A full summary of Saturday's Scottish Premiership results
There were five top-flight fixtures ahead of Hearts v Kilmarnock on Sunday.
Hamilton Accies 2-2 Aberdeen
The sidies could not be separated at New Douglas Park as both netted twice in a 2-2 draw.
Dougie Imrie's 19th minute opener was cancelled out by Greg Stewart midway through the first half before Kari Arnason put the Dons ahead.
David Templeton pulled a goal back just two minutes later though to secure a share of the points. Aberdeen remain second in the table.
Hibernian 2-1 Dundee
Hibs remain third in the Premiership table and kept the pressure on Rangers after beating Dundee 2-1 at Easter Road.
Martin Boyle had opened the scoring just seconds into the match but Marcus Haber equalised midway through the first half.
Simon Murray completed Anthony Stokes' assist shortly after the hour mark to secure the three points for Neil Lennon's side.
Rangers 3-0 Partick Thistle
Graeme Murty enjoyed his second win since returning as interim manager of Rangers, making it six points out of six.
His Ibrox side dominated in a 3-0 win over a Partick Thistle side struggling with several injuries including the latest, Chris Erskine, who watched from the stand.
Ross McCrorie opened the scoring on the half hour mark with Daniel Candeias doubling their lead shortly before the break. Dean Windass netted immediately after the restart, sealing the three points for Rangers.
Ross County 3-2 Motherwell
There was a dramatic five-goal thriller in the Highlands as Motherwell fought back from 3-0 down.
It wasn't enough to secure at least a share of the spoils though, despite a nervy end for Owen Coyle's men.
Michael Gardyne netted a double before Davis Kellior-Dunne struck what proved to be the winner. Ryan Bowman and Louis Moult scored for the visitors.
Cedric Kipre and Chris Cadden had chances to equalise in the closing stages but they head back down to Lanarkshire with nothing to show for their efforts.
St Johnstone 0-4 Celtic
Celtic made history in the lunchtime kick off, beating St Johnstone 4-0 at McDiarmid Park and extending their unbeaten domestic run to 63 games.
Strikes from Scott Sinclair, Moussa Dembele, Olivier Ntcham and an own goal by Steven Anderson sealed the landmark points for the champions.
The result means they have now bettered their own 100-year old record as the longest run a club from Britain has went without a domestic defeat.