Scottish Premier League Opta Facts: 4-5 April
In conjunction with Opta Sportsdata, Europe's largest sports information providers, we bring you Opta Facts on this weekend's Scottish Premier League matches.
The vital information you need to read to make a sound judgement in your football betting.
We highlight the key historical stats and facts for each of the Scottish Premier League matches.
Celtic v Hamilton
- The Bhoys have won their last 14 matches against the Accies at home in all competitions - their last loss in Glasgow came in the Old Scottish Division 1 in 1938.
- Shunsuke Nakamura has opened the scoring for the Hoops in both of their matches against the Accies this season - he also scored a hat-trick in his last league outing.
- Celtic are unbeaten in their last 10 league matches at home.
- Scott McDonald has scored four goals in his last four appearances in the SPL.
- The Accies have not scored in four consecutive league matches, losing three 1-0 but drawing the most recent game 0-0.
- Billy Reid's men have conceded exactly one goal in their last three league matches on the road, each of them coming in the first half.
Dundee Utd v Hibernian
- United's 2-0 win over Hibs earlier this season ended a run of four consecutive draws between the sides at Tannadice.
- Mixu Paatelainen's men have scored just two goals in their last four trips to Tannadice Park.
- United have managed just one win in their last seven league games.
- Fran Sandaza has scored four of the Terrors' last six league goals, including a brace against Celtic.
- The Hibees have kept four consecutive clean sheets in the league.
- Hibernian's last four league matches have seen a total of just two goals - however, courtesy of two 1-0 wins this means that Mixu Paatelainen's side have taken eight points from the last 12 available.
Hearts v Kilmarnock
- The Jam Tarts have lost their last two matches at home to Kilmarnock, conceding twice on both occasions.
- Csaba Laszlo's side are unbeaten in nine home matches in the league - their longest run this season.
- The Jambos have only kept one clean sheet in their last eight league matches.
- Killie are without a win in 11 league matches.
- Strangely though, only two SPL sides have taken more points away from home than Jim Jeffries' men over the last seven away games (nine).
- Kilmarnock have not managed more than one goal in a league match in 2009.
Inverness CT v St Mirren
- St Mirren are unbeaten in four matches against Inverness, winning both of their encounters this season.
- Garry Brady has scored in his last two meetings with Inverness.
- Caley Thistle have lost just two of their last seven league games, winning three.
- The Saints are without a win in nine league games.
- Despite this however they have lost just three times in this period - all away from home.
- The Buddies have failed to score in their last three SPL matches on the road.
Motherwell v Aberdeen
- One side has remained unbeaten in all meetings between the sides in each of the last four seasons - this season Aberdeen have won both of their encounters so far.
- The last six goals in games between Aberdeen and Motherwell have come in the second half.
- The Dons have failed to win in four consecutive away matches in the competition - their longest run of this kind all season.
- Aberdeen have conceded just one goal in their last four league matches.
- Motherwell have the best home form in the league at the moment, taking 14 points from their last possible 18 at Fir Park.
- David Clarkson has scored three goals in his last four league matches at Fir Park.
Falkirk v Rangers
- Rangers have won their last seven consecutive matches against Falkirk, and have lost just once in their previous 22.
- In their last five meetings at Falkirk, the Bairns have only once lost by a two-goal or greater margin.
- Kris Boyd has scored seven goals in his last seven meetings with Falkirk.
- The Gers' last three league matches on the road have seen just one goal in total -their 1-0 win at Hamilton.
- Kris Boyd has failed to score in his last five matches for Rangers in all competitions. The last time he went six without scoring was with Kilmarnock between August and September 2004.
- Falkirk's 4-0 win over in-form Inverness ended a run of two consecutive losses at home in the SPL.