St Mirren are the visitors to Motherwell on Saturday, as the Steelmen chase another win going into the October international break.
With four wins from their last five matches, Stephen Robinson’s men are looking to keep third place in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Kick off at Fir Park on Saturday is at 3pm.
Tale of the tape
Motherwell sit on 13 points from seven games in the Ladbrokes Premiership so far.
Victory over St Johnstone last weekend was the fourth win in five, a run interrupted only by defeat to Ross County in the last match at Fir Park.
St Mirren sit 10th in the Premiership so far, with one win from their opening seven games.
Their sole victory came in a 1-0 win over Aberdeen at home in August. Their last two game have ended in goalless draws, both coming at home against Hamilton and Hearts.
On the road, they’ve lost all three so far at the hands of Hibernian, St Mirren and Livingston.
Head to head
Both sides have won two of the last five encounters between the sides, with one draw.
The last match came at Fir Park in May, with David Turnbull’s opener being cancelled out at the death by Kyle Magennis in a 1-1 draw.
Motherwell won both games at St Mirren Park last campaign, while the Buddies were 1-0 winners in December at Fir Park.
Tickets are available online now or from the Fir Park ticket office. You can also pay at the gate.
|Adult||£24 / £20|
|Over 60s / 16-18s / Students||£17 / £16|
|Ticket for one adult plus two under 16s||£28 / £24|
The cheaper price is for our John Hunter stand only.
Fans who require ambulant or wheelchair access should contact Andy Sim on 07428 225254 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can’t make it? Watch or listen live
If you’re outside the UK/Ireland, you can watch Motherwell v St Mirren and the majority of our Ladbrokes Premiership games this season on our live streaming service.
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Wherever you are, there’s also live audio commentary available on our streaming service for £5.99 a month.
John Beaton is the man in the middle for the match, assisted by Calum Spence, Gordon Crawford and Colin Steven.