Scottish Premiership Opta Facts February 19-20
Partick Thistle v Aberdeen
Partick Thistle have failed to score in seven of their last eight Scottish Premiership games against Aberdeen, including the last five encounters in a row.
In fact, Partick have won just two points in their last five meetings with Aberdeen in the league (W0 D2 L3).
Aberdeen have lost just four of their previous 16 Scottish Premiership meetings with Partick Thistle, but three of these defeats have been away from home.
Adam Rooney has scored 19 league goals for Aberdeen this season; 12 more than any other player for the club.
In fact, Rooney has scored 13 goals in his last 15 league appearances for Aberdeen.
Celtic v Inverness CT
Celtic have conceded just five goals and kept five clean sheets in their last nine league meetings with Inverness Caley Thistle.
Since the start of 2013, Inverness CT have collected just one win in 12 league meetings with Celtic (L9 D2).
Inverness CT have lost more Scottish Premiership games against Celtic (25) than versus any other opponent.
Leigh Griffiths has been involved in 26 league goals for Celtic this season (22 goals, four assists) – no other Celtic player has been involved in more than 11 league goals in 2015-16.
Greg Tansey has already scored more Scottish Premiership goals this season (7) than he did in 2013-14 and 2014-15 combined (6).
Tansey has scored five goals in his last six league games for Inverness CT.
Dundee United v Hearts
Dundee United have lost their last two league games against Hearts – they haven’t lost three in a row against them in the Scottish Premiership since August 2003.
Hearts have lost nine of their last 13 away trips to Dundee United in the Scottish Premiership (D1 W3).
Dundee United have won just three of their 25 league games so far this season – in 2014-15, they had won 14 games at this stage of the season.
Hearts have lost just one of their last 16 league games (W7 D8 L1) and they are unbeaten in their last seven (W3 D4).
The Edinburgh side have kept six clean sheets in their last nine league away games.
Kilmarnock v Dundee
Kilmarnock have collected just four points in their last five Scottish Premiership games versus Dundee (W1 D1 L3).
Dundee have won their last three successive away trips to play Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership. Before this run, Dundee had won just three of their 13 Premiership away games there.
Killie have managed to net just four goals in their last five league meetings with Dundee.
Dundee have scored 16 goals in their last seven league games – 2.3 per game on average.
Kilmarnock have won just one of their last seven Scottish Premiership games at home (W1 D2 L4).
Ross County v Hamilton
After failing to win their first three Scottish Premiership encounters with Hamilton, Ross County have won their last three versus them in a row.
Hamilton have conceded at least two goals in each of their last four Scottish Premiership meetings with Ross County.
Ross County have failed to score in their last two league games – they last failed to score in three successive Scottish Premiership games in December 2013.
County have conceded 17 goals in their last seven league games at home (2.4 per game on average).
Hamilton have won just 13 points from their last 17 league games, after winning 16 points in their opening nine games of the Scottish Premiership season.
St Johnstone v Motherwell
St Johnstone have won their last five Scottish Premiership encounters at home versus Motherwell.
Just one of the last 11 Scottish Premiership meetings between St Johnstone and Motherwell has been won by the side playing away from home.
St Johnstone have collected only two points in their last seven league games (W0 D2 L5).
Motherwell won their last league game (3-0 v Dundee Utd), ending a winless run of six games (D2 L4) in the competition.
Four of St Johnstone’s last eight league goals have been scored by David Wotherspoon.