There are 16 games in the SPFL this weekend – here are some of the key numbers in the Ladbrokes Premiership, Championship, League 1 & League 2.
8 Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Celtic haven’t conceded a goal in any of their last eight domestic games – six in the league and two in the Betfred Cup. The last player to score an SPFL goal against Brendan Rodgers’ side was Souleymane Coulibaly in the first half of Kilmarnock’s 6-1 defeat at Parkhead on September 24. Motherwell will attempt to end that run when the teams meet at Fir Park on Saturday, live on Sky Sports at 12.15pm.
2 In an incredibly tight Ladbrokes Premiership table, the clubs from Motherwell in fifth place down to bottom side Partick Thistle are separated by only two points. Of those seven sides, four are in direct opposition on Saturday - Kilmarnock welcome Dundee to Rugby Park and Hamilton Accies take on Partick Thistle at the SuperSeal Stadium.
3 Championship leaders Hibernian and closest challengers Dundee United meet at Tannadice on Friday night, live on BT Sport at 7.45pm. They are separated in the table by three points and, between them, have lost just three of their 28 league matches this season. Hibs have the best defensive record in the country, with only seven goals conceded in 14 outings.
5 Since losing at home to Peterhead in mid-October, Airdrieonians have put together a five-match winning run in Ladbrokes League 1 to climb to second in the table. The Diamonds are now just a point behind leaders Livingston – who knocked them out of the Scottish Cup last week – as they prepare to face Peterhead at Balmoor on Saturday. The top four in League 1 – Brechin City are third and Alloa Athletic fourth – are separated by only three points.
7 Edinburgh City might be bottom of Ladbrokes League 2 but they are unbeaten in their last seven matches - four in League 2 and three in the Scottish Cup - since losing to Clyde on October 15. Three of the matches have been won 1-0 by City, three were 1-1 draws and one ended 0-0. The Lowland League champions are away to third-placed Arbroath on Saturday and a win could see them move off the foot of the table.