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Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. County lucky to escape with six

    FT: Celtic 6-0 Ross County

    James McFadden

    Former Scotland forward on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: It was so comfortable for Celtic. Some of their interplay in and around the box was fantastic. Ross County couldn't get out their half. It could've been more than 6-0
  2. Bust-up at Celtic Park

    FT: Celtic 6-0 Ross County

    Celtic midfielder Nir Bitton and Ross County striker Brian Graham had a bit of a row after the final whistle.

    We're not sure what was the cause and whether the officials took action against either plaeyr.

    Celtic and Ross County players in a post-match row
  3. FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 2-1 Livingston

    Kilmarnock move to within two points of third place in the Premiership after holding off a late Livingston fightback at Rugby Park.

    Angelo Alessio's side continued their fine recent form, losing just one of their last seven league games.

    Gary Dicker and Rory McKenzie scored for the home side and, at the other end, they looked like they would make it six clean sheets in seven games.

    But, after Marvin Bartley hit the bar, Lee Miller pulled one back for Livi.

    Killie celebrate
  4. FULL-TIME St Mirren 2-0 St Johnstone

    Sweet relief for the St Mirren faithful in Paisley as they score for the first time in four games and earn a priceless win. The goals were worth waiting for too.

    Jonanthan Obika got things up and running with a brilliant overhead kick before Danny Mullen capped a fine team move after the break to seal the win.

    It was more misery for St Johnstone as they remain bottom without a league win this season.

  5. FULL-TIME

    Hamilton Academical 1-1 Hibernian

    Hibs striker Christian Doidge has last-minute goal disallowed as his team have to settle for a point.

    Stevie Mallan's strike had Hibs on course for their first league win since the opening day, but the midfielder conceded a second-half penalty for Accies substitute Ross Cunningham to level.

    Wasteful finishing again haunts Hibs as they squander the lead for a fourth successive Premiership game.

  6. Celtic rout Ross County

    FT: Celtic 6-0 Ross County

    A blistering start to the second-half in which Celtic scored four goals in nine minutes completely dismantled Ross County as the reigning champions returned to the summit of the Premiership.

    Mohamed Elyounoussi's fourth-minute goal was all that separated the teams at the break despite home dominance.

    It fell to pieces for County with five second-half goals - two from Odsonne Edouard, a second for Elyounoussi and one for both Callum McGregor and James Forrest.

    Celtic celebrate
  7. FULL-TIME Motherwell 0-3 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen bring the Motherwell roadshow to a complete and abrupt halt.

    Outstanding goals from Sam Cosgrove, Niall McGinn and Zak Vyner will live long in the memory of the travelling Dons fans from a result that now takes Derek McInnes' side up to just one point off their third-top hosts in the Premiership.

  8. FULL-TIME Dundee 1-3 Partick Thistle

    Jim Spence

    on BBC Sportsound at Dens Park

    Quote Message: It is a bigger collapse than the Tay Bridge in the 19th century
  9. GOAL Dundee 1-3 Partick Thistle

    Lewis Mansell

    What a collapse by Dundee as Lewis Mansell secures the win for Thistle.

  10. GOAL Inverness CT 2-2 Alloa Athletic

    Alan Trouten

    Just when Caley Thistle looked like going to the top of the Championship, Alloa's evergreen striker, Alan Trouten, scores.

  11. CLOSE!

    Celtic 6-0 Ross County

    County goalkeeper Ross Laidlaw stops six becoming seven, making himself big to put Vakoun Bayo off.

    The Ivorian has been searching for a goal since he came off the bench and a heavy touch from Tom Rogic's great pass allows Laidlaw to make the save.

  12. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Hamilton Academical 1-1 Hibernian

    Christian Doidge looks to have grabbed a late winner for Hibs, only for it to be ruled out for a push by the striker on Sam Stubbs.

  13. GOAL Dundee 1-2 Partick Thistle

    Shea Gordon

    Bottom side Thistle come from behind to take the lead through Shea Gordon.

  14. GOAL Inverness CT 2-1 Alloa Athletic

    Jordan White

    Caley Thistle are heading to the top of the Championship, with Ayr and Dundee United losing. as Jordan White scores and the home side have come from behind to lead at home to Alloa.

  15. Post update

    St Mirren 2-0 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone have had a period of pressure as they aim to salvage something from this game. It's St Mirren, though, who are far more threatening. Junior Morias is the latest to go close.

  16. GOAL Kilmarnock 2-1 Livingston

    Lee Miller

    Just as we were talking up Kilmarnock's defence, Lee Miller pulls one back for Livingston. Nicky Devlin's cross reaches him and he drives home to give the visitors hope.

    Livi goal
  17. Post update

    Kilmarnock 2-0 Livingston

    Livingston have upped their performance in the last 10 minutes and Lyndon Dykes has a go from distance and is not too far away from nestling his shot in the top corner.

    But Kilmarnock's fine defensive record looks like continuing. Only Celtic have managed to breach their defence in their previous six league games. They also went 120 minutes without conceding to Hibs in the League Cup too.

  18. GOAL Dundee 1-1 Partick Thistle

    Kenny Miller

  19. GOAL Dunfermline Athletic 3-2 Ayr United

    Andy Ryan

    Andy Ryan's third goal of the season could be sending Dunfermline to their first home win since March as they come from behind to lead against Ayr.

  20. Leigh and Vyner 'magnificent'

    Motherwell 0-3 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Greg Leigh and Zak Vyner have been magnificent in the centre of the midfield for Aberdeen. Not just in terms of strength but creatively as well