Scottish Premier League Opta Facts – May 11-12
The two sides have met four times in all competitions this season with Celtic and St Johnston both winning once (D2).
Kris Commons has scored four goals in four appearances (all comps) against the Saints this season.
Saints forward Nigel Hasselbaink has netted two goals in his last two games against Celtic.
The Hoops have lost 21 points from winning positions this season; a league-high.
The Saints have gone six games unbeaten (W3 D3); the current longest unbeaten run in the SPL.
Dundee are unbeaten in three against Kilmarnock this season, winning once (D2). Their 2-1 victory came in the last meeting between the sides, courtesy of a Gary Harkins brace.
Killie have clawed back just four points from losing positions this season; a joint-league-low alongside Dundee.
Kilmarnock have conceded 15 goals in the final fifteen minutes of matches this season; a league-high.
The Dee have scored three headed goals this season; the fewest in the division.
Inverness are unbeaten against Dundee United this season winning once (D2).
There have been 12 goals scored in only three fixtures between the two sides this season, averaging at four per game.
Caley Thistle have scored eight penalties this season; a league-high. Indeed, Billy McKay has scored five of those.
Aberdeen are yet to lose to St. Mirren this season in all competitions (W1 D3), with two of the fixtures ending goalless.
Aberdeen have drawn seven games nil-nil this season; the most in the division.
No one has conceded more goals from the penalty spot this season than St Mirren (seven).
The Buddies are yet to taste defeat after going ahead at St. Mirren Park this season, winning six (D1).
There have been just three goals scored in four meetings between the sides this season (all comps), with the last two fixtures ending nil-nil.
Hearts have conceded the fewest goals in the final fifteen minutes of matches this season (9).
Hibs are without an SPL victory in eight games (D5 L3); their worst such run of the season.
Hearts have won their last three games at Tynecastle; their best such run of the season.
The two clubs have met just three times, with Motherwell and Ross County both winning once (D1).
Ross County are the only SPL side yet to receive a red card this campaign, while Motherwell have received six; a joint-league-high alongside Dundee and St. Johnstone.
No side have conceded more headed goals than Motherwell this season (13).
Motherwell have gained 20 points from losing positions this season; a league-high.