JUST six points separate the top four in the Scottish Premiership following the weekend results, where Rangers defeated Partick Thistle 3-0. Here’s a look at what else happened…

Hamilton Accies 2-2 Aberdeen 

Hamilton came from behind to earn a point against Aberdeen on Saturday afternoon. Dougie Imrie initially had the Accies ahead, but goals from Greg Stewart and Kari Arnason turned the game on its head.

David Templeton grabbed an equaliser with 14 minutes to go, however, to leave the Dons three points behind Celtic, to ahead of Hibs and three ahead of Rangers.

Hibernian 2-1 Dundee 

Simon Murray nicked a winner for Hibs against Dundee to keep them third in the table. Martin Boyle opened the scoring inside the first minute for Neil Lennon’s side, but Marcus Haber equalised on 21 minutes. Murray then netted on 63 minutes to ensure the points remained at Easter Road.

Ross County 3-2 Motherwell

Ross County held a 3-0 half-time lead against Motherwell but almost threw it away to a strong second half response from the Steelmen. Michael Gardyne struck either side of David Keillor-Dunn to have the Staggies seemingly cruising at the break.

But a pair of headers from Ryan Bowman and Louis Moult setup a nervy finish in the Highlands.

St Johnstone 0-4 Celtic

Celtic remain top of the table after a comfortable win over St Johnstone. Scott Sinclair had them ahead at the break, and then a late flurry of goals from Moussa Dembele, a Steven Anderson own-goal and Olivier Ntcham added gloss to the scoreline.

Heart of Midlothian 1-2 Kilmarnock

Kilmarnock consigned Hearts to another defeat at Murrayfield as Steve Clarke won for the first time as boss of the Ayrshiremen. Kris Boyd had Killie ahead at the break but Isma Goncalves leveled matters on 76 minutes.

Adam Frizzell grabbed a winner for Killie four minutes from time to lift them to 10th in the table.

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