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Caley closing in on European spot

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Inverness are just one win away from playing European football next season following their 2-1 Scottish Premiership victory over Dundee United on Tuesday night.

John Hughes' side need to beat Dundee at Dens Park on Saturday to seal continental qualification for the first time in their history.

A goal from Edward Ofere and a wonder-strike from Danny Williams cancelled out Robbie Muirhead's opener, giving Inverness a seven-point cushion over United and St Johnstone with nine points to play for.

Caley...

 By PA Sport

Celtic boss Ronny Deila eyeing next season after sealing title

Ronny Deila secured his first Scottish Premiership title as Celtic boss then immediately looked to repeat the feat next season.

Dundee United's 1-0 win over nearest challengers Aberdeen at Tannadice rendered the Hoops uncatchable at the top of the table, 11 points clear with three games remaining and they will travel to Pittodrie next Sunday with their fourth consecutive championship in the bag.

Boyce goal bad news for Motherwell

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Liam Boyce kept Motherwell deep in relegation danger as the Ross County striker's equaliser at Fir Park maintained the visitors' six-point lead in the race to avoid a play-off.

Boyce netted his fifth goal in four games with four minutes of the first half remaining to earn County a 1-1 Scottish Premiership draw.

Scott McDonald had given Motherwell a 20th-minute lead and the hosts were looking comfortable but some poor decision-making from centre-back Mark O'Brien - who was in for the injured Louis Laing...

Hamilton fight back at Kilmarnock

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Hamilton came from behind to beat Kilmarnock 3-2 and consign the struggling Rugby Park men to their sixth successive Scottish Premiership defeat.

Killie defender Lee Ashcroft headed the home side into the lead in the eighth minute but a poacher's goal by Accies' striker Jason Scotland had the scores level at the break.

Hamilton midfielder Darian MacKinnon put the visitors ahead in the 65th minute before substitute Nigel Hasselbaink added a third soon afterwards.

Killie substitute Greg Kiltie reduced...

St Johnstone 1-1 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

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A late header from substitute Brian Graham earned St Johnstone a 1-1 Scottish Premiership draw at home to 10-man Inverness at McDiarmid Park on Saturday.

Danny Swanson hit the crossbar early on and Michael O'Halloran missed two good chances either side of half-time before Aaron Doran gave the visitors a second-half lead with an excellent finish.

But Graham's late intervention denied Inverness victory and David Raven's late red card for a second yellow card meant they had to endure a nervous few minutes...