lose games.

    "We were well wroth the point, but we see it as two points dropped.

    "I reminded the players that they’re good payers and not to get too rushed, not to let that overtake their abilities. The win will come for us."

  14. Ogboe provides derby highlight

    FT: Hamilton Academical 2-0 Motherwell

    Jonathan Sutherland is our man with the words as Hamilton eased to a Lanarkshire derby win over Motherwell.

    Hamilton Academical 2-0 Motherwell

    Marios Ogboe scores

    Marios Ogboe and David Templeton are on target as Hamilton beat Motherwell to go ninth in the Premiership.

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  15. Firhill for no thrills

    FT: Partick Thistle 0-0 Aberdeen

    Chris McLaughlin was the unlucky man to have to describe the lack of goalmouth action as Partick Thistle and Aberdeen finish with a stalemate.

    Partick Thistle 0-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen's Stevie May and Partick Thistle's Danny Devine

    Partick Thistle move one point further clear of bottom club Ross County after a drab goal-less draw against Aberdeen.

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  16. Archibald pleased with clean sheet

    FT: Partick Thistle 0-0 Aberdeen

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald on BBC Radio Scotland: "Hopefully it will be a precious and very good point for us.

    "After dealing with a lot of pressure in the first, we were much better in the second.

    "Aberdeen are a good side and we are just delighted with the clean sheet.

    "We have a tough run of games coming up and we've got to take points from them."

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald

    Scottish Premiership

    Dundee 0-4 St Johnstone

    Hamilton Academical 2-0 Motherwell

    Kilmarnock 3-2 Ross County

    Partick Thistle 0-0 Aberdeen

    Scottish Championship

    Brechin City P-P Dundee United

    Dumbarton 0-1 Queen of the South

    Falkirk 3-1 Greenock Morton

    Livingston P- P Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    St Mirren 2-0 Dunfermline Athletic

    Scottish League One

    Arbroath 2-0 Forfar Athletic

    Ayr United 3-0 Raith Rovers

    East Fife 2-1 Airdrieonians

    Queen's Park 1-2 Alloa Athletic

    Stranraer 2-3 Albion Rovers

    Scottish League Two

    Annan Athletic 2-3 Edinburgh City

    Cowdenbeath P-P Montrose

    Elgin City 3-0 Berwick Rangers

    Stenhousemuir 2-3 Clyde

    Stirling Albion 0-1 Peterhead

  18. Managers head to head

    FT: Dundee 0-4 St Johnstone

    There was a bit of a coming together between Dundee manager Neil McCann and St Johnstone counterpart Tommy Wright.

    The latter celebrates vigorously afterwards as if to rub it in after the equal biggest away win in the Premiership this season.

  19. FULL-TIME Hamilton Academical 2-0 Motherwell

    Accies produce back-to-back wins for the first time this season and David Templeton was the man who was the difference between the sides in the Lanarkshire derby.

    He set up Marios Ogboe for a neat back-heeled finish then scored the second himself as Accies move above Dundee into ninth place.

    For Motherwell, it is a blow as they chase Hearts for a top-six finish.

    Stephen Robinson's side rarely threatened and remain four points behind the Edinburgh side with a game in hand.

    Motherwell captain Carl McHugh is left disappointed

    Hamilton Academical 2-0 Motherwell

    It is almost the first time that Gary Woods is called into action as the Accies goalkeeper denies Gael Bigirimana at late consolation.