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Stuart Dalgleish 20th Sep 2013 - 6:23

Scottish Premiership Opta Facts | 21-22 September

Aberdeen v Inverness Caledonian Thistle

  • Aberdeen have won just three of their last eight home league matches (D3 L2).
  • Billy McKay is the top scorer in the Premiership so far this season and has attempted more shots than any other player (19).
  • The Dons have won just one of their last six top-flight clashes with Inverness (D1 L4).
  • Inverness are unbeaten in the Scottish Premiership this season, winning five of their six matches.
  • Niall McGinn has scored three goals in his last four Scottish Premiership appearances.
  • Inverness have the best shot conversion rate (18.5%) in the Premiership so far this season.

 

Celtic v St Johnstone

  • Celtic (39.4%) and St Johnstone (35.4%) have the worst shooting accuracy in the Scottish Premiership so far this season.
  • St Johnstone have scored just two goals in their last seven league visits to Celtic Park.
  • Celtic have won six and lost none of their last eight league games.
  • At home, Neil Lennon's side have won 13 of their last 14 league games (D1).
  • St Johnstone have failed to score in their last four away games in the league.
  • Saints have won just two of their last 15 trips to Celtic Park in the league (D1 L12).

 

Hibernian v St Mirren

  • Only St Mirren (2) have scored fewer goals in the Scottish Premiership than Hibernian (5) this season.
  • Hibernian are unbeaten in four league matches (W2 D2); and have lost just two of their last 11 (W5 D4).
  • At Easter Road, Hibs are without a win all season in the Scottish Premiership (D2 L1).
  • St Mirren lost three and won none of their four league clashes with Hibernian last season; conceding eight goals in the process.
  • Both of St Mirren's goals this season have been scored in the second half.

 

Partick Thistle v Kilmarnock

  • Partick have won none of their last four home games in the Scottish top flight (D3 L1).
  • Kilmarnock have lost six and won none of their last eight league matches.
  • Thistle have won none of their last five clashes with Kilmarnock in the Scottish top flight (D1 L4).
  • The last four league games in the Scottish top flight between these two teams have produced 17 goals.
  • Kilmarnock have scored in each of their last four away games in the Scottish top flight (six goals in total).
  • Partick have made fewer fouls than any other side in the division this season (42).

 

Ross County v Hearts

  • Ross County's Mark Brown has made more saves (37) than any other goalkeeper in the Scottish Premiership this season. Hearts' Jamie MacDonald is second with 25 saves.
  • Hearts have won none of their last five league matches on the road (D2 L3); and have won just one of their last 18 away from home (D7 L10).
  • County have lost just three of their last 15 home games in the Scottish top flight (W7 D5).
  • Hearts were unbeaten against Ross County in the league last season (W1 D2).
  • Ross County have committed more fouls than any other side in the Premiership so far this season (86).
  • Hearts' Jamie Hamill has picked up more cards than any other Scottish Premiership player so far this season (3Y 1R).

 

Dundee United v Motherwell

  • Dundee United have hit the target with their shots more often than any other side in the Premiership so far this season (58.8% accuracy).
  • Both teams won two of the four Scottish Premier League matches they contested last season. On all four occasions, the victors were the away team.
  • The Terrors have lost five of their last six league matches at Tannadice (W1).
  • The Steelmen have lost just three of their last nine league matches on the road, winning five (D1).
  • Gary Mackay-Steven's two goals this season have come from just three shots.
  • Mackay-Steven has been fouled more than any other player in the Scottish Premiership so far this season.

 

 

 
 
 

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