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Scottish Premiership Top Scorers - BBC Sport

Scottish Premiership top scorers. Showing assists, time on pitch and the shots on and off target.

Scottish Premier League Top Goalscorers 1998-99 to 2020-21 ...

Top Goalscorers in the Scottish Premier League (SPL) Season by Season and SPL Top ...

2018–19 Scottish Premiership - Wikipedia

Scottish Premiership; Season: 2018–19: Dates: 4 August 2018 – 19 May 2019: Champions: Celtic 6th Premiership title 50th Scottish title: Relegated: Dundee: Champions League: Celtic: Europa League: Rangers Kilmarnock Aberdeen: Matches played: 228: Goals scored: 578 (2.54 per match) Top goalscorer: Alfredo Morelos (18 goals) Biggest home win: Hibernian 6–0 Hamilton Academical

Scottish Top Flight All-time Top Goalscorers | FTBL CULT

Top Scorers in Scottish Premier League/Premiership History. 1. Kris Boyd – 222 goals (Kilmarnock, Rangers) 2. Henrik Larsson – 158 goals (Celtic) 3. Leigh Griffiths – 120 goals (Hibernian, Celtic) 4. Scott McDonald – 117 goals (Motherwell, Celtic) 5. Kenny Miller – 97 goals (Hibernian, Rangers, ...

2017–18 Scottish Premiership - Wikipedia

Scottish Premiership; Season: 2017–18: Dates: 5 August 2017 – 13 May 2018: Champions: Celtic 5th Premiership title 49th Scottish title: Relegated: Partick Thistle Ross County: Champions League: Celtic: Europa League: Aberdeen Rangers Hibernian: Matches played: 228: Goals scored: 594 (2.61 per match) Top goalscorer: Kris Boyd (18 goals) Biggest home win: Celtic 5–0 Rangers

Scottish Premiership Table - Football - BBC Sport

Scottish Premiership Table. Won 3 - 0 against Livingston on July 31st 2021. Lost 0 - 1 against Dundee United on August 7th 2021. Won 4 - 2 against Ross County on August 22nd 2021. Won 1 - 0 ...

1980–81 in Scottish football - Wikipedia

18 5 62 43 +19 50 Promotion to the 1981–82 First Division: 2 Queen of the South: 39 16 14 9 66 53 +13 46 3 Cowdenbeath: 39 18 9 12 63 48 +15 45 4 Brechin City: 39 15 14 10 52 46 +6 44 5 Forfar Athletic: 39 17 9 13 63 57 +6 43 6 Alloa Athletic: 39 15 12 12 61 54 +7 42 7 Montrose: 39 16 8 15 66 55 +11 40 8 Clyde: 39 14 12 13 68 63 +5 40 9 Arbroath: 39 13 12 14 58

2007–08 Scottish Premier League - Wikipedia

The 2007–08 Scottish Premier League season was the tenth season of the Scottish Premier League.It began on 4 August 2007 and was originally due to end on 18 May 2008. Due to the death of Phil O'Donnell and extremely poor weather causing the postponement of fixtures during the winter, as well as a backlog of Rangers fixtures and their progression to the UEFA Cup Final, the SPL decided to move ...

2014–15 Scottish Premiership - Wikipedia

Top goalscorer: Adam Rooney (18) Biggest home win: Celtic 6–1 Dundee United (16 August 2014) Hamilton 5–0 Motherwell (1 January 2015) Partick Thistle 5–0 Hamilton (21 January 2015) Celtic 5–0 Dundee (1 May 2015) Biggest away win: Ross County 0–5 Celtic (18 October 2014) Highest scoring: Dundee United 6–2 Dundee (1 January 2015) Longest winning run: 8 games