Were confident that Motherwell will win to nil on Wednesday, and have backed the scoreline to end 1-0. Both teams are in polar opposite form heading into the match, with the visitors winning their last four in the league and keeping three clean sheets, while the hosts have lost their last five league games and failed to score in three of them. Motherwell also have a good recent record against St. Mirren with four wins and four clean sheets from their last six encounters.
They have conceded 21 goals away from home, at a rate of more than 2.5 conceded goals per game. Mirren has the weakest away stats. St. In terms of goalscoring too, St. They have not yet recorded a single win from eight away matches so far. Motherwell, who has won four of the last five h2h matches against St. Mirren, with added home advantage, will easily score in the first half. Mirren is the team in the league with the worst away record.
They have failed to win 19 of their last 37 matches in Scottish Premier League.In their last match they lost against Inverness C. Motherwell lost 3 of their last 5 matches before this match with St Mirren.The attacking skills of Motherwell are ordinary, they won 2events from the last 5 played. Motherwell is ranked on the 9th place in the standings with 38 points, 45 goals scored and 66 goals received in the last 37 leagueevents.
Their record reads two wins, three draws, and 13 losses. The players scored seven goals in this time period and let ten past their defense. St. The team managed to score 13 goals and conceded 36 in return. They won one of their last five games, drew one and lost the remaining three. Mirren occupies the 11th spot in the table and has nine points against their name on the board.
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St Mirren are in a life or death situation, and Kearneys side will want to bring their A-game when travelling to Fir Park on Saturday. Taking into account the Buddies recent form, were going to back them to win here, with a final score of 2-1. Despite having a relatively good season, Motherwell go into their final games of the league campaign with nothing to play for, with the exception of finishing the highest in the bottom half of the table.
They have also conceded the most goals of the ten teams. The team from North Lanarkshire has won their last four league games in a row, and they are going against the weakest team in the Premiership. Oran Kearneys men, on the other hand, have lost their last five ties in the competition, and eight of their last home-ties.
Livingston created chances during the ninety minutes, but were often reduced to pot shots from outside of the area that failed to trouble Gillespie in the hosts goal. Motherwell continued their fine form in the Premiership by blasting Livingston away in the opening twenty-one minutes of their match on Saturday. In the twenty-first minute Hastie scored his second and Motherwells third of the game, ending any faint hopes of a comeback for the visitors. Hastie opened the scoring in the sixth minute and main doubled the hosts lead on the twelve minute mark.
They have secured 18 points from their 18 matches so far. They scored three goals and conceded eight in these games. The team won five matches, drew three and lost the remaining ten. They scored 18 goals in the process and conceded 30. In their last five matches in the league, they won one, drew one and lost the last three. Motherwell is the 9th team in league standings.
Motherwell have been in surprisingly good form so far this year, with the North Lanarkshire club winning all of their first 6 games of 2019, including a couple of victories over Hibs and Hearts. A 4-1 defeat to Celtic brought the club back to reality, but they went on to draw 0-0 with Kilmarnock and then beat Hamilton in their Lanarkshire derby, before losing to Hibs, beating St Johnstone, chaining together two defeats, drawing 1-1 with the Accies and then beating Dundee 4-3 in a thrilling game last week.
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Motherwell also have a good recent record against St. Were confident that Motherwell will win to nil on Wednesday, and have backed the scoreline to end 1-0. Both teams are in polar opposite form heading into the match, with the visitors winning their last four in the league and keeping three clean sheets, while the hosts have lost their last five league games and failed to score in three of them. Mirren with four wins and four clean sheets from their last six encounters.
The visitors only sit three places above their hosts, but the points gap between the two clubs currently stands at eighteen. Mirren sit bottom of the Premiership table, but could move up two places with a win at home to Motherwell on Wednesday. Struggling St. Motherwell arrive in great form having won each of their four matches in the league and will be confident of extending that excellent run in midweek.