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    Dundee Utd 5 – 1 Motherwell

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    Away Day Guide: vs Dundee Utd

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    TV: McCall aiming for Tannadice win

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    TV: Hammell honoured at 500 milestone

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    Last Four Games: We need you!

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    World Stars Match Attax on sale!

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    McCall nominated for Manager award

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    TV: Highlights from Excelsior Stadium

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    TV: Johansson lauds ruthless ‘Well

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    Partick Thistle U20s 0-5 Motherwell U20s

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    Dundee Utd 5 – 1 Motherwell

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     Gavin McCafferty at Tannadice

    Motherwell turned in a poor performance to lose 5-1 to Dundee United at Tannadice this afternoon.

    A disjointed Steelmen were run ragged at times and only briefly looked like mounting a comeback after a half-time reshuffle before Stuart Armstrong, the provider of both of Nadir Çiftçi’s first-half goals, ran through the heart of the visiting defence to kill off the game in the 61st minute.

    Ryan Dow and substitute Brian Graham took United’s tally for the season against Motherwell to 14 as the fourth-placed hosts cut the deficit to four points with three matches to play.

    Motherwell could have clinched European football at Tannadice but it proved to be a day to forget for Steven Hammell, who wore the captain’s armband on his 500th appearance for the club, with Lionel Ainsworth’s late goal proving scant consolation.

    Çiftçi took just eight minutes to open his account when he started and finished a tremendous move. The striker played a first-time lay-off to Armstrong on the right wing, just inside the Motherwell half. The midfielder beat a man and returned the ball to Çiftçi, who turned inside Stephen McManus and arrowed a shot into the top corner from the edge of the box.

    Armstrong then cleared after Fraser Kerr cut the ball across the face of goal but that was as much as Motherwell threatened in the first half.

    United, who rested teenagers Ryan Gauld and John Souttar from the start, were soon back on the attack as Çiftçi played a defence-splitting pass to release Paul Paton. The midfielder lifted the ball over Gunnar Nielsen but McManus got back to head clear.

    United were causing a lot of problems with their pace and movement and Armstrong set Çiftçi clear again, but Nielsen came out to make a brilliant save.

    The Faroese keeper then turned away a 25-yard strike from Gary Mackay-Steven, who almost went clean through moments later after cutting inside Shaun Hutchinson – but Keith Lasley brought him down right on the edge of the box and happily took a yellow card.

    Motherwell’s best hope was to keep it to one before a half-time reorganisation but they were cut open again five minutes before the break.

    Centre-back Hutchinson lost out to Mackay-Steven next to the left touchline on the halfway line and United quickly exploited the space. The winger cut inside and switched play to Armstrong, whose instant cross was swept home first-time by Çiftçi from 16 yards.

    There was no surprise when Stuart McCall made two changes at half-time, bringing off Kerr and Henri Anier and putting on winger Ainsworth and forward Craig Moore and moving Iain Vigurs out left in a more orthodox midfield set-up.

    They had two early chances but both Lasley and Ainsworth blasted over from 12 yards and United then cut the visitors open again.

    Ryan Dow flicked the ball through for Armstrong to run through the middle, hold off Hutchinson and shoot into the roof of the net.

    Çiftçi soon fired against the outside of the post after Motherwell escaped a penalty when McManus appeared to catch Dow.

    United went further ahead in the 72nd minute when Dow had all the time he needed and more to chest down Gavin Gunning’s diagonal cross and fire the ball into the far corner from eight yards.

    They netted again in the 81st minute when Andy Robertson threaded another ball straight through the middle for Graham to slide the ball underneath Nielsen, before Ainsworth grabbed a consolation with a deflected shot from 18 yards with three minutes left.

    It was a miserable afternoon for the Fir Parkers, who now have two home games against St Johnstone and Inverness to shape their season, before a last-day fixture at Pittodrie.

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     Ally Reilly at Tannadice

    FT: Dundee Utd 5 – 1 Motherwell #DUFCvMFC

    1 minute added on #DUFCvMFC

    89mins: McManus booked for pulling Dow to the ground #DUFCvMFC

    87mins: GOAL! Ainsworth pulls one back for ‘Well with a deflected long range drive #DUFCvMFC

    85mins: Leitch booked for hacking down Dow on the halfway line #DUFCvMFC

    80mins: GOAL! Graham adds to a miserable day by making it 5-0 #DUFCvMFC

    76mins: Motherwell sub, Francis-Angol on for Vigurs #DUFCvMFC

    73mins: Dundee Utd sub, Armstrong off for Gomis #DUFCvMFC

    71mins: GOAL! Dow makes it 4-0. All too easy as he finds space inside the box and slots past Nielsen #DUFCvMFC

    Also, Paton off for Gauld #DUFCvMFC

    69mins: Dundee Utd sub, Graham on for Ciftci #DUFCvMFC

    65mins: Another great save from Nielsen! Tips Ciftci’spowerful angled drive onto the post #DUFCvMFC

    60mins: GOAL! Armstrong makes it 3-0, showing great pace to break from midfield and finishin high into the net #DUFCvMFC

    56mins: Hammell does well to track back and concede a corner from Mackay-Steven #DUFCvMFC

    51mins: Almost identical chance for Ainsworth there! Same outcome, left footed shot just over the bar. #DUFCvMFC

    49mins: Glorious chance for Lasley as he finds space 12 yards out. On his left foot, he fires just over! #DUFCvMFC

    46mins: Almost the perfect start, Cierzniak having to pounce at the feet of Vigurs straight from kick-off #DUFCvMFC

    Lasley and Leitch get the second half underway. Big performance needed! #DUFCvMFC

    Half-time subs for ‘Well, Anier and Kerr off for Moore and Ainsworth #DUFCvMFC

    HT: Dundee Utd 2 – 0 Motherwell #DUFCvMFC

    40mins: GOAL! Ciftci puts Utd 2 up. A counter attack with an easy finish from 8 yards #DUFCvMFC

    39mins: Anier wins ‘Well their first corner of the game….Cierzniak plucks it out the air ahead of Sutton #DUFCvMFC

    37mins: Another corner to Utd..falls to Armstrong who swings it back in for Ciftci to head straight at Nielsen #DUFCvMFC

    Ciftci curls it into the wall #DUFCvMFC

    28mins: Free-kick in a great position for Utd. Lasley takes a yellow to deny Mackay-Steven #DUFCvMFC

    24mins: And again he has to be lively to tip and long-range Mackay-Steven drive past the post #DUFCvMFC

    22mins: Fantastic block from Nielsen to deny Ciftci who only had to find a corner. Big stopper spread himself well. #DUFCvMFC

    19mins: Just doesn’t quite fall for Sutton who had latched onto Hutchinson’s clipped ball over the top #DUFCvMFC

    14mins: Utd counter and as Paton finds himself 1v1, he clips it over Nielsen. McManus recovered though to poke it out for a corner #DUFCvMFC

    13mins: Good chance as Kerr weaves into the box but his cut-back is intercepted as Anier was waiting to pounce #DUFCvMFC

    8mins: GOAL! Ciftci opens the scoring with the first attack of the game.It’s a good finish from just inside the box, into the top corner 1-0

    5mins: Hammell whips in a ball from the left but Kerr never looked like troubling Cierzniak with his header from 12 yards #DUFCvMFC

    4mins: Corner to Utd, McManus partially clears and on the edge of the box, gunning scoops it over the bar #DUFCvMFC

    Dow and Ciftci get the action underway #DUFCvMFC

     

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    Motherwell manager Stuart McCall:

    “I will sum it up as briefly as I can – they were very, very good and we were very, very poor.

    “They have had the measure of us this season and their strengths have been on the counter-attack.

    “If you look at the first three goals, one was from a corner from us and the other two, we had the ball on the edge of their 18-yard box, and they break with such pace and desire.”

    Dundee Utd assistant manager Jackie McNamara:

    “That’s the most pleasing thing for us as coaches, we look for a response. We were really disappointed last week and I think the boys felt it as well.

    “The gaffer had a collective meeting with them on Monday and we have worked really hard this week, and it has culminated in a great response today.

    “We were all hurting after last week, it wasn’t acceptable, but the response was brilliant.”

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    Away Day Guide: vs Dundee Utd

    Stadium Information:

    HeartsDundee United Football Club
    Tannadice Park
    Tannadice Street
    Dundee

    Tel: 01382 833166
    Web: www.dundeeunitedfc.co.uk

    Opened: 1883
    Capacity: 14,209
    Sat Nav: DD3 7JW
    Distance from Fir Park: 86.7 miles (1 hr 36mins)

    Tickets

    ADULTS:   £21 
    CONCESSIONS:                       £12
    UNDER 12s:   £3
    • Concessions are listed as Over 65s, kids aged between 12 and 18 and Full Time Students with a valid matriculation card.
    • Maximum of two Under 12s per full-paying adult.
    • Fans who require wheelchair access should contact Sharon or John McCaskie on 07745494631 / 07711 992161 or email disabledfans@motherwellfc.co.uk.

    Fan Information

    • There will be a minutes applause for ex Dundee United player Frank Kopel, who sadly passed away last week.
    • Police Scotland have advised they may stop and search supporters buses for alcohol. Any supporters buses should park as normal in Neish Street.
    • Fans should expect traffic delays if using the Tay Bridge crossing.
    • Heavy rain is forecast for the Tayside area so fans should take extra care when travelling to and from the match.

    By car

    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 right.

    Street parking is available on numerous streets around the ground.

    By bus

    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

    By train

    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.

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    TV: McCall aiming for Tannadice win

    Stuart McCall will urge his side to go all out for victory when they take on Dundee United at Tannadice tomorrow.

    The Steelmen sit seven points ahead of Jackie McNamara’s side with four games left of the inaugural SPFL Premiership season.

    And with a win all but guaranteeing a European spot for next season, the Fir Parkers have a clear objective as the head for the City of Discovery.

    Speaking to MFC TV ahead of the match, the Fir Park boss said: “Results last weekend have probably put a slightly different spin on things.

    [pullquote]The seven point gap we have means we’ve got to take the bull by the horns and go for a victory, which to be fair, we always try to.[/pullquote]

    “We could have been going there just three points ahead of them with an inferior goal difference meaning had we lost, we’d have dropped a place.

    “The seven point gap we have means we’ve got to take the bull by the horns and go for a victory, which to be fair, we always try to.

    “What I mean by that is there are situations where a point is a good one, and being just three in front may well have been one of those occasions.

    “However, with that little cushion we have and with the objective of trying to confirm European football for next season, we must go there looking to take all three points.”

    -WATCH STUART’S INTERVIEW EXCLUSIVELY ON MFC TV

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    TV: Hammell honoured at 500 milestone

    Legendary left-back Stevie Hammell spoke of his pride as he looks set to play his 500th game for Motherwell tomorrow.

    The 32-year old made his debut against Aberdeen fourteen years ago and has gone on to achieve much, appearing in Cup Finals, finishing ‘best of the rest’ on three separate occasions, wining International recognition with Scotland and earning a testimonial season.

    He now reaches the latest milestone, which leaves him fourth on Motherwell’s all-time appearance list, behind Bobby Ferrier (644), Joe Wark (609) and George Stevenson (551).

    [pullquote]I can still remember my first game like it was last season and to get to 500 games for such a special club is a real honour for me.[/pullquote]

    Hammell told MFC TV: “It means a lot to me and it has come around really quickly.

    “I can still remember my first game like it was last season and to get to 500 games for such a special club is a real honour for me.

    “To be honest, it’s not something I really thought about when I started at the club, but as it’s got closer, it has come into sharper focus.

    “There are a couple of legendary figures ahead of me in terms of games but if I am lucky to be here for long enough, it’s certainly something I’ll aim for.”

    -WATCH STEVEN’S INTERVIEW EXCLUSIVELY ON MFC TV

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    Last Four Games: We need you!

    Tickets are available for our last four matches as ‘Well battle it out for a European spot.

    The Steelmen are in the battle to finish in the top three with as many as five teams still in contention.

    It looks set to be one of the most keenly contests finishes to a season in the Scottish top flight for many years.

    And ‘Well boss Stuart McCall has urged fans to get right behind the team, particularly the two matches at Fir Park.

    [pullquote]Please come and support us; tell your friends, your family, your work colleagues to get out and get behind the team. We need you![/pullquote]

    “I have been delighted with the positive support, noise and colour from the supporters this year and it has really pushed the boys on.

    “It would be great if we could get as many people along to Fir Park for the last two games. I understand, like last year against Ross County, the club will be looking to fill up the (Maxim Office Park) South Stand with local groups, so it would be great if the rest of the stands were also busy.

    “These last few games will define our season, but may also give us a little kick start into next season depending on where we finish.

    “Please come and support us; tell your friends, your family, your work colleagues to get out and get behind the team. We need you!”

    TICKET DETAILS:

    Dundee UtdTickets for the SPFL Premiership match with Dundee United on Saturday 26th April 2014 at Tannadice (3pm KO) will be available on the gate priced at:

    ADULTS:   £21 
    CONCESSIONS:                        £12
    • Concessions are listed as Over 65s, Under 18s and Full Time Students with a valid matriculation card.
    • A maximum of x2 Under 12s can gain access for £3 with a full-paying adult.
    • Motherwell fans will be housed in the Jim McLean Fair Play Stand upper tier.
    • Fans who require wheelchair access should contact Sharon or John McCaskie on 07745494631 / 07711 992161 or email disabledfans@motherwellfc.co.uk.

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    St JohnstoneTickets for the SPFL Premiership match with St Johnstone on Saturday 3rd May 2014 at Fir Park (3pm KO) will be available on the gate priced at:

    ADULTS:   £22 / £18  
    CONCESSIONS:                        £15 / £14
    JUVENILE:   £12 / £9
    FAMILY:   £28 / £24
    • Concessions are listed as Over 60s and Full Time Students with a valid matriculation card.
    • Juveniles are listed as Under 16s.
    • Family tickets consist of 1x Adult and 1x Juvenile.
    • The cheaper priced ticket is for the East Stand only.
    • If you are new to Fir Park, check our handy ‘New Fans’ section that will detail everything you need to know about matchdays.
    • Fans who require wheelchair access should contact Sharon or John McCaskie on 07745494631 / 07711 992161 or email disabledfans@motherwellfc.co.uk.

    PAYMENT OPTIONS: You can either pay cash at the turnstile or, if you prefer, via credit or debit card at the Fir Park Ticket Office. There is a 2.5% surcharge on any credit card purchase. You can also pre-purchase your tickets online, either for post or for collection, by clicking the link below. *The following credit cards are accepted at the Fir Park Ticket Office:

    CC accepted at the FP Ticket Office

    Buy St Johnstone Tickets Online

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    Inverness CTTickets for the SPFL Premiership match with Inverness CT on Wednesday 7th May 2014 at Fir Park (7.45pm KO) will be available on the gate priced at:

    ADULTS:   £22 / £18  
    CONCESSIONS:                        £15 / £14
    JUVENILE:   £12 / £9
    FAMILY:   £28 / £24
    • Concessions are listed as Over 60s and Full Time Students with a valid matriculation card.
    • Juveniles are listed as Under 16s.
    • Family tickets consist of 1x Adult and 1x Juvenile.
    • The cheaper priced ticket is for the East Stand only.
    • If you are new to Fir Park, check our handy ‘New Fans’ section that will detail everything you need to know about matchdays.
    • Fans who require wheelchair access should contact Sharon or John McCaskie on 07745494631 / 07711 992161 or email disabledfans@motherwellfc.co.uk.

    PAYMENT OPTIONS: You can either pay cash at the turnstile or, if you prefer, via credit or debit card at the Fir Park Ticket Office. There is a 2.5% surcharge on any credit card purchase. You can also pre-purchase your tickets online, either for post or for collection, by clicking the link below. *The following credit cards are accepted at the Fir Park Ticket Office:

    CC accepted at the FP Ticket Office

    Buy Inverness CT Tickets Online

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    AberdeenTickets for the SPFL Premiership match with Aberdeen on Sunday 11th May 2014 at Pittodrie (12.15pm KO) are available from the Fir Park Ticket Office priced at:

    ADULTS:   £23 
    OVER 60s:                        £17
    CONCESSIONS:                        £10
    UNDER 12s:                        £6
    • Concessions are listed as Under 18s and Full Time Students with a valid matriculation card.
    • Motherwell fans will be housed in the South Stand as per normal.
    • Fans who require wheelchair access should contact Sharon or John McCaskie on 07745494631 / 07711 992161 or email disabledfans@motherwellfc.co.uk.

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    World Stars Match Attax on sale!

    Leading collectibles company Topps – the SPFL’s official sticker and trading card partner – are kicking off a summer football carnival with the launch of their World Stars Match Attax Trading Card game.

    Scotland might not be at this summer’s tournament, but Motherwell supporters of all ages can still get to grips with all the teams headed to Brazil for the world’s favourite football competition right now!

    Just as Rio is destined to this summer, the game features the biggest international superstars from all 32 nations, with the likes of Rooney, Messi, Ronaldo, Iniesta and Neymar all ready to be called up from the packet to your pocket!

    There are over three hundred cards to collect, shiny new International Superstars, ‘Mega Man of the Match’ and ‘100 club’ cards. All the cards feature the latest international player values, plus there are signed cards from Ronaldo, Gerrard, Benteke and Henderson to be found in lucky packets!

    Steelmen supporters can get their hands on a starter pack for £3.99, with additional packets of 10 cards available at just £1 from supermarkets and local newsagents.

    For further information about Topps Match Attax, please visit www.toppsfootball.co.uk

    For the latest updates, follow @MyTopps on Twitter or visit www.facebook.com/MyTopps

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    McCall nominated for Manager award

    ‘Well boss Stuart McCall has once again been nominated for the PFA Scotland Manager of the Year award.

    It’s the third successive year McCall has been nominated, although Derek Adams (Ross County) and Allan Johnston (Queen of the South) both pipped him in previous season.

    This year, he has been paired with Neil Lennon (Celtic), Derek McInnes (Aberdeen) and Tommy Wright (St Johnstone).

    Scotland manager Gordon Strachan announced the shortlist at Hampden Park, with the winner set to be announced on 27th April at the PFA Scotland awards dinner.

    The award will be decided by the SPFL’s 42 member managers and Strachan as national team boss, who each have a vote in the process.

    The Fir Park boss has once again worked miracles with his squad, which he had to almost completely rebuild in the summer.

    The achievements in the SPFL Premiership, to have his side fighting for Europe, is made all the more impressive when you consider the quite horrendous and unprecedented injury list in the second part of the campaign.

    The Scotland coach did with the Clydesdale Bank (the then league sponsors) award last year and has been very much in the running for the SFWA gong in recent years.

    Everyone at Fir Park would like to congratulate Stuart on his nomination and wish him the best of luck for when the winner is announced.

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    TV: Highlights from Excelsior Stadium

    Extended highlights from the Excelsior Stadium as a ruthless ‘Well beat Partick Thistle Under 20s 5-0.

    -WATCH THE HIGHLIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY ON MFC TV

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    TV: Johansson lauds ruthless ‘Well

    Jonatan Johansson praised the ruthless nature of Motherwell’s attacking play as they put five past Partick Thistle.

    The Fir Parkers weren’t always at their fluid best and, despite the score line, Thistle battled and worked hard to play attractive football.

    But in front of goal, the Steelmen showed no mercy, taking five and only a strong performance from Jags keeper Scott Basalaj kept the score line at five.

    The former Finnish International striker said: “I felt we were the better side and it was a very professional performance.

    [pullquote]At times, we moved the ball well, some of our play was effectively quick and the standard of the goals was high.[/pullquote]

    “At times, we moved the ball well, some of our play was effectively quick and the standard of the goals was high.

    “It took us a bit of time to get going, but when we did, we managed to stretch the game, play wider and get our fullbacks more involved.

    “As a team, going forward, we looked good.

    “We’ve now got two games to go before the end of the season and the challenge for us is to finish the season on a high, in fourth spot.”

    -WATCH JONATAN’S INTERVIEW EXCLUSIVELY ON MFC TV

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    Partick Thistle U20s 0-5 Motherwell U20s

    A ruthless Motherwell Under 20s put five past Partick Thistle as they look to finish the season with a bang.

    First half goals from Steven Higgins, Paul McCafferty and Dom Thomas gave the Steelmen a commanding lead at the interval.

    A string of impressive saves by Jags keeper Scott Basalaj kept the score line at three before Higgins grabbed a fourth and Shirkie a fifth, as ‘Well comfortably brushed aside their Firhill counterparts.

    Jonatan Johansson made four changes to the side that beat St Johnstone seven days previous.

    Ross Stewart, Ben Hall, Jack McMillan and Lee Erwin all dropped out, replaced by Max Currie, Euan Murray, Craig McCall and Craig Moore.

    It was a slow start to the match and it took ‘Well until the twelfth minute to register the game’s first half-chance.

    Moore had a shot blocked for a corner then, shortly after, Higgins took advantage of a mistake in the Thistle backline but could only curl a shot wide of target.

    Fifteen minutes later, Thistle might have scored when David Wilson had a free header from a corner, but he couldn’t direct it at goal and ‘Well eventually scrambled it clear.

    It would prove to be a vital miss as, almost immediately after, ‘Well got their noses in front.

    Dom Thomas won the ball deep in the Thistle half and immediately set the visitors on the attack. Moore picked up on the edge of the area and Basalaj could only parry his fizzing shot out where Steven Higgins was lurking. The eighteen-year old kept his cool to slam home from close range.

    Leyden and Hamilton both had half-chances for Thistle, none of which troubled Currie in the Steelmen goal, before the Fir Parkers doubled their advantage on the 41st minute.

    After a patient, passing move, Paul McCafferty collected on the left flank. He turned his marker before sending an inviting ball towards the front post. Higgins went for it, missed it, but it carried on and into the far corner.

    Incredibly, ‘Well made it 3-0 seconds before the half-time interval. Craig Moore was again the creator, his free kick again parried out by Basalaj, but this time it was Dom Thomas who was on hand to force the rebound home.

    Into the second half and Johansson’s men made a barnstorming start, with Thistle having their goalkeeper to thank for keeping them within touching distance.

    He made three excellent saves, from Higgins, Moore and Cadden, all of which came after Ross Meechan had hooked a Paul McCafferty shot off the line.

    However, it was only a matter of time before the Steelmen added to their lead and the fourth eventually arrived on the 64th minute.

    Max Currie’s kick out was flicked on by McCafferty, allowing Higgins to burst clear of the home defence; the striker kept his composure to slide under Basalaj for his second of the evening.

    ‘Well continued to attack and passed up several chances to add a fifth. Thomas fired wide after industrious wing play by Cadden, before Shirkie and Higgins carved open the Jags defence with a lovely one-two, only for the former to watch on and his shot was again well saved by Basalaj at point-blank range.

    Thistle’s first shot on target came on the 72nd minute when Lee Gallacher fired a shot from distance, but it presented no problems for Currie who comfortably plucked it out the air.

    Two minutes passed before ‘Well added their fifth and final goal. Thomas showed great feet in the Thistle box before being crudely tripped by Mick McMullen. Although Higgins was on a treble, regular penalty taker Dale Shirkie coolly stepped up and slotted it past Basalaj, who couldn’t keep it out despite going the right way.

    Thistle’s best chance of the match again came from Gallacher, the little midfielder doing well to get a shot away from the edge of the area and although it beat Currie, it clipped the outside of the post on the way past.

    Five minutes before the finish, Higgins almost grabbed his hat trick with an audacious lob over Basalaj, but the Thistle keeper scrambled back onto his line before tipping over.

    Motherwell: Currie, Cadden, Ferguson, Murray (Hall – 58mins), Neill, McCall, McCafferty, Shirkie, Moore (Johnstone – 63mins), Thomas (Mackin – 77mins), Higgins

    Subs: Long, Watt, MacLean