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Lewis Constable 12th Mar 2015 - 16:18

Scottish Premiership Opta Facts – March 13 & 14

Aberdeen v Motherwell
The Dons are unbeaten in six home games; their longest run there this season (W5 D1).
Motherwell have only let in one goal away at Aberdeen across their last four visits there.
Adam Rooney (Aberdeen) bagged a brace in the last meeting between these sides; the only goals scored in the encounter.
Aberdeen have taken the lead in 12 home games this season; the most by any side on their own patch.
Three of Motherwell's last five goals have come from a set-piece situation.

Hamilton v Ross County
Hamilton have won both of the previous top-flight meetings with Ross County.
Ross County have never scored in the top-tier of Scottish football against Hamilton.
Martin Canning (Hamilton) scored in both of the meetings played out between these teams earlier this season.
18 of Hamilton's last 19 goals scored at home have come from open play.
The Staggies have won four consecutive matches; the best current run in the division.

Kilmarnock v St Mirren
Kilmarnock have won their last three matches played against St Mirren.
St Mirren have scored at least once in seven of their last eight away at Killie.
Temitope Obadeyi has scored in two of his last three appearances for Kilmarnock.
Kilmarnock have claimed just two wins from their last eight to have been played at Rugby Park, conceding exactly two goals in each of their last four there (D1 L5).
St Mirren have kept two clean sheets this season; a league-low number.

Partick Thistle v St Johnstone
The Jags have never beaten St Johnstone in the top-flight (D3 L2).
St Johnstone have kept clean sheets in their last two top-tier matches played away at Partick Thistle.
Partick topscorer Kris Doolan (7) has gone seven matches without a goal.
Partick Thistle have lost 16 points from winning positions this season; a league-high number.
St Johnstone have tasted defeat just once in their last six matches (W2 D3).

 

 
 
 

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