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  1. More to come on Sunday...

    That's all for today folks. We'll be back tomorrow with another helping of Scottish Premiership action.

    Rangers welcome St Mirren to Ibrox at 15:00 BST, with Celtic travelling to Kilmarnock for a 16:30 kick-off.

    Thanks for your company today and join us on Sunday if you can.

  2. County rewarded for 'brave' new style

    FT: Hamilton 0-1 Ross County

    Neil McCann

    Former Hearts & Rangers winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: "Ross County have been brave, playing the ball out from the back. It's a different style under Stuart Kettlewell on his own. I like the way they move the ball and they have a good industry about them.
  3. 'The players were brilliant' - Hibs boss Ross

    FT: Livingston 1-4 Hibernian

    Hibernian manager Jack Ross: "We'd have been happy with any sort of victory, given how impressive Livingston's home record has been. To win the game in the manner we did and with that margin of victory is very satisfying and should generate increased confidence.

    "We looked at two key parts. We knew we'd need to defend a lot of balls in the box from open play and set pieces and we'd have to be brave and aggressive, and we did that brilliantly as a team.

    "Secondly, in possession we believed we could work the ball into wide areas and deliver balls into the box, which is why we played the personnel we did today - again the players did that terrifically well and we saw that from the opening two goals. The players were brilliant today."

  4. 'I back myself' - Hibs' Nisbet

    FT: Livingston 1-4 Hibernian

    And here comes the hat-trick hero...

    Hibs striker Kevin Nisbet: "I'm delighted. It's great for a striker to get off the mark quickly. Both strikers scoring gives us a bit of confidence for Tuesday (away to Dundee United).

    "I was confident coming in to the match today. I back myself and I'm confident in my ability. I don't [have a goals target]. I'm just trying to score as many goals as I can and put points on the board. I've come to a massive club."

    Kevin Nisbet completed his treble from the penalty spot
    Image caption: Kevin Nisbet completed his treble from the penalty spot
  5. Player Rater results

    You've been voting from your sofas and days out at the beach and the verdicts are in. Here are your top men from our Player Raters:

    • Motherwell v Dundee United: Mark Reynolds (7.94)
    • Livingston v Hibernian: Kevin Nisbet (8.89/10)
    • Hamilton v Ross County: Ross Laidlaw (7.62/10)

    Just a shade short of nine out 10 after a hat-trick? Tough crowd...

  6. Reynolds 'drives the standard' for United

    FT: Motherwell 0-1 Dundee United

    Dundee United manager Micky Mellon: "We knew we were going to get asked a lot of questions and I think the players can take a lot of credit for answering those questions. It's a great result for us.

    "Mark Reynolds helps me drive the standard, he's been brilliant since I came in. I was delighted to see him getting his goal today."

    Full-time at Fir Park, where the visitors picked up all three points
    Image caption: Full-time at Fir Park, where the visitors picked up all three points
  7. Simply 'not good enough', bemoans Livi boss

    FT: Livingston 1-4 Hibernian

    Livingston manager Gary Holt: "It's not good enough, it's as simple as that. People are not taking enough responsibility. You've got to do your shift and put the effort in. They didn't do that in the first half. Hibs took their foot off the gas in the second half. They'll have to go away and look at themselves.

    "Finishing fifth last season - that's done, that's in the history books. That ain't going to keep you in the league."

  8. Motherwell need to be 'more streetwise'

    FT: Motherwell 0-1 Dundee United

    Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson: "We had Loads of possession and no end product.

    "We looked like we were looking for a perfect goal, but we didn’t even make their goalkeeper work.

    "We need to become more streetwise.

    "I hope players aren't reading that they are moving here and there, because if they play like that they'll be moving nowhere."

  9. Hat-trick hero

    FT: Livingston 1-4 Hibernian

    Here it is, the standard issue hat-trick picture with Kevin Nisbet.

    That will do wonders for his confidence.

    The new Hibs striker managed a treble and a quadruple on his way to a 23-goal haul with Dunfermline last season.

    Kevin Nisbet
  10. Rice bemoans loss of 'poor goal'

    FT: Hamilton 0-1 Ross County

    Hamilton head coach Brian Rice: "We lost a poor goal. It was a scrappy goal. I always thought the first goal would be very, very important.

    "You've got to learn, you've got to learn by your mistakes. The young lads needs to learn quickly.

    "We defended our box better today. We'll go up to Aberdeen on Wednesday and try and get a result."

    Callum Smith shoots
  11. Kettlewell lauds County 'group performance'

    FT: Hamilton 0-1 Ross County

    Ross County manager Stuart Kettlewell: "Billy Mckay got the type of goal that he tends to get.

    "I'm delighted with the squad. It was a decent group performance. Looking at a young back four, or a new back four, it's great to see another clean sheet.

    "There were a few chances. We had to face a lot of long balls. We had wee stages where we caught fire. We had the little bit of quality to win the game.

    "How far can you take it? This league doesn't let you rest on your laurels."

    Ross County celebrate
  12. Waiting to get off the mark...

    After two matches, Motherwell, Livingston and Hamilton Accies are all on nul points, as they would say on Eurovision.

    The same applies to St Johnstone and Aberdeen, of course, after their match was postponed.

    Very early days of course, but pressure builds quickly in such a cutthroat league.

  13. Hibs & Staggies lead the way

    For the second Saturday in a row, Hibs sit top of the table, with Ross County also on maximum points.

    Celtic, Rangers and St Mirren have the chance to join them tomorrow.

    Rangers and St Mirren go head to head at Ibrox, while the defending champions visit Kilmarnock.

  14. FULL-TIME Livingston 1-4 Hibernian

    A hat-trick for Kevin Nisbet as Hibs dismantle Livingston to make it two wins from two.

    The home side pulled one back via a rather soft penalty but seldom looked like finding a way back after shipping three first-half goals.

    Christian Doidge scored the other goal for the visitors, who were sharp in attack and solid at the back throughout.

    Kevin Nisbet completed his hat-trick from the penalty spot
    Image caption: Kevin Nisbet scored a hat-trick in just his second start for Hibs
  15. FULL-TIME Hamilton 0-1 Ross County

    One Billy Mckay goal is enough for Ross County to make it two wins out of two in the Scottish Premiership.

    For Hamilton, it's two defeats in a row.

    Billy Mckay scores
    Image caption: Billy Mckay knocks in the only goal of the game
  16. FULL-TIME Motherwell 0-1 Dundee United

    Mark Reynolds' first goal for Dundee United is enough to seal three points for the visitors.

    That leaves Motherwell pointless after two outings.

    Mark Reynolds scored the only goal at Fir Park
    Image caption: Mark Reynolds scored the only goal at Fir Park
  17. GOAL Livingston 1-4 Hibernian

    Kevin Nisbet (pen)

    Hibs goal

    A hat-trick for Kevin Nisbet as he slams home the spot-kick.


    Livingston 1-3 Hibernian

    Melker Hallberg is taken out as he chases down a rebound.

    Marvin Bartley is fortunate to avoid a second booking for the rash challenge.


    Motherwell 0-1 Dundee United

    Jordan White thinks he has nodded in the equaliser for Motherwell, but he's judged to have pushed a United defender in the process.

    Hands on heads for the home side.


    Motherwell 0-1 Dundee Utd

    What a goal that would've been!

    United substitute Dillon Powers rattles a ferocious shot from the edge of the box and Trevor Carson gets the slightest of touches, diverting it on to the crossbar.