Greg Docherty's goal was enough to keep Hamilton in the Scottish top flight as they beat Dundee United 1-0 on Sunday.
Scottish Premiership play-off: Hamilton and 10-man Dundee United play out goalless draw in first leg at Tannadice.
Dundee United came from behind to beat Falkirk and reach the Scottish Premiership play-off final.
Motherwell secured their Premiership survival at the expense of Hamilton on the back of a 3-1 win over Kilmarnock.
Dundee United brushed-off Greenock Morton 3-0 in their Scottish Premiership play-off second leg to book a semi-final tie with Falkirk.
Sky Sports Scotland's commentary team of Ian Crocker and Andy Walker take you through this weekend's fixtures.
Louis Moult continued to haunt Hamilton as the striker's looping header sent Motherwell three points above Accies.
Blair Spittal kept Dundee United's promotion bid on track as his strike ensured a 2-1 first-leg play-off lead over Morton.
Dundee United have announced the signing of Hibernian striker James Keatings on a pre-contract agreement.
Motherwell's relegation troubles deepened with a 1-0 home defeat to Ross County.
St Mirren have retained their Ladbrokes Championship status after getting the point they needed at champions Hibernian.
Celtic quartet Scott Sinclair, Brendan Rodgers, Kieran Tierney and Moussa Dembele were celebrated at the PFA Scotland awards on Sunday.
Falkirk maintained their hold on second place in the Scottish Championship as they fought back from a goal down to defeat 10-man Dunfermline.
All eyes will be on the fight to avoid the drop on Saturday as Motherwell face Inverness in a pivotal clash.
Hibernian remain nine points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship after a 1-1 draw with Greenock Morton.
The SPFL have announced the post-split Premiership fixtures with Sky Sports cameras covering all the drama.
Thomas Mikkelsen scored the winner for Dundee United who beat St Mirren 2-1 in an exciting Scottish Challenge Cup final.
Sky Sports Scotland's commentary team of Ian Crocker and Andy Walker take you through all six weekend fixtures.
St Johnstone had two players sent off for fighting each other as they lost to Hamilton, as Partick won and Inverness drew with Kilmarnock.