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Live Reporting

Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

  1. Until tomorrow...

    The season is over for four teams after today's Scottish Premiership matches.

    Champions Celtic have signed off in style with a 6-0 defeat of Motherwell, while Dundee United finish fourth with their 2-1 victory at Ross County.

    Hearts and Rangers have ended their league season with Rangers' 3-1 win in Edinburgh but both sides still have big matches to come.

    The Scottish Premiership's bottom six complete their season tomorrow, see you then...

  2. Post update

    We're almost done for today. There will be more reaction from today's Scottish Premiership games on Sportsound and later on the BBC Sport website.

    We'll be back tomorrow with live radio and text coverage of the league's final three fixtures ⬇

  3. 'I couldn't contain my emotion' - Rogic

    FT: Celtic 6-0 Motherwell

    Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic tells BBC Sportsound: "I couldn't contain my emotion, it was hard. It's a special club, it's been an enormous part of my life.

    "I came here when I was 20, now 29 I've experienced so many memories in that time. Hopefully this is the start under the new manager.

    "It wasn't a decision I took lightly, but I feel the timing is right. [This title win] is right up there. Off the back of last season, it's enormous. It's a special season to go out on."

    Image caption: Rogic was greeted by his team-mates when he was substituted
  4. Post update

    Here's how the Scottish Premiership table looks after today's results and with just three more matches to play this season.

  5. Postecoglou adds to title haul

    FT: Celtic 6-0 Motherwell

    Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou got his hands on the Scottish Premiership trophy after addressing supporters.

    The Australian is now a top-flight title winner in his homeland, Japan and Scotland.

  6. Post update

    FT: Hearts 1-3 Rangers

    Hearts manager Robbie Neilson tells BBC Scotland: "I just thought we weren't at it, it had that end of season feel. But we've had a brilliant season so far.

    "I could see a bit of rustiness in some of the players that came back too.

    "After today's performance I don't think anybody could have any qualms about not getting in the cup final team, so it's a case of coming in Monday and trying to get yourself in the team.

    "It's about next week now. We've got to bring the energy that we didn't bring today."

    Neilson also said Liam Boyce, who hobbled off after 12 minutes, had a tight groin and he's hopeful he'll be fit for next weeks' Scottish Cup final.

    Image caption: Robbie Neilson with his family at full-time
  7. Hampden beckons

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 1-3 Rangers

    Hearts and Rangers will likely have much changed teams when they meet at Hampden in next Saturday's Scottish Cup final.

    By then, Rangers will have played Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League final.

    It's going to be a big week for the players and staff at Tynecastle and Ibrox.

    Image caption: Craig Gordon, John Souttar and Jon McLaughlin chat at full-time
  8. Post update

    FT: Celtic 6-0 Motherwell

    Celtic players are in party mode now...

  9. Post update

    FT: Celtic 6-0 Motherwell

    Giorgos Giakoumakis scored the final goal of Celtic's rout today, his second of the match.

  10. The trophy lift

    FT: Celtic 6-0 Motherwell

    Celtic captain Callum McGregor gets his hands on the Scottish Premiership trophy once again and the players celebrate.

  11. Post update

    FT: Celtic 6-0 Motherwell

    Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou has addressed supporters and now leads the players in accepting Scottish Premiership winners' medals.

  12. Post update

    FT: Ross County 1-2 Dundee United

    Spectators entered the pitch in the wake of Nicky Clark's winning goal for Dundee United against Ross County. The playing surface is largely cleared now.

  13. Party time at Celtic Park

    FT: Celtic 6-0 Motherwell

    The celebrations are under way at Celtic Park, with the home players back on the pitch getting ready to lift the Scottish Premiership trophy.

  14. FULL-TIME Ross County 1-2 Dundee United

    After a brief scare, Dundee United secure fourth place in the Scottish Premiership for the first time since 2014.

    When Blair Spittal scored his curled screamer, it gave United the kick they needed to go in search of a goal and it came very quickly.

    Harry Paton, who had been so impressive since coming on, caught Ilmari Niskanen in the area and Nicky Clark rolled home the resulting penalty.

    After that, it was one-way traffic and United's goal eventually came in the 89th minute, Clark tapping in a Kieran Freeman cross from close range.

    Image caption: Clark got both of United's goals
  15. Giakoumakis & Charles-Cook lead scoring charts

    Celtic's Giorgos Giakoumakis and Ross County's Regan Charles-Cook could finish the season as the Scottish Premiership's joint top scorers.

    Giakoumakis netted twice in today's 6-0 defeat of Motherwell to join Charles-Cook on 13 league goals.

    Lewis Ferguson and Bruce Anderson, who could play for Aberdeen and Livingston tomorrow, respectively, are on 11 and could yet finish top of the scoring charts.

  16. GOAL Ross County 1-2 Dundee United

    Nicky Clark

    Kieran Freeman squares to Nicky Clark to tap in from two yards - and there is the bedlam!

    United fans are strewn across the pitch and stewards are desperately trying to get them back into that away end.

  17. FULL-TIME Heart of Midlothian 1-3 Rangers

    Rangers began one of the biggest weeks in their history with a youthful XI easing to victory over Hearts in the Scottish Premiership at Tynecastle.

    Hearts led through Peter Haring's strike, seven days before the two sides meet again in the Scottish Cup final.

    But Rangers, who take on Eintracht Frankfurt on Wednesday in the Europa League final in Seville, fought back through Cedric Itten and Alex Lowry. And 19-year-old Cole McKinnon scored from the bench on his debut.

    Hearts end the league season with just one point from four games, but what will concern manager Robbie Neilson is that forward Liam Boyce lasted just 12 minutes before hobbling off injured.

    However defenders John Souttar and Craig Halkett both made late appearances after lengthy injury lay-offs ahead of the trip to Hampden.

    Image caption: Cedric Itten (left) and Alex Lowry (far right) scored in the first half for Rangers
  18. CLOSE!

    Ross County 1-1 Dundee United

    So close from Kevin McDonald!

    Almost a first goal for Dundee United and in some style. From 30 yards out, he curls a shot centimetres wide of Ross Munro's post. The keeper had no chance if that was on target. The bedlam in the away end would have been something to behold had that gone in.

  19. Post update

    Ross County 1-1 Dundee United

    A couple of changes for both sides. Kevin McDonald - whose contract is up at the end of the season - comes on for Archie Meekison.

    For the hosts, Matthew Wright comes on for Connor Randall.

    Time running out in Dingwall.

  20. FULL-TIME Celtic 6-0 Motherwell

    The champions end the season in style with an emphatic six-goal victory.

    Braces from Kyogo Furuhashi and Giorgos Giakoumakis, plus strikes from Jota and David Turnbull, put Motherwell to the sword.

    Motherwell look set to drop to fifth.

    Image caption: Kyogo and Jota both found the net
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