The race for Europe has been decided but who gets the longer close season has still to be resolved as the Dons host Motherwell today. Whoever finishes second will be back playing in the Europa League on July 17. Whoever's third is back two weeks earlier. The Dons are in the driving seat on the final day of the season as the Steelmen arrive at Pittodrie knowing they must win to overtake Derek McInnes's side.
FULL TIME Partick Thistle 2-3 Ross County. The Staggies finish seventh following their final day win against the Jags.
GOAL! Partick Thistle 2-3 Ross County. It’s raining goals at Firhill now as Melvin de Leeuw restores County’s lead with a deflected strike past Gallacher.
GOAL! Partick Thistle 2-2 Ross County. All square at Firhill as Partick substitute George Moncur sidefoots home the equaliser following a Lyle Taylor backheel into his path
GOAL! Partick Thistle 1-2 Ross County. Lyle Taylor pulls a goal back for the Jags with a bullet header past Mark Brown.
GOAL! Partick Thistle 0-2 Ross County. Yoann Arquin heads Graham Carey’s free kick past sub goalkeeper Paul Gallacher. Jags defence posted missing as Arquin peeled off his marker to head home at the back post. Dreadful defending from Partick.
1-0 County at half-time following a commanding first half display. Jags fans far from happy with what they are seeing but the Staggies are well worth their lead.
Almost a second for Slew at Firhill as he heads against the post. Jags keeper Scott Fox injured in the melee and will play no further part. Paul Gallacher coming on for the Jags while Slew now wearing a strapping on his left hand.
GOAL! Partick Thistle 0-1 Ross County. Jordan Slew slots home his first goal for the club to give the Staggies a deserved lead at Firhill.
Partick team: Fox, Piccolo, Balatoni, Craigen, Erskine, Taylor, Fraser, Mair, McMillan, Higginbotham, Elliott. Subs: Gallacher, Lawless, Keenan, McDaid, Dominguez, Wilson, Moncur. County team: Brown, Cikos, Gordon, Boyd, Kiss, Quinn, Cooper, Carey, Slew, Arquin, Songo’o. Subs: Fraser, Maatsen, de Leeuw, Klok, McLean, Dingwall, Oikonomou.
County manager Derek Adams makes three changes to the team which beat Hibernian in midweek. Captain Richard Brittain is suspended while Stuart Kettlwell is injured. Melvin de Leeuw drops to the bench. Their place in the team is taken by Alex Cooper, Graham Carey and Rocco Quinn.
Ross County bring their season to a close against Partick at Firhill today. With both clubs safe following midweek wins in their respective matches there is nothing but pride and finance at stake for the clubs today. WIth almost £90,000 a place on offer, County could be more than £250,000 richer come full-time today.
Caley Thistle manager John Hughes has warned his players to expect a full strength and motivated St Johnstone in the final game of the Scottish Premiership season tomorrow.
Ross County manager Derek Adams wants his players to go out on a high by beating Partick Thistle in their final game of the season today.
Captain Richard Brittain believes keeping Ross County in the Scottish Premiership for a third season is his greatest achievement in football.
It was far from pretty but Ross County are safe in the Scottish Premiership for another season after grinding out the win they needed against Hibernian to end the doubt.
Full-time at Victoria Park as Ross County secure their Scottish Premiership safety with a hard fought 1-0 win against Hibernian. Captain Richard Brittain's penalty in the 63rd minute was enough claim all three points for Derek Adams's side. It wasn't pretty but the Ross County support didn't care a bit as they hailed their team at the end of a dramatic game.
Ross County: Brown, Cikos, Gordon, Kettlewell, Boyd, Kiss, Brittain, de Leeuw, Slew, Arquin, Songo’o. Subs: Fraser, Quinn, Maatsen, Cooper, McLean, Carey, Oikonomou. Hibs: Williams, McGivern, Harris, Robertson, Craig, Stevenson, Maybury, Handling, Forster, Stanton, Cummings. Subs: Murdoch, McPake, Cairney, Collins, Tudur-Jones, Watmore, Haynes.
A big night for Ross County and Hibs at Victoria Park where victory for either side will ensure Scottish Premiership survival. County captain Richard Brittain is fit and in the starting line-up for the crucial game.
Caley Thistle defender Danny Devine hopes he has proved he can be trusted for a regular role at Inverness.
Elena Baltacha's first coach has paid his own tribute to the former tennis player, remembering her days winning trophies in the Highlands.
Ross County manager Derek Adams has urged his players to seize their opportunity of Scottish Premiership survival against Hibernian tonight.
Caley Thistle have frozen their season ticket prices for next season, making it the fourth year in a row that the cost has remained unchanged.
Full-time, 1-1 at Caledonian Stadium between Inverness and Dundee United. The Highlanders’ hopes of European football are over after Motherwell beat St Johnstone 2-1.
GOAL! ICT 1-1 Dundee United. Tangerines’ substitute Farid El Alagui fires home a scrappy equaliser for Jackie McNamara’s side.
Half-time at Inverness and Caley Thistle are still ahead thanks to Ryan Christie’s header. Chances at both ends in what has been an exciting and entertaining first half.
Chances at both ends in Inverness but both goalkeepers doing well to ensure there has been no further goals so far.
GOAL! ICT 1-0 Dundee Utd: Ryan Christie’s glancing header puts Caley Thistle ahead against Dundee United at Caledonian Stadium.
Looks like it will be Danny Devine and Ross Draper at the heart of a makeshift defence. Less than ideal after a 6-0 mauling at Celtic Park.
Dundee United team: Cierzniak, Dillon, Gunning, Paton, Rankin, Mackay-Steven, Watson, Dow, Gauld, Ciftci, Robertson. Subs: McCallum, Graham, Wilson, Souttar, Gomis, El Alagui, Connolly
Caley Thistle team: Brill, Shinnie, Mckay, Draper, Doran, Devine, Watkins, Tansey, Tremarco, Williams, Christie. Subs: Esson, Ross, Polworth, Brown, Sutherland.
Caley Thistle manager John Hughes faces a defensive crisis for today’s visit of Dundee United with both Gary Warren and Josh Meekings missing from central defence.