Stuart McCall’s Motherwell travel north this Sunday to take on Dundee in the Scottish Cup Fourth Round.
The Dees have battled through the problems of administration admirably well and sit just one point off the top of the First Division table, despite losing their management team and a host of first-team players.
They do have an outstanding 25-point deduction hanging over the head, which would take them bottom, but former ‘Well supremo Bryan Jackson at PKF is still appealing that judgment.
Motherwell have found good form hard to come by in recent times but Stuart McCall has given everyone at the club a lift and the players will be eager to impress in front of the live Sky cameras.
Motherwell fans will be housed in the Bob Shankly Stand, behind the goal, with tickets available on the gate priced at:
- Concessions are listed as Under 16’s and 60 and over’s.
- Fans that require wheelchair access should contact the club on 01698 338068 or email email@example.com.
Three Supporters Association coaches will make their way to the match:
The Wishaw branch bus to Dundee on Sunday 9th January will leave Wishaw at 11am. To book seats phone Anne (01698) 470601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The bus for Dundee will leave the Bentley Hotel at 10.45am. Phone Jim on (01698) 299650 or e-mail Christopher on email@example.com.
BELLSHILL & DISTRICT BRANCH
The Dundee bus will pick up at the Fir Park Club, Motherwell at 9.40am then the Carousel Bar, Bellshill at 9.50am and finally the Holytown War Monument at 10.00am. To book seats, contact Brian Worton after 6pm on (01698) 747644.
The stadium is located less than 200 yards from Dens Park, home of their city rivals Dundee, and is well signposted for travelling fans.
Head towards Perth on the A9 and then follow the A90 into Dundee, leaving at the junction with the B960 to turn right on to Clepington Road (signposted Football traffic).
Continue along Clepington Road for one mile and go through a roundabout before turning right on Arklay Street. The stadium will be clearly visible on the left.
Street parking is available on numerous streets around the ground.
Several operators run buses to Dundee, departing every hour from Buchanan Station in Glasgow city centre.
Further information and timetables are available online at www.citylink.co.uk.
Dundee station is over two miles away from the ground, although frequent bus services run throughout the city.
Further information and timetables are available online at www.scotrail.co.uk.