Motherwell host Celtic on Wednesday night as the two sides go head-to-head for the first time in the 2018/19 season.
Here’s everything you need to know going into the match.
Head to head
Celtic haven’t lost in 10 domestic matches, winning nine and drawing one. Their last domestic defeat came at Kilmarnock in September.
Motherwell have won three of their last five, defeating Aberdeen, Dundee and St Mirren, but losing to Livingston and Rangers.
Carl McHugh and Peter Hartley return from suspension for Motherwell. Charles Dunne is unlikely to be risked. Liam Donnelly and Aaron Taylor-Sinclair have returned to training. Chris Cadden, Craig Tanner and Trevor Carson remain out long term.
Celtic are likely to be without defender Dedryck Boyata following an injury in Sunday’s Betfred Cup final. Kristoffer Ajer and Nir Bitton remain on the sidelines.
A moment of remembrance
A young Motherwell fan, Lewis Coll, recently passed away at the age of 17. We ask all supporters to join us in a minute’s applause to celebrate his life in the 17th minute of the match.
Get your tickets in advance
You can buy your tickets online now. Alternatively, the ticket office is open from 9am until kick off on Wednesday.
You can even print your tickets at home, so you don’t need to wait in line to collect.
Adult tickets in the John Hunter stand cost £21. Concessions can get in for £17, while under 16s go for £3. A family ticket for one adult and two juveniles is available for £25.
Entry to the Phil O’Donnell stand and Davie Cooper stand is priced at £28 for adults, £19 for concessions and £3 for under 16s. A family ticket for one adult and two juveniles is available for £32.
Celtic fans should contact their club for away tickets.
Fans who require ambulant or wheelchair access should contact Andy Sim on 07428 225254 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.