Kilmarnock v Rangers

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Summary

  1. Kilmarnock will clinch Europa League place as it stands
  2. Celtic 1-1 Hearts – Johnston gives hosts lead & Mulraney levels after Bain error
  3. Hibernian 1-1 Aberdeen – McNulty gives hosts lead; Cosgrove levels
  4. Kilmarnock 1-0 Rangers – Burke skids past Foderingham
  5. Lennon’s Celtic to receive championship trophy after dress rehearsal for Scottish Cup final
  6. Dembele, 16, makes Celtic debut

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. ‘Rocket for Rangers at half-time’

    Kilmarnock 1-0 Rangers

    Billy Dodds

    Former Rangers striker on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Foderingham did brilliantly, he got a full hand on the ball and palmed it away. I think Mulumbu thinks he’s scoring. He thinks ‘I’m round him and rolling it into the net’. From nowhere Foderginham threw out a hand. Incredible. Rangers look like they’ve had a rocket at half-time

    Foderingham did brilliantly, he got a full hand on the ball and palmed it away. I think Mulumbu thinks he’s scoring. He thinks ‘I’m round him and rolling it into the net’. From nowhere Foderginham threw out a hand. Incredible. Rangers look like they’ve had a rocket at half-time

  2. Dembele, 16, on for Celtic debut

    Celtic 1-0 Hearts

    Karamoko Dembele gets a warm reception on his first Celtic appearance as he replaces Oliver Burke.

    There’s been quite a buzz around the Celtic kid for a few years now. The 16-year-old’s parents were born in the Ivory Coast, he was born in London but spent most of his life growing up in Glasgow.

    He has represented Scotland at youth level but is currently in the England set-up. Maybe Kieran Tierney, James Forrest and Callum McGregor need to have a word…

  3. Post update

    Kilmarnock 1-0 Rangers

    So close to a second goal for Kilmarnock.

    A deflected shot leaves Youssouf Mulumbu with only Wes Foderingham to beat, but Rangers’ goalkeeper saves well at the midfielder’s feet and recovers to block Eamonn Brophy’s shot.

  4. KICK-OFF

    Here we go again. There are 45 minutes to go in the Scottish Premiership season.

  5. ‘Progressive, not successful’ season for Rangers

    HT: Kilmarnock 1-0 Rangers

    Cammy Bell

    Former Rangers and Kilmarnock goalkeeper

    Quote Message: It’s been a progressive season for Rangers but I wouldn’t say it’s been successful one, because they’ve not won any trophies and that’s what Rangers need to do.There will be a bit more pressure next season when Steven Gerrard is asked to go and win a trophy

    It’s been a progressive season for Rangers but I wouldn’t say it’s been successful one, because they’ve not won any trophies and that’s what Rangers need to do.There will be a bit more pressure next season when Steven Gerrard is asked to go and win a trophy

    Rangers boss Steven Gerrard (right) looks on as Killie assistant Alex Dyer shouts instructions

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    Image caption: Rangers boss Steven Gerrard (right) looks on as Killie assistant Alex Dyer shouts instructions
  6. Cosgrove & Morelos tied at the top

    HT: Hibernian 1-1 Aberdeen

    That rather fortunate goal for Sam Cosgrove draws the Aberdeen striker level with Alfredo Morelos at the top of the Premiership scoring chart on 17.

    Sam Cosgrove tucks away the Aberdeen equaliser at Easter Road

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    Image caption: Sam Cosgrove tucks away the Aberdeen equaliser at Easter Road after a clumsy touch
  7. HALF-TIME Celtic 1-1 Hearts

    All square on trophy day at Celtic Park.

    Mikey Johnston got the champions off to the perfect start with an excellent goal, but home keeper Scott Bain then had a nightmare as he tried to clear the ball and Hearts levelled thanks to Jake Mulraney’s fine finish.

    Jake Mulraney cracked in a great goal to bring Hearts level

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    Image caption: Jake Mulraney cracked in a great goal to bring Hearts level
  8. ‘An unlikely equaliser for the Dons’

    HT: Hibernian 1-1 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: It’s quite incredible. Aberdeen have had quite a doing in the first half but they took their opportunity. They’re able to do this – get results out of nowhere. Good work from Connor McLennan down the left-hand side but once he’d stumbled over the ball it landed really kindly for Sam Cosgrove. It’s an unlikely equaliser.

    It’s quite incredible. Aberdeen have had quite a doing in the first half but they took their opportunity. They’re able to do this – get results out of nowhere. Good work from Connor McLennan down the left-hand side but once he’d stumbled over the ball it landed really kindly for Sam Cosgrove. It’s an unlikely equaliser.

  9. HALF-TIME Hibernian 1-1 Aberdeen

    Tied at the break at Easter Road. Currently, Aberdeen need a favour from Rangers to overtake Kilmarnock but the Dons are at least back in the game after falling behind.

    Hibs will be kicking themselves after dominating for long spells.

    Graeme Shinnie and Mark Milligan

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  10. HALF-TIME Kilmarnock 1-0 Rangers

    Kilmarnock are 45 minutes away from clinching third place in the Premiership – and qualifying for European football for the first time since 2001.

    Goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald has had a couple of fine saves, while Daniel Candeias fired against the crossbar, as Rangers have threatened themselves.

    But Killie are worthy of the narrow lead thanks to a clinical finish from former Rangers winger Chris Burke.

    Chris Burke fires Kilmarnock into the lead

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    Image caption: Chris Burke fired Kilmarnock into the lead
  11. Post update

    Kilmarnock 1-0 Rangers

    A fine first-time ball from Alan Power sends Eamonn Brophy off on a run deep inside the Rangers penalty area, but the Kilmarnock striker’s low drive is well wide as flashes his effort across the face of goal.

  12. goal

    GOAL Hibernian 1-1 Aberdeen

    Sam Cosgrove

    The Dons are back in it with a goal pretty much out of nothing.

    Connor McLennan crosses low and Sam Cosgrove gets the break of the ball before finishing well into the right-hand corner. Game on.

    GOAL

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  13. ‘Sensational Hibs’ should be further ahead

    Hibernian 1-0 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Hibs have been sensational. The quality of football, the quickness of passing, the movement throughout their team has been wonderful. Aberdeen are really struggling. It should be at least 3-0 to Hibs

    Hibs have been sensational. The quality of football, the quickness of passing, the movement throughout their team has been wonderful. Aberdeen are really struggling. It should be at least 3-0 to Hibs

    Hibs celebrate the breakthrough goal at Easter Road

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    Image caption: Hibs celebrate the breakthrough goal at Easter Road
  14. Post update

    Celtic 1-1 Hearts

    Things have slowed up a bit at Celtic Park following a fast start.

    Mikey Johnston remains a livewire for the hosts, but neither side is creating much in the way of clear-cut chances.

  15. Post update

    Hibernian 1-0 Aberdeen

    Graeme Shinnie is scythed down by Mark Milligan, who is booked, and Aberdeen have a free-kick.

    Lewis Ferguson takes it but it’s a simple save for Ofir Marciano, holding on at the second attempt.

  16. ‘Kilmarnock fans loving this’

    Kilmarnock 1-0 Rangers

    Billy Dodds

    Former Rangers striker on Sportsound

    Quote Message: I’ve not seen an atmosphere like this from Kilmarnock fans even in my time playing here. Your talking 20-30 years. It’s incredible the turnaround. It’s filtering through what’s happening at Easter Road and the fans are loving what they’re hearing and loving what they’re seeing

    I’ve not seen an atmosphere like this from Kilmarnock fans even in my time playing here. Your talking 20-30 years. It’s incredible the turnaround. It’s filtering through what’s happening at Easter Road and the fans are loving what they’re hearing and loving what they’re seeing

    Kilmarnock lead thanks to an early strike from Chris Burke

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    Image caption: Kilmarnock lead thanks to an early strike from Chris Burke
  17. ‘It would’ve been a harsh penalty’

    Kilmarnock 1-0 Rangers

    Cammy Bell

    Former Rangers and Kilmarnock goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: I think you would be claiming but Greg Taylor was up early for the ball, and it was a high, lofty ball from Stephen O’Donnell and Ryan Jack has just arched him out of the way. It would’ve been a harsh penalty but I’d always be claiming

    I think you would be claiming but Greg Taylor was up early for the ball, and it was a high, lofty ball from Stephen O’Donnell and Ryan Jack has just arched him out of the way. It would’ve been a harsh penalty but I’d always be claiming

  18. Post update

    Celtic 1-1 Hearts

    Another sight of goal for the visitors as Michael Smith sends a delightful cross into the box towards his namesake Connor.

    The youngster, in acres of space, gets his head to the ball but is unable to direct it anywhere near goal.

  19. ‘McNulty keeps his cool’

    Hibernian 1-0 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: The Dons’ defence were wide open there. Where were the centre backs? I don’t know. And then it was just a matter of Marc McNulty keeping his cool. And he certainly did that and gives Hibs a deserved lead.

    The Dons’ defence were wide open there. Where were the centre backs? I don’t know. And then it was just a matter of Marc McNulty keeping his cool. And he certainly did that and gives Hibs a deserved lead.

    Marc McNulty strokes in the opening goal at Easter Road

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    Image caption: Marc McNulty strokes in the opening goal at Easter Road
  20. PENALTY APPEAL

    Kilmarnock 1-0 Rangers

    A big shout for a penalty from the home fans as Greg Taylor goes down under a challenge from Ryan Jack as the Killie left-back rises to meet a high ball to the back post from Stephen O’Donnell. A coming together, as they say… Not much in it.