This game was every bit as chaotic as the scoreline suggests, with Dunfermline picking up their first victory since their opening day triumph over Dumbarton, which also just happened to be a seven-goal cliff-hanger.
Hibs were reduced to ten men for the second week running as Lewis Stevenson saw red in this table-topping clash with Queen of the South.
Falkirk claimed three fortunate points, but precious few plaudits as they edged out crestfallen Ayr to win a dog of a game the visitors will justifiably feel they merited a point from.
Gary Locke complained of his Raith Rovers side being “slack” and “sloppy in possession” but settled for stressing the positives after they won for the first time in four matches.
Farid El Alagui's late goal gives Dunfermline Athletic victory over manager-less St Mirren.
Tony Andreu, Dundee United’s two-goal hero, admitted scoring means far less to him than securing promotion back to the Premiership.
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Two goals in the last 10 minutes extends Falkirk's winning run to five games as they beat Ayr United.