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Live Reporting

Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    So, a Tony Watt-inspired Motherwell prove too strong for Ross County while Kevin Nisbet fires Hibernian to victory at Rugby Park.

    The win moves Hibs to within a point of second-placed Celtic in the Premiership table, having played two games more.

    No goals in Perth, as St Johnstone and Dundee United settle for a point apiece.

    We're back tomorrow with Aberdeen v Celtic (1200) and Rangers v Livingston (1500). Hope you can join us then.

    Thanks for your company, enjoy your Saturday night. Cheers.

  2. Sportscene coming up...

    Remember that Sportscene will have highlights and analysis of all of today's Premiership action.

    Tune in at 19:30 on the BBC Scotland channel.

  3. Penalty a 'double blow' for Killie

    FT: Kilmarnock 0-1 Hibernian

    Kilmarnock boss Alex Dyer also describes the decisive penalty for Hibs as a "double blow", insisting there was little, if any contact, and that the incident originated outside the box.

    Clevid Dikamona took a wild swipe at a long ball, with Christian Doidge going down after getting in front of the defender.

    Was there a touch? Was it inside the area? You'll be able to have a look on Sportscene.

    Hibs manager Jack Ross was a bit evasive when asked about it but did say there was "a noise".

    BBC Sportsound pundit Michael Stewart chipped in with: "I don't think it was a penalty kick - and I don't think Jack thinks it's a penalty either."

  4. Dyer awaits news on Dikamona injury

    FT: Kilmarnock 0-1 Hibernian

    Kilmarnock manager Alex Dyer tells BBC Scotland: "We're just waiting [for news on Clevid Dikamona's injury] and there's no update at the moment. We know that he's gone to hospital.

    "I think it was his foot and we know it's a bad one. I don't think there was much between the two sides and I think the penalty was outside [the box]."

    Clevid Dikamona suffered a serious injury against Hibernian
    Image caption: Clevid Dikamona suffered a serious injury against Hibernian
  5. Watt-age electrifies 'Well

    FT: Motherwell 4-0 Ross County

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Fir Park

    Tony Watt did everything for Motherwell today...a goal, an assist, won a penalty and cleared one off the line! I’ve just interviewed him for Sportscene and he says he enjoyed the clearance just as much, if not more, than the goal!

    Tony Watt
    Image caption: Tony Watt enjoyed a memorable afternoon in Motherwell's win
  6. County 'naivety' frustrates Kettlewell

    FT: Motherwell 4-0 Ross County

    Ross County manager Stuart Kettlewell told BBC Scotland: "There was just a real degree of naivety in the second half.

    "It's a real frustration for me. When we go behind, there seems to be a real softness in us.

    "We had numerous chances ourselves. Ross Stewart's had three that I would expect him to finish."

    Stuart Kettlewell
  7. Watt was unplayable - Robinson

    FT: Motherwell 4-0 Ross County

    Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson told BBC Scotland: "To put on a level of performance and [midfielder] Mark O'Hara playing at centre-half was outstanding.

    "Tony Watt was unplayable. If he keeps those fitness levels, energy and desire then we've got a really good centre-forward.

    "Devante Cole for someone who hasn't played for such a long time was very good. Overall, really, really pleased with the performance."

    Robinson added goalkeeper Trevor Carson's first-half injury "doesn't look good".

    Stephen Robinson
  8. Clean sheet 'something to build on' - Mellon

    FT: St Johnstone 0-0 Dundee United

    Dundee United manager Micky Mellon tells BBC Scotland: "I'm loathe to say we're pleased [with a draw] because everyone will think we came here for a point, but coming away from home you've got to respect points and clean sheets. I'm pleased we were able to do that.

    Dundee United's Ian Harkes holds off Murray Davidson
    Image caption: Dundee United's Ian Harkes holds off Murray Davidson

    "As a defensive unit they've given us something to build on."

  9. Ross delighted with Hibs victory

    FT: Kilmarnock 0-1 Hibernian

    Hibernian boss Jack Ross tells BBC Scotland: "I'm naturally delighted to come to a difficult venue against a team that's been in really good form, and win.

    "I'm really pleased with how we played today. It was a tough match and we had to show different sides of our character to win."

    Hibs boss Jack Ross
    Image caption: Jack Ross was delighted with his Hibs side

    "Coming here today, I'd have taken any kind of victory and I think we deserved the one we got."

  10. 'Frustrated' but 'happy' - Davidson

    FT: St Johnstone 0-0 Dundee United

    St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson tells BBC Scotland: "After 10 minutes we performed to a really high level. Our players were great, moved the ball quickly and created chances. Their goalkeeper has made two or three really good saves to keep them in the game.

    David Wotherspoon and Lawrence Shankland after the 0-0 draw

    "It's frustrating for us, but what I'm happy with is the clean sheet. This season, often we've dominated at home but conceded late."

  11. Premiership reaction

    Reaction from all three of this afternoon's top-flight matches coming up...


    League Two results

    League One results

    Championship results

    Premiership results
  16. FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 0-1 Hibernian

  17. FULL-TIME Motherwell 4-0 Ross County

    A comfortable win for Motherwell, with their three second-half goals really taking them beyond Ross County's reach.

    Tony Watt excelled with the opener, winning the penalty for Mark O'Hara's second and heading a Ross Stewart effort off the line before setting up Devante Cole's fourth goal after Callum Lang got the third.

    Motherwell celebrate
  18. FULL-TIME Motherwell 4-0 Ross County

  19. Can Hibs hold on?

    Kilmarnock 0-1 Hibernian

    Will Hibs see out the closing minutes to secure all three points at Rugby Park? Or will Kilmarnock find a late, late equaliser?

  20. FULL-TIME St Johnstone 0-0 Dundee United

    Dundee United missed the chance to climb into fifth in the Scottish Premiership as they shared a draw with St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park.

    But the result will frustrate the hosts more who had the bulk of the chances but failed to take advantage.

    David Wotherspoon, Craig Bryson, Scott Tanser and Jason Kerr all sent good efforts wide for the home side. And Saints had a late header from Murray Davidson well saved by United goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist.

    With Motherwell beating Ross County, Callum Davidson's side fall to 10th in the league table.

    St Johnstone v Dundee United