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By Andy Campbell

1655: Well, that's it for another weekend of Scottish Premier League drama.

Defeats for Hearts and Dundee United allow Aberdeen, Hibernian and Motherwell to boost their chances of making Europe while Inverness strengthen their push for survival as Kilmarnock's winless run in the league stretches to 11 matches.

No shortage of controversy either with two red cards in the Edinburgh derby and a penalty claim denied at a pivotal moment at Fir Park.

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Inverness 2-1 Kilmarnock

The Highlanders move four points clear of SPL bottom club Falkirk, with the Bairns now having a game in hand. Killie still looking for their first league win since December.


Motherwell 2-1 Dundee United

United miss the chance to close the gap on third-place Hearts as Motherwell maintain their hopes of securing fourth place in the Scottish Premier League.


Aberdeen 1-0 Hamilton

The Dons end their jinx against Hamilton with a first victory over the Accies this season. Three valuable points for Jimmy Calderwood's side in their quest for a European place.

"It's been a very poor game."
BBC Scotland pundit Scott Davie sums up the dreary afternoon at Pittodrie.

1646: Motherwell goal hero David Clarkson is booked for simulation following a challenge by Mihael Kovacevic.

1645: "It's circle-of-wagons time here at Inverness."
BBC Radio Scotland pundit John Robertson evokes images of the Wild West as Kilmarnock press for an equaliser

1644: Kilmarnock's Danny Invincibile shoots over from 16 yards as the visitors press forward to grab a late leveller at the Caledonian Stadium.

1643: "Motherwell need to push up. They're defending far too deep."
BBC Scotland pundit Murdo MacLeod at Fir Park

1641: We're entering the closing stages now when a single goalcould change everything.

1636: "Ask Chick what does he mean when he said the goalkeeper had 'no right to save it'. He's the goalie for goodness' sake! It's the daftest thing I've ever heard." An anonymous text to 80295

1635: John Sutton misses an excellent chance to seal victory for Motherwell as, with only the keeper to beat, the striker rolls a shot wide of goal.

1632: "I don't know if the wind has picked up here, but it's making it very difficult for the players."
BBC Scotland pundit Steve Cowan at Pittodrie

1631: "United boss Craig Levein is going off his head. He wanted a free-kick and the ball goes to the other end and Motherwell score."
BBC Radio Scotland pundit Murdo MacLeod at Fir Park

1630: GOAL

Motherwell 2-1 Dundee United

After Danny Swanson has a penalty claim denied, Motherwell go straight to the other end and David Clarkson sends a looping header over United keeper Lukasz Zaluska to give the home side the lead for a second time.

1629: Chris Maguire's angled shot hits the side netting as Hamilton survive another scare at Pittodrie.

1628: "It's anyone's game and both sides are going all-out for the three points."
BBC Radio Scotland's pundit Murdo MacLeod at Fir Park

1627: "Has Jack Ross a chance to be picked in George Burley's squad?" Tom by text to 80295

1626: "I think if the final whistle went now, Inverness would be delighted as their performance has dipped."
BBC Radio Scotland pundit Brian Irvine at the Caledonian Stadium

1624: Dundee United midfielder Morgaro Gomis is booked after an angry exchange with Motherwell full-back Paul Quinn.

1623: But wait, there's some action on the park as Jamie Smith crosses for Chris Maguire and the striker's header is blocked by an excellent save by Hamilton goalkeeper Tomas Cerny.

1621: The match at Pittodrie is so dull that BBC Radio Scotland commentator Scott Davie has taken to reading out the latest scores from all of the matches north and south of the border.

1619: Kilmarnock midfielder Mehdi Taouil has been sent on as a replacement for Gavin Skelton. Manager Jim Jefferies will be hoping the playmaker can unlock the Inverness defence with Killie still trailing at the Caledonian Stadium.

1618: "Two magnificent saves from Smith, but then he flaps at a corner. That's the area of his game he still needs to work on."
BBC Radio Scotland pundit Murdo MacLeod

1617: Motherwell goalkeeper Graeme Smith makes a superb save from Danny Swanson's dipping volley from the edge of the box and then Paul Caddis is foiled by Smith at the near post.

1615: Hamilton striker Kenny Deuchar comes off the bench to replace Paul McGowan as Accies go in search of a leveller at Pittodrie.

1612: Stephen Hammell's corner lands at the feet of Motherwell team-mate Brian McLean at the back post but, seemingly caught by surprise, the defender's effort sails high and wide of the target.

1611: Aberdeen striker Chris Maguire almost grabs his second of the day with a header from inside the penalty box, but the ball drifts wide of the mark. Could that miss come back to haunt the Dons?

1610: "That was Chick Young shouting 'oh, ya beuaty!' when the cream doughnuts came." Alisdair fae Tillicoultry on the text to 80295

1607: GOAL

Motherwell 1-1 Dundee United

Dundee United substitute Francisco Sandaza slams the ball into the back of the net after Paul Caddis' inswinging corner causes mayhem in the Motherwell penalty area.

1604: Kilmarnock midfielder Gavin Skelton comes close for the visitors in the opening 30 seconds of the second half at the Caledonian Stadium.

1603: Francisco Sandaza has replaced Jon Daly for Dundee United at the start of the second half. Can he get a crucial equaliser for the Tangerines?

1602: The matches have re-started in Motherwell and Aberdeen but the players are yet to re-emerge from the tunnel in Inverness.

1555: So, at half-time all the home sides are in front but it's still tight at the Caledonian Stadium, Fir Park and Pittodrie. Just one more goal at any of these grounds could have major implications for the SPL standings.

1551: "What a second half we are going to have. That goal came out of nothing, but the game is in the balance now."
BBC Radio Scotland pundit Brian Irvine at the Caledonian Stadium


Inverness 2-1 Kilmarnock

1548: GOAL

Inverness 2-1 Kilmarnock

Garry Hay's corner is headed into the net by Simon Ford to bring Kilmarnock back into the match.


Motherwell 1-0 Dundee United


Aberdeen 1-0 Hamilton

1543: Hamilton's Joel Thomas has a chance to equalise with a well-timed effort, but Aberdeen captain Scott Severin blocks the shot and the chance is lost.

1542: "If Killie go in at half-time 2-0 down, Jim Jefferies will have to have a few harsh words for his players to get a reaction."
BBC Radio Scotland pundit Brian Irvine at the Caledonian Stadium

1538: Cillian Sheridan goes clean through on the Dundee United goal and his shot beats goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska but defender Garry Kenneth gets back to make a remarkable clearance inches from the goal-line.

1536: It's all gone quiet on My Sport, come on folks, get involved. Join the debate

1534: Motherwell's Paul Quinn slices a shot wide from inside the penalty area and the ball goes out for a throw-in!

1532: So it's the home sides who are winning so far in today's fixtures. Can the away sides buck the trend?

1527: GOAL

Aberdeen 1-0 Hamilton

Chris McGuire catches out goalkeeper Tomas Cerny with a low shot from 23 yards out.

1526: GOAL

Motherwell 1-0 Dundee United

Jim O'Brien's cross finds John Sutton in the middle and the deftest of touches from the striker is enough to carry it past Lukasz Zaluska and into the net.

1525: We've gone 25 minutes at Pittodrie without a single effort at goal from either Aberdeen or Hamilton. Accies may well keep their unbeaten record against the Dons.

1524: Dundee United defender Garry Kenneth requires treatment on a head wound at Fir Park.

1522: GOAL

Inverness 2-0 Kilmarnock

Ian Black makes it a quick one-two for Inverness with a free-kick that swirled in the wind and evaded everyone in the penalty box before nestling in the back of the net.

1520: "This game will open up as soon as we get the first goal."
BBC Radio Scotland pundit Murdo MacLeod at Fir Park

1519: GOAL

Inverness 1-0 Kilmarnock

Richie Foran beats Kilmarnock goalkeeper Alan Combe to a ball into the box to head Inverness ahead at the Caledonian Stadium.

1518: This could be a pivotal weekend in the quest for European and top six places while at the bottom of the table, the fight to stay in the SPL could get really interesting.

1516: "It is a bit like pinball. Nobody who has the ball has it secure although Kilmarnock could have been 2-0 up with more sharpness in front of goal."
BBC Radio Scotland pundit Brian Irvine as Inverness and Kilmarnock struggle with the elements

1515: It's a quiet start to the match at Pittodrie with no goal-mouth incidents so far.

1514: Dundee United striker Jon Daly sweeps the ball over the Motherwell crossbar.

1512: Cillian Sheridan drives a low shot towards the Dundee United goal but goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska blocks well and the home side are unable to trouble Zaluska on the rebound.

1511: "We're not getting the opportunity to see too much good football being played from the back."
BBC Radio Scotland commentator John Barnes at Fir Park

1510: The much-maligned Fir Park surface also looks poor again today.

1509: "It's a very hard surface here, quite bouncy and not a lot of grass on the park."
BBC Scotland commentator Scott Davie at Pittodrie

1508: "The wind is howling in from the Moray Firth."
BBC Radio Scotland commentator Liam McLeod as he battles to be heard against the elements at the Caledonian Stadium

1504: Craig Bryson misses an early chance for Kilmarnock against Inverness after being clean through on goal.

1503: Motherwell striker John Sutton curls a beautiful 25-yard shot just wide. Impressive start from the home side at Fir Park

1502: Remember, you can join in the discussion on My Sport Join the debate

1500: And we're off!

1458: Inverness have the chance to move four points clear of SPL bottom club Falkirk, who do not play this weekend.

1456: Aberdeen and United will be looking to close the gap on Hearts after the Tynecastle side's defeat to Hibernian at Easter Road. Motherwell are also still hopeful of securing a European place.

1455: Dundee United lost 4-0 at home to Motherwell in January and the season's first meeting of the two sides ended in a draw.

1453: Aberdeen have lost their two previous encounters with Hamilton this season while Inverness have a 100% SPL record against today's opponents Kilmarnock.

1450: Team news from the Caledonian Stadium:

Inverness CT: Esson, Tokely, Munro, Mihadjuks, Djebi-Zadi, Proctor, Black, Kerr, Foran, Rooney, Imrie.
Subs: Fraser, McBain, Morais, Barrowman, Hastings, Duff, Vigurs.

Kilmarnock: Combe, Clancy, Ford, Lilley, Hay, Hamill, Pascali, Bryson, Skelton, Kyle, Invincibile. Subs: Rascle, Taouil, Murray, Fernandez, O'Leary, Flannigan, Nolan.

Referee: M Tumilty

1449: Team news from Fir Park:

Motherwell: Graeme Smith, Quinn, Brian McLean, Craigan, Reynolds, Hammell, O'Brien, Klimpl, Hughes, Sheridan, Sutton.Subs: Krysiak, Clarkson, Lasley, Fitzpatrick, McGarry, Malcolm, Murphy.

Dundee Utd: Zaluska, Kovacevic, Wilkie, Kenneth, Dixon, Caddis, Gomis, Buaben, Wesolowski, Daly, Feeney. Subs: McGovern, Dillon, Sandaza, Shala, Swanson, Conway, David Robertson.

Referee: I Brines

1448: Team news from Pittodrie:

Aberdeen: Langfield, Vidal, Mair, Diamond, Mulgrew, Jamie Smith, Severin, Kerr, Aluko, Maguire, Wright. Subs: Bossu, Foster, Mackie, Young, Duff, Considine, Paton.

Hamilton: Cerny, McMillan, McLaughlin, Canning, Gibson, Neil, McGowan, McArthur, McCarthy, Thomas, Lyle. Subs: Murdoch, Deuchar, Offiong, Swailes, Quinn, Gillepsie, Evans.

Referee: E Norris

1446: Afternoon all, Andy Campbell here. Many thanks to Thomas McGuigan for guiding us through a pulsating Edinburgh derby. Let's see if the 3pm kick-offs can serve up as much excitement.

By Thomas McGuigan

1441: A thoroughly enjoyable Edinburgh derby to get our day of SPL football off to a cracking start - with Hibs running out deserved winners. I'm going to pass the baton to my esteemed colleague Andy Campbell and he will guide you through the rest of today's games.



Hibs clinch only their second Edinburgh derby win in 10 games and Mixu Paatelainen has his first since taking over as manager.

1428: "Hibs are really toiling but somehow, they're holding their line." BBC Radio Scotland commentator David Begg

1427: Steven Fletcher launches the ball forward as Hibs look to hang on.

1426: Three minutes of injury-time will be added. Nervous wait for the Hibs fans.

1423: "We're in the nervous 90s in cricketing terms." BBC Radio Scotland commentator David Begg

1421: Christian Nade, Hibernian's most impressive defender today, sends a header against Grzegorz Szamotulski's crossbar. The Hearts striker doesn't look like he's going to score today...

Only another five minutes for Hibs to hold out for their first Edinburgh derby win under Mixu Paatelainen.

1420: "About time there was an up tempo derby. They all tend to be boring these days. good on the ref for livening things up." BandrewArrie on My Sport Join the debate

1419: "Can I vote for referee Charlie Richmond for man of the match?" Dan in Edinburgh, via text on 80295, perhaps to practise his stand-up routine for The Fringe...

1416: Hearts fans behind Grzegorz Szamotulski's goal give the goalkeeper pelters after the Pole leaves the goal-kick duties to team-mate Chris Hogg.

1413: Hearts defender Lee Wallace arrows a ball down the left-hand side straight out for a goal-kick. The visitors look devoid of ideas at the moment. There's about 13 minutes remaining.

1412: Former Hibs midfielder Michael Stewart is booed by the home fans as he trots off to be replaced by Adrian Mrowiec.

1410: "He looked offside but Fletcher should've scored." BBC Radio Scotland pundit Allan Preston

1409: Steven Fletcher misses the chance to get his and Hibs's second goal as Jamie MacDonald comfortably saves his shot after the striker outpaced the Hearts defence.

1407: Hearts manager Csaba Laszlo urges his players on from the dugout. He's got about 20 minutes to save his unbeaten record in the Edinburgh derby.

1405: Midfielder Joe Keenan is introduced for Alan O'Brien as Hibs manager Mixu Paatelainen looks to get what could prove to be a crucial second goal.

1403: "Everyone should go on a referee course. Winning the ball first does not automatically make it a good tackle. And please stop people talking about the 'last man' rule. It's about clear goal-scoring opportunities, not who's last man." Fraser, from Dunblane, gets a few things off his chest, by text to 80295

1400: Steven Fletcher is unable to profit from Alan O'Brien's Forrest Gump-style run through the centre of the Hearts midfield.

The hosts have to settle for a corner. Fletcher and David Obua square up to each other as things hot up again at Easter Road.

Hibs build the pressure as they force two corners in quick succession. Jamie MacDonald looks nervous in the Hearts goal.

1357: Play is stopped to allow treatment for Hearts captain Robbie Neilson after a clash of heads with his opposite number Rob Jones. Just under half an hour remaining for Hearts to find an equaliser, or Hibs to make the points safe.

With the hapless Nade up front, the chances of Hearts breaching the Hibs defence appear remote.

1351: Hibs have failed to put substitute goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald under any real pressure in his first Edinburgh derby.

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1350: Not much in the way of goalmouth action in the opening seven minutes of the second half.

1348: "Not a great game skill-wise, but full of adrenaline, passion and incident. I'll stick with my 2-1 to Hearts prediction. Nade has to score now to make up for his misses." A_A (ilovebovril) on My Sport

1347: "Hibs want that second goal to give them a cushion. Hearts know that if they dig in, the chance will come." BBC Radio Scotland pundit Craig Paterson

1345: "I think Charlie Richmond's applying the netball rules today. No contact whatsoever." BBC Radio Scotland pundit Allan Preston

1343: I'm not sure whether the absence of Andrew Driver and Bruno Aguiar will blunt Hearts's attacking threat.

1342: The second half gets under way at Easter Road.

1341: Hibs manager Mixu Paatelainen shuffles his pack with David Van Zanten replacing Colin Nish.

1330: "This game sounds like madness. Quality." DavidAttenborough on My Sport Join the debate

It's utter bedlam!


1324: Hearts midfielder Michael Stewart sends in a shot, but Szamotulski is equal to it, tipping it onto the post and to safety. A superb save!

1323: "That was never a red card." BBC Radio Scotland pundit Allan Preston

1322: What a derby! A goal, two red cards, injuries - we've had everything.

I wouldn't be surprised if a lion ran onto the pitch when Fletcher's clean through and put the ball in his jaws before making good his escape!

1321: Christian Nade is chopped down by Sol Bamba as play rages towards the Hibs goal.


Bamba is sent-off.

1319: "Hibs now have to deal with the fact that they're favourites. They're ahead and they've got an extra man." BBC Radio Scotland pundit Craig Paterson

1318: "That was a clear goalscoring opportunity." BBC Radio Scotland commentator David Begg

1316: RED CARD

Hearts goalkeeper Janos Balogh receives his marching orders after chopping down Steven Fletcher as the striker bore down on goal.

Balogh isn't happy with referee Charlie Richmond's decision; Hearts boss Csaba Laszlo looks stunned.

Substitute goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald comes on for Bruno Aguiar for his first taste of the Edinburgh derby.

1313: Christian Nade stabs the ball at goal from six yards after being set up brilliantly by Lee Wallace. But his weak effort is snuffed out by Hibs captain Rob Jones.

That's been the story of the half. Hibs have taken their chance, but Hearts are badly lacking a cutting edge up front.

1310: Wallop! Lewis Stevenson wins the ball near the centre circle before crunching into Hearts midfielder Bruno Aguiar. That's the first blood and thunder challenge of the game.

Aguiar limps off for treatment and the opposing fans trade songs and wind-ups.

Five minutes until the interval and Hibs are looking good for their slender lead.

1307: Steven Fletcher harries Christos Karipidis and forces the Greek defender into conceding a corner - much to the annoyance of the Hearts fans behind the goal.

Derek Riordan's subsequent corner is flicked on by Steven Fletcher but no-one in green is able to force the ball home.

1305: Hibs manager Mixu Paatelainen looks tense over proceedings at Easter Road. Chewing gum as he paces his technical area, he's wearing the same expression as Kurt Russell in the film Tombstone, when he realises there's a storm coming...

1303: "I think you've got give Mixu a pat on the back. He's gone with football players in the middle of the park." BBC Radio Scotland pundit Allan Preston

1302: The Hearts defence are looking ill-at-ease with crosses into the box. When they won here in January, captain Christophe Berra was in superb form. But the Jambos look to be missing the presence of the big defender, who is now at Wolves.

1259: A big blow for Hearts. Andrew Driver, easily their best performer in the opening 25 minutes, has been taken off suffering from a hamstring strain. He's replaced by Saulius Mikoliunas.

Hibs, and Sol Bamba in particular, must be breathing a collective sigh of relief.

1258: "I'm at the game and Hibs are on top in this one. Creating more chances than the Jambos!" Donald, West Stand, Easter Road, by text to 80295

1254: Television replays show Hearts manager Csaba Laszlo looking fit to pop after Nade's miss. The Hungarian goes through his full repertoire of hand movements and facial expressions.

Nade had better atone for his miss or incur the wrath at half-time...

1252: Christian Nade spurns a great chance to equalise for Hearts. Sol Bamba initially did brilliantly to dispossess Andrew Driver, but his back-pass allowed Nade in and only a Ninja-like block by Szamotulski denies Hearts.

1250: Our colleague Colin, a big Hibs fan, is off work at the moment after an accident on his bike. He's got a 'stookie' on his right arm and I hope he didn't injury himself further after Fletcher's header!

1246: "I think he's headed it down off his shoulder. At least we've got a goal in the game, which is great." BBC Radio Scotland pundit Allan Preston

1245: GOAL

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Steven Fletcher sends a looping header into the net from Alan O'Brien's deep cross from the right.

Riordan's earlier shot seemed to spark the home side into life and the Hearts keeper Janos Balogh looks bewildered after losing that goal.

1244: "Tight game probably. Hearts to win 2-1." Licence on My Sport

I've went for 1-1 in the BBC Predictor League, with Steven Fletcher first scorer. I really need the points...

1242: "That for me is the shot of the season." BBC Radio Scotland commentator David Begg reflects on Riordan's piledriver

1241: Derek Riordan sends a howitzer of a shot towards the Hearts goal from about 25 yards, but the ball cannons back off the angle of post and bar and bounces to safety.

What a goal that would've been! Still goalless after 10 minutes, but the game is warming up nicely.

1240: "Yet another bland Scottish derby, most likely. Perhaps we'll have to wait on Dundee FC being promoted to the SPL before we see a passionate derby game played in the right manner." pedro mendes govan cruisader predicts some capital punishment

That's a bid harsh Pedro. It's been a good game so far!

1238: Andrew Driver sends another vicious cross into the Hibs penalty area but there are no takers. The visitors have started in impressive fashion.

1236: "Sol Bamba's having a nightmare, that's the second time Andrew Driver's gone by him far too easily." BBC Radio Scotland pundit Craig Paterson

Bamba is doing a good impression of Bambi on ice at right-back. Mixu Paatelainen doesn't look happy with what he's watching. Hardly any incursions into Hearts territory.

1235: Hearts nearly open the scoring inside four minutes. Andrew Driver dances down the left-hand side before sending in a low cross that Michael Stewart sends just wide of Grzegorz Szamotulski's near post.

1234: "It's typical derby fare early in the game. You can't get a touch." BBC Radio Scotland pundit Craig Paterson

The ball is taking a bit of pasting so far.

1232: We're under way at Easter Road.

1229: "I think Mixu needs to win this today and therefore Hibs will just edge out Hearts. Hope for a cracking game, if Hibs lose then I believe it will be bye bye Mixu!" (bigmc1_9) WGS - Legend on My Sport Join the debate

1228: Scotland manager George Burley is in the stands at Easter Road. Will he be running the rule over any players ahead of this month's crucial World Cup qualifier against the Netherlands.

1225: Hibs manager Mixu Paatelainen has just told BBC Scotland's Sportsound that he is confident ahead of today's derby, while his counterpart Csaba Laszlo believes there is no clear favourite for the clash.

1219: It looks like a beautiful day in the Scottish capital, with the sun splitting the sky over Easter Road.

A true case of Sunshine on Leith.

1207: Hibs captain Rob Jones recovers from a back injury to take his place in central defence, with Darren McCormack dropping out. Christian Nade starts for the visitors ahead of Adrian Mrowiec up front.

The last time the sides met at Easter Road, Hearts ran out worthy winners courtesy of goals in either half from Christian Nade and Gary Glen.

Steven Fletcher saw red that day in January for a late tackle on Christophe Berra.

Any predictions on My Sport for today's derby?

Let rip here

1201: TEAMS

Hibernian: Szamotulski, Bamba, Hogg, Jones, Stevenson, O'Brien, Rosa, Rankin, Riordan, Nish, Fletcher. Subs: Ma-Kalambay, van Zanten, Murray, Keenan, Thicot, Chisholm, Johansson.

Hearts: Balogh, Neilson, Karipidis, Jonsson, Lee Wallace, Obua, Stewart, Palazuelos, Driver, Aguiar, Nade. Subs: MacDonald, Mikoliunas, Mrowiec, Cesnauskis, Elliot, Zaliukas, McGowan.

Referee: C Richmond

1200: A warm good afternoon to one and all. Today is an Old Firm-free zone ahead of Sunday's Co-operative Insurance Cup final. Instead, we have the small matter of an Edinburgh derby to look forward to.

Hibs manager Mixu Paatelainen has yet to secure a derby victory since taking the managerial reins at Easter Road.

Hearts manager Csaba Laszlo has steered his side to third spot in the SPL, where they hold a five-point lead over nearest challengers Dundee United.

Then, at three o'clock, we have Aberdeen v Hamilton, Inverness CT against Kilmarnock and Motherwell host Dundee United.

So, find a comfy spot on the couch; get the kettle on and join us in cyberspace as we enjoy an action-packed day of SPL action.

As usual, BBC Radio Scotland will provide commentaries from all the games which you can tune into via this website.

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