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Summary

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  2. FT: St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock (Millar)
  3. Substitute Liam Millar turns in winner with three minutes to go
  4. St Mirren remain at the bottom of the table, Killie go to within a point of third

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. Good night

    That's all folks. Make sure you join us again tomorrow.

    There's a Scotland squad being announced at noon, so it will be interesting to see if there are any new faces.

    Earlier this evening it was announced that Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor has called time on his international career.

  2. Semi-final places up for grabs in Scottish Cup

    Lots to look forward to tomorrow, with two Scottish Cup quarter-final replays to come.

    Rangers take on Aberdeen at Ibrox, with the winner going on to face holders Celtic.

    Hearts welcome Partick Thistle to Tynecastle and will fancy their chances of a first final since their 2012 triumph, with Inverness Caley Thistle already into the semi-finals.

    As ever, we'll have radio and text coverage and there will be a Sportscene highlights show on the new BBC Scotland channel at 23:00.

    Ross County will aim to cement their grip on the Championship title race at home to Falkirk.

    There are two League One games, with East Fife hosting Stenhousemuir and Brechin at Stranraer, while Berwick Rangers meet Queen's Park in League Two.

    Aberdeen and Rangers drew 1-1 at Pittodrie
    Image caption: Aberdeen and Rangers drew 1-1 at Pittodrie on 3 March
  3. 'Hard one to take' for St Mirren boss

    St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    St Mirren manager Oran Kearney tells BBC Sportsound: "It's a hard one to take. That's the joys of football - we scored a last-minute winner last week and now we're on the receiving end.

    "After our efforts a draw would have been a good point for us.

    "A few guys have been carrying a bug and then to compound it we lost Stephen McGinn in the warm-up.

    "We've come a long way in the last few weeks, the manner of performance shows we're definitely making progress, and it's important we kick on again.

    "I still absolutely believe survival is possible. We always knew we'd have to pick up most of our points at this stage of the season and it magnifies the importance of the next few games."

  4. 'Goal was a long time coming' - Clarke

    FT: St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke tells BBC Sportsound his team had not lost their belief over a tough few weeks. He also thinks his side had more than one good shout for a penalty.

    "The goal was a long time coming," he says. "It was nice to see the ball hit the back of the net and it was just reward for their efforts tonight.

    "All credit to the players who had to play on such a difficult night.

    "The first half was pretty even but in the second half there was only one team trying to win. We kept believing and we got the rewards that we deserved.

    "I think we had three maybe four penalty claims in total. The one on Rory McKenzie in the second half is a definite. I’ve no idea why the ref doesn’t give it as he’s looking straight at the incident."

    "The performance levels have been okay, not as high as pre-Christmas. Tonight was a reward for some tough weeks. It’s nice to be a point behind Aberdeen. Now We’ll just concentrate on the next game (away to Rangers on Saturday)."

  5. How the Premiership table looks now

    FT: St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Scottish Premier League Table
  6. Millar makes his mark with first senior goal

    FT: St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    That was Liam Millar's first goal for Kilmarnock. His first goal in senior football. The 19-year-old Canada international moved to Rugby Park on loan from Liverpool in January.

    A night to remember for the teenager.

    Liam Millar celebrates his winning goal in Paisley
  7. 'Positives in defeat for St Mirren'

    FT: St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Gary Holt

    Livingston manager on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: There's a lot of positives for St Mirren. They had chances and lost to a last-minute goal against the team fourth in the league. If they get the same performance on Saturday against St Johnstone they could get the points.
  8. Story of the game

    FT: St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Full-time stats
  9. Painful blow for Buddies

    FT: St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    That's got to hurt for St Mirren. With three minutes of normal time remaining, the Paisley side were on course to overtake Dundee at the foot of the table.

    The home side were lively on the counter-attack after the break but there wasn't much midfield support for the men at the top end of the pitch.

    The Paisley side go to St Johnstone next and then take on Dundee on 30 March. That promises to be a fiery encounter.

  10. Joy for Clarke as winless run ends

    FT: St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    It looks like Killie boss Steve Clarke enjoyed that late goal from Liam Millar.

    It ends a run of eight games without a win for the Ayrshire side and a run of five without a goal.

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke celebrates the late goal from Liam Millar
  11. Killie's 'extra craft' pays off

    FT: St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Gary Holt

    Livingston manager on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: It was pleasing to see both sides upping their game in the second half. Killie just had that little bit of extra craft. They're fourth in the table and the difference showed. On balance of play, they deserved it.
  12. FULL-TIME St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    A late flurry from the Buddies but the final whistle sounds as Daniel Bachmann punches away a corner kick and Kilmarnock are celebrating just their second league win of 2019.

    The Ayrshire side move one point behind Aberdeen in third and St Mirren stay bottom of the pile.

    Liam Millar
    Image caption: Kilmarnock substitute Liam Millar wheels away after scoring late on
  13. Three to go

    St Mirren 0-0 Kilmarnock

    We're into three minutes of stoppage time as Ryan Flynn floats a harmless cross straight into the arms of Daniel Bachmann. Loud groans from the home fans...

  14. 'Killie worthy of the lead'

    St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Jim Goodwin

    Alloa manager on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: The goal has come in St Mirren's best spell of the match but Kilmarnock have been the better team and deserve to be in front.
  15. GOAL St Mirren 0-1 Kilmarnock

    Liam Millar

    Chris Burke slides a pass through for Eamonn Brophy to chase on the slick surface. Is the striker aiming for the far bottom corner from the right edge of the box? No matter, the ball skids across the face of goal and there is Liam Miller sliding in to force it home from close range.

    Kilmarnock Goal
  16. Anyone's game

    St Mirren 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Gary Holt

    Livingston manager on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Hats off to both teams as they're having a good go in terrible conditions and trying to win the game. There's no lack of action in this second half, whereas first half was too cagey.
  17. GREAT SAVE!

    St Mirren 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Well, it looks like a great save as Daniel Bachmann is at full stretch to push away a cushioned volley from Simeon Jackson but a look at the replay tells us the shot was going a couple of feet wide.

  18. 'Angry' management

    St Mirren 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Gary Holt

    Livingston manager on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: When you see a ball like that going straight through and nobody standing where they're meant to be. As a manager that gets you irate.
    Oran Kearney
  19. Post update

    St Mirren 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Ryan Flynn delivers a fantastic cross into the Kilmarnock box but it whizzes through the six-yard area without anyone getting a touch.

    Someone needs to be chucking themselves at that.

  20. Double change for Kilmarnock

    St Mirren 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock freshen things up for the last 10 minutes or so as Rory McKenzie and Jordan Jones make way for Liam Millar and Conor McAleny.