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Live Reporting

Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. Not long to wait for Sportscene

    You can watch highlights from all of tonight's matches on Sportscene at 23:00 BST on BBC Scotland.

    Presenter Steven Thompson is joined in the studio by Stephen McGinn and James McFadden to discuss all of the action.

    We'll be back for more Premiership thrills and spills over the weekend.

  2. Three and easy for Rangers... But Gerrard wants more

    FT: Rangers 3-0 St Johnstone

    Three games, three wins, three clean sheets for Rangers. The hosts had 75% possession with a passing accuracy of 90% this evening.

    A lot for manager Steven Gerrard to be pleased with but he is not letting any complacency set in, accusing his players of "getting sloppy" after scoring their third goal.

    "We let the game die instead of maintaining our standards," he said. There is still a lot to work on. We can’t pick and choose when we want our standards to be good."

    Last season, the Ibrox side opened with three wins before a derby defeat to Celtic. This time round, the first Old Firm clash is not until mid-October.

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard
  3. Robinson angry at players after home draw

    FT: Motherwell 2-2 Livingston

    Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson

    Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson is not best pleased after more points dropped at home.

    "I'm happy with the first point, I'm happy that we defended throws okay, I'm happy we handled the physical aspect of Livingston, but that's probably where my happiness ends," he tells BBC Radio Scotland.

    "Some people aren't performing and we're playing with seven men every single week

    "I've been patient, I've cajoled people, but they've been told tonight that it is simply not good enough. If they want to play for this football club, they will die for this football club.

    "This football club has been very good to people and put careers on track and, if everybody gave me what Allan Campbell has on that pitch, we'd be a lot further up that league."

  4. Kettlewell pleased with 'progressive' approach

    FT: Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnock

    Ross County manager Stuart Kettlewell: "Responsibility for the goals we lost lies with me, it's trying to be progressive with our play, passing the ball. We're not just putting it into a corner and hoping for the best.

    "I was pleased with the response, the way we came back at Kilmarnock and the chances we created. All in all, it was a good, proper game, with both teams fully committed, and it maintains our unbeaten start."

    On Kilmarnock's two unsuccessful spot-kick claims, he says the first "certainly doesn't look anything like a penalty to me", while admitting he "didn't get a good look" at the second.

  5. Dyer mystified by penalty decisions

    FT: Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnmock

    Kilmarnock manager Alex Dyer: "I'm proud of the boys. It was a good performance in the second half. We played 10 yards further up the pitch. We scored two good goals and could have had three or four but we got a point. [On Chris Burke penalty claim] He [Josh Reid] has pulled his shirt. He was through on goal. The second one [from goalbound Kirk Broadfoot header] was definitely handball. They got one with the handball with Burkey when he turned his back. It's a good point but by rights we should have had three points, but it's not to be. The performances have been good in all three games."

  6. 'Rangers will know they've been in a battle'

    FT: Motherwell 2-2 Livingston

    Livingston manager Gary Holt: "I said before the game that we needed to get back to getting in people's faces, do the ugly side of the game, and you'll get your rewards. We got that tonight.

    "Rangers come to us on Sunday and they'll know they've been in a battle.

    "Tonight it was graft, it was hard work and that's all I ask for. We are a work in progress, but the tenacity and that willingness to help your team-mates out is what we need."

  7. Burke keeps banging them in

    FT: Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnock

    Chris Burke has scored in all three of Kilmarnock's games this season, having cracked in a terrific free-kick in the opening loss to Hibs and tucked away a penalty in Sunday's draw with Celtic.

    The 36-year-old winger has scored at least one goal every one of his 16 campaigns as a first-team pro.

    Chris Burke celebrates firing Killie into a 2-1 lead
    Image caption: Chris Burke celebrates firing Killie into a 2-1 leadHe
  8. Aberdeen suffer Edmondson injury blow

    There appears to be some kind of striker's curse at Pittodrie right now with new loan signing Ryan Edmondson added to an injured list that includes Sam Cosgrove and Curtis Main.

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  9. Just two teams take nine from three

    Rangers sit at the top of the Premiership pile this evening, joining Hibs as the only teams on maximum points from the opening three matches.

    Hibs are at home to Motherwell on Saturday, while Rangers visit Livingston on Sunday.

  10. Off the mark but frustration will linger

    FT: Motherwell 2-2 Livingston

    Scott Mullen

    BBC Scotland at Fir Park

    It was a result that gets both sides off the mark in terms of points, but does little to settle the angst among either support at the slow start to the Premiership campaign for their respective teams.

    In truth, both sides had enough chances to win this game. Livingston had sustained periods of being on top after scoring, while Motherwell somehow allowed them to come back into this game. Twice.

    What else did we learn? That Livingston assistant manager David Martindale is perhaps the least laid back man on the planet. Even if there was a crowd inside Fir Park and a Boeing 747 revving up in Fir Park Street, you'd probably still hear him bellowing at poor Alan Forrest...

  11. FULL-TIME Motherwell 2-2 Livingston

    A tumultuous contest ends level, as both teams earn their first respective point of the Scottish Premiership campaign at the third time of asking.

    Motherwell twice led through ruthless finishes from David Turnbull and Allan Campbell, but Lyndon Dykes' penalty and a close-range Alan Forrest effort pegged them back.

    Livingston were impressive and threatening for long spells of each half, especially down the flanks. But Motherwell too had good opportunities, especially when Sherwin Seedorf beat goalkeeper Robby McCrorie but not the covering Jon Guthrie on the line.

    In the end, a draw is probably about right.

    Livingston fought back twice at Fir Park
    Image caption: Livingston fought back twice at Fir Park
  12. FULL-TIME Rangers 3-0 St Johnstone

    A second successive 3-0 success at Ibrox takes Rangers to the top of the league on goal difference.

    Borna Barisic curled in a cracking free kick before setting up Ryan Kent for the second on the stroke of half time.

    Joe Aribo headed in the third in one-sided encounter.

    Rangers enjoyed a comfortable evening at home to St Johnstone
    Image caption: Rangers enjoyed a comfortable evening at home to St Johnstone
  13. Post update

    Motherwell 2-2 Livingston

    It's end-to-end fare at Fir Park now as play rages from one box to the other. Livingston look the more likely team to bag a late winner, but Motherwell are still having some joy through the hulking Jordan White at the vanguard of their attack.

  14. FULL-TIME Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnock

    A cracking contest in the Highlands ends all square.

    Ross Draper glanced the home side in front but Killie hit back through two fine goals from Alan Power and Chris Burke.

    However, Ross Stewart levelled from the penalty spot after the visitors had two claims of their own turned away.

    Ross Stewart earned the hosts a draw with his second-half penalty
    Image caption: Ross Stewart earned the hosts a draw with his second-half penalty

    Rangers 3-0 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone are coming back into the game and only a fine save from Jon McLaughlin prevents them pulling a goal back.

    On-loan Millwall striker Isaac Olaofe rises 10 yards out to meet a cross and the substitute's header is parried clear by the goalkeeper.

    McLaughlin has been a spectator for long spells but that's two good saves he's made.

  16. Joy on the left for Livi

    Motherwell 2-2 Livingston

    Scott Mullen

    BBC Scotland at Fir Park

    While Motherwell retook the lead against the run of play, Livingston level by doing the same.

    Not for the first time tonight, Gary Holt's men unlock the hosts down the left flank. It has been a regular theme tonight.

    Alan Forrest bags his first Livingston goal to level the game
    Image caption: Alan Forrest bags his first Livingston goal to level the game
  17. GOAL Ross County 2-2 Kilmarnock

    Ross Stewart (pen)

    Ross County goal

    A second successful penalty for Ross Stewart this season.


    Ross County 1-2 Kilmarnock

    Handball from Kirk Broadfoot... The hosts have the chance to level.

  19. Power pulls Kilmarnock back into it...

    Ross County 1-2 Kilmarnock

    Alan Power doesn't score too often. That's just his second Killie goal since he joined the Ayrshire club three years ago.

    His first came in a 2-1 away win - at St Mirren in October 2018.

    Kilmarnock celebrate Alan Power's equalising goal in Dingwall
    Image caption: Kilmarnock celebrate Alan Power's equalising goal in Dingwall