Motherwell host Kilmarnock on Saturday in the penultimate home fixture of the 2020/21 Scottish Premiership season.
Here are the key topics going into the match.
Battle at the bottom
The two clubs have contrasting objectives going into Saturday’s fixture.
Motherwell secured safety with victory at Hamilton last midweek, and now have their sights on finishing at the highest-placed team in the bottom half of the post-split groups.
Kilmarnock, meanwhile, are in a fight to maintain their Premiership status.
Of the three clubs in relegation trouble, Tommy Wright’s men are in the strongest position with three games to go.
Killie sit two points above play-off placed Ross County, and five ahead of Hamilton at the bottom.
Defeat to avenge
Motherwell have two reasons to seek revenge on Saturday.
Kilmarnock won the last fixture between the two sides 4-1 in the middle of March and, although ‘Well won at Rugby Park two games ago, Saturday’s visitors were also victorious on their last trip to Fir Park.
Battle of the form teams
Although both sides went out of the Scottish Cup quarter-finals in their last outing, the two teams had been in strong form before.
In the five games prior to defeat at Hibernian, Motherwell had won four and lost one.
Kilmarnock meanwhile won four and drew one of their previous five matches.