Dunfermline are now unbeaten in 7 League games, during which the team have scored at least once in every game.
The clean sheet at Ayr on Saturday was the first time this season that Dunfermline have had two consecutive shut-outs in the League.
Nicky Clark's goal at Ayr took his total for Dunfermline to 8 in 15 League appearances this season, a ratio of one goal every 1.8 games. In this decade, only 3 other Pars players have a similar ratio of better than one goal every 2 games over the course of a season. The other players are Faissal El Bakhtaoui (22 goals in 31 games, 2015/16, ratio of a goal every 1.4 games); Lawrence Shankland (7 goals in 13 games, 2013/14: a goal every 1.8 games); and Martin Hardie (8 goals in 14 games, 2010/11: a goal every 1.7 games). Figures apply to League games only, and only players who played a minimum of 10 League games in a season were included in this statistic.
Kallum Higginbotham has more assists (7) than any other Pars player this season (total applies to all competitions).
For the second consecutive week, Dunfermline are top of the Championship current form table (most recent 6 games) with 12 points, one point ahead of Hibs. The Pars are also the only undefeated club in those past 6 games.
Dunfermline have the fourth highest average home attendance in the Championship this season, 4613. Hibs have the biggest average crowds at 15,251 followed by Dundee United (7105) and Falkirk (5159), then the Pars.