Motherwell go to Hibernian on Saturday in the Scottish Premiership.
Here are the key topics going into the fixture.
Jack Ross’ men are flying of late in their quest to secure a European spot.
Hibs have won their last four matches, beating Dundee United, St Mirren, Aberdeen and Hamilton Academical.
Along the way, they’ve conceded just once, scoring eight.
Having lost back-to-back home matches against Hamilton Academical and then St Johnstone, Motherwell needed a reaction when they went to St Mirren on Wednesday night.
Securing a point in a 0-0 draw, a vastly-improved showing should give encouragement from a match where the visitors comfortably could have taken the three points.
The key, according to manager Graham Alexander, is now maintaining those performance levels in the quest to keep ahead of the bottom pack.
Race towards the split
Saturday marks Motherwell’s third-last match before the league split, with Hibernian a game behind.
For the Steelmen, a top six finish is still mathematically possible. Seven points separate them from sixth-placed St Mirren, with nine points still available.
Dundee United and St Johnstone, however, are also in the hunt and have more points on the board.
Looking in the other direction, Motherwell are five points above the bottom two places and know a win can open even more daylight.