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The referee blows for the end of the match.
Billy McKay takes a shot and struck the post.
Lee Hollis restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Iain Vigurs by David Raven.
Dean Brill takes the free kick.
Foul by Steven Hammell on Graeme Shinnie, free kick awarded.
Corner taken by Iain Vigurs.
Unfair challenge on Graeme Shinnie by Craig Moore results in a free kick.
Shot comes in from Greg Tansey from the free kick. A parry by Lee Hollis prevents the goal.
Foul by Stephen McManus on Ryan Christie, free kick awarded.
Free kick taken by Lee Hollis.
Foul by Gary Warren on Shaun Hutchinson, free kick awarded.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Graeme Shinnie by Henri Anier.
Craig Moore is brought on as a substitute for Zaine Francis-Angol.
Henri Anier joins the action as a substitute, replacing Lionel Ainsworth.
Shot by Danny Williams went wide right of the net.
Iain Vigurs receives a caution.
Unfair challenge on Graeme Shinnie by Iain Vigurs results in a free kick.
Ryan Christie joins the action as a substitute, replacing Marley Watkins.
Unfair challenge on Keith Lasley by Greg Tansey results in a free kick.
Steven Hammell crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Iain Vigurs by Daniel Devine results in a free kick.
Steven Hammell takes the free kick.
Foul by Ross Draper on John Sutton, free kick awarded.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Greg Tansey.
Billy McKay has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the net.
Aaron Doran leaves the field to be replaced by Danny Williams.
Free kick taken by Steven Hammell.
Corner taken by Iain Vigurs from the right by-line.
Header at goal by Gary Warren goes over the bar.
Free kick crossed by Aaron Doran.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Craig Reid on Marley Watkins.
Greg Tansey takes a shot. Lee Hollis safely holds on.
John Sutton takes a strike on goal from the free kick which goes harmlessly over the bar.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Zaine Francis-Angol by Graeme Shinnie.
Fraser Kerr on for James McFadden.
Graeme Shinnie grabs a goal with a right foot finish. Motherwell 2-1 Inverness CT.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Daniel Devine on James McFadden.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Graeme Shinnie.
Iain Vigurs takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Marley Watkins on John Sutton.
The referee starts the second half.
The players leave the pitch at half time.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Iain Vigurs.
Iain Vigurs restarts play with the free kick.
Marley Watkins challenges Steven Hammell unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Lionel Ainsworth takes the chance to get an effort at goal and hits the bar.
Corner taken by Graeme Shinnie.
Gary Warren heads into their own net. Motherwell 2-0 Inverness CT.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Marley Watkins.
Shot by Aaron Doran cleared the bar.
Header at goal by Shaun Hutchinson misses left of the target.
The referee cautions Greg Tansey for unsporting behaviour.
Foul by Greg Tansey on Steven Hammell, free kick awarded.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Billy McKay on Keith Lasley.
Free kick taken by Ross Draper.
Iain Vigurs gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Aaron Doran.
Free kick taken by Keith Lasley.
Daniel Devine challenges John Sutton unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Lee Hollis takes the free kick.
Gary Warren concedes a free kick for a foul on Stephen McManus.
Shot by Zaine Francis-Angol cleared the net.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Greg Tansey by Iain Vigurs.
John Sutton scores a penalty. Motherwell 1-0 Inverness CT.
Penalty awarded for a foul by Ross Draper on John Sutton.
Free kick taken by Shaun Hutchinson.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Craig Reid by Greg Tansey.
The referee gets the game started.
Well unchanged for Inverness
Motherwell have an unchanged squad ahead of their Scottish Premiership clash with Inverness on Wednesday.
Midfielders Paul Lawson (Achilles) and Stuart Carswell (knee) and defender Simon Ramsden (knee) remain on the sidelines following surgery.
But otherwise the squad is unchanged following the 2-1 win over St Johnstone on Saturday.
The Steelmen host Inverness hoping to keep their bid for second place in the Scottish Premiership on track.
The trail Aberdeen by a single point ahead of the Dons' clash with Dundee United on Tuesday and will visit Pittodrie on the final day of the season hoping to be named 'best of the rest' for the second year running.
Fourth-placed Dundee United could still pip his side to a European slot, but, having faced budget cuts and a major upheaval in his squad last summer, boss Stuart McCall believes a top-three finish will top last year's runners-up achievement.
He said: "If we could finish in the European spot then I think it would match last year's achievement.
"The last couple of seasons we have been fortunate with injuries, but this year we have had eight and nine players out at some points.
"But, if someone was to tell me at the start of the campaign that we would break last year's points tally, I would have told them they were absolutely crazy.
"I think we'd have been happy with 50 points and the top six. But to have 64 points with two to go is beyond our wildest dreams."
Inverness teenager Ryan Christie has been tipped to become the latest youngster to light up the Highlands by team-mate Aaron Doran.
The 19-year-old midfielder netted just his second goal for Caley Thistle in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Dundee United and Doran believes it just another sign of his growing importance for John Hughes' side.
He said: "Ryan's been brilliant for us.
"Every time he gets on the ball he looks comfortable. Nothing has phased him so far and he's a good player to have around.
"You know you can trust him when you pass him the ball. He never looks afraid and doesn't hide. That's the way you need to be when you are young. He has a bright future ahead of him."
Fifth-placed Inverness are currently wedged between St Johnstone and Dundee United but with two games left to go, they have only prize money left to play for.
Neverthless, Doran praised the side for bouncing back from the painful 6-0 drubbing suffered at Celtic Park a week and a half ago by holding Jackie McNamara's William Hill Scottish Cup finalists to a stalemate at the weekend.
Now he has urged them to build on that result by beating Motherwell for the first time since August.
The 22-year-old Irishman said: "The draw with United was a positive result to get and showed we have not let our heads go down after the Celtic game.
"We gave it a good go and it was a good performance on Saturday. Now we need to look ahead to the Motherwell game on Wednesday.
"The last two games we have played them have been tight but they have come out on top. But we don't want to let the season fizzle out and believe we can get a result at Fir Park."
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