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Stuart Dalgleish 19th Dec 2013 - 14:59

Scottish Premiership Opta Facts | 21 December

Celtic v Hearts

  • Celtic have won 17 of their last 19 league games at home, drawing the other two.
  • Only Ross County (2) have picked up fewer points away from home this season than Hearts (4; W1 D1 L6).
  • Neil Lennon's side have won their last seven league clashes with Hearts, keeping five clean sheets and conceding just two goals in total.
  • Hearts have lost nine of their last 12 league games (W1 D2).
  • Celtic are the only side in the Premiership yet to drop any points from leading positions this season.
  • No side have used fewer players this season than Hearts (18; level with Inverness).


Dundee United v Ross County

  • No team has picked up more points from their last six league games than Dundee United (16 points; W5 D1).
  • Ross County are without a win in six league matches (D1 L5).
  • United have lost none of the 10 games this season when they have scored first (W8 D2).
  • No team has dropped more points from leading positions this season than Ross County (8).
  • Dundee have won their last four home games; they have not won five home league matches in a row since March 2011.
  • No side have picked up more cards this season than Ross County (31Y 3R).


Hibernian v St Johnstone

  • Hibernian are without a win in seven matches (D3 L4) and have scored just twice in those seven matches.
  • Both teams have won four of the last eight league meetings between the two.
  • The Hibees have lost just two of their last seven league games at Easter Road (W1 D4).
  • Steve May has been fouled 33 times so far this season; a league-high.
  • No team has conceded the opening goal on more occasions this season than Hibernian (11).


Kilmarnock v Partick Thistle

  • Kilmarnock have won just two of their last 14 at home in the league (D3 L9).
  • All three of Partick Thistle's league wins this season have come away from home.
  • Killie have used 28 players in the Premiership this season; more than any other team.
  • After keeping a clean sheet on the opening day, Partick have conceded in each of their last 14 Scottish Premiership games.
  • Kilmarnock have seen four of their players sent-off this season; more than any other team.
  • The Jags are the most accurate shooters in the league, hitting the target with 52.7% of their efforts this season. However, only Hibs (8.3%) have got a lower shot conversion rate than Partick (8.7%).


Motherwell v St Mirren

  • The ‘Well have battled back to win three of the five home games this season that they have conceded first in (L2).
  • St Mirren have won two of their last seven on the road in the league (L5).
  • In both of those victories the Buddies kept a clean sheet, conceding 14 times in the other five.
  • Motherwell have a shooting accuracy of just 37.8%; the lowest in the Scottish Premiership.
  • Motherwell have alternated between winning and losing their last eight league matches. For this run to continue, they need to lose to St Mirren.


Inverness CT v Aberdeen

  • Inverness have the best home record in the Scottish Premiership this season, winning six of their seven games at the Caledonian Stadium (L1).
  • Aberdeen have kept five clean sheets in their last seven Premiership matches; conceding exactly three goals in each of the other two.
  • Caley Thistle have kept nine clean sheets this season; more than any other side in the division. They have currently gone four league matches without conceding.
  • The Dons have won two of their last seven league clashes with Inverness (D1 L4); keeping a clean sheet in both wins.
  • Caley are one of two teams (with Celtic) yet to have a player sent off this season.




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