Scottish Stat Pack | 19th-21st September 2014


LOOKING for the best stats on Scottish football this weekend? Look no further.

Scottish Premier League

Partick v St Mirren

  • Over 2.5 Goals has paid out in 8/10 Partick home games
  • St Mirren have conceded 7 of their 9 goals in the second half this season
  • St Mirren have lost 8 of their last 10 away games.

Aberdeen v Ross County

  • Every Ross County game this season has gone Over 2.5 Goals
  • Ross have conceded 7 of their 16 goals between 46 and 60 mins
  • 5 of the last 6 meetings between the clubs have gone Under 2.5 Goals

Hamilton v Kilmarnock

  • Hamilton have excelled in the second half in 2014/15 scoring 7 and conceding just 1
  • Kilmarnock have drawn 6 of their last 9 matches away to promoted teams

Inverness CT v St Johnstone

  • Inverness have yet to concede at home this season
  • Back No in the BTTS market. It's paid out on the last 7 occasions and in 13 of the last 14 meetings

Dundee v Dundee Utd

  • All Dundee home games this season have ended in a draw
  • All Dundee games this season have witnessed Under 2.5 Goals
  • Dundee Utd have opened the scoring in 83% of their games in 2014/15
  • Dundee Utd are unbeaten in 6 against their city rivals

Celtic v Motherwell

  • The W-W double result has paid out for Celtic in seven of their last 10 home games against Motherwell.
  • In the last 15 mins of games this season, Motherwell have scored 0 and conceded 5

Scottish Championship

Falkirk v Dumbarton

  • 100% of Dumbarton away games this season have gone Over 2.5 goals and seen both teams score
  • 11 of the last 12 Dumbarton games v bottom half sides have gone Over 2.5 Goals

Livingston v Raith

  • Every Livingston game this campaign has gone Over 2.5 Goals
  • Livingston have scored first in 8 of their last 10 games

Queen Of The South v Hibernian

  • Queen of the South have won eight of their last 12 home fixtures
  • Hibernian are yet to pick up a point away from home this season
  • Over 2.5 Goals and Both Teams To Score has paid out in 4/5 Hibernian games this season

Alloa v Rangers

  • Rangers have won every away game this season to Nil
  • In 9 matches v Alloa, Rangers have never lost

Hearts v Cowdenbeath

  • Hearts have a 100% record at home this season while Cowdenbeath have lost every away game
  • Each Hearts home game and every Cowden away game has gone Over 2.5 Goals this season

Scottish League One

Peterhead v Stenhousemuir

  • Stenhousemuir have lost all their away games this season and have yet to score a goal
  • The last 6 meetings between the sides produced Over 2.5 Goals

Stirling Albion v Forfar

  • Stirling Albion have lost all their home games this season and all the matches have gone Over 3.5 Goals
  • The last 5 meetings between the sides have seen Over 2.5 Goals and both teams scoring

Brechin v Ayr

  • All Ayr away games this season have gone Over 2.5 Goals
  • Brechin are unbeaten in 7 v Ayr and all of those games saw both teams score

Airdrie v Stranraer

  • Airdrie are yet to score a home goal in 2014/15

Morton v Dunfermline

  • Morton have a 100% home record so far this season with all these matches going Over 2.5 Goals

Scottish League Two

Berwick v Albion

  • Every Berwick home game this season has gone Over 2.5 Goals

Elgin v Montrose

  • Montrose have lost all their away games this season

East Fife v Queens Park

  • Every East Fife game in 2014/15 has paid out on Over 2.5 Goals and BTTS

East Stirling v Annan

  • East Stirling have won all their home games in 2014/15 while Annan have lost all their away ties
  • The Both Teams To Score bet has paid out in the last 8 East Stirling v Annan encounters

Clyde v Arbroath

  • Clyde have drawn all their home games this season
  • Arbroath are unbeaten in 6 v Clyde

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Chris first got interested in betting back in 2000 when he began working in betting shops throughout Scotland. He has remained in the industry ever since, specialising in marketing and PR roles. Outside of betting, his interests are listening to Blur and following Queen Of The South.

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