Queen of the South remain a point clear of Hibernian at the top of the Ladbrokes Championship after the sides drew 0-0 at Palmerston.
Hibs had Lewis Stevenson sent off early in the second half but the Doonhamers were unable to make the numerical advantage count.
Falkirk continued their good run with a 2-0 home win over Ayr United to go third in the table. A Daryll Meggatt own goal broke the deadlock and Lee Miller got the clincher.
Raith Rovers held off a Dumbarton fightback to win 3-2 at Stark's Park. Kevin McHattie, Ross Callachan and Scott Roberts all scored in the first half but Ryan Stevenson and Robert Thomson reduced the deficit before the Sons had Gregor Buchanan sent off.
Dundee United beat Morton - who won at Cappielow in the Betfred Cup in midweek - 2-1 at Tannadice thanks to a double from Tony Andreu. A Sean Dillon OG gave Jim Duffy's men a late consolation.
Dunfermline Athletic defeated St Mirren 4-3 at East End Park in a thrilling match in front of the BBC ALBA cameras. Farid El Alagui scored a late winner for the Pars, whose other goals came from a Nicky Clark double and an Andy Webster OG. John Sutton bagged a brace for the bottom club, with Ryan Hardie also on target.