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Stuart Dalgleish 25th Sep 2013 - 20:03

Scottish Premiership Opta Facts | 28-30 September


Kilmarnock v Celtic

  • Celtic have won five and lost none of their last six trips to Rugby Park in the league, scoring 20 goals in total in this run.
  • Joe Ledley has scored in three of his last four league clashes with Killie. Indeed, against no side has he scored more often in the Scottish top-flight (three).
  • Since the creation of the SPL, the Bhoys have won more often at Kilmarnock than at any other away ground in the competition (21 from 28 games).
  • Kilmarnock have lost a league-high eight points from winning positions this season.
  • Teemu Pukki has scored in both of his two league appearances for Neil Lennon's side so far.
  • Killie have scored exactly one goal in eight of their last nine league games but have not won any of them (D3 L6).


Hearts v Dundee United

  • Dundee United have won two of their last three league games against the Jambos, having won just three of their last 16 before that run.
  • The last four meetings between these two sides in the league have produced a total of 14 goals, an average of 3.5 per game.
  • Jackie McNamara's side are unbeaten in four away league games (W2 D2) and have only lost one of their last nine on the road (W3 D5).
  • Gary Locke's side have now lost three successive league games, their worst run since March.
  • The Jambos have won five of their last seven league games at Tynecastle, losing the other two.
  • Hearts and Dundee United have both conceded a joint-high four goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season.


Inverness CT v Hibernian

  • Midfielder Ross Draper has scored the opening goal of the last two league meetings between Inverness and Hibernian.
  • Caley Thistle have won nine and just two of their last 13 league meetings with Hibs at the Caledonian Stadium, keeping nine clean sheets in this run.
  • Terry Butcher's side have won three successive home games without conceding a goal; they last won four successive home league games back in January 2008 (ultimately winning five in a row in that run).
  • Hibs have gained more points from losing positions than any other side in the Scottish Premiership this term (seven).
  • Caley Thistle are the only Scottish Premiership side yet to concede a headed goal this term and have also netted a joint-high four in this way.
  • The Hibees have won four of their last five away league games, despite conceding exactly once in each of these trips.


Motherwell v Ross County

  • These sides met in the league for the first time last season; Motherwell won both home games but remained winless on the road (D1 L1).
  • The Staggies are winless in seven away league games (D2 L5), conceding 16 goals in this run.
  • Motherwell are unbeaten in four league games, winning three.
  • Three-quarters of Motherwell's goals this season have come in the first-half, a league-high proportion.
  • Ross County have conceded more goals than any other Scottish Premiership side this season (14).
  • The Steelmen have only failed to score in one of their last 14 league games at Fir Park (32 goals in total).


St Johnstone v Partick Thistle

  • This will be the first top-flight meeting between St Johnstone and Partick Thistle since 1993/94, when the Saints won 1-0 on home soil.
  • St Johnstone have lost just one of their last 10 meetings with Partick in all competitions (W4 D5).
  • The Jags have already won more away games this season (two of three) than they managed in total in their most recent season in the top-flight (one of 19).
  • The Saints are without a win in four league games (D1 L3) - their worst run since December 2012.
  • St Johnstone and Partick are two of only three SPL sides (with St Mirren) yet to score a headed goal this season.
  • Tommy Wright's side were beaten 1-2 by Hibernian in their last home league game; a defeat that ended a run of 13 games unbeaten at McDiarmid Park.


St Mirren v Aberdeen

  • St Mirren have only been ahead in one league game all season; a league-low.
  • Three of the four league meetings between these sides last term ended goalless.
  • The Buddies are without a win in seven top-flight clashes with Aberdeen, though six of these have ended level.
  • The Dons have not won three consecutive league games since August 2010.
  • Aberdeen have scored more goals in the second-half than any other Scottish Premiership this term (seven).
  • St Mirren have not won any of their last seven league games at St Mirren Park (D4 L3).




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