Peterhead: a look at the numbers

Peterhead's Jim McInally has a lot to reflect upon (DUNCAN BROWN).
Peterhead's Jim McInally has a lot to reflect upon (DUNCAN BROWN).

Though the league table makes for frustrating reading, Peterhead have much to be confident about.

The 5-0 thrashing of Queen’s Park was League 2’s biggest win of the season.

In the last three matches the form of the Blue Toon is matched only by league leaders Clyde. Both have won two and drawn one.

More promising still is the form of Jim McInally’s first-choice strike partnership - both Rory McAllister and Andy Rodgers have netted four times in the last five league matches - this figure is only matched by Annan’s Kenneth Mackay.

Despite their seeming indifferent early run of games, Peterhead have only lost three times this season - the lowest in the league. They are however joint top in terms of draws.

The most frustrating stat though is that Peterhead have kept just one clean sheet - Queen’s Park are the only team with a worse shut out record.