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Dundee 0-0 Kilmarnock

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Ten-man Dundee stopped their losing streak as they held on for a goalless Ladbrokes Premiership draw with Kilmarnock at Dens Park.

Neil McCann's bottom side were forced to hang on for the last five minutes after captain Darren O'Dea was ordered off by referee Willie Collum for a second yellow-card offence.

But the Taysiders at least prevented a sixth straight league defeat by digging deep to halt their recent slump, although they had the crossbar to thank for keeping out Eammon Brophy's late header.

Dundee...

Steven MacLean fires St Johnstone to victory at Hibs

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Steven MacLean handed St Johnstone a first victory in seven matches with an injury-time winner in a dramatic finish at Hibs.

Murray Davidson's 74th-minute header for the visitors was cancelled out by Anthony Stokes' controversial penalty in stoppage time, but MacLean struck with literally the last kick of the game to earn a much-needed three points in a 2-1 win for Tommy Wright's side.

Hibs had gone into the game brimming with confidence after winning four on the spin but Neil Lennon's charges paid...

Ten-man Hamilton shock Rangers to win at Ibrox

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Former Rangers winger David Templeton was on target as Hamilton recorded their first league victory at Ibrox since 1926.

Templeton accepted a gift from Ross McCrorie to open the scoring inside two minutes of the second half and Darren Lyon netted his second first-team goal on a breakaway 10 minutes from time.

Hamilton finished the match with 10 men as Alex Gogic was sent off in stoppage time.

The 2-0 victory was Hamilton's first win over Rangers since Adrian Sprott scored a famous cup winner at Ibrox...

Aberdeen 0-2 Motherwell

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Motherwell striker Louis Moult scored twice as the visitors secured a 2-0 Ladbrokes Premiership triumph at Pittodrie on Saturday.

Moult - a summer transfer target for the Dons - netted either side of half-time to take his individual tally against them this season to four in three games.

The result provided Well with a boost in confidence ahead of next weekend's League Cup final against Celtic.

In a first half largely devoid of any real quality, Aberdeen were first to threaten. Andrew Considine did well...

Leigh Griffiths free kick enough to see Celtic past Ross County

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Substitute Leigh Griffiths' sizzling second-half free kick was enough to beat Ross County 1-0 and extend Celtic's own British unbeaten domestic record to 64 games.

The Scottish Premiership leaders had found the Staggies difficult to break down at the Global Energy stadium in Dingwall.

After the hour mark Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers turned to the bench for help from the Scotland striker, who came on with Jonny Hayes.

And when Griffiths got his opportunity from a free-kick in 77 minutes, he curled it...