SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE WRAP: Ranger and Celtic both win, Inverness remain bottom and Hibernian and Dundee Utd share six goals

Rangers had a convincing win away to Dunfermline but Celtic remain four points behind following a home success over bottom club Inverness, whilst Hibs and Dundee Utd draw 3-3.

Rangers had a convincing win away to Dunfermline but Celtic remain four points behind following a home success over bottom club Inverness, whilst Hibs and Dundee Utd draw 3-3.

The Gers had little difficulty in disposing of Dunfermline 4-0 following a Steven Naismith brace and strikes from Carlos Bocanegra and Maurice Edu.

The perfect 49th birthday present for boss Ally McCoist.

Celtic remain four points behind Rangers as goals from Joe Ledley and James Forrest gave them a 2-0 home success over bottom of the pile Inverness.

Caley had their moments but failed to take advantage of a nervy looking Hoops rearguard.

A thriller at Hibernian saw the home side recover from two goals down to secure a 3-3 draw against Dundee United at Easter Road.

Garry O'Connor gave Hibs the lead but United turned the tide in a five-minute spell.

Jon Daly levelled then Danny Swanson gave the visitors the lead before Daly made it 3-1 after 67 minutes.

But the hosts bounced back through goals from Isaiah Osbourne and Junior Agogo to salvage a draw.

Substitute Robert McHugh earned Motherwell a 1-0 home victory to Aberdeen with a late strike.

Aberdeen still remain without an away goal in league so far this campaign.

St Mirren moved up to fifth after disposing of Kilmarnock 3-0.

A brace from Paul McGowan and another from substitute Nigel Hasselbaink did the damage.

 
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