Goals from Anthony Stokes and John Guidetti helped Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic to a 2-1 win over Dundee - but not before another anxious finale at Parkhead.
Paul Hartley's enterprising side were a match for their hosts in the first half but fell behind a minute before the interval when Stokes headed in a Kris Commons free-kick.
When fellow striker Guidetti scored his 10th goal since arriving on loan from Manchester City in the 54th minute it looked like the home side would cruise to three points.
Virgil van Dijk's last-minute goal earned 10-man Celtic a 2-1 victory over Aberdeen at Pittodrie in a Scottish Premiership contest that was laced with controversy.
Celtic captain Scott Brown was sent off in a bad-tempered affair which was preceded by a disrupted Remembrance Sunday silence.
Aberdeen went ahead in the 27th minute when Adam Rooney netted from close range following some unconvincing goalkeeping from Lukasz Zaluska, who started after Craig Gordon suffered a neck injury.
Stefan Johansen capitalised...