Scottish Premiership, including Kilmarnock v Hibs

LiveBBC Radio Scotland, BBC Sport website, BBC One Scotland, BBC Alba Related Video and AudioComing upPlay video Sportscene from BBC One ScotlandSportsceneComing upPlay audio Saturday Supplement from BBC Radio ScotlandSaturday SupplementComing upPlay video Kilmarnock v Hibernian from BBC ALBAKilmarnock v HibernianRTLGot a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreSummaryBrophy slides Kilmarnock ahead, then adds penalty after McGregor fouls JonesImrie gives Hamilton lead at St MirrenLawless strike puts Livingston one-up on MotherwellDunfermline lead in ChampionshipLive ReportingBy Thomas McGuiganAll times stated are UK37 minsMuncha forwards for breakfast…St Mirren 0-1 Hamilton AcademicalYou imagine Hamilton’s defenders – indeed, St Mirren’s forwards – wouldn’t want to upset this guy.Jan Muncha looks to be an imposing presence in goal for Accies on his debut.The man who turns 36 next week has plenty of experience as well – 46 caps for Slovakia and a career spent in the top flight in his homeland, Russia, Poland and England.SNSCopyright: SNS15:36Killie Me Softly…Kilmarnock 2-0 HibernianJames McFaddenFormer Scotland forward on BBC Radio ScotlandQuote Message: Kilmarnock have really turned the screw the last few minutes. Their wide players have been outstanding. Hibs really have a big mountain to climb now Kilmarnock have really turned the screw the last few minutes. Their wide players have been outstanding. Hibs really have a big mountain to climb nowPosted at 15:3515:35GOAL – Kilmarnock 2-0 HibernianEamonn Brophy, penaltyEamonn Brophy fires the ball right down the middle to double his and Kilmarnock’s tally for the day.BBCCopyright: BBC34 minsPENALTYKilmarnock 1-0 HibernianJordan Jones is tripped by Darren McGregor and Kilmarnock have a penalty.15:32Lawless atones!Livingston 1-0 MotherwellKenny CrawfordBBC Sport Scotland in West LothianFresh from missing that glaring opportunity a few minutes earlier, Steven Lawless atones by putting his side ahead and it’s his third goal of the season.Gary Holt’s men have looked energetic and creative today despite coming into the match with only one win in their previous five games.SNSCopyright: SNS32 minsKillie on topKilmarnock 1-0 HibernianKilmarnock will not give Hibs a minute’s peace. Greg Stewart’s shot is blocked then Eamonn Brophy’s cross is cut out by Adam Bogdan; then Stewart turns Mark Milligan inside out only to have his low ball across intercepted by Efe Ambrose.The hosts have Hibs under the cosh – can they make their superiority count with a second goal? 30 minsGOAL Stirling 1-2 ElginDarren Smith15:26Hibs struggling to settle…Kilmarnock 1-0 HibernianBrian McLauchlinBBC Sport Scotland at Rugby ParkHibernian are still coming to terms with their formation against Kilmarnock. Efe Ambrose is playing in the unusual role of a sitting
midfielder and Steve Clarke has evidently picked up on that with Alan Power
and Gary Dicker closing down quickly giving little time on the ball.The pace of Eamonn Brophy up front for Killie is
causing huge problems for the visitors and, with Greg
Stewart, the pair are proving a real handful.It would be no surprise if Neil Lennon resorts to a more
orthodox back four sooner rather than later.23 minsGOAL Livingston 1-0 MotherwellStevie LawlessMotherwell fail to heed their warning.Another Livingston long throw finds Stevie Lawless in the penalty box.This time, the midfielder makes no mistake. His low half-volley is rifled beyond Mark Gillespie and into the back of the net. The Lions score for the first time in five matches.15:22Eamonn high…Kilmarnock 1-0 HibernianKilmarnock have drawn first blood at Rugby Park, courtesy of an accurate flash of Eamonn Brophy’s boot.SNSCopyright: SNSEamonn Brophy’s composed finish has given Kilmarnock the leadImage caption: Eamonn Brophy’s composed finish has given Kilmarnock the lead22minsGOAL St Mirren 0-1 Hamilton AcciesDougie ImrieAccies steal the lead having spent much of the game on the back foot.After Buddies goalkeeper Danny Rogers concedes a corner with a wayward clearing punch, the diminutive Dougie Imrie rises at the front post and his flick on from James Keatings’ cross sails over the defender standing on the back upright.BBCCopyright: BBC20 minsGOAL Inverness CT 1-1 FalkirkZak Rudden19 minsPENALTY APPEALLivingston 0-0 MotherwellUp the other end, Danny Johnson takes a tumble after being eased off a through ball by Craig Halkett.He was never likely to get a spot kick but it didn’t stop him appealing for one…17 minsCLOSE!Kilmarnock 1-0 HibernianWhat a break from Kilmarnock. Hibs are caught short after sending men forward for a free-kick and when the clearance reaches Jordan Jones, the visitors have to retreat.The ball eventually falls for Rory McKenzie, whose shot curves wide of Adam Bogdan’s right-hand post.16 minsGREAT SAVE!Livingston 0-0 MotherwellOh my goodness! Save-of-the-season contender from Mark Gillespie.A trademark Livingston long throw finds Stevie Lawless six yards out. He takes a touch, and just has to prod it home.But the Motherwell goalkeeper flies out to block, then smother the shot. This will be well worth seeing on Sportscene. Take a bow, son! 15 minsCLOSE!Kilmarnock 1-0 HibernianHibs are doing their best to restore parity at Rugby Park. Steven Whittaker finds Martin Boyle in space on the left of the box and the Australia international’s shot flashes wide. Better from Neil Lennon’s troops.14 minsSteelmen struggling on Livingston pitchLivingston 0-0 MotherwellMotherwell are looking a little uncomfortable on Livingston’s artificial pitch. Passes are going astray, heavy touches are being taken, and the Lions are penning their visitors in their own half.No clear-cut chances for Gary Holt’s men yet as they look to end a four-game winless run.13 minsHamilton creaking at the back…St Mirren 0-0 Hamilton AcademicalThe Accies defence is looking vulnerable and Simeon Jackson sends a low drive across the face of their goal and wide of the back post after the Canadian striker is put clear. 12 minsGOAL Albion 1-0 CowdenbeathJamie Gallagher pen10 minsOuch!St Mirren 0-0 Hamilton AcademicalSt Mirren captain Stephen McGinn is quickly into the referee’s book for a shove on Scott McMann that sends the Hamilton defender crashing over the advertising hoardings.On the pitch, the home side have had all the early pressure, with Kyle Magennis lashing a shot over from a good position.ScoresFilter by section. Currently selected: Scottish PremSaturday 1st December 2018As It StandsFilter by section. Currently selected: Scottish Prem
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