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Live Reporting

Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    So, Kilmarnock move up to third in the Premiership table with victory against league leaders Hearts.

    Dundee and St Mirren shared the spoils at Dens Park, while St Johnstone thumped Hamilton.

    We're back tomorrow for Livingston v Celtic and Rangers against Motherwell. A win for Celtic would see them leapfrog Hearts and move top of the table.

    Thanks for your company, hope you can join us tomorrow.

  2. Premiership table - as it stands

    Premiership table
  3. St Mirren 'eased off pedal' - Kearney

    FT: Dundee 1-1 St Mirren

    St Mirren manager Oran Kearney on BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound:"We were pleased with aspects of it [our performance] but not pleased with other parts.

    "We started the game really well and got our goal. Then, for whatever reason, I thought the goal set us back a bit and eased off the pedal.

    "It's not necessarily the point but more the manner of the performance and the way that we dug in. Our game management in the second half was really good."

  4. Saints have 'worked hard' since Celtic defeat - Clelland

    FT: St Johnstone 4-0 Hamilton

    St Johnstone assistant manager Alex Clelland tells BBC Scotland: "We asked them to be better than last week and to have a good start to the game, and we certainly did that.

    "I don't think he [Drey Wright] actually started that great today, but when he started going past players and getting balls into Matty Kennedy we really looked a threat.

    "We've had to work really hard since Celtic took six goals off us. If you had told us we would come back with five wins, five clean sheets, 15 points on the board, and been fourth in the league we would have taken that."

    Drey Wright and Ricky Foster of St Johnstone
  5. Levein laments 'most frustrating' of defeats

    FT: Hearts 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Hearts manager Craig Levein on BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound: "We've played a lot worse and won. We played some good football today and dominated possession for long periods.

    "But the type of game it was, I didn't feel that we had enough quality in the final third to enable us to punish Kilmarnock. Losing 1-0 after playing reasonably well is the most frustrating of all defeats.

    "Kilmarnock created far less than us and won."

    Levein was asked about three penalty shouts in the first half his side were denied.

    "It was difficult to say, but it did look like they were penalties to me, although I haven't had a chance to look at them again.

    "I don't want to dwell too long on this. It is a performance that should have won us three points and I can't fault the determination of the players."

  6. League Two results

    League Two
  7. League One results

    League One results
  8. Championship results

    Championship results
  9. Killie joy but despair for league leaders...

    Steve Clarke's Kilmarnock move up to third in the Scottish Premiership. The victory at Tynecastle means Celtic can leapfrog Hearts at the top of the table, should they beat Livingston tomorrow.

    Kilmarnock's Ross Millen celebrates his winner at Tynecastle
    Image caption: Kilmarnock's victory at Tynecastle lifts them to third in the Premiership
  10. FULL-TIME Dundee 1-1 St Mirren

  11. FULL-TIME St Johnstone 4-0 Hamilton

    An impressive St Johnstone romp to a win, and the scoreline did not flatter them.

    Drey Wright was in sensational form, the summer signing from Colchester causing problems all over the park and having a hand in the first two goals.

    It is now five wins in a row for St Johnstone, and they have had clean sheets in all of them.

    St Johnstone's David Wotherspoon scores the fourth goal for his side
    Image caption: St Johnstone's David Wotherspoon scores the fourth goal for his side
  12. FULL-TIME Hearts 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Ross Millen's first goal for Kilmarnock sends Premiership leaders Hearts to their third defeat in four games - and fourth in a row without a win.

    The Edinburgh side are only one point ahead of Celtic, who could go top should they win away to Livingston tomorrow in one of their two games in hand.

    Kilmarnock move up to third, two points behind today's hosts.

    Ross Millen scores for Kilmarnock
  13. Kilmarnock defending for their lives

    Hearts 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Michael Stewart

    Former Scotland midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Hearts have threatened a lot but haven't got the ball in the back of the net. Kilmarnock have come into their own - they don't gift you anything and that creates frustration.
  14. Managers desperate for first win

    Dundee 1-1 St Mirren

    As things stand, Dundee manager Jim McIntyre and St Mirren counterpart Oran Kearney are still looking for their first wins in post.

    Jim McIntyre
    Oran Kearney
  15. Clear & present danger

    Hearts 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Michael Stewart

    Former Scotland midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Bachmann didn't deal with that very well. Fortunately for him, his defenders came off the line and cleared the danger.

  16. Accies seek cold comfort

    St Johnstone 4-0 Hamilton

    Two decent chances for Hamilton to grab a consolation. Sam Kelly's shot is deflected wide by a defender, then from the resultant corner Rakish Bingham heads off the top of the crossbar.

  17. CLOSE!

    Hearts 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Hearts are pressing desperately for an equaliser and Craig Wighton's header is cleared off the line after goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann is beaten to a cross by Peter Haring.

  18. Dundee chance

    Dundee 1-1 St Mirren

    Paul McGowan collects, turns and shoots. It's off target. Dundee are still chasing their elusive second win of the season.

  19. Murray scores with first touch!

    Ayr 1-1 Queen of the South

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Somerset Park

    Queens’ substitute Connor Murray runs onto the pitch and with his first touch scores the equaliser!

    He was in the right place at the right time to drill a knock-down low into the bottom left corner.

  20. Hearts substitution

    Hearts 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Hearts have tried to mix up the balance of the team. Craig Levein's searching for the spark that will unlock Kilmarnock's defence.