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The referee shows Russell Anderson a yellow card.
The referee ends the match.
Keith Lasley takes the free kick.
Craig Reid fouled by Willo Flood, the ref awards a free kick.
Jamie Langfield takes the free kick.
Foul by Zaine Francis-Angol on Shaleum Logan, free kick awarded.
Lee Hollis takes the free kick.
Niall McGinn gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Craig Reid.
Jamie Langfield restarts play with the free kick.
James McFadden challenges Mark Reynolds unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Keith Lasley on Russell Anderson.
Mark Reynolds manages to make a clearance.
Free kick taken by Jamie Langfield.
Free kick awarded for a foul by James McFadden on Mark Reynolds.
Shaleum Logan crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Zaine Francis-Angol gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Barry Robson.
Shaleum Logan produces a cross.
Clearance made by Mark Reynolds.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Jack Leitch.
James McFadden on for Stephen McManus.
The ball is sent over by Ryan Jack.
Barry Robson challenges Steven Hammell unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Free kick taken by Lee Hollis.
Unfair challenge on Fraser Kerr by Niall McGinn results in a free kick.
The ball is crossed by Peter Pawlett.
Jack Leitch comes on in place of Iain Vigurs.
Lee Hollis restarts play with the free kick.
Jonny Hayes challenges Keith Lasley unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Shaleum Logan crosses the ball.
The ball is crossed by Niall McGinn.
Mark Reynolds heads at goal. Lee Hollis makes a block.
Corner taken by Barry Robson from the right by-line.
Steven Hammell makes a clearance.
A cross is delivered by Shaleum Logan.
Mark Reynolds makes a clearance.
Free kick taken by Ryan Jack.
Iain Vigurs concedes a free kick for a foul on Ryan Jack.
Barry Robson crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Shaun Hutchinson challenges Scott Vernon unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Keith Lasley on Niall McGinn.
Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Iain Vigurs. Mark Reynolds gets a block in.
Mark Reynolds gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Keith Lasley.
The match restarts for the second half.
The referee calls an end to the first half.
Jonny Hayes restarts play with the free kick.
Ryan Jack fouled by John Sutton, the ref awards a free kick.
Fraser Kerr manages to make a clearance.
Henri Anier takes a brilliant shot. Jamie Langfield makes a block.
Iain Vigurs booked for persistent infringement.
Iain Vigurs gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Willo Flood.
John Sutton concedes a free kick for a foul on Russell Anderson.
Niall McGinn takes a weak shot and missed to the left of the target.
A cross is delivered by Barry Robson.
The ball is delivered by Shaleum Logan.
Shaleum Logan takes a shot.
Shaleum Logan delivers the ball.
Henri Anier concedes a free kick for a foul on Jonny Hayes.
Free kick taken by Iain Vigurs.
Unfair challenge on Zaine Francis-Angol by Shaleum Logan results in a free kick.
Barry Robson sends in a cross.
Free kick taken by Jonny Hayes.
Foul by Keith Lasley on Ryan Jack, free kick awarded.
Iain Vigurs fouled by Willo Flood, the ref awards a free kick.
Clearance by Iain Vigurs.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Barry Robson.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Niall McGinn.
Peter Pawlett delivers the ball.
Henri Anier comes on in place of Lionel Ainsworth.
Foul by Iain Vigurs on Jonny Hayes, free kick awarded.
The ball is delivered by Scott Vernon.
Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Barry Robson. Stephen McManus gets a block in.
Foul by Stephen McManus on Ryan Jack, free kick awarded.
Shot by Niall McGinn. Lee Hollis blocks the ball.
Jonny Hayes takes the free kick.
Iain Vigurs challenges Willo Flood unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Jonny Hayes crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Jonny Hayes by Iain Vigurs results in a free kick.
Keith Lasley is ruled offside.
The ball is crossed by Shaleum Logan.
Jonny Hayes takes a shot and went wide left of the goal.
The ball is swung over by Jonny Hayes.
Shaun Hutchinson takes the free kick.
Ryan Jack concedes a free kick for a foul on Lionel Ainsworth.
The ball is crossed by Barry Robson.
The referee gets the game started.
Reynolds keen to make his mark
Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds is glad his former club Motherwell will join the Dons in Europe next season but is determined to make sure it will be as the third best team in Scotland when the two sides meet at Pittodrie on Sunday.
Derek McInnes' second-placed side are one point ahead of the Steelmen going into the last Scottish Premiership weekend of the season.
Whoever finishes runners-up to champions Celtic will enter the Europa League qualifiers at a later round than the third-placed club. Reynolds, 27, who started his career at hometown club Motherwell, before a spell at Sheffield Wednesday, is looking for that extra couple of weeks summer holiday.
"I am delighted Motherwell are back in Europe," the 27-year-old told RedTV.
"They have always been my team and it is great to see them doing well but you always want to do better than your old team so it puts a wee extra edge on it.
"Obviously both of us are in Europe now and it is about seeing who finishes the best of the rest so it is going to be a great game and hopefully we can put on a show for the fans.
"The incentive is there for us as well as them.
" The extra couple of weeks is massive because the season has been hard fought.
"Both teams have been dogging it out all season. We haven't given each other any breathing room so it is fitting that it comes down to this game to decide it. I am sure it will come down to who wants it more.
"Going into Europe a little later on and getting the extra couple of weeks off, is an added bonus."
Reynolds believes Aberdeen could take advantage of the fact that Stuart McCall's men need to win.
He said: "It definitely changes the dynamics of the game slightly they can't just sit in and hit on the break.
"But one thing about Motherwell, and we have seen all year, is that they know how to win games.
"They have a way of playing and breaking teams down to get three points and that is why they have the chance of finishing second. So it's going to be tough game."
Midfielder Willo Flood is a doubt after he suffered a dead leg in the win over Dundee United at Tannadice in midweek.
A second-place finish will not improve Motherwell manager Stuart McCall's budget for next season because he has already been told his wage bill will stay the same.
The Motherwell board have decided McCall should retain this year's budget after he secured another European place, despite posting combined losses of almost B#800,000 in the previous two seasons.
But a victory over Aberdeen would ensure the Scottish Premiership runners-up spot and an extra B#240,000 prize money for the club, which will be warmly welcomed in the boardroom.
"It would mean everything," McCall said. "Obviously out of that you pay bigger bonuses for finishing second so it wouldn't actually be 250, but there will still be a lot more money in the kitty.
"In fairness to the board, we haven't had any cup runs this season or sold a player for any money, but for them to say to me for next season the budget will stay the same has been a great bonus, because I expected it to be cut.
"We haven't had a (league) sponsor this year and next year there's not going to be a Hearts, a Rangers or mabye another Premiership club, so finances might be tight again."
Aberdeen remain favourites for second but McCall has always classed them as such.
"It's been a fantastic achievement to get third but obviously it would be even better to clinch second," he said.
"It's not mind games, it's Aberdeen's to lose. We have got to go up there and win. We did it on Boxing Day and we are going to try and do it again.
"They are a terrific side. I said at the beginning of the season that in my eyes, anyone finishing above them would be in Europe, would be second.
"And that wasn't to put pressure on them, it's knowing what a good management team they have got and what a good squad of players they have got, and obviously if they get on a roll, they have a tremendous following home and away.
"For us to still be in there with a chance is credit to our players."
Motherwell have lost forward Craig Moore to serious injury ahead of the clash.
The teenager faces a lengthy spell out after damaging his cruciate ligament against Inverness in midweek.
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