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Live Reporting

Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    What a night, eh? Hamilton Accies are all but relegated following a narrow defeat in Dingwall.

    Brian Rice's side will need a nine-goal victory against Kilmarnock on Sunday to pull off the unthinkable.

    For Killie, they will hope that Ross County lose to Motherwell and they do the business against Accies to be spared the nerve-shredding relegation play-offs.

    County need a point to avoid the play-off and retain their top flight status.

    Rangers are one game away from an unbeaten league season, while Hibernian secured third place with victory at Pittodrie.

    And Scott Brown's last game at Celtic Park as Celtic skipper was a winning one - as Celtic coasted to a 4-0 win against St Johnstone.

    Thanks for your company, remember to watch Sportscene on BBC One Scotland at 22:45. We'll be back for the final round of Premiership games at the weekend. Cheers.

  2. Glass aims to strengthen Dons

    FT: Aberdeen 0-1 Hibernian

    Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass tells BBC Scotland: "I am a little bit frustrated. The performance was right up there. I think the threat they carried looked like a team that were doing what we asked them to do.

    "We are going to try to do our business next season to get to where we want to be. The reason for me arriving in April was to evaluate.

    "A lot of decisions have to be made on players. We will certainly add quality and the future looks bright."

  3. 'We need to embrace the Championship'

    FT: Ross County 2-1 Hamilton Accies

    Hamilton Accies boss Brian Rice adds: "I told them to be brave and they were brave. Everyone in that dressing room is on their knees because they know what they put into the game. To not even draw the game is disappointing but to lose it, that's just football.

    "We had the best player by a hundred miles in Jamie Hamilton tonight. Fantastic talent, absolutely sensational he was tonight. If we can keep a hold of them [young players] we can improve, but we just need to go and embrace the Championship."

  4. 'We just couldn't get over the line'

    FT: Ross County 2-1 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton Academical manager Brian Rice tells BBC Scotland: "I thought we played very, very well. We just couldn't get over the line. We're so disappointed. Disappointed is an understatement, we're absolutely devastated. But the players gave it everything they had and you saw a team playing exceptionally well but it just wasn't enough."

  5. Ross hails Hibs achievement

    FT: Aberdeen 0-1 Hibernian

    Hibernian head coach Jack Ross tells BBC Scotland: “This achievement [finishing third] should not be downplayed. It’s the first time since 2005 we have finished in that position. It’s only the fifth time in my lifetime.

    “We should be aiming to finish in that position year-on-year but the group should take pride in what they have achieved.

    “We need to be a club that comes to venues like this and wins. That’s what I want to do with Hibs. Coming here and winning to finish third feels fitting."

  6. Tonight's Premiership results

    Scottish Premiership results
  7. Relieved Hughes praises Hamilton

    FT: Ross County 2-1 Hamilton Academical

    Ross County manager John Hughes tells BBC Scotland: "I felt Hamilton were the better team for long periods of the game.

    "To go a goal down, stick in, trust each other and dig it out I'm absolutely delighted for them.

    "Hamilton have been different class in the Premiership for a number of years, they've got something about them and if I could get that spirit and never-say-die attitude here on a more regular basis I would take that."

  8. Scottish Premiership table

    This is how the table looks after the dust has settled on a pulsating night of Premiership action.

    • Rangers are one game away from an unbeaten league season
    • Hibernian secure third place with victory at Aberdeen
    • Hamilton are all but relegated after loss in Dingwall
    • Kilmarnock & Ross County vie to avoid relegation play-off
    Scottish Premiership table
  9. Hibs' third-place delight

    FT: Aberdeen 0-1 Hibernian

    Hibs' victory at Pittodrie means the Easter Road club will finish third in the Scottish Premiership for the first time since 2004/05.

    It's also the fifth time in 45 years they have finished in this position.

    Their season could become historic in 10 days time when they face St Johnstone in the Scottish Cup final. Hibs last won the competition in 2016.

  10. Brown will be 'sorely missed' - Kennedy

    FT: Celtic 4-0 St Johnstone

    Speaking to BBC Sportsound, interim Celtic manager John Kennedy paid tribute to outgoing captain Scott Brown: "It was a very good, high level performance from us. Got good goals and it could have been more. Once we got by our slow start I thought we were really good and it was a great send off for Scott.

    "He's not the emotional type but inside I think he's probably feeling it. He's stepping away from what's been a huge part of his life but we send him on with our best regards because he's been nothing but magnificent for this club. He's been a breath of fresh air ever since he came and has grown in stature as a player and taken on the captaincy to a new level. He'll be sorely missed."

    John Kennedy and Scott Brown

    Asked whether he expects an imminent managerial appointment, Kennedy replied: "It's got to the stage now where it's been so long now that we're probably expecting something beyond the last game of the season.

    "There's been an element of frustration from the supporters but it's not being done out of any bad faith it's because we're going through the process properly and making sure they do the right thing at the right time."

  11. FULL-TIME Ross County 2-1 Hamilton Accies

    Hamilton Accies' seven-year stay in the top flight is coming to an end as they're effectively relegated from the Premiership following tonight's defeat in Dingwall.

    Kilmarnock's draw with St Mirren means Hamilton can still catch the Ayrshire side, but they need a nine-goal win when the sides meet on Sunday.

    Meanwhile, County need a point to avoid the play-off place.

  12. FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 3-3 St Mirren

    What an incredible game at Rugby Park. It will go to the wire - on Sunday - for Kilmarnock to learn their fate.

    They're spared automatic relegation but face a stern test to leapfrog Ross County and avoid the relegation play-off.

  13. Ross County 2-1 Hamilton Academical

    Goalkeeper Kyle Gourlay handles the ball outside the box, coughing up a late free-kick which Ross County will take an age to take...

    but Iain Vigurs balloons an effort over the bar.

  14. FULL-TIME Aberdeen 0-1 Hibernian

    Jack Ross' Hibernian secure third place in the Premiership following a narrow victory at Pittodrie.

  15. CLOSE!

    Ross County 2-1 Hamilton Academical

    Ross County break down the left, but Harry Paton puts his shot into the side netting. Hamilton Accies need to find a goal to avoid being relegated tonight...

  16. ADDED TIME

    Aberdeen 0-1 Hibernian

    Three minutes of added time at Pittodrie.

  17. GOAL Kilmarnock 3-3 St Mirren

    Quaner

    This is utterly incredible.

    Colin Quaner taps home from a yard out to haul St Mirren level again.

    Given the result in Dingwall, Kilmarnock are still pretty much safe from automatic relegation given their massive goal difference advantage over Hamilton.

    It's raining goals at Rugby Park...

    St Mirren goal
  18. GOAL Kilmarnock 3-2 St Mirren

    Greg Kiltie

    WOW!

    A thumping effort from Greg Kiltie nearly takes the net off and Kilmarnock are back in pole position.

    They won't be going down automatically as things stand.

    Kilmarnock goal