Motherwell are back in action at Fir Park on Saturday as Partick Thistle make the short trip down the M74.
The Steelmen go into the game unbeaten at home so far in 2018, having defeated Hamilton Academical and Ross County, and looking to pick up points to help cement a place in the Ladbrokes Premiership’s top six.
“We’ve got four big games coming up now, starting with Partick Thistle on Saturday and including the Scottish Cup too,” manager Stephen Robinson said of the match.
“Three of those games are at home as well so it’s a great opportunity for us to build momentum again.”
The Northern Irishman also discussed new arrival Stephen Hendrie, after he joined the club on loan.
“First and foremost we think he’s a very good footballer,” the ‘Well boss said. “But the fact he’s Scottish and has played over 100 games in the Premiership and then got himself a very good move.
[pullquote]With Stevie Hammell retiring and Ellis Plummer picking up a long-term injury, it’s a position where I felt we needed someone.”[/pullquote]
‘Well’s new number three believes he has become a more experienced player, ready to tackle the Scottish top flight again at the age of 23.
“I have no regrets moving to West Ham. It feels good to be back home though and to have a chance to play regular football.
[pullquote]Obviously when you’re down in England you learn things and I think the experience down there and the players I played with have given me more experience.[/pullquote]
“I didn’t get much game time down there so I’m just delighted to be back up here to be honest.”
Ryan Bowman, George Newell and Ellis Plummer are all unavailable for Motherwell through injury.
Motherwell v Partick Thistle
|Saturday 3rd February 2018|
|Tickets on sale from the Fir Park Ticket Office or pay at the gate|
Admission prices are as follows:
|FAMILY (1 ADULT + 1 JUNIOR)||£29/£24|
- Cheaper price is for the John Hunter stand.
- Concessions are applicable to 60 and over and full time students with a valid matriculation card.
- Juveniles are applicable to aged 15 and under.
- Away fans will be housed in the McEwan Fraser Legal South Stand. Cash gates are in operation.
The Cooper Bar is open for both sets of supporters to enjoy pre-match food and drink from 11am. Children are welcome.
Ryan Bowman and George Newell will also be in the bar from 12.45pm in the Signing Zone. Come along and get your photograph taken and get an autograph.
If you can’t make it along, don’t miss the action by tuning in to mixlr.com/motherwellfc for live commentary or follow the match on Twitter @MotherwellFC
You can see the match highlights on MFC TV’s YouTube channel, as well as full reaction and a match report right here on the official website.