Celtic stretched their lead at the top of the SPL with a 2-1 win over Motherwell.
Maciej Zurawski was the hero for Gordon Strachan's side with a hand in both goals to send them eight points clear at the top of the table.
The Polish international helped to break the deadlock on 16 minutes when his shot was turned in by Well's Stephen Craigan and he doubled the lead with the decisive goal on 66 minutes.
Scott McDonald pulled a goal back for Motherwell on 77 minutes, but Celtic held on to take all three points.
Hearts slipped up at home to Kilmarnock after going down 2-0 at Tynecastle.
Danny Invincible stunned the home fans with the opener on 28 minutes and Gary Wales added a second ten minutes before half time.
Dundee United remain rooted to the bottom of the table after losing 3-1 at Aberdeen.
Darren Mackie sent Aberdeen on their way with the opener on 39 minutes. Barry Nicholson doubled the advantage two minutes after the break.
Barry Robson gave United hope when pulling a goal back on 70 minutes from the penalty spot, but Nicholson restored the two-goal cushion for Aberdeen a minute later.
Inverness produced a superb comeback to rally from 2-0 down to beat Falkirk 3-2.
Two goals from Anthony Stokes (41, 51) put Falkirk in control, but Craig Dargo reduced the arrears on 70 minutes.
Two late strikes from John Rankin (82, 86) turned the game on its head for Inverness.