Motherwell take on an in-form Rangers side at Fir Park on Sunday, as the Steelmen look to pick up their first Ladbrokes Premiership victory of the season.
Here’s the game in numbers.
The amount of wins Motherwell have tasted on home soil in 2018 thus far.
There have also been three draws, including against both halves of the Old Firm, and four defeats, against Kilmarnock, Aberdeen, St Johnstone and Hamilton, from 15 matches in ML1.
The amount of seasons that have passed since ‘Well failed to record at least one win in their opening three league matches.
That was in Mark McGhee’s second season of his first spell, when the team lost on the opening day at Tynecastle, before losing at home to Aberdeen followed by a 1-1 draw with Dundee United at Fir Park.
The team finally got a victory the following week, when a debut goal from John Sutton gave the Steelmen all three points against Hibernian at Easter Road.
The number of nationalities that could possibly be represented when ‘Well meet Rangers on Sunday.
As well as the home nations of Scotland, England and Northern Ireland, there are players from Nigeria, Croatia, Columbia, Mali, Burundi, Spain and others all vying to be involved in the big game.
The number of years that have elapsed since Motherwell last overcame Rangers at Fir Park on league duty.
The Fir Parkers last tasted success over their Ibrox counterparts back in the winter of 2002, with James McFadden the only scorer in a 1-0 win.
The Steelmen did have Fir Park twisting, shouting and shaking with a 3-0 home victory over a Stuart McCall led Rangers in May 2015, but that was in the SPFL’s Premiership/Championship play-off final, rather than the league itself.
The number of players that have arrived at both clubs during the summer transfer window this far.
Rangers have signed or made permanent eight players and currently have four on loan.
Motherwell have added six new faces to their pool and currently have two on loan: Conor Sammon from Hearts and Tom Aldred from Bury.