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Celtic held by St Johnstone after European success

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A much-changed Celtic side failed to hit their European heights as St Johnstone held them to a goalless Scottish Premiership draw at Parkhead.

Manager Brendan Rodgers made seven changes to the team that started the 1-0 win over Zenit St. Petersburg on Thursday night and they produced a disjointed performance in the first half.

The champions initially stepped up the pace after the break, but there was no onslaught and St Johnstone held out for a welcome point.

Celtic finished the afternoon nine points...

 By PA Sport

Josh Windass' hat trick leads Rangers over Hamilton

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Josh Windass scored a hat trick as Rangers moved back up to second in the Scottish Premiership following a 5-3 comeback victory over Hamilton at the SuperSeal Stadium.

The first half turned out to be a six-goal thriller as Rangers took command thanks to Windass' brace and strikes from Alfredo Morelos and Jamie Murphy.

Hamilton, who led early through Darren Lyon's strike and briefly levelled the score at 2-2 after David Templeton netted, limited the damage after the break.

But the hosts remain second-bottom...

Hibernian 2-0 Aberdeen

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Hibernian bolstered their hopes of being crowned best of the rest in the Ladbrokes Premeirship as goals from Martin Boyle and Florian Kamberi secured a richly-deserved 2-0 triumph over Aberdeen.

Following a fairly even first period, in which clear opportunities were at a premium, the hosts completely dominated after the break. And, once Boyle broke the deadlock, the Dons never looked likely to mount a comeback.

Indeed, only the saves of Freddie Woodman stopped the visitors from suffering a more comprehensive...

Partick Thistle 1-2 Dundee

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Simon Murray opened his Dundee account with two late goals to hand Neil McCann's Dark Blues a dramatic 2-1 win over Partick Thistle at the Energy Check Stadium.

Conor Sammon's seventh goal in as many games had put Alan Archibald's team ahead three minutes before the break.

But they could not hang on as Murray struck twice in the final five minutes to hand the Dens outfit a precious win.

The result now sees them climb to eighth - seven points in front of the automatic relegation spot - and leave Thistle...

Motherwell 0-1 Kilmarnock

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Kilmarnock took a major step towards sealing a top-six place as Stephen O'Donnell's long-range strike earned them a 1-0 victory at Motherwell.

The right-back struck from 25 yards in the 34th minute and Killie held firm as Motherwell continued to dominate possession and territory.

Killie generally restricted crosses going into their box from general play and withstood 13 corners to move three points ahead of Motherwell in sixth spot in the Ladbrokes Premiership with two games in hand on the Lanarkshire...