May 22, 2019

Scottish Premiership: All pre-match build up and team news – Weah starts for Celtic

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Summary

  1. GET INVOLVED #bbcsportscot
  2. Aberdeen 0-0 Kilmarnock – Stewart faces used facet for Dons
  3. Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical – Weah starts for league leaders
  4. Dundee 0-0 Motherwell – Friends can poke two ingredients at the abet of Hibs with bask in
  5. Coronary heart of Midlothian 0-0 St Johnstone – Souttar returns to Hearts beginning line-up

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times acknowledged are UK

  1. No Weah via

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Jonathan Sutherland

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    Likelihood after likelihood after likelihood … you win the hypothesis.
    All of them for Celtic I must smooth add. However it remains 0-0.

    No question relating to the hero to this level – Accies keeper Ryan
    Fulton. I form it at least 5 decent saves to this mark retain his facet on this.

    Accies' Ryan Fulton saves from Celtic's Timothy Weah

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    Image caption: Ryan Fulton’s save to disclaim Timothy Weah is exact one of a series by the Accies goalkeeper
  2. Sport of the day not residing as a lot as top billing

    Aberdeen 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Sport Scotland at Pittodrie

    Nothing between these sides to this level. They’re so effectively-matched they’re cancelling each varied out to this level. No matter what Steve Clarke acknowledged beforehand about no animosity in the direction of Greg Stewart, Greg Taylor and Jordan Jones bask in each let him know he’s in a game with stiff challenges.

  3. Davidson for Eggheads?

    Hearts 0-0 St Johnstone

    Murray Davidson is identified for his combating qualities within the centre of St Johnstone’s midfield. He took a sore one early on at Tynecastle but in traditional kind he is bounced up and is clattering into challenges with gusto.

    Murray Davidson took a sore one to the head at Tynecastle

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    Image caption: Murray Davidson took a sore one to the head at Tynecastle
  4. CLOSE!

    Dundee 0-0 Motherwell

    Motherwell threaten as they leer to quit Dundee’s momentum. A bouncing ball within the home facet’s box falls for Curtis Predominant. With his abet to purpose, he spins his man and half of volleys the ball in the direction of purpose, exact for it to trundle a foot or so by of the arrive submit.

  5. GOAL Falkirk 1-1 Inverness CT

    Zak Rudden

  6. GREAT SAVE!

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Or not it is Celtic v Ryan Fulton and the Accies goalkeeper is coming out on top for the time being.

    Fulton blocks a shot from Ryan Christie at the arrive submit after which, after Timothy Weah pounces on a miserable plod-abet, he gets his physique within the map in which as the on-mortgage Paris St-Germain striker tries to facet-foot home.

    Ryan Christie has a shot at purpose for Celtic

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    Image caption: Ryan Christie is among the Celtic avid gamers to were denied by the busy Ryan Fulton
  7. ‘There’s nothing if truth be told taking place via creativity’

    Aberdeen 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Gordon Smith

    Passe SFA chief govt on Sportsound

    Quote Message: It’s a laborious fought game. There’s nothing if truth be told taking place via creativity. I don’t deem Kilmarnock bask in created a likelihood but, regardless of the fact they’ve performed effectively, labored if truth be told laborious. Aberdeen bask in had extra of the ball within the final third but you must’t write Kilmarnock off, on narrative of you know what they’re always in a position to with avid gamers take care of Jones and Burke within the extensive areas

    It’s a laborious fought game. There’s nothing if truth be told taking place via creativity. I don’t deem Kilmarnock bask in created a likelihood but, regardless of the fact they’ve performed effectively, labored if truth be told laborious. Aberdeen bask in had extra of the ball within the final third but you must’t write Kilmarnock off, on narrative of you know what they’re always in a position to with avid gamers take care of Jones and Burke within the extensive areas

  8. Slack moments from Steelmen

    Dundee 0-0 Motherwell

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park

    On just a few times Motherwell defenders were a miniature bit sloppy at the abet – each Tom Alfred and Liam Grimshaw robbed of possession. They’ve not been made to pay for it but but supervisor Stephen Robinson received’t take care of it.

  9. GOOD SAVE!

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Steady after Accies bask in their first nook – but deliver an absence of ambition with simplest four avid gamers going forward for the assign-piece – it is hasty abet at the so a lot of quit and now we bask in but one other save from Ryan Fulton.

    Or not it is Emilio Izaguirre this time, letting free with a thunderbolt from the fringe of the penalty box that the goalkeeeper turns over the crossbar.

  10. Mulraney within the mood

    Hearts 0-0 St Johnstone

    Jake Mulraney, taking half in at left flee-abet for Hearts this afternoon, is inflicting St Johnstone problems with his tempo. He gets one other unhealthy ball in, but goalkeeper Zander Clark is alert to quit it creeping in.

  11. ‘Killie pressing effectively’

    Aberdeen 0-0 Kilmarnock

    Gordon Smith

    Passe Kilmarnock forward on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Kilmarnock’s pressing game is terribly, very factual. Aberdeen have not if truth be told bought occurring narrative of of the work Kilmarnock bask in build in

    Kilmarnock’s pressing game is terribly, very factual. Aberdeen have not if truth be told bought occurring narrative of of the work Kilmarnock bask in build in

    Chris Burke and Max Lowe

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  12. Head knock for Nelson

    Dundee 0-0 Motherwell

    Andrew Nelson is left on the deck after coming off 2d handiest in an aerial duel with Tom Aldred. The Motherwell defender’s arm appears to preserve him around the face. No malice within the venture, however the Dundee man is ushered off the park looking dazed.

    Luckily, he is ready to attain abet on.

  13. GOAL Partick Thistle 1-0 Queen of the South

    Joe Cardle

  14. GREAT SAVE!

    Hearts 0-0 St Johnstone

    Immense likelihood for Hearts. Jake Mulraney fires the ball exact via purpose, Liam Gordon makes a hash of the clearance, and Godinho’s close-vary header is effectively saved by Zander Clark.

  15. Taiwo blow for Accies

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Already under stress, Hamilton lose midfield battler Tom Taiwo via harm.

    Alex Gogic, the defender who had dropped on to the bench after beginning in midweek, is his replacement, which implies there could presumably must smooth be a switch in formation for the company.

  16. GOAL Falkirk 0-1 Inverness CT

    Shaun Rooney

  17. Early switch for Dundee

    Dundee 0-0 Motherwell

    The hosts are forced into an early substitution. Jesse Curran is off after pulling up with what looks take care of a dishonest ankle, Rory Deacon is the replacement.

  18. GREAT SAVE!

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Celtic are piling on the stress and Scott Sinclair has two factual efforts in rapid succession.

    The English winger weaves into the penalty box and sends a force straight at goalkeeper Ryan Fulton.

    Accies fail to learn their lesson and, within the following ******, Sinclair advances deep into the penalty box and his shot is modified into on to the crossbar by Fulton’s outstretched arm.

  19. Celtic fans flee backing for Rodgers

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton

    A banner at Celtic Park that will presumably bring a wee smile to the face of the supervisor…

    Celtic fans form their emotions sure

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    Image caption: Celtic fans form their emotions sure
  20. Cagey open at Pittodrie

    Aberdeen 0-0 Kilmarnock

    No-one if truth be told taking price within the gap stages at Pittodrie. Sam Cosgrove fired one over for the Dons but that is ready it to this level.

    Greg Stewart and his Aberdeen team-mates shake palms with Kilmarnock avid gamers pre-match

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    Image caption: Greg Stewart looked in relaxed mood as he ready to bask in interplay on his used team-mates

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