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Eden Jon 3rd Oct 2014 - 11:27

Scottish Premiership Opta Stats: Oct 3 - 5


Kilmarnock v Dundee United

  • Kilmarnock have lost their last four clashes with Dundee United in the Scottish top-flight.
  • Dundee United, the top scorers in the Scottish Premiership this season, have struck five times in the final 15 minutes of their matches this season; a league-high.
  • Both teams have scored five headed goals so far this season; a joint league-high.
  • Chris Erskine's four goals this season for United have come from just seven shots in total.
  • Former United striker Lee Miller has scored twice in 11 league appearances against the Arabs.
  • No side has conceded more goals in the 90th minute or later than league leaders Dundee United (2).

Dundee v Aberdeen

  • Dundee have scored seven goals in eight games this season, never scoring more than once in any match.
  • Aberdeen have won three and lost just one of their last five in the Scottish Prem.
  • Dundee have been shown nine yellow cards so far this season. Only Celtic (5) have received fewer.
  • Only Celtic (67%) have seen more of the ball in their games this season than Aberdeen (65%).
  • Aberdeen are one of two sides yet to score after the 76th minute so far this season (also Motherwell).

Partick Thistle v Mortherwell

  • Partick Thistle (34%) and opponents Motherwell (37%) have averaged the lowest possession figures so far this season.
  • Motherwell's only win since the opening day came in their last away trip (2-1 over Ross County).
  • The Well have picked up more points on the road (4) than at home (3) so far this season.
  • Partick have lost two of the four games this season that they have scored the first goal in, winning just one (D1).
  • Motherwell's Dan Twardzik has made 49 saves, 18 more than any other goalkeeper in the league.
  • Only Ross County (3) have picked up fewer points from their last six league games than both Partick and Motherwell (both four points).
  • Motherwell's Jack Leitch has been shown three yellow cards from just four fouls conceded so far this season.

St Johnstone v St Mirren

  • St Johnstone have managed just three league goals in seven games since their opening day 2-1 win over Ross County.
  • St Mirren are yet to find the back of the net in the first half of their league games so far this season.
  • 17 of St Johnstone's 20 players so far this season have been Scottish, a high in the Premiership.
  • No player has attempted more shots without scoring this season than St Mirren's John McGinn (14).
  • McGinn has also made more fouls than any other player in the division so far (22).
  • St Mirren have picked up all four of their points this season in their last three matches (W1 D1 L1).

Inverness CT v Ross County

  • Inverness have lost two of their last three (W1) after starting the season with four wins in five (D1).
  • Only Celtic (29) have used more players in the Premiership this season than Ross County (23).
  • No side has picked up more points from their home games this season than Caley Thistle (10, W3 D1 - level with Dundee United and Aberdeen).
  • Ross County have lost all four of their away games in 2014/15, scoring just once and conceding 13.
  • Inverness have used just five Scottish players so far this season; fewer than any other team.
  • County have shipped a divisional high seven headed goals so far this season.

Celtic v Hamilton

  • The Bhoys haven't lost a home league game since November 2012 when they lost 0-1 to Inverness.
  • Hamilton have picked up 10 points on the road so far this season; the best return in the Premiership.
  • The defending Champions have yet to drop a point from leading positions so far this season.
  • However, the Accies have recovered four points from trailing positions. No side has managed more.
  • Three of the six goals scored in the opening 10 minutes so far this season have come in games involving Celtic (two for and one against).
  • No-one has kept more clean sheets in the Scottish Premiership this season than Hamilton's Michael McGovern (5).



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