THE weekend's Scottish Premiership action was typically eventful. Celtic moved back to the top of the league following a 6-0 thrashing of Ross County, Aberdeen closed the gap with Motherwell in third to a single point thanks to their 3-0 win over the Steelmen at Fir Park, while St Mirren heaped more misery upon St Johnstone with a 2-0 win at the Simple Digital Arena.

The weekend's results mean that it's time to update our Scottish Premiership manager power rankings, where we judge coaches relative to how successful they are expected to be. If you want to learn more about how it works, you can read all about it here.

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The biggest change in our standings comes at the top of the table, where Neil Lennon has edged ahead of his Rangers counterpart Steven Gerrard after the weekend's games. The Celtic boss oversaw a 6-0 win over Ross County, picking up two points in the process; one for the win that his side were expected to record, and another for winning by more than three goals.

Sunday's 1-1 draw cost Rangers their spot at the summit of the Premiership and Gerrard's place at the top of our power rankings. The away side were the bookies' favourites to get the win in Gorgie so Gerrard was docked a point, while Craig Levein gained one. The Hearts manager is still rooted to the bottom of our table, while just a point seperates Gerrard and Lennon at the top.

Derek McInnes shot up the rankings in the wake of his side's 3-0 win over Motherwell at Fir Park and is now tied with Brian Rice on +3. Stephen Robinson's team were the pre-match favourites so McInnes collected three points for the surprise victory, as well as a further bonus point for the commanding win. Robinson, meanwhile, was docked three points and drops from third to joint-sixth in our standings.

Hibernian's 1-1 draw with Hamilton in Lanarkshire proved more costly for Paul Heckingbottom than it did for Rice, with the Hibs boss losing a point for the draw. Rice, on the other hand, gains a point as his side were expected to lose and is now just a point behind Gary Holt in third.

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Kilmarnock's resurgence under Angelo Alessio continued as his side recorded a 2-1 win over Holt's Livingston. The Ayrshire club were the bookies' favourites before kick-off so the Italian gains a point in our standings, while Holt loses one: still enough to keep the Lions' boss in third, but with a number of coaches breathing down his neck.

Jim Goodwin oversaw St Mirren's second league win of the season in Paisley, where struggling St Johnstone were seen off fairly comfortably. The home side were the favourites, so Goodwin is awarded a point, while Wright continues to struggle and remains level in eleventh with Heckingbottom on -5.