Motherwell got back to winning ways with a hard-fought 1-0 win away to Kilmarnock.
Allan Campbell’s second-half strike was the difference, paired with resolute defending from Graham Alexander’s side.
A frantic start saw both teams have early chances from set plays. First, a ball into the ‘Well box saw Dikamona’s close-range effort blocked, before Watt fired a 25-yard free-kick off the wall.
Motherwell were struggling to get the ball to their forwards, with Kilmarnock enjoying the bulk of the attacking play in the first half.
Cole would have the best chance of the half. Kelly’s long-kick was flicked on by Watt into the path of his fellow forward.
The Englishman, however, scuffed his shot from 15 yards straight into the hands of goalkeeper Doyle, and the two teams would go in level at the interval.
Kilmarnock had the bulk of the attacking play again in the second period, but the better chances continued to fall to the Steelmen.
Cole should have had ‘Well ahead 15 minutes into the second half. Maguire’s free-kick from the left was flicked on in the box by Lamie. Cole read it to dive in, but his header from close range was parried by Doyle.
The visitors though did get the lead in the 71st minute.
Manager Alexander spotted the quick throw opportunity on the left, with Carroll throwing into the feet of Watt.
The forward hustled well, spinning inside and feeding a perfect pass into the path of Campbell, who rushed through and fired in off the bar from 15 yards.