There is one clear and obvious answer as to who the most attacking team is, but where do Hibs rate against the rest of the top flight? Which sides are the ones to watch and which ones aren't going to provide a lot of excitement?
To find out we have looked at eight separate metrics via Wyscout – shots, crosses, touches in the box, corners, passes to the final third, progressive runs, progressive runs and deep completions – and rated each team from 12 (the best) to 1 (to worse) for each one leaving a score out of 96. Since teams have played a different amount of games we have looked at each stat on average per 90 minutes played.
Scroll down and click through to see how HIbs compare to the other 11 Scottish Premiership sides.
1. Hamilton - 19
No team has taken fewer shots than the 8.18 Accies average per 90 minutes, while they also sit bottom of corners, progressive passes and progressive runs. Photo: Craig Foy - SNS Group
2. Dundee United – 20
You can understand Lawrence Shankland’s struggles when you see that United pass the ball into the final third the least in the league and as such average the fewest touches in the opposition’s penalty area. (9.89 per 90). Photo: Ross Parker - SNS Group
3. Ross County – 38
The Staggies do well at getting the ball into the final third but fall down when it comes to making something happen, whether it is getting the ball to stick or finding a team-mate. Photo: Craig Foy - SNS Group
4. St Mirren – 40
When it comes to attacking stats St Mirren are middling to lower. They are good at passing into the final third but don’t fare well when passing into the box to a team-mate. Photo: Alan Harvey - SNS Group