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Rupert Wyman 28th Oct 2009 - 16:50

SPL Opta Facts - 31 October - 1 November

Statistics and facts to help your football betting are available every week at William Hill courtesy of Opta Sportsdata, Europe's leading provider of sports performance statistics.

Celtic v Kilmarnock

  • Celtic have won each of their last seven meetings with Kilmarnock.
  • Kilmarnock have picked up just two points from their last 27 league meetings with Tony Mowbray's side.
  • Scott McDonald has scored seven goals in his last six appearances against Kilmarnock.
  • Kilmarnock have failed to find the net in any of their last four matches against Celtic away from home.
  • In 18 trips to Parkhead in the SPL, Kilmarnock have only managed 10 goals.
  • Celtic have only failed to score in one of their SPL games so far this season.

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Hibernian v Aberdeen

  • The away team has won only once in the last 16 meetings between these two sides.
  • There have been five red cards given in the last five matches played between Hibs and Aberdeen.
  • Five of the last six meetings between these two sides at Easter Road in the league have ended level.
  • Aberdeen have only scored three goals in their last seven league matches.
  • The Dons have conceded only once in their four SPL away matches this season so far.
  • Hibernian are unbeaten in five league games, winning three times during that period - no side has claimed more points in the SPL in this period.

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Motherwell v Hearts

  • The home side has won four of the last five matches played between these two teams.
  • Motherwell have lost three of their last four games against the Tynecastle outfit.
  • Hearts have won four of their last five trips to Fir Park in the league, keeping a clean sheet in each win.
  • Hearts have only managed to win once in their last five league matches.
  • Motherwell have drawn five of their nine league games this term.
  • The Steelmen have kept five clean sheets in their last seven league games, conceding three in the other two.

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St Johnstone v Falkirk

  • Falkirk have won each of their last four league meetings with St Johnstone.
  • The Bairns have scored exactly three goals in their last three league meetings with the Bairns.
  • St Johnstone have been defeated in each of their last three home games against Falkirk.
  • Falkirk have scored only one goal in their last six league matches.
  • St Johnstone have lost four of their last five league matches.
  • Falkirk are the only side yet to muster a league win this season.

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St Mirren v Hamilton

  • There have only been three goals scored in the last three meetings between these two sides.
  • None of the last nine matches played between these two sides at St Mirren has ended as a draw.
  • The home side have only managed two goals in the last six meetings between St Mirren and Hamilton.
  • Hamilton have managed only three goals in their last five league games.
  • The Accies have only one win to their name from nine matches in the SPL this term.
  • St Mirren have managed eight goals in their last three league matches, double the amount that they managed in their first six games this term.

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Dundee United v Rangers

  • Dundee United have not managed a win in eight attempts against Rangers.
  • Rangers have only won once in their last six trips to Tannadice to play Dundee United.
  • Rangers' forward Kyle Lafferty has scored a goal in each of the last three meetings between these two sides.
  • The Gers have failed to win against Dundee United in the league 16 times since the creation of the SPL - only against Celtic have they been thwarted more often (29 times).
  • Rangers have drawn four of their last six league matches.
  • No side has conceded as few goals as Rangers (6) in the SPL.

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