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Simon Gott 14th Feb 2013 - 17:56

SPL Opta Facts - February 15-16

 

Aberdeen v Dundee

  • After going eight encounters without a win Aberdeen have won their last two fixtures against Dundee, the first ever time they have recorded consecutive wins over the Dark Blues in the SPL.
  • Aberdeen's victory over Dundee at Pittodrie earlier this season was their first ever home win against them in the SPL, at their 14th attempt.
  • The Dons have alternated between a draw and a defeat in their last five league games, for that run to continue they will lose this fixture.
  • At home the Dons have drawn their last three games, with the last two ending goalless.
  • Dundee are winless in 11 games, taking just three points from the 33 on offer.
  • Dundee have netted just six goals on the road this season, every other team except Hearts (11) has managed at least double this.

 

Celtic v Dundee United

  • Celtic have never lost to Dundee United at home in the SPL, winning 21 of 27 clashes.
  • The Terrors have failed to score more than a single goal in any of their last eight visits to Celtic Park.
  • The Bhoys have won 10 of their last 11 games in the league, losing only to Hibs in this run.
  • Celtic have netted 15 goals in their last four games and conceded just three in the process.
  • Dundee United have conceded 10 goals in their last four away games, with their last away trip coming against Celtic on January 22.
  • Celtic (nor any other side) have not managed to win six consecutive games so far this season.

 

Hearts v Kilmarnock

  • Hearts have lost their last four home games against Kilmarnock, failing to score in three of these encounters.
  • Only one of the last 18 games between these sides at Tynecastle has ended level, with the away side winning only seven of these.
  • Hearts are unbeaten in four home games at the moment (W3, D1), keeping three clean sheets in these matches.
  • Conversely Killie have failed to win in five away games (D4, L1) scoring just one goal per game on average in this period.
  • Only Celtic have claimed more points at home this season than Hearts (21).
  • Killie have failed to net a first half goal in their last three away games.

 

Motherwell v Inverness CT

  • Inverness' Billy McKay is the top scorer in the SPL this season, banging in 17 goals so far.
  • Aaron Doran has provided 11 assists for his Inverness team mates this season, more than any other player from any club in the league in 2012/13.
  • Motherwell's Darren Randolph has been forced to make 97 saves so far in this league campaign, more than any other 'keeper in the division.
  • Motherwell have lost just two of their last 15 SPL games against Inverness, winning 11 of these encounters.
  • The Steelmen are unbeaten in their last six home games, currently the joint longest run of its kind in the division with Celtic.
  • Caley Thistle's defeat at St Mirren on their last away trip ended a run of seven road games without a defeat, the joint-longest run of its kind this season.

 

Ross County v St Johnstone

  • Ross County are currently unbeaten in six league games, the best run in the SPL at the moment and the second time they have achieved the feat this season.
  • Ross County are still looking for their first SPL victory over St Johnstone having picked up just one point from their previous two clashes this season.
  • The Staggies have kept clean sheets in two of their last three games.
  • After going six games without a win Saints have now won three of their last four in the league (L1).
  • County have been given more yellow cards (53) than any other side this season.
  • St Johnstone meanwhile have had more red cards (6) than any other side in this campaign.

 

St Mirren v Hibernian

  • Only Inverness' Billy McKay (17) has scored more goals than Leigh Griffiths (16 for Hibernian) in the SPL this season.
  • St Mirren's James Goodwin has received a league high nine yellow cards so far this season.
  • St Mirren have won just one of their last five clashes with Hibs (L3, D1), scoring just a goal a game on average in this run.
  • Saints have only failed to score in two of 12 home games against Hibernian in the SPL.
  • Hibernian have won just once in their last 10 games, (D4, L5), however that was a 1-0 victory over Celtic.
  • On the road Hibs have scored just once in their last five games.

 

 
 
 

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