The final Scottish Premiership games before the split are played out this weekend and Motherwell travel to bottom of the table Kilmarnock looking to put their relegation fears to bed.
Graham Alexander’s men return to action after an idle week and his side will be hoping they can kick on from a 3-1 win over Livingston on March 6.
The only way to watch the action is on Killie TV and the game is available on a pay-per-views basis for all fans here.
A pass to watch the game costs £12.50.
The last time the sides met Motherwell ran out 1-0 winners thanks to Allan Campbell’s winner and in their first meeting of the season in December, the Ayrshire side won 2-0 in a clash which saw Mark O’Hara sent off.
A top six spot is already outwith their grasp, but if the Steelmen win and results elsewhere go their way this weekend they could climb as high as seventh in the table.
Tommy Wright’s Killie are bottom of the Premiership, though, and will be desperate to take something out of the game to boost their survival hopes.
Kick-off is 3pm.
Alan Muir is the man in the middle and Motherwell fans should remember him well from February’s win over Hibs.
The whistler sent Graham Alexander off for dissent during the clash and the pair will be reacquainted at Rugby Park.
Muir has dished out 33 bookings this season in 10 games and flashed two red cards.
On Saturday he will be assisted by Daniel McFarlane and John McCrossan. The fourth official is Scott Lambie.