SUPER statician man Owen Scott has been studying the weekend SPFL card and he's come up with some facts and figures that may influence you when having a bet.

And please remember these are stats – not tips – from the William Hill man.

Kilmarnock v Inverness

Inverness have won both ties between the sides this season. Both sides
scored in each game as well. Inverness to Win and Both Teams Score 4-1.

Motherwell v Aberdeen

Both sides suffered defeats last week after a run of wins. In all three
matches between the sides this season the away side has won. Aberdeen to Win 7-4.

Ross County v Hearts

Both matches between the sides this season have produced last-minute goals. Match goal 86th minute-full-time 9-4.

St Mirren v Partick Th

Chris Erskine has returned to Partick on loan from Dundee Utd. His only goal
this season for Dundee Utd was against St Mirren. Erskine to Score Anytime 7-2.

Hibs v Celtic (Sun)

Celtic have won their last seven matches without conceding a goal. Celtic to Win to Nil 6-5.

Dundee Utd v St Johnstone (Mon)

Dundee Utd have now gone six league games without a win. They have only won one match in their last six meetings
with St Johnstone. May to Score and St Johnstone Win 9-2.

Rangers v Arbroath

Lee McCulloch scored a hat-trick the last time Arbroath were at Ibrox. Jon Daly has not scored in his last six
matches but netted away to Arbroath. McCulloch and Daly Both to Score 6-4.

1 Comment
  1. Owen Scott 7 years ago

    Only one winner today with another two games to go

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