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  • First team

    Liam Donnelly looks ahead to St Johnstone

  • First team

    Get your tickets for St Johnstone clash

  • First team

    Get to know our opponents St Johnstone

  • First team

    Inside this week’s matchday programme

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Ross County ticket prices confirmed

  • First team

    In Numbers: St Johnstone come to town

  • First team

    Robinson looks ahead to Saints clash

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Colts quarter-final to be played at Fir Park

  • First team

    Watch a live stream of Motherwell v St Johnstone

  • First team

    Celtic home game picked for TV

  • First team

    Liam Donnelly looks ahead to St Johnstone

    Liam Donnelly believes Motherwell maintaining their current performance levels will lead to better results in the coming weeks.

    The Northern Irishman is on a high after captaining his country’s Under 21 team to second in their European Qualifying group and is gunning for St Johnstone this weekend.

  • First team

    Get your tickets for St Johnstone clash

    Get your tickets for St Johnstone clash

    Motherwell return to league action on Saturday as St Johnstone travel to Fir Park.

    The Steelmen picked up a battling draw in their last Ladbrokes Premiership match before the international break, and are looking to build on that performance by claiming a win over the Saints.

    You can buy your tickets online right now from our ticket website. You can then pick up your ticket at the ground or, even better, print yours at home and bring it along to the stadium.

    Alternatively, you can pay at the gate. Our cheapest ticket for this Saturday’s game is just £20 for adults. Children aged 15 and under can get in to the stadium for just £3 in every stand.

    St Johnstone fans will be seated in our Phil O’Donnell main stand.

    Our prices are as follows:

    Phil O’Donnell stand

    Our main stand at Fir Park, raised above pitch level to give the best sideline views of the park in the stadium.

    Category B
    Adults£24
    Concessions£17
    Juveniles£3
    Families£28

     

    John Hunter stand

    Directly across from our main stand, the John Hunter stand has a lively, boisterous atmosphere and is also the home of the ‘Well Bois, our singing section at the stadium.

    Category B
    Adults£20
    Concessions£16
    Juveniles£3
    Families£24

    Davie Cooper stand

    Our family stand, situated behind one of the goals at Fir Park. This stand provides a friendly and more calm atmosphere to watch the game from, with activities for youngsters to enjoy as well as the match.

    Category B
    Adults£24
    Concessions£17
    Juveniles£3
    Families£28

     

  • First team

    Get to know our opponents St Johnstone

    Get to know our opponents St Johnstone

    Motherwell return to domestic action on Saturday as St Johnstone arrive at Fir Park. 

    The encounter will see two sides go head to head in a bid to return to winning ways in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

    Here’s some key things you need to know about Tommy Wright’s side.

    Top six stint

    Last season’s eighth placed finish was the first time the Perthshire side finished outside the top six since 2011.

    And it goes to show the impressive run the club have been on since Tommy Wright took charge five years ago.

    After eight games so far this term, St Johnstone sit in eighth spot, three points ahead of Motherwell in tenth.

    Losing run

    Saturday’s opponents know the importance of three points, having gone four league games without a win.

    A heavy 6-0 defeat at the hands of Celtic two weeks ago rounded off a hugely difficult spell, however, having gone up against Brendan Rodgers’ side twice, as well as Aberdeen, Rangers and table toppers Hearts.

    Consistent personnel

    You just have to glance at St Johnstone’s squad to see how consistent it has been for a number of years.

    When Wright took charge back in 2013, he had a number of players at his disposal that he can still call on today.

    Steven Anderson, David Wotherspoon, Murray Davidson, Brian Easton, Chris Kane and Zander Clark are the standout names.

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    Inside this week’s matchday programme

    Inside this week’s matchday programme

    Motherwell’s matchday magazine is back on sale on Saturday ahead of the Ladbrokes Premiership match with St Johnstone.

    BBC Sport Scotland’s Scott Mullen caught up with striker Curtis Main for the feature interview in this week’s 68-page edition.

    The former Middlesbrough and Portsmouth man talks about the challenges he faced as a young footballer and his hopes and aims in claret and amber.

    Motherwell’s number nine is also in the centre page Match Attax souvenir poster collection.

    But that’s not where the features stop.

    We also catch up with former Saints striker and ‘Well under 20s boss Jonatan Johansson. The Finn has recently took over at Championship side Morton and reflects on his stint at Fir Park, as well as his aspirations as the new ‘Ton gaffer.

    The last of the big interviews is with St Johnstone ‘keeper Zander Clark, who gives a detailed insight from a Saints point of view. There is also an in-depth section dedicated to our visitors, including a statistical breakdown and the three to watch in blue.

    The Hampden Roar Podcast also catch up with former Scotland and ‘Well boss Craig Brown, who looks back on his time in the national team hotseat.

    TheTwoPointOne return with their regular column, this edition assessing the tactical diversity of the Premiership clubs, while we also hear from local boxer Scott Allan.

    The Evening Times’ Graeme McGarry also returns with his Last Word feature, reminiscing about some of the classic kits from yesteryear.

    The programme is available for £3 and will be on sale from the club shop, as well as the usual sellers located in and around the ground, before the match.

    You can also order back editions or take a season-long subscription to the magazine by visiting the website of our publishers Curtis Sports.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Ross County ticket prices confirmed

    Ross County ticket prices confirmed

    Motherwell Colts have already made history in reaching the quarter-finals of the IRN-BRU Cup and they are looking to go one better when Ross County come to town on Saturday, 17 November.

    As was the case when Fir Park hosted the match with Sligo Rovers, both clubs have agreed to low ticket pricing to attract as many people along as possible to cheer the youngsters on in their search for a last-four place.

    Ticket prices will be as follows:

    • Adults: £8
    • Concessions (aged 60 and over, 16-18 year olds, full time students): £4
    • Juveniles (children aged 15 and under): £2

    Tickets can be purchased in advance via our online ticketing platform shortly. A pay gate will also be in operation on the day.

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    In Numbers: St Johnstone come to town

    In Numbers: St Johnstone come to town

    It’s the return of the Ladbrokes Premiership this weekend as Motherwell host St Johnstone at Fir Park.

    Here’s the game previewed in numbers.

    Three

    Motherwell have started their last three games emphatically, taking the lead against Hearts, Kilmarnock and Livingston.

    Manager Stephen Robinson has emphasised the need, understandably, to try and retain those leads. A run of defeats was arrested in the last home outing against Livi, earning a draw against the high-flying side.

    Four

    The number of goals netted by the Steelmen in their last three games.

    The return of Ryan Bowman has helped, with the striker netting two. His renewed partnership with Curtis Main has also seen him grab the others.

    Five

    The number of games St Johnstone have gone without a victory.

    A draw with Aberdeen on September 15 has been followed by two defeats to Celtic, as well as losses to Hearts and Rangers. They’ve scored two and conceded 14.

    142

    Motherwell and St Johnstone have faced each other 142 times competitively, with Saturday’s hosts having the upper hand in terms of wins.

    The Steelmen have prevailed 63 times, with the Saints winning 42. There have been 37 draws.

    Across that time, Motherwell have scored 254 goals, conceding 191.

  • First team

    Robinson looks ahead to Saints clash

    Stephen Robinson looks ahead to Saturday’s game against St Johnstone after a positive week for the club.

    Motherwell Colts progressed to the quarter final of the Irn-Bru Cup, and the manager believes the youngsters are all pushing in the right direction.

    He said: “We’ve got a lot of young boys pushing towards the first team, and a number of them will play sooner rather than later.”<

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Colts quarter-final to be played at Fir Park

    Colts quarter-final to be played at Fir Park

    Motherwell Colts’ IRN-BRU Cup quarter-final with Ross County will be played at Fir Park on Saturday, 17 November.

    After overcoming Irish side Sligo Rovers in the last round, Stephen Craigan’s side take on Championship opposition, as they bid to become the first ever colts side to make the final four.

    Ticket prices will be announced shortly. Kick off is at 3pm.

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    Watch a live stream of Motherwell v St Johnstone

    Watch a live stream of Motherwell v St Johnstone

    Motherwell welcome St Johnstone to Fir Park on Saturday, 20 October and you can watch a live stream of the game online.

    Supporters based outside of the UK and Ireland can tune in to the Ladbrokes Premiership game can subscribe to view for £12 a month.

    A subscription gets you access to watch all of our home games live, as well as the majority of away league matches.

    To watch the stream, head to tv.motherwellfc.co.uk, scroll down and choose your subscription package.

  • First team

    Celtic home game picked for TV

    Celtic home game picked for TV

    Motherwell’s Ladbrokes Premiership home match with Celtic on Wednesday, 5 December has been picked for live television.

    The game at Fir Park will now be broadcast live on BT Sport in the UK, as well as on our own live streaming service outside of the UK and Ireland.

    Kick-off will remain at 7.45pm.

    The game will be the first meeting between the two sides in 2018/19, after a trip to Celtic Park was rearranged for Wednesday, 19 December.