Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.

Summary

  1. FT: Heart of Midlothian (Dikamona) 1-1 St Mirren (Clare OG)
  2. FT: Livingston (Erskine) 1-0 Kilmarnock
  3. FT: St Johnstone 0-2 Aberdeen (Shinnie 2)
  4. GET INVOLVED #bbcsportscot

Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Old Firm Sunday

    It's back to Old Firm business tomorrow as the Premiership's top two return to action.

    First up in the early kick-off are Rangers away to relegation-threatened Hamilton as Steven Gerrard's side aim to narrow the eight-point gap between themselves and Celtic.

    Brendan Rodgers' reigning champions follow later at home to in-form Motherwell.

    Join us then for more build-up, live commentary and post-match analysis and comment on BBC Radio Scotland and online.

    • Hamilton Academical v Rangers (12:15 GMT)
    • Celtic v Motherwell (15:00)
    Motherwell's Andy Rose and Celtic's Scott Brown
  2. Dons narrow gap at top

    Graeme Shinnie's double for Aberdeen against St Johnstone takes Derek McInnes's side to within Rangers in third place after a seventh straight away win.

    St Johnstone miss a chance to reclaim sixth place from Hibs after a sixth game without a win.

    With Kilmarnock losing at Livingston - the Ayrshire side are now four points behind Aberdeen in fourth - Hearts would have drawn level with Steve Clarke's side had they not been held at home by St Mirren.

    The Buddies' point is more a confidence-booster than anything as they remain four points of Hamilton Academical at the foot of the table.

    Livi's one surely secures their place in the Premiership for a second straight season as they are now 16 points clear of Accies in the relegation play-off spot.

    Aberdeen's Graeme Shinnie scored twice
    Image caption: Graeme Shinnie played a captain's role for Aberdeen
  3. Top two win as Clyde slip up

    Scottish League Two

    Edinburgh City stay a point clear at the top of Scottish League Two thanks to a comfortable two-goal win over Cowdenbeath.

    Peterhead, who have a game in hand, stay second thanks to Rory McAllister's only goal of the game away to Stirling Albion.

    But third-top Clyde lost pace after David Goodwillie's opener was cancelled out by Euan East's late equaliser for Queen's Park at Hampden Park.

    The Bully Wee are now five points behind Edinburgh, although they also have a game in hand and are now unbeaten in 14 games, after being held by a side who now have not won in 14 of their own.

    Annan Athletic, now unbeaten in five games, consolidate their place in fourth with a thumping 4-0 win over bottom side Albion Rovers, who have now not won in 19 outings.

  4. Two goals were preventable - Wright

    FT: St Johnstone 0-2 Aberdeen

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright tells Sportsound he felt his side didn't deserve to lose.

    "We deserved something from the game, no question about it," he says. "If Liam [Craig] gets something better on it, he probably scores.

    "We were in total control. It's a mis-control then Aberdeen counter on us and it's a good finish from Shinnie.

    "The second half was very even, it was end-to-end, we hit the post.

    "But we give the ball away cheaply again and it's another great strike from Shinnie. The two goals were certainly preventable."

    Tommy Wright
  5. 'Hearts must do better'

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 1-1 St. Mirren

    Allan Preston

    BBC Scotland summariser on Sportsound

    Quote Message: St Mirren played very well. They were excellent all over the park. They can go away very happy with how they performed. As for Hearts, they were very slow and ponderous. A really disappointing result for their fans today. Hearts need to get better results
  6. We're fine, won't panic - Clarke

    FT: Livingston 1-0 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke tells BBC Scotland: "The game could have been a lot different.

    "Livingston getting the goal in the first half time made it a difficult second half for us.

    "We hit the woodwork three times. Sometimes it's not your day, but unfortunately it’s just not been our week.

    "A difficult game against Celtic that went to the wire, 70 mins at Ibrox with ten men. It’s difficult in the dressing room, but we’ll bounce back.

    Killie have gone seven games without a win, but Clarke added: "Three of the games were cup competitions.

    "Where we are in the league is okay. We’re fine, we won’t panic."

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke and striker Kris Boyd
  7. Erskine 'took his time to score'

    FT: Livingston 1-0 Kilmarnock

    Livingston manager Gary Holt tells BBC Sportsound: "You saw two teams creating chances at either end.

    "Kilmarnock are a good side, but all in all, I think we were worthy winners.

    "Chris Erskine has taken a wee bit of time to score. He made great runs with the ball, looked after it and I’m delighted for him because he can finish. We just need to get the ball to him.

    "We have an enjoyable working environment, win lose or draw. I’m pleased we got over the line today and got the three points."

    Livingston celebrate
  8. Hearts decision making 'cloudy' - Levein

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 1-1 St Mirren

    Hearts manager Craig Levein tells BBC Scotland: "We didn't move the ball quick enough, we didn't play with enough intent.

    "Our decision-making became cloudy to say the least, so it was a really disappointing day."

    St Mirren's equaliser came from an own goal.

    "Sean Clare just got caught and confused," Levein says. "I think there was a player holding on to him and spun him around and the ball's hit the back of his head.

    "It happens, but I would be really hopeful that we could score more than one goal at home in a game of this nature and, if we had've done, it wouldn't have mattered."

    Craig Levein
  9. Top three all win

    Scottish League One

    Arbroath had to come from behind twice to beat Airdrieonians, but their 3-2 win maintains the Red Lichties' 16-point lead at the top of Scottish League One.

    Raith Rovers keep pace after a 4-1 win over Montrose ends a run of four games without a win.

    Forfar Athletic remain level on points with the Kirkcaldy outfit after a narrow win over bottom side Stenhousemuir.

    Fourth-placed East Fife slip up despite a spirited comeback from 3-0 down at home to Dumbarton, eventually losing 4-3.

  10. Second-half turnaround for County

    Scottish Championship

    What a difference 45 minutes makes. At half-time, Championship leaders Ross County were heading for defeat and Partick Thistle for a win that would take them further away from bottom spot.

    Second-top Ayr United and third-place Dundee United were looking good for at least a point to narrow the gap.

    But four second-half goals later and County have stretched their lead to five points - and their unbeaten run to seven games - while Thistle are back on the foot of the table as their own run of five straight wins and seven undefeated coming to an end.

    United did manage a draw away to Falkirk and that takes them level with Ayr, who lost at home to Dunfermline Athletic.

    A second win in a row under new manager Stevie Crawford has suddenly taken the Pars into fifth place.

    Jordan Kirkpatrick's stoppage-time winner gave Alloa Athletic a surprise win away to Queen of the South that takes the part-timers off the bottom and above Falkirk and Thistle.

    Ross County celebrate
    Image caption: Ross Stewart (right) scored a double for Ross County
  11. Kearney buoyed by Buddies

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 1-1 St Mirren

    St Mirren manager Oran Kearney tells BBC Radio Scotland: "Obviously very happy with the performance and the endeavour that was shown.

    "We've created some good chances where possibly we could be ahead in the game and you end up with a different outcome. Sometimes they go in and sometimes they don't.

    "We've been building and building well. We're in a good strong place in relation to training's been good, attitudes have been good.

    "We're all fighting for the same cause. I can't ask for anything more, it's just that possible wee bit of luck, how to change these one points into three points."

    Oran Kearney
  12. Story of the game

    FT: St. Johnstone 0-2 Aberdeen

    Full time stats St Johnstone Aberdeen
  13. McInnes praise for Shinnie and Ball

    FT: St. Johnstone 0-2 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes tells BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound: "I thought some of our play was good. We had to be competitive.

    "By and large, once we got in front, we had control of the game, but you’re never comfortable at St Johnstone. It was an important three points for us."

    Captain Graeme Shinnie scored both goals as he contemplates his future with his contract expiring in the summer.

    "Shinnie has a lot to think about," McInnes adds. "There’s no doubting his love for the club.

    "We have a strong relationship and we’re hoping that will be a big part of any decision he makes. It was great to see him driving into the space that was created.

    "But I’ve got to mention Dom Ball, who provides two assists for Shinnie's goals."

    Graeme Shinnie is congratulates by Derek McInnes
    Image caption: Graeme Shinnie was congratulates by Derek McInnes
  14. Livi break 2019 duck

    FT: Livingston 1-0 Kilmarnock

    Jonathan Sutherland

    BBC Sport Scotland at Tony Macaroni Arena

    Livingston have their first win of 2019 and sometimes a change is as good as a holiday.

    They went with a back four instead of their normal back three, plus they put Chris Erskine up front and it all seemed to work.

    Kilmanock hit the woodwork three times, but that’s now four games without a goal for Steve Clarke’s side.

  15. FULL-TIME RESULTS

    Championship, League One and League Two

    Scottish Championship

    Ayr United 0-1 Dunfermline Athletic

    Falkirk 1-1 Dundee United

    Inverness CT 1-0 Greenock Morton

    Partick Thistle 2-4 Ross County

    Queen of the South 1-2 Alloa Athletic

    Scottish League One

    Arbroath 3-2 Airdrieonians

    Brechin City 1-2 Stranraer

    East Fife 3-4 Dumbarton

    Forfar Athletic 2-1 Stenhousemuir

    Raith Rovers 4-1 Montrose

    Scottish League Two

    Annan Athletic 4-0 Albion Rovers

    Berwick Rangers 0-3 Elgin City

    Edinburgh City 2-0 Cowdenbeath

    Queen's Park 1-1 Clyde

    Stirling Albion 0-1 Peterhead

  16. Story of the game

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 1-1 St. Mirren

    full time stats
  17. Story of the game

    FT: Livingston 1-0 Kilmarnock

    Full time stats Livingston Kilmarnock
  18. FULL-TIME Heart of Midlothian 1-1 St Mirren

    Following up their fine point away to Aberdeen, it's another point and morale-boosting performance for St Mirren.

    But they may feel slightly frustrated not to have got the win after creating some excellent chances at Tynecastle.

    Hearts will also be disheartened, having missed the chance to go level on points with fourth-placed Kilmarnock.

    St Mirren celebrate
  19. FULL-TIME St Johnstone 0-2 Aberdeen

    A double from Graeme Shinnie gives Aberdeen a victory that stretches their unbeaten run at McDiarmid Park to five games.

    That's a seventh game in a row without a win for St Johnstone and seventh away win in a row for the Dons.

    Graeme Shinnie
  20. GOAL Queen of the South 1-2 Alloa Athletic

    Jordan Kirkpatrick

    Alloa are heading off the bottom of the Championship thanks to Jordan Kirkpatrick's stoppage-time winner in Dumfries.