It’s a return to Premiership action on Sunday as we travel to take on Aberdeen.
Fans in the UK and Ireland can watch through Aberdeen’s pay-per-view service at ppv.afc.co.uk.
Supporters based abroad can watch through our subscription service as normal at live.motherwellfc.co.uk.
Kick-off is at 3pm BST.
Tale of the tape
The two sides were last due to meet on 13 March 2020, a game cancelled on the day due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
That match was never played – with the Premiership season later being called with ‘Well in third spot and the Dons in fourth.
Before that, Motherwell won 1-0 on their last trip to Pittodrie, with Liam Donnelly scoring the decisive goal.
Aberdeen have won three of the last five, two at home and one away, while the Steelmen won the other in a resounding 3-0 home win in November 2018.
Both sides won in Europe in midweek.
Motherwell took penalties to overcome Coleraine in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League, while Aberdeen were 2-0 winners at Viking Stavanger.
In all competitions, the Dons have won six in a row since their opening day defeat to Rangers.
Wins over St Johnstone, Livingston, NSI, Hibernian and Kilmarnock, coupled with the midweek victory in Norway, have resulted in 13 goals and only one conceded, including five clean sheets.
Motherwell have won three of their last four, having toppled Glentoran and Coleraine in Europe, and defeated St Johnstone at home in the Premiership.