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The referee blows for the end of the match.
Gunnar Nielsen takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Iain Vigurs by Marley Watkins.
Corner taken by Iain Vigurs.
Chris Cadden replaces Jack Leitch.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Iain Vigurs by Gary Warren.
The ball is swung over by Carl Tremarco.
Iain Vigurs scores with a left foot finish. Inverness CT 1-2 Motherwell.The assist for the goal came from Craig Moore.
Graeme Shinnie takes a shot. Gunnar Nielsen catches the ball.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Iain Vigurs.
Clearance made by Stephen McManus.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Keith Lasley by Greg Tansey.
Daniel Devine restarts play with the free kick.
Graeme Shinnie fouled by Iain Vigurs, the ref awards a free kick.
The ball is sent over by John Sutton.
Gary Warren restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by John Sutton on Daniel Devine, free kick awarded.
Shaun Hutchinson restarts play with the free kick.
Ross Draper challenges Keith Lasley unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Stephen McManus takes the free kick.
Craig Moore on for Henri Anier.
David Raven leaves the field to be replaced by Marley Watkins.
Steven Hammell fouled by Ryan Christie, the ref awards a free kick.
Keith Lasley makes a clearance.
Fraser Kerr gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Carl Tremarco.
Greg Tansey takes a shot and bounces off the post.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Graeme Shinnie.
Greg Tansey takes a shot.
Foul by Ryan Christie on Steven Hammell, free kick awarded.
Ryan Christie joins the action as a substitute, replacing Liam Polworth.
Free kick taken by Daniel Devine.
Zaine Francis-Angol challenges Graeme Shinnie unfairly and gives away a free kick.
John Sutton is given a yellow card.
John Sutton gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Graeme Shinnie.
Daniel Devine takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Daniel Devine by Henri Anier results in a free kick.
Strike on goal comes in from Iain Vigurs from the free kick and goes over the bar.
Graeme Shinnie concedes a free kick for a foul on John Sutton.
Zaine Francis-Angol on for Craig Reid.
The referee gets the second half underway.
The ref blows to signal half-time.
Ross Draper fouled by Craig Reid, the ref awards a free kick.
Corner taken by Liam Polworth.
Iain Vigurs receives a yellow card.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Ross Draper by Iain Vigurs.
Henri Anier grabs a goal with a right foot finish. Inverness CT 0-1 Motherwell.Assist by Shaun Hutchinson.
Corner taken by Liam Polworth from the left by-line.
Free kick taken by Shaun Hutchinson.
Keith Lasley fouled by Liam Polworth, the ref awards a free kick.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Steven Hammell.
Gary Warren takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Graeme Shinnie by Shaun Hutchinson results in a free kick.
Steven Hammell crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Daniel Devine concedes a free kick for a foul on Henri Anier.
Craig Reid gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Graeme Shinnie.
Keith Lasley concedes a free kick for a foul on Greg Tansey.
Ryan Esson restarts play with the free kick.
Henri Anier is ruled offside.
Carl Tremarco takes the free kick.
Craig Reid gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Liam Polworth.
Clearance by Liam Polworth.
Free kick crossed by Steven Hammell.
Greg Tansey concedes a free kick for a foul on Jack Leitch.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Liam Polworth.
Shot by Carl Tremarco.
Clearance made by Carl Tremarco.
The ball is swung over by Jack Leitch.
Unfair challenge on Gary Warren by Henri Anier results in a free kick.
The ball is crossed by Carl Tremarco.
The referee blows for offside against Billy McKay.
Keith Lasley takes a shot. Ryan Esson safely holds on.
Free kick crossed by Iain Vigurs.
Ross Draper manages to make a clearance.
Free kick taken by Keith Lasley.
Gary Warren concedes a free kick for a foul on Iain Vigurs.
David Raven produces a cross.
The referee gets the match started.
Hughes wary of Motherwell threat
Inverness manager John Hughes has told his players they need to wise up against Motherwell - or they might find themselves out the team.
Caley Thistle played eight games in March and only won one of them, against Partick Thistle.
Hughes has been happy with his side's effort and some of their football but he wants them to be more ruthless at both ends of the park.
And he feels they can learn something from their previous meeting with Motherwell, a 2-0 defeat at Fir Park less than two weeks ago, ahead of their Scottish Premiership clash with the Lanarkshire side on Tuesday night.
"I think Stuart McCall has done a great job," Hughes said.
"When we were down there, even though we were the better football side, they have got something that, no matter if they are up against a better football team or are under the cosh, they know how to win a football match.
"I think we play football and we still don't know how to keep a clean sheet.
"That's all down to hard work and shape."
Inverness are five points off fourth-placed Dundee United with a game in hand and Hughes is desperate to mount a push for European football.
"I will pick a team and let them go and play, sit back and analyse it and get the answers," he said.
"And if it's not those guys...I keep saying to them, football evolves. If it's not you, it will be someone else.
"You can't do any more than give them the jersey and say 'go and play and show me you can take this club where we want to go'."
One player who will not be in the team is centre-back Josh Meekings, after the club confirmed they would not appeal against the red card he received during Saturday's 2-2 draw with St Mirren.
Hughes disagreed with Willie Collum's decision after claiming Graeme Shinnie would have intercepted the ball had Meekings not brought down Josh Magennis as he ran through towards goal, but the club have ruled out an appeal.
Meanwhile, McCall has told his injury-hit squad that putting extra effort into their midweek trip to Inverness could be the key to their season.
McCall revealed another two unnamed players were likely to be added to an injury list that already numbers five and includes the likes of James McFadden, ahead of Tuesday night's Highland clash.
But he has urged his fit players to double their efforts and get the three points that will take them into second place in the Scottish Premiership as they fight for a sixth season in Europe in seven years.
McCall said: "We are all going to be on a beach in six weeks, some might go to Rio, some might go to Largs, so now is the time to put our foot down and not think we're tired. We have really got to put everything into this.
"It might be in six weeks' time, lying wherever we are lying, that we look back and think 'it was a cold, damp, bobbly-pitch night up at Inverness that got us where we wanted to be'. That's how we have got to approach it.
"We have got to be really focused and positive and look to come back down the road back in second place."
McCall has noticed Inverness playing out from the back more often under Hughes than predecessor Terry Butcher, including during their recent 2-0 defeat at Fir Park.
"They had a lot of good possession, certainly second half, but we scored two really good goals," he said.
"I watched them last week up at Tannadice and they were certainly unfortunate not to take anything. They are playing a good brand of football and passing it well.
"The second goal highlighted that on Saturday, a 12-pass move. They are a bit like us at the minute - they have played a lot of games and have a few injuries but we are both in there fighting."
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