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Live Reporting

Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Watch the highlights

    BBC Scotland

    That's all from us, but you can see the highlights from today's top-flight games tonight on the BBC Scotland channel starting at 19:30.

    It's repeated at 23:25 on BBC One Scotland.

  2. Lennon rages about team leak

    FT: Celtic 0-2 Rangers

    A reminder that Rangers got the day rolling with a win in the game of the day, beating reigning champions Celtic 2-0 on their own patch to open up a four-point gap at the top.

    Celtic have a game in hand, but manager Neil Lennon was most unhappy with a leak of his starting XI before kick-off.

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    Video caption: Celtic team leak 'disgusting', says Lennon
  3. McInnes wants Dons to be more clinical

    FT: Dundee United 0-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes refuses to blame a contentious penalty decision for his side's inability to break down a stubborn Dundee United - admitting the visitors should have worked the goalkeeper more.

    “We should be turning that performance into three points", he tells BBC Sportsound.

    "Performance was good, motivation was good, there's not a lot I could be critical about. But, with the number of shots and set-plays we had, we should be working the keeper a lot more."

    However, McInnes thought that it looked like United striker Lawrence Shankland has stopped a goal-bound effort with his hand.

    Derek McInnes
  4. 'No panic' as Accies drop behind Covid-hit Buddies

    St Mirren P-P Motherwell

    Hamilton drop to the bottom on goal difference behind a St Mirren side who had their game at home to Motherwell postponed just over an hour before kick-off.

    The Paisley club have been the worst-hit outfit and a third positive Covid-19 test left the club with eight available outfield players.

    St Mirren told the SPFL, which has launched an investigation, they could not fulfil the fixture after "a number of additional players" were required to self-isolate.

    They and Accies have now played the same number of games and Hamilton boss Brian Rice insists he is not panicking about the position they find themselves in.

    St Mirren Park
  5. Holt 'can't fault' beaten Livi players

    FT: Livingston 1-3 Kilmarnock

    Livingston head coach Gary Holt felt his side deserved something from their 3-1 defeat by Kilmarnock.

    "We started well, we played really well throughout the game, but goals cost you," he tells BBC Scotland. "The third is a sickener because we were in the ascendancy. The second one [penalty] is debatable.

    "Effort, desire, putting your body in, getting the ball up the park and creating chances - I can't fault them. But we have to be more professional when we've got the lead."

    Greg Kiltie celebrates after scoring Kilmarnock's third goal
    Image caption: A mistake from Robby McCrorie (grounded) gifted Kilmarnock a third goal
  6. Dyer 'proud' of Covid-hit squad

    FT: Livingston 1-3 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Alex Dyercouldn't hide his pride as his players returned from self isolation - and the loss of an early goal - to beat Livingston.

    "Overwhelmed, ecstatic," Dyer tells BBC Scotland. "They did everything we asked. They've only had a few days of training and they've come back and put in a performance like that.

    "They did the job well today and I'm very proud."

    Kilmarnock manager Alex Dyer (right)
    Image caption: Kilmarnock manager Alex Dyer (right) is delighted with his side's win
  7. Davidson lauds attacking threat

    FT: Hamilton 3-5 St Johnstone

    St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson enjoyed watching his team score five goals, adding to seven in midweek League Cup action, after four league games without one - and lift themselves off the foot of the Premiership.

    "It was one of those heart-attack games," he tells Sportsound. "I thought we started really well and it was great to get the first goal, we managed to score three. But, all credit to Hamilton, they kept fighting, they've got that spirit about them, they never get up.

    "Having to score five goals to win a game makes a change from the start of the season when we couldn't score. I'm delighted for the attacking players. They got their reward today."

    Stevie May celebrates
    Image caption: Stevie May (left) has scored five goals in two games
  8. 'At least we had a go' - Rice

    FT: Hamilton 3-5 St Johnstone

    Hamilton head coach Brian Rice took heart that this side threatened to come back from 3-0 down after being on the wrong end of an eight-goal thriller against St Johnstone that leaves them bottom of the Premiership table.

    "The priority is to win the game and get points on the board," he tells BBC Scotland. "We went for it. We were 3-0 down before we knew it, but at least we had a go.

    "At half-time, we thought we could get something out of it, we thought the next goal was important. But we needed to hold on for five minutes and give ourselves a chance to get the equaliser."

    Brian Rice
  9. Mellon satisfied with point and clean sheet

    FT: Dundee United 0-0 Aberdeen

    Dundee United manager Micky Mellon was happy to accept a point after being dominated by visitors Aberdeen.

    "It was a tough game, which we expected," he tells BBC Scotland. "We know we are coming into a league after being in the Championship for four years and against teams like Aberdeen we've got to show the qualities we showed today.

    "The resilience, the battling, defending your 18-yard box and try to be good on the turnovers or set-plays to get something out of it

    "We want to get better with the football, but in terms of the qualities needed, it was a good points and clean sheet and I couldn't fault the players."

    Dundee United manager Micky Mellon congratulates his goalkeeper
    Image caption: Micky Mellon was thankful to goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist
  10. Hibs and Dons squander chances

    With Celtic having lost at home, Hibs and Aberdeen had the chance to significantly narrow the gap between themselves and the side sitting second in the Premiership table.

    But both stuttered to a draw despite dominating their respective games.

    Aberdeen in particular had almost compete control against Dundee United but are six points behind Celtic, although they do have a game in hand.

    Hibs are two points better off but have played two more games than the Dons and one more than the reigning champions.

    Hibs striker Christian Doidge laments a late chance
    Image caption: Hibs striker Christian Doidge lamented a late chance
  11. Gerrard 'shocked' by Goldson double

    FT: Celtic 0-2 Rangers

    We heard earlier from a triumphant Rangers manager, Steven Gerrard, who confessed to being "shocked" by centre-back Connor Goldson's double.

    "But he's certainly capable," Gerrard told Sky Sports. "He’s starting to attack set-pieces now and is hungry to score.

    “His all-round performance was outstanding. Connor deserves the headlines he's going to get. He led us from the back and you could hear his voice throughout the game."

    On the significance of Rangers' victory, Gerrard adds: "It could be different because the last time we won here it was then the winter break and that ruined our rhythm and fluidity.

    “It was a really mature, experienced performance today, but we need more of that for the rest of the season. That is our biggest challenge - can we go the distance?"

    Rangers' Connor Goldson celebrates
  12. Celtic leak is 'disgusting', says Lennon

    FT: Celtic 0-2 Rangers

    It seems like an age ago that Rangers stretched their lead at the top of the table with a 2-0 win away to reigning champions Celtic and one wonders if Neil Lennon's has calmed down yet.

    Even before the news that Kieran Tierney was allowed out of self-isolation to play for Arsenal while Ryan Christie was not, the Celtic manager was seething about his starting line-up being leaked online last night

    "It’s not great," he told Sportsound. "Somebody within the club is doing us in, basically, and that’s disgusting. We’ll try to get to the bottom of it."

    Asked if it made his job more difficult, he added: "Of course it does. I keep talking about a sense of privacy around our club and it doesn’t seem to be the case with some people."

    Celtic manager Neil Lennon

    Championship, League One and League Two

    Scottish Championship

    Ayr United 2-1 Queen of the South

    Dunfermline Athletic 3-1 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Greenock Morton 1-0 Alloa Athletic

    Raith Rovers 3-0 Arbroath

    Scottish League One

    Airdrieonians 2-0 Peterhead

    Clyde 1-0 Partick Thistle

    Cove Rangers 3-1 East Fife

    Forfar Athletic 0-0 Dumbarton

    Montrose 1-3 Falkirk

    Scottish League Two

    Albion Rovers 1-3 Stenhousemuir

    Brechin City 1-5 Edinburgh City

    Cowdenbeath 0-3 Annan Athletic

    Stirling Albion 0-0 Queen's Park

    Stranraer 1-4 Elgin City

  14. FULL-TIME Ross County 0-0 Hibernian

    How have Hibs not won that? Ross County, having played the last 10 minutes plus stoppage time with 10 men, hold on for a point.

    Martin Boyle, Christian Doidge, Kevin Nisbet and Paul Hanlon all had chances to give the visitors all three points, but a combination of poor finishing and Ross Doohan leave them heading back to Easter Road frustrated.

  15. FULL-TIME Dundee United 0-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen miss the chance to overtake Hibs after they were unable to break down a stubborn Dundee United.

    The away side were aggrieved to see a penalty appeal waved away when the ball appeared to strike Lawrence Shankland's arm on the goal line.

    Goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist put in a strong performance, keeping the dominant visitors frustrated.

    United were unable to threaten much, but the points were shared.

    Dundee United Aberdeen
  16. CLOSE!

    Ross County 0-0 Hibernian

    Another chance for Hibs! Paul Hanlon heads an effort straight at Ross Doohan and then nods his follow-up wide.

    How haven't Hibs scored?!

  17. FULL-TIME Livingston 1-3 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock shrug off their recent Covid-19 troubles - and the loss of an early goal - to beat Livingston.

    Alex Dyer's side were back at full strength after almost an entire first-team squad were forced to self-isolate.

    Scott Pittman gave Livingston an early lead, but Aaron Tshibola and a Chris Burke penalty turned the tables.

    And a horror mistake from home goalkeeper Robbie McCrorie allowed Greg Kiltie to add a third.

    The sides were level on points before the game, but Kilmarnock now move up to fifth, while Livingston drop to eighth.

    Chris Burke, Aaron Tshibola and Greg Kiltie
    Image caption: Chris Burke, Aaron Tshibola and Greg Kiltie were all on the scoresheet for Kilmarnock

    Livingston 1-3 Kilmarnock

    More frustration for Livingston in the dying moments of this game as Jay Emmanuel-Thomas hits the ball off the crossbar.

  19. CLOSE!

    Ross County 0-0 Hibernian

    What a chance for Christian Doidge to win it for Hibs. He has a free header from a free-kick and he puts it over. Is that their last chance?

  20. FULL-TIME Hamilton Academical 3-5 St Johnstone

    What a thriller of a game, but it is St Johnstone who take the points against a Hamilton side who never seem to accept defeat.

    As it is, the Perth side take advantage of a quickfire treble at the start of the game.