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Summary

  1. Aberdeen 1-1 Livingston - Sibbald levels after McGinn volleys in opener
  2. Hibs 2-0 Motherwell - McNulty lashes in from spot & Gray doubles lead
  3. Hamilton Academical 1-0 Hearts - McGowan nets for hosts
  4. Rangers 1-1 Kilmarnock - Morelos cancels out McAleny strike
  5. Falkirk level against Partick Thistle in Championship
  6. GET INVOLVED #bbcsportscotland

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    Rangers' Premiership title bid suffers a blow as they draw with Kilmarnock at Ibrox.

    Frustration, too, for Derek McInnes as Aberdeen are held 1-1 by Livingston at Pittodrie.

    Hibernian and Hamilton Accies supporters will enjoy their Saturday nights, following wins over Motherwell and Hearts, respectively.

    We're back tomorrow for Dundee v Celtic. Hope you can join us then. Cheers.

  2. Game won on 'set plays'

    FT: Hibernian 2-0 Motherwell

    Motherwell boss Steven Robinson tells Sportsound that his team lost today's game because of poor defending at set-pieces.

    "The game was summed up in the first minute: hit the post, came back, hit Jake [Hastie] and then went out. We conceded from two set plays.

    "The game’s won on two set plays. We dominated a lot of the possession in the bottom two thirds but we were missing 10% up front today. The three players up front weren’t quite at it and that was probably the difference.

    Motherwell boss Steven Robinson
    Image caption: Stephen Robinson says Motherwell "shot ourselves in the foot" defending set pieces

    "We still had three or four great chances towards the end of the game. We were like a home team in the second half, dominating large parts of the game without hurting them. But we shot ourselves in the foot with our defending."

  3. 'Galling to drop two points' - McInnes

    FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Livingston

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes thinks the recent exertions away to Celtic and Rangers affected them today. "There's a big demand on the players playing against the Old Firm in Glasgow, they put so much effort in," he tells Sportsound. "I always felt the energy of the team might come into it in the second half and it was important we got the first goal.

    Derek McInnes
    Image caption: Derek McInnes is unhappy with the number of goals Aberdeen concede at Pittodrie

    "The goal we lose is terrible. it's not a free-kick in the first place, the referee's got that badly wrong. We should still deal with it, it's basic defending. It's not been good enough, the amount of clean sheets we've had at Pittodrie. It's even more galling that we've let two points slip from a winning position."

  4. Gerrard frustrated by Rangers draw

    FT: Rangers 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Steven Gerrard speaking to Rangers TV: "The result is frustrating and obviously we've conceded a very poor goal.

    "That plays right into their hands as it gives them even more to hang onto. They're coming here [to Ibrox] with a gameplan to try to take something off us and frustrate the support.

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard
    Image caption: Steven Gerrard said he couldn't fault Rangers' application in the draw at Ibrox

    "Conceding the poor goal certainly helped them a lot, but in terms of us trying to get back into the game, I can't fault the players' application.

    "We've played football in the right way. From that moment, Kilmarnock, every time we went past them it was a blatant foul.

    "Time-wasting on throw-ins and goal-kicks which you expect, which is fine - and that's the reason it becomes frustrating.

    "Alfredo took his goal really well, but we're over-reliant on him and it's my job to try to fix that. It is quite clear that I need to help the team and the squad in the final third."

  5. McNulty hails 'brilliant' week

    FT: Hibernian 2-0 Motherwell

    Hibernian striker Marc McNulty: "It's been brilliant and a great week: being called up to the Scotland squad and we go away [to Kazakhstan] tomorrow. But all my focus has been on today and we knew how big a game it was and how important it was to win.

    "To go out and get a goal and a win has been brilliant."

    Hibernian forward Marc McNulty
    Image caption: Marc McNulty says playing every week is helping his form in front of goal

    Asked about his recent goalscoring form, McNulty said: "I think it's just a case of playing every week. Whenever I've played week in, week out at a club over a period of time, I've scored goals.

    "That's been the case after coming up here [from Reading] and the manager playing me every week.

    "It's just a case of getting games. enjoying football and getting good service from the boys - it's been great."

  6. Hearts lacked 'focus and aggression' - Levein

    FT: Hamilton 1-0 Hearts

    Hearts manager Craig Levein cuts a frustrated figure talking to BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound.

    "Hell of a frustrating, particularly in the first half, we started the game really poorly," he said.

    "We were much better in the second half but we just didn’t provide the quality in the second half to be able to score.

    Hearts boss Craig Levein
    Image caption: Craig Levein endured a frustrating afternoon

    "I’ve got to credit Hamilton – they made things difficult for us. After the last couple of games I was hopeful we were back on track but we were lacking today in focus and aggression and I don’t know why."

  7. 'Delighted' as Heck

    FT: Hibernian 2-0 Motherwelll

    Hibernian manager Paul Heckinbottom told Sportsound he was 'delighted' with his team's performance today.

    "I'm delighted with our performance and result against the 'in form' team in the league. Two nil is probably fair but I would have liked a third."

    When asked about first goal scorer Marc McNulty who's just got his first Scotland call up he continued "I’d love McNulty to get Scotland game time. I’d love him to get a cap. We’re pleased we’ve got him right now. He’s a goal scorer and so you want to keep him.

    Paul Heckingbottom
    Image caption: Hibernian manager Paul Heckinbottom: "We just want to keep winning"

    "We just want to keep winning games and performing well. We’ll fight to get into the top six. A short-term goal is getting into the top six but I'm pleased with the three points and the performance today."

  8. Rice lauds Accies' stout defence

    FT: Hamilton 1-0 Hearts

    Hamilton boss Brian Rice tells BBC Scotland's Sportsound: "The performance was fantastic defensively after the escapades last week [in a 3-0 loss to Motherwell].

    "We worked really hard, tried to make it right for the fans, and we did that today. We limited Hearts to long-range shots and crosses that we dealt with fantastically."

    Aaron McGowan and Darian MacKinnon celebrate the former's goal for Hamilton against Hearts
    Image caption: Aaron McGowan scored the only goal as Hamilton beat Hearts
  9. Livingston 'deserved point'- Holt

    FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Livingston

    Livingston manager Gary Holt tells BBC Sportsound: "Delighted, absolutely delighted to come here and stand toe-to-toe with an exceptional side and get a deserved point.

    "Every single one of them put a shift in today.

    Gary Holt
    Image caption: Gary Holt expressed delight after his Livingston side secured a point at Pittodrie

    "I thought we were well in the game, we were comfortable, we were stifling Aberdeen as much as we could and we were breaking on them at times."

  10. Share of spoils at Ibrox

    FT: Rangers 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Stats from Ibrox
  11. Hibs secure victory

    FT: Hibernian 2-0 Motherwell

    Stats from Easter Road
  12. Accies Accumulator

    FT: Hamilton Accies 1-0 Hearts

    Stats from the Hope Stadium
  13. Draw at Pittodrie

    FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Livingston

    Stats from Pittodrie
  14. League Two results

    League Two results
  15. League One results

    League One results
  16. Championship result

    Full time in the Scottish Championship
  17. Premiership results

    Scottish Premiership
  18. FULL-TIME Rangers 1-1 Kilmarnock

  19. Goldson booked

    Rangers 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Connor Goldson is lucky to be spared a red card as he chops down Liam Miller as the Kilmarnock sub races clear and approaches the Rangers penalty area.

    It's cynical, but a yellow card is all the defender suffers and his side also escape Chris Burke's dangerous free-kick across the face of goal.