Where to Watch all the highlights after dramatic day in Cinch Premiership

It has been a dramatic day in the Cinch Premiership and fans will want to catch up with the games given that there were no games shown by Sky Sports.

Tonight, fans can get their fix of the highlights by turning on BBC Scotland. The broadcasters will show the highlights, with coverage starting at 19:30.

Motherwell 1 Celtic 2

Celtic sealed a dramatic win against Motherwell at Fir Park. Luis Palma thought he’d won the game after a fizzing cross found its way goal wards. Then, Blair Spittal thought he had secured a point for Stuart Kettlewell’s team with a tidy finish. This sparked Well Bois to enter the park and celebrate.

Whilst many teams might have let their heads drop after this, Celtic did not. Brendan Rodgers’ team had a minute of magic left with Greg Taylor picking out Matt O’Riley as he entered the box. The Great Dane finished well, high into the net, to secure the win.

Rangers 1 Aberdeen 3

Former Celtic midfielder Barry Robson masterminded a win against Rangers at Ibrox this afternoon. The defeat, Rangers’ third of the league season already, could spell the end of Michael Beale’s tenure at the club. Aberdeen had less than 30% possession and had six shots on target against Rangers’ five.

Celtic are now seven points clear of the Ibrox side. Beale must stay.

The other games that took place today:

Kilmarnock 1 St Mirren 1

Ross County 0 Aberdeen 1

St Johnstone 1 Livingston 1

Hibernian 0 Dundee 0

Meanwhile Thursday 19 October is going to be a very special day for The Celtic Star so please save the date…

John Hartson will be The Celtic Star’s guest of honour as we celebrate the launch of Matt Corr’s new book Majic, Stan and the King of Japan on Thursday 19th October at the Kerrydale Suite at Celtic Park. More information on the night and ticket details to follow…. Majic, Stan and the King of Japan tells the story of Gordon Strachan’s first dramatic and ultimately highly successful first season as Celtic manager and it was of course Big Bad John who scored the goal that won the league! (Photo by Chris Lee/Getty Images)

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Born just as Celtic were stopping the Ten, Lubo98 follows Celtic home and away and helps run his local Celtic Supporters Club. He goes to all the games and is a Law Graduate. Has a particular fondness for Tom Rogic among the current Celts and both Lubo and Henrik form his earliest Celtic memories.


  1. I’m pretty sure Aberdeen won at Ibrox and Hearts won in Dingwall. Unless the league has allowed Aberdeen to have 2 teams in the league playing at Ibrox and Dingwall as per your other results above lol.