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  1. The sickness bug will determine who plays and who doesn’t. Hopefully the bug won’t effect us too much. Hearts are not playing well, however, we need to be wary of the veteran forward MacLean as he has been a thorn in our side for years. That’s assuming the injured Naismith hasn’t recovered.
  2. Post match comments from the manager: Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson: "We got back to keeping clean sheets and were a real threat going forward. Every time we attacked we looked like we were causing them problems. "St Mirren are a very difficult team to break down. They've only lost two games here. They don't concede many goals. So for us to create that many chances and open them up that often shows the level of our performance."
  3. If scores stay as they are we would still be 4th. However, not a bad night all in.
  4. Hopefully Rangers will take a few more off the Dons as they are woeful.
  5. One positive is that Aberdeen are laying on the red carpet for Rangers yet again. Currently 2-0
  6. St.Mirren have actually been playing quite well, however, results haven’t gone their way. Hopefully that bad luck continues on Wednesday.
  7. Better side in the second half, however, when you are pressing for an equaliser there is always a chance that you will get hit on the break.
  8. Looked a good shout, he certainly touched him.
  9. Link down again, how do we look in the second half?
  10. Link down, however, I saw both goals. We started well.
  11. A long shot, however, any Hib's tv links to the game?
  12. This won’t be easy as Hib’s will be hoping that the new manager continues the good work Eddie May did in managing their last match. However, if we approach the game in our normal way and ignore the occasion we have the personnel to pick up at least a point if not three.
  13. A Bradford historians tribute to the claret and amber yolk shirt and it’s adoption by Motherwell in 1913.

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