Scottish Premiership Opta Facts - 17th Jan
Hamilton V Celtic
Hamilton's win in the reverse fixture in October was their first-ever victory over the Bhoys in the Scottish Premiership (D1 L8).
Celtic have conceded just five goals in 10 matches against Hamilton in the Scottish Premiership and never more than once in that run.
Celtic have won nine and lost just one of their last 11 matches in league competition.
Two of the three players to score or assist 13 league goals in the Scottish Premiership this season currently play for Hamilton - Tony Andreu (12 goals, one assist) and Ali Crawford (eight goals, five assists).
Crawford has scored two and assisted three in his last five games for Hamilton.
Celtic have restricted their opponents to just 44 shots on target this season; fewer than any other side.
Aberdeen V Dundee
Aberdeen have won four and lost none of their last six games against Dundee in the Scottish top-flight.
Dundee have picked up just one win in their last five trips to Aberdeen in the league (D2 L2).
The Dons have kept more clean sheets than any other team in the Scottish Premiership this season (13).
Dundee have let in more goals inside the opening 30 minutes than any other side (12).
No player has provided more assists this season than Niall McGinn (5).
Aberdeen have won eight straight matches (keeping a clean sheet in all of those), their longest-ever winning streak in the Scottish Premiership.
Dundee Utd V Inverness CT
Dundee United have won four and lost just one of their last six home matches against Inverness.
Inverness have scored exactly one goal in each of their last six clashes with Dundee United.
Only Dundee United (9) have scored more goals in the final 15 minutes this campaign than Inverness (7).
Caley Thistle have accumulated 10 points from losing positions this season; a league-high.
Gary Mackay-Steven has scored four and assisted two in his last three games for the Terrors.
After losing three successive games in December without scoring, Inverness have since won their last three, scoring six in the process.
Motherwell V Kilmarnock
Motherwell have won just once in their last six home encounters with Kilmarnock, losing two (D3).
Kilmarnock have won their last two games against Motherwell; they've never won three in a row against the Steelmen in the Scottish Premiership.
Alexei Eremenko has scored four of Kilmarnock's last seven goals.
Motherwell are the only side yet to score in the final 15 minutes this season.
No side has bagged more headed goals in 2014/15 than Killie (8).
Motherwell have attempted the fewest shots this so far this season (115), while at the other end they've afforded their opponents more efforts on target than any other side (134).
Ross County V St Mirren
Ross County have never lost at home to St Mirren in the Scottish Premiership, winning twice.
St Mirren have failed to score in seven of their last 10 league games, netting just five in the process.
Ross County are without a win in seven attempts (D3 L4); the current longest run in the division.
St Mirren have yet to drop a single point from winning positions this term (only Celtic can match this).
73% of St Mirren's goals this season have arrived after half time; a league-high share.
St Mirren are the only side in the division to concede in every game so far this term.
St Johnstone V Partick Thistle
St Johnstone are unbeaten in eight in all competitions against Partick Thistle, winning three.
Indeed, Partick have scored just three goals in those eight matches and never more than once in a game.
After winning five in a row between November and December, the Saints have lost their last two without scoring.
Partick have squandered a league-high 14 points from games in which they've gone ahead this term.
Ryan Stevenson has been involved in five of the last seven Partick Thistle goals (three goals and two assists).
The Jags have registered one win in their last seven matches heading into this fixture (D3 L3).