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    Business Breakfast returns

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    Hearts next in SWPL1

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    Next up: Celtic

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    Players try their hand at Pictionary

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    Steven Lawless leaves Motherwell

  • Women

    Draw at Spartans in SWPL1

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    Tony Watt is your September player of the month

  • Women

    Spartans next in SWPL1

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    Three on international duty

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    Live stream of Motherwell v Celtic

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    Business Breakfast returns

    Business Breakfast returns

    We’re hosting our first business breakfast since lockdown, offering networking opportunities for local businesses.

    Chris Mitchell, the chief finance officer of Loch Lomond Group, is the guest speaker at our event.

    It tasks place on Friday, 12 November in the Millennium Suite at Fir Park. Chris will discuss the club partnership, in addition to their sponsorship of the SPFL.

    Tickets cost just £10 per person. The price includes a breakfast roll, tea/coffee and orange juice. The event starts at 8am and runs until 9.15am.

    To book your place, email mhairi.daly@motherwellfc.co.uk, book online or call on 01698 338011.

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    Hearts next in SWPL1

    Hearts next in SWPL1

    Motherwell face off against Hearts next in SWPL1 on Sunday 17 October at Alliance Park.

    Kick-off is 4pm.

    Come and watch

    Tickets for Sunday’s match between Motherwell and Hearts are available for supporters.

    Adult entry to the stadium will cost £5. Children will get in for free. All spectators will be housed in our covered seating area.

    There are no tickets sold online and will be pay at the gate only.

    Tale of the tape

    Motherwell are unbeaten in their last six games against the Jambos, winning five and drawing one, with Hearts last beating Motherwell in October 2017.

    Motherwell came away with all three points in each of the fixtures against Hearts last season.

    Last time out, Motherwell won 1-0 in the capital thanks to a Jade Gallon penalty.

    Form guide

    Motherwell come into this game off the back of keeping two clean sheets in their last two fixtures.

    A 0-0 against Spartans in Edinburgh in their last game, despite going down to 10 players and a comfortable 3-0 victory in the Lanarkshire derby the week prior will give the women of steel ample confidence going into the game against Hearts.

    Hearts were beaten 2-0 against champions Glasgow City in their last fixture, but picked up their first points of the league season against Aberdeen the week prior, staging a comeback from 2-0 down to win 3-2.

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    Next up: Celtic

    Next up: Celtic

    Motherwell host Celtic next in the cinch Premiership.

    Kick-off at Fir Park on Saturday is at 3pm.

    Ticket information

    Limited tickets remain for home sections.

    Please buy now to avoid missing out. There will be no cash gates in operation and tickets must be purchased in advance.

    To buy, please call 01698 333333 or visit the ticket office at Fir Park. The ticket office is open 9am to 5pm Monday to Thursday, and 9am to 4pm on Friday.

    Our capacity will be limited to under 10,000 for this match. Vaccine certification is not required.

    Away fan sales

    Celtic fans should contact their club direct for tickets.

    Watch live

    Fans of both clubs can buy a live stream of the game from ppv.motherwellfc.co.uk for £12.

    The game is available to purchase in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.

    Please note that due to UEFA restrictions, this game is not purchasable if you are in England.

    If you’re a Motherwell season ticket holder who cannot make the match, you can still watch a live stream for free at live.motherwellfc.co.uk.

    International viewers can watch through our subscription service at live.motherwellfc.co.uk. Packages start at as little as £12.50 per month to watch all 38 cinch Premiership fixtures.

    Tale of the tape

    Celtic have won nine of the last 10 encounters between the two teams.

    The one positive for Motherwell in that period came in a 1-1 home draw in December 2018, with Danny Johnson netting late at Fir Park.

    Form guide

    Motherwell sit a point above Celtic in the Premiership table.

    The visitors have won two, lost two and drawn one of their last five league matches, and were 2-1 away winners at Aberdeen in their last outing.

    The Steelmen have won three, drawn one and lost one from the last five, with defeat coming in the last game away at Hearts.

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    Players try their hand at Pictionary

    It’s the international break so the Motherwell squad are having a bit of time off.

    Scotsman Mark O’Hara and Englishman Callum Slattery team up to test their artistic side as they take on the foreign duo of Kevin van Veen from the Netherlands and Norway’s Sondre Solholm.

    The aim is to identify your team mate’s drawings as fast as possible to defeat the opposition.

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    Steven Lawless leaves Motherwell

    Steven Lawless leaves Motherwell

    Steven Lawless has left Motherwell, after the club and the player mutually agreed to end his current contract.

    The 30-year-old returned to the club in January of this year from English League One side Burton Albion, with a deal to the end of the current campaign.

    We would like to thank Steven for his two spells at Fir Park and wish him every success in his future career.

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    Draw at Spartans in SWPL1

    Draw at Spartans in SWPL1

    Motherwell battled hard to earn a well-deserved point against Spartans at Ainslie Park on Sunday.

    Both sides would be provided with several opportunities throughout. However, neither side could apply the finishing touch.

    Gill Inglis would be denied the opener early on, before Rosie McQuillan passed up a gilt-edged opportunity for the hosts early into the first half.

    The women of steel move up into eighth in the SWPL1 table and will be full of confidence as they host Hearts at Alliance Park next week.

    Motherwell applied the early pressure and were unfortunate not to open the scoring in the early stages.

    Amy Anderson’s perfectly-timed through ball was superbly controlled by Inglis, who cut inside and fired towards goal. But the forward’s curling effort was brilliantly parried away by the goalkeeper.

    Spartans would have the best chance of the game minutes later. Simone McMahon’s long ball sliced through the Motherwell defence, leaving McQuillan through on goal.

    The forward skilfully rounded Khym Ramsay but couldn’t apply the finishing touch as she fired wide of the empty net.

    Motherwell would come agonisingly close to the opener on the half hour mark.

    Leanne Crichton’s floated cross was superbly flicked on by Lori Gardner from close range, but Spartans goalkeeper Rachel Harrison reacted quickly to make a smart save.

    Motherwell would be reduced to 10 as Paige McAllister was given her marching orders midway through the second half.

    McAllister appeared to have timed her tackle perfectly, but the referee made no hesitations and quickly brandished the red card.

    Motherwell came close to the winner late on. Crichton’s whipped in free kick was brilliantly met by Claire Crosbie at the back post, but the defender’s powerful headed effort fell wide of the Spartans goal.

    This result will be a real confidence boost for Motherwell as they continue to build on last week’s derby day result over Hamilton.

    Paul Brownlie’s side may feel slightly aggrieved to have not found the winner as they controlled large parts of the game.

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    Tony Watt is your September player of the month

    Tony Watt is your September player of the month

    Tony Watt has been chosen as the Paycare player of the month for September.

    The striker narrowly edged out Juhani Ojala, Callum Slattery and Liam Kelly in the public vote across Facebook and Twitter.

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    Spartans next in SWPL1

    Spartans next in SWPL1

    Motherwell look to continue their winning ways when they come up against Spartans this Sunday at Ainslie Park.

    Kick off is 1pm.

    Come and watch

    Supporters will be able to come along to Ainslie Park. Ticket information will be communicated shortly.

    Tale of the tape

    This fixture tends to have goals, with 15 being scored between the two sides in the last five games.

    In the most recent encounter, Motherwell were two ahead before falling to a 3-2 defeat.

    Motherwell have lost three and drawn two of the last five games against Spartans.

    Form guide

    Spartans lost their last league game 9-0 to champions Glasgow City.

    They last picked up points against Aberdeen, where they drew 0-0 at the end of September.

    Motherwell won their first game of the league season last weekend against Hamilton 3-0.

    Crichton, Gardner and Hughes all got their names on the scoresheet.

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    Three on international duty

    Three on international duty

    Three Motherwell players are in senior international action in the coming days.

    Stephen O’Donnell and Liam Kelly are on Scotland duty, with Juhani Ojala away with Finland, as the two nations try to reach the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

    Scotland

    Scotland v Israel, Saturday 9 October, 5pm.

    Faroe Islands v Scotland, Tuesday 12 October, 7.45pm.

    Finland

    Finland v Ukraine, Saturday 9 October, 5pm.

    Kazakhstan v Finland, Tuesday 12 October, 3pm.

    Further action

    In the coming weeks, three young Motherwell starlets will be in action for Scotland in the Victory Shield.

    Lennon Miller, Bailey Rice and Max Ross are all in the selection for the triple header of games with Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Wales.

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    Live stream of Motherwell v Celtic

    Live stream of Motherwell v Celtic

    You can buy a live stream to watch Motherwell v Celtic on 16 October.

    Fans of both clubs can buy now for £12 from ppv.motherwellfc.co.uk.

    Supporters based in Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and Ireland can purchase our pay-per-view pass.

    Motherwell supporters based abroad can watch through our subscription service at live.motherwellfc.co.uk. Packages start at as little as £12.50 per month to watch all 38 cinch Premiership fixtures.

    Celtic fans based abroad can also use their normal Celtic TV subscriptions to watch.