STV Sports Daily: Crucial goals, debatable decisions and stuttering Celtic
Andy Coyle and Grant Russell look back on a weekend of top-flight action and plenty of talking points.
Celtic remain at the top of the Scottish Premier League table but the defending champions suffered another loss when they played host to Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Fans showed their displeasure and Neil Lennon showed his displeasure at their response, claiming he would walk away if his efforts weren't appreciated.
Were the fans right or are Celtic still in good shape?? We discuss the burning issue of the week and ask if Celtic's title really is under threat.
At the other end of the table, St Mirren won the basement battle against Dundee but the Dark Blues saw their task made much more difficult with the dismissal of Colin Nish.
That moment of madness saw Nish named as our Dafty of the Week but Player of the Week was at Aberdeen, where Jamie Langfield proved to be the man that Hibernian could not find a way past, allowing Niall McGinn's goal to settle the match in the Dons' favour.
That McGinn goal was one of a trio of strikes we singled out as being the most important of the 12 scored in the league over the weekend. Steven Thompson's opener for St Mirren and Billy McKay's goal against Celtic also grabbed headlines but which was your favourite? Let us know on Twitter and Facebook.