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4 of the most interesting stats in the Scottish Premiership right now

To help you look forward to week seven of the Scottish Premiership season, we’ve collated some of the most interesting advanced statistics thus far.

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David Templeton in action for Hamilton against former club Hearts. Picture: SNS Group

Hamilton’s David Templeton out for 4-6 weeks after fracturing foot

David Templeton has been ruled out for four to six weeks after suffering a fractured foot during the defeat to Hearts.

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Moussa Dembele in action for Celtic. Picture: SNS/Rob Casey

5 things we learned from the Ladbrokes Premiership weekend

Week six of the Ladbrokes Premiership saw champions Celtic move clear at the top of the table as Aberdeen dropped points at home to Kilmarnock, while Dundee recorded their first win of the league campaign.

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Ross Callachan, left, celebrates his goal

Craig Levein’s work ethic pays off as Hearts win at Hamilton

With the failed Ian Cathro experiment rapidly becoming a sepia-tinted memory, optimism has returned to 
Riccarton. The confusion generated by the rookie manager’s public pronouncements were often mirrored on the field, where uncertainty was a recurring theme.

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Hearts' Ross Callachan celebrates his first goal for his boyhood team. Picture: SNS/Roddy Scott

Hamilton 1 - 2 Hearts: Craig Levein revival continues

Hearts moved above Hamilton and up to seventh place in the Premiership with the first victory of manager Craig Levein’s second reign. It was a hard-fought affair, though, as his side spent the final two-thirds of the game on the back foot.

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Hamilton’s David Templeton out to prove Hearts boo boys wrong

David Templeton is determined to prove the boo boys wrong when Hamilton face Hearts tomorrow.

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Hearts manager Craig Levein, left, discusses strategy with assistant Austin MacPhee. Picture: SNS.

Celtic dominance makes spying worthless for Hearts’ Craig Levein

Hearts manager Craig Levein has acknowledged that Celtic are so far ahead of the rest of Scottish football that his spying mission at Hamilton last Friday was a waste of time.

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Rangers' Alfredo Morelos has adapted well to Scottish football. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

5 things we learned from the Ladbrokes Premiership weekend

Champions Celtic moved back to the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership in the fifth weekend of the campaign, while Rangers recorded an impressive win and Joe Lewis thwarted Hearts at BT Murrayfield.

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Celtic's Scott Brown clashed with Hamilton's Giannis Skondras. Picture: SNS/Rob Casey

Scott Brown could face Old Firm ban for ‘kicking’ player’s face

Scott Brown could miss Celtic’s trip to Ibrox on 23 September, the season’s first Old Firm clash, after appearing to flick his boot into the face of a Hamilton Academical player.

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Celtic's Odsonne Edouard (second from right) celebrates his goal with his new team-mates. Picture: SNS

Five things we learned from Hamilton 1 - 4 Celtic

Craig Fowler gives his take on Celtic’s comfortable Friday night victory over Hamilton Accies.

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Celtics Odsonne Edouard applauds the fans at full-time following his goalscoring debut at Hamilton. Picture: SNS.

Celtic hail Odsonne Edouard after scoring debut at Hamilton

Brendan Rodgers described Celtic as a joy to watch as they warmed up for Paris Saint-Germain with a handsome 4-1 win at Hamilton.

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Celtic's Patrick Roberts applauds the fans as he's replaced. Picture: SNS

How Patrick Roberts fared on his second debut for Celtic

Patrick Roberts made his second debut for Celtic as Brendan Rodgers’ men defeated Hamilton Accies 4-1 at New Douglas Park. Craig Fowler looks at his performance.

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Scott Sinclair nets his side's third goal from an acute angle. Picture: SNS

Hamilton 1 - 4 Celtic: How the players rated on each side

Ratings out of ten for every player in Celtic’s comfortable 4-1 victory over Hamilton Accies.

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Celtic's Scott Sinclair, left, celebrates his second goal with Odsonne Edouard and Patrick Roberts. Picture: SNS

Hamilton 1 - 4 Celtic: Roberts and Edouard shine in comfortable win

This was far from the work out Celtic might have preferred prior to an appointment with Paris Saint-Germain. It resembled Tuesday’s assignment only in being played under floodlights.

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Armed polcie will be on patrol at Celtic Park for the club's Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain. Picture: SNS/Alan Harvey

Celtic tell fans not to bring ‘excessive’ banners to Hamilton

Celtic have told their supporters not to display “excessive” banners during Friday night’s match with Hamilton Accies.

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Celtic’s French connection starts a few days early for Odsonne Edouard

The soundtrack of the week ahead for Celtic really ought to be La Marseillaise.

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Hamilton's Greg Docherty. Picture: SNS

Hamilton youngster Greg Docherty would consider Ireland switch

Hamilton midfielder Greg Docherty has revealed he is willing to consider a switch of allegiance to the Republic of Ireland after being overlooked again by Scotland Under-21 boss Scot Gemmill.

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Rumour Mill: Could Celtic go back for defender? | Brown slams Malta ace | Duo return to boost Hibs

Celtic could go back for Rivaldo Coetzee in the future predicts player’s new boss; Brown brands Malta defender a ‘horrible b*****d’ and key duo set to return for Hibs

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If Leigh Griffiths is rested against Hamilton, Odsonne Edouard (inset) could make his debut. Pictures: Getty/SNS Group

Leigh Griffiths gives injury update ahead of Celtic-PSG clash

Leigh Griffiths has allayed fears of an injury lay-off as he revealed he ‘should be fine’ for Celtic’s match on Friday against Hamilton Academical.

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Nicky Clark hit a double in Dunfermline Athletic's defeat of Buckie Thistle. Picture: SNS/Craig Foy

Irn-Bru Cup Round-up: Pars progress as Premiership U20s exit

Dunfermline moved smoothly into the last 16 of the Irn-Bru Cup with a 3-0 win at Buckie Thistle.

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