Motherwell can boost his European chances with a win over Hearts tonight.
Well, two points clear of sixth-placed Ross County and just a point behind Dundee United.
The Jambos, on the other hand, have already guaranteed continental football by finishing third and reaching the Scottish Cup final.
Robbie Neilson’s side have little to offer in the league. But his players will be desperate to draw attention and secure a place at Hampden next Saturday.
It’s sure to be an exciting night of action and entertainment Soccer Scotland has everything you need to know.
When is Motherwell vs Hearts on TV?
Motherwell is hosting Hearts at Fir Park on Wednesday May 11th.
Kick-off is at 7:45 p.m.
Is Motherwell vs Hearts on TV?
No, the game has not been selected to be broadcast by Sky Sports.
Can I live stream Motherwell vs Hearts and is there a PPV option?
Yes. Motherwell will provide fans with a live stream of the game.
A pay-per-view pass can be purchased from Motherwell Live for £12.
Who is the referee?
Matthew MacDermid will be the man in the middle.
He is joined by Graeme Stewart and Gary Hilland.
John Beaton is the fourth official.
What’s the latest team news?
Motherwell has fresh selection problems ahead of Hearts’ visit after several other players were hit by an error following Saturday’s win over Ross County.
Kevin van Veen and Callum Slattery were restricted to back-ups at Dingwall, while Bevis Mugabe, Liam Grimshaw, Victor Nirrenold and Kaiyne Woolery were all absent.
Scott Fox, Jordan Roberts and Sondre Solholm also missed the game through injury, while Nathan McGinley and Barry Maguire are out for the season.
Hearts will welcome Aaron McEneff back after a calf problem, while Michael Smith will get playing time for the first time in three months after returning to the squad in Saturday’s defeat by Celtic.
John Souttar (ankle) and Craig Halkett (ankle) are likely to be saved for Saturday’s Cinch Premiership game at home against Rangers as they look to prove their fitness for the Scottish Cup final the following weekend.
Beni Baningime is out for a long time with cruciate ligament damage.
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