Scottish Premiership Opta Facts | 4-5 Jan
Motherwell v Inverness CT
Motherwell have scored 15 goals in their last five meetings with Caley, but have kept just one clean sheet in the process (W3 L2).
Inverness have won just once in their last ten league trips to Fir Park (D2 L7).
Billy McKay has scored four times in his last two Scottish Premiership games against Motherwell.
Motherwell have won five successive games in league competition going into this match.
Caley are unbeaten in four away games in the league; keeping a clean sheet in all four (W2 D2).
Ross County v St Johnstone
Ross County hold just one top-flight win over St Johnstone, though it came in their last encounter at Dingwall in February 2013 (D2 L2).
St Johnstone won the reverse league fixture 4-0, with all the goals coming from different scorers.
The Staggies have lost their last four home league games, scoring just three and conceding ten in the process.
Ross County have conceded 18 first half goals this season; a league-high.
In league competition, St Johnstone have recorded just one away win in their last 10; failing to score in their last three (D3 L6).
St Mirren v Celtic
St Mirren have picked up a solitary point from their last nine league games against Celtic (L8) which came in their last meeting in March 2013.
The Bhoys kept eight consecutive clean sheets in the league against St Mirren before the 1-1 draw in March against them.
Celtic's only defeat in their last 24 Scottish Premiership games against the Buddies came in March 2010, where they succumbed to a shock 4-0 defeat at St Mirren Park (W21 D2).
St Mirren have lost seven points from leading positions at home this term; a joint-league-high figure.
Celtic are unbeaten in 12 games away from home (W10 D2).
Dundee United v Hibernian
Dundee United have tasted defeat just once in their last 10 league games against Hibs, scoring on each occasion (W5 D4).
Hibs have won only once in their last 13 trips to Tannadice Park (W6 D6).
Terry Butcher's side have failed to score in four of their last six away games, drawing once and losing three (W2).
In the previous league meeting, both sides were reduced to ten men with Kevin Thomson and Gavin Gunning both sent off.
Dundee United have conceded a higher share of their league goals in the final 15 minutes of games than any other team in the Scottish Premiership this season (43%).
Hearts v Partick Thistle
Hearts have only lost one of their last seven league meetings with Partick Thistle (W3 D3).
Partick have failed to score in their last two trips to Tynecastle, losing on both occasions.
Hearts are winless in seven home league games, failing to score five of those fixtures (D2 L5).
Hearts are the only side in the division yet to score in the first 15 minutes of a match.
Partick Thistle are without an away win in five league games (D1 L4).
Kilmarnock v Aberdeen
Kilmarnock have scored in each of their last nine league fixtures at home against the Dons (W4 D3 L2), though haven't won any of the previous three (D2 L1).
Aberdeen have won four of their last five league games on the road (L1).
After three successive 2-0 league defeats at Rugby Park, the Dons are unbeaten in their last three (W1 D2).
Kilmarnock have won back-to-back home games in the league, the last time they won three on the bounce at home was back in 2009 (May-August).
Aberdeen have conceded just four first half goals this season; a league-low.