St Mirren look to strengthen their push for top six on Wednesday night with Motherwell the visitors to the SMiSA Stadium.
Jim Goodwin's side have drawn their last three matches - sitting in sixth place in the Scottish Premiership. Saints will be looking to open up a gap on Dundee United and St Johnstone who sit one and two points behind the Buddies respectively.
Motherwell have won three and lost three of their last six Scottish Premiership fixtures. Wins over Ross County (2-1), Dundee United (2-1) and Kilmarnock (1-0) were sandwiched between a narrow defeat (1-2) at Celtic Park.
But the Steelmen, who sit four points off the bottom, will be looking to make amends for heavy home defeats against Hamilton Academical (1-4) and St Johnstone (0-3) in their last two matches.
St Mirren v Motherwell
Competition: Scottish Premiership
Date: Wednesday 24th February 2021
Venue: The SMiSA Stadium
How to watch the match
Saints are unbeaten in the last five against Motherwell - winning three and drawing two.
In the most recent fixture this season, a late Jamie McGrath penalty earned a 1-1 draw for the Buddies when Motherwell visited the SMiSA Stadium in January.
Saints were victorious when they travelled to Motherwell in December picking up a 1-0 win at Fir Park.
The referee on Wednesday night is Kevin Clancy. The linesmen are Calum Spence and Gary Hilland, with David Lowe is the fourth official.