Scottish Premier League

St Johnstone vs Ross County highlights (0-1)
Scottish Premier League: St Johnstone FC vs Ross County FC Saturday, 15.03.2014 - 17.30 Venue: McDiarmid Park Attendance: 2,213 Referee: B. Madden Melvin de Leeuw helped Ross County to pick up an important away win over Ross County as it was his goal that secured all three points on Saturday.
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Patrick Thistle FC vs Hibernian (3-1)
Scottish Premier League: Patrick Thistle FC vs Hibernian FC Saturday, 15 March 2014 - 15.00 Venue: Firhill Stadium Attendance: 4,448 Referee: B. Colvin Patrick Thistle grabbed an important victory over the weekend as they defeated Hibernian 3-1.
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Dundee United vs St Mirren (3-2)
Scottish Premier League: Dundee United FC vs St Mirren FC Saturday, 15 March 2014 - 15.00 Stadium: Tannadice Park Attendance: 6,524 Referee: C. Thomson Three second half goals carried Dundee United into a thrilling home win as they came back from 2-0 down before ending that tie 3-2.
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Kilmarnock vs Celtic (0-3)
Scottish Premier League Kilmarnock FC vs Celtic FC Friday, 14.March.2014 Final Score 0-3 Stadium: Rugby Park (Kilmarnock, Scotland) Attendance: 7,495 Referee: W. Collum Assistants: T.
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Inverness Caledonian vs Hibernian (0-0)
Scotland Premier League Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC vs Hibernian FC - 13.March.2014 Stadium: Tulloch Caledonian Stadium (Inverness, Scotland) Attendance: 2,537 Referee: Stephen Finnie Assistants: Alastair Mather, David Watt Lineups: Inverness CT: Brill(g); Warren, Tremarco, Devine, Meekings, Foran, Doran(Evans), Ross(Christie), Pollworth, Williams, McKay Hibernian FC: Williams(g); Hanlon, Nelson, McGiven, Forster, Cairney, Taiwo(Heffernan), Stanton, Haynes(Craig), Collins, Watmore(Stevenson), No goals were scored at Tulloch Caledonian Stadium, when home team Inverness host Hibernian in the latest Scottish Premier League midweek fixture.
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Dundee United vs St Johnstone (0-1)
Scottish Premier League Dundee United FC 0-1 St Johnstone - 13.03.2014 Referee: Crawford Allan Stadium: Tanaddice Park (Dundee Scotland) Attendance: 6,720 Lineups: Dundee United FC: Cierzniak(g); Dillon(Graham), Watson, Gunning, Robertson, Jankin, Paton, Armstrong(El Alagui), Mackay-Steven, Dow(Gauld), Ciftci St.
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Kilmarnock vs Hearts (4-2)
Kilmarnock FC 4-2 Hearts FC - 08.03.2014 Referee: Euan Norris Attendance: 3,510 Stadium: Rugby Park (Kilmarnock, Scotland) Score: 4-2 Lineups: Kilmarnock FC: Samson (g); Clohessy, Tesselaar, Aschroft, O'Hara, Pascali, Slater, Moberg-Karlssson(Gros), Boyd, Gardyne(Muirhead), McKenzei(Niholson) Hearts FC: MacDonald (g); Wilson, McHattie, McGhee, Hamill, Stevenson, McGowan, Nicholson, Robinson, Paterson, Carrick Kris Boyd's double helped Kilmarnock to a convincing 4-2 home win over Hearts on the latest Scottish Premier League battle this past weekend.
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Hibernian vs Motherwell (3-3)
Hibernian FC vs Motherwell FC - 08.03.2014 Referee: Steven McLean Attendance: 8,277 Stadium: Easter Road Stadium (Edinburgh, Scotland) Score: 3-3 Lineups: Hibernian FC: Williams(g); Hanlon, Nelson, McGivern, Forster, Craig, Stevenson(Harris), Cairney(Handling), Stanton, Haynes(Heffernan), Collins Motherwell FC: Hollis (g); McManus, Reid, Hutchinson, Murray, Lasley, Vigurs, Ainsworth(Moore), Leitch, Sutton, McFadden(Cadden) A late goal from John Sutton rescued Motherwell from a defeat on their weekend Scottish Premier League travel to Hibernian in an exciting match that ended 3-3.
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Aberdeen vs Hibernian (1-1)
Aberdeen holding into the second seat in current Scottish Premier League table after grabbing a hard fought home win over troubling Hibernian side this past weekend. The home side tried to take control of proceedings since kick off, but were finding it hard in breaking down their opponent's back line as they were forced to settle for a goalless draw during first 45 minutes.
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Hearts vs Motherwell (0-1)
Motherwell keeping their recent winning run going as they bagged an important away victory over struggling Hearts side this past weekend. The away side were keen on their winning run going and continue their push for runners up seat in current SPL standings, competing vigorously with Aberdeen.
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Inverness Caledonian vs Dundee United (1-1)
Inverness Caledonian Thistle failed to bag maximum points from their latest Scottish Premier League fixture as they were held into a draw by rival, Dundee United this past weekend. Playing in front of their home crowd, Calley Thistle were looking really eager to overcome United as a win should put the home side leapfrogging their current opponent.
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Hibernian vs Hearts (2-1)
Hibernian keeping their challenge for top four seat in Scottish Premier League alive and well as they bagged an important home win over Hearts this midweek. Playing in the Edinburgh derby was never an easy task despite Hibs' in a much better position in current standings, yet they can't seem to find a way through their opponent during the first 45 minutes which ended in goalless draw.
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Kilmarnock vs St Mirren (2-1)
Kilmarnock started their new year in a promising way as they bagged an important home win against St Mirren on their latest Scottish Premier League fixture this Thursday. It was not a comfortable tie though for Killie's as instead of taking hold of things early on, they found themselves trailing after 18 minutes of play when Adam Campbell opening the sore for the away side.
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Inverness Caledonian vs Ross County (1-2)
Inverness Caledonian Thistle failed to make a bright start on their new year Scottish Premier League fixture after they were defeated by struggling Ross County side on Wednesday. Playing in front of their home crowd, Caley were looking keen on presenting them with all three points, but things didn't turn out well for the host.
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Dundee United vs Aberdeen (1-2)
Aberdeen still keeping their top three seat in Scottish Premier League under control as they picked up an important away victory over Dundee United this past midweek. Playing away from home against a pretty strong outfit did give some problems for Dons, early in that battle as they can't seem to break down the host's defense, especially during the first 45 minutes.
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Motherwell vs St Johnstone (4-0)
Motherwell continuing their recent run of good form as they start the first day of 2014 in a positive manner after demolishing their visitor, St Johnstone at Fir Park last Wednesday.
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