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Free kick awarded for a foul by Stevie Hammell on Cillian Sheridan. Indirect free kick taken by James Dayton.
Outswinging corner taken right-footed by Tom Hateley. Corner taken by Tom Hateley from the right by-line, Michael Nelson makes a clearance.
Jamie Murphy fouled by Liam Kelly, the ref awards a free kick. Indirect free kick taken by Simon Ramsden.
Tom Hateley takes a inswinging corner from the left by-line to the near post, clearance made by Cillian Sheridan.
Keith Lasley produces a right-footed shot from the edge of the box and misses to the right of the target.
Unfair challenge on James Dayton by Simon Ramsden results in a free kick. Liam Kelly takes the free kick.
Effort from outside the penalty box by Henrik Ojamaa goes wide left of the target. Craig Slater replaces Lee Johnson.
Corner taken right-footed by Tom Hateley from the right by-line to the near post, Paul Heffernan manages to make a clearance.
Effort on goal by Jamie Murphy from just inside the penalty box goes harmlessly over the target.
Mark O'Hara comes on in place of Borja Perez.
Corner from right by-line taken by Tom Hateley. Outswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Tom Hateley.
Jamie Murphy has an effort at goal from deep inside the area missing to the right of the target.
Henrik Ojamaa scores a goal from just inside the area to the top right corner of the goal. Motherwell 2-2 Kilmarnock.
Unfair challenge on Keith Lasley by Lee Johnson results in a free kick. The ball is swung over by Tom Hateley, Jamie Murphy takes a shot. Cameron Bell makes a save.
Jamie Murphy finds the net with a goal from inside the six-yard box to the bottom left corner of the goal. Motherwell 1-2 Kilmarnock.Assist by Robert McHugh.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on James Dayton by Tom Hateley. The referee shows Tom Hateley a yellow card for unsporting behaviour. Borja Perez takes the free kick.
Corner taken by Borja Perez.
Adam Cummins goes off and Robert McHugh comes on.
Nicky Law takes a shot. Save by Cameron Bell.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Borja Perez from the left by-line to the near post, Paul Heffernan scores a headed goal from inside the six-yard box. Motherwell 0-2 Kilmarnock.Borja Perez provided the assist for the goal. The referee books Paul Heffernan for persistent infringement.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Keith Lasley by Cillian Sheridan. Stevie Hammell takes the free kick.
Shot by James Dayton from deep inside the penalty area misses wide to the left of the target.
Cillian Sheridan takes a shot. Liam Kelly has an effort at goal. Tom Hateley takes a inswinging corner from the left by-line played to the near post, clearance made by Michael Nelson. Save by Darren Randolph. Save by Darren Randolph.
Tom Hateley challenges James Dayton unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Rory McKeown.
Keith Lasley has an effort at goal from just outside the box which goes wide of the right-hand post.
Corner taken right-footed by Borja Perez to the near post, Adam Cummins manages to make a clearance.
Michael Higdon gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Ryan O'Leary. Lee Johnson takes the indirect free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Cillian Sheridan on Adam Cummins. Darren Randolph restarts play with the free kick.
Outswinging corner taken right-footed by Tom Hateley, Jamie Murphy has an effort at goal from 12 yards. James Fowler gets a block in.
Adam Cummins challenges Borja Perez unfairly and gives away a free kick. Borja Perez restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by Ryan O'Leary on Michael Higdon, free kick awarded. Keith Lasley takes the indirect free kick.
Outswinging corner taken by Tom Hateley from the right by-line.
Henrik Ojamaa produces a right-footed shot from just outside the box that goes wide left of the goal.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Paul Heffernan on Simon Ramsden. Indirect free kick taken by Tom Hateley.
Unfair challenge on Henrik Ojamaa by Liam Kelly results in a free kick. Tom Hateley produces a shot on goal direct from the free kick, Cameron Bell makes a comfortable save.
Henrik Ojamaa has an effort at goal from 20 yards. Michael Nelson gets a block in.
Unfair challenge on Nicky Law by Liam Kelly results in a free kick. Shot on goal comes in from Tom Hateley from the free kick, Cameron Bell makes a save.
James Dayton fouled by Tom Hateley, the ref awards a free kick. Cameron Bell takes the indirect free kick.
Shaun Hutchinson leaves the field to be replaced by Adam Cummins.
The offside flag is raised against Henrik Ojamaa. Michael Nelson takes the indirect free kick.
Borja Perez takes a shot. Save by Darren Randolph.
Paul Heffernan takes a shot. Inswinging corner taken by James Dayton. Shaun Hutchinson makes a clearance.
Effort from the edge of the box by Jamie Murphy goes wide of the right-hand upright.
Corner taken right-footed by Tom Hateley from the right by-line, Shaun Hutchinson takes a shot. Save by Cameron Bell.
Michael Higdon fouled by Liam Kelly, the ref awards a free kick. Nicky Law restarts play with the free kick.
Corner taken by Tom Hateley from the right by-line played to the near post, Michael Higdon takes a shot. Borja Perez gets a block in. Henrik Ojamaa takes a shot. Ryan O'Leary gets a block in.
A goal is scored by Borja Perez from just outside the area high into the middle of the goal. Motherwell 0-1 Kilmarnock.
Michael Higdon takes a shot. Save by Cameron Bell. Shaun Hutchinson concedes a free kick for a foul on Liam Kelly. Cameron Bell restarts play with the free kick.
Cillian Sheridan fouled by Simon Ramsden, the ref awards a free kick. Indirect free kick taken by James Fowler.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Henrik Ojamaa by Liam Kelly. Tom Hateley takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on James Fowler by Nicky Law results in a free kick. Free kick taken by Cameron Bell.
Unfair challenge on Jamie Murphy by James Fowler results in a free kick. Stevie Hammell takes the free kick.
McCall happy to welcome back Shiels
Stuart McCall is looking forward to meeting up once more with one of his favourite managerial colleagues when Kilmarnock visit Motherwell on Clydesdale Bank Premier League duty.
Killie's outspoken boss Kenny Shiels is free to return to the technical area at Fir Park following a three-game touchline ban for remarks made about referee Euan Norris following his side's defeat to Inverness on November 3, with another two-game ban suspended until the end of next season.
And Shiels' feud with the footballing authorities will continue into 2013.
He accused fourth official Andrew Dallas of an "outrageous fabrication" against him after an incident which saw the Northern Irishman sent to the stand in a home SPL match against St Johnstone last month.
Shiels has been asked by Scottish Football Association's disciplinary panel to explain those comments on 10 January.
McCall, though, admits he is a big fan of the Rugby Park boss.
"Kenny is interesting, I see him at a lot of games and bounce matches," the Well manager told Press Association Sport.
"He's a football man, he studies and is enthusiastic about the game and I get on fine with him.
"We've never had a cross word during games and he is always in afterwards for a cup of tea.
"And I will be honest, when I've driven home a couple of times from games I have been watching this season I've actually sat in the car waiting for his interview to come on, just to listen to see what he has got to say.
"He is always entertaining. He is a deep thinker and I think he has been good for the game.
"And I like his Kilmarnock side. I think they have a lot of good players, I could go through the whole side.
"They will be definitely looking to be top six with the squad they have got and they will be confident of doing that."
Motherwell's thumping 4-1 home win over Aberdeen on Boxing Day moved them level on points with second-place Inverness.
However, McCall is reading little into league positions at this stage of the campaign.
The former Scotland, Rangers and Everton midfielder said: "The boys are playing with a lot of confidence.
"Take out the cup games and we have been pleased with the consistency levels.
"It would be nice to end the year with back-to-back home wins but it is easy to get carried away.
"We have not beaten Kilmarnock here since I've been in charge, they are always tight games but always good games."
Kilmarnock striker Cillian Sheridan is looking to return to their preferred style of football against Motherwell, despite taking seven points from three games.
Killie have beaten Aberdeen and Hearts and drawn with Hibernian in recent weeks, but manager Shiels has not been completely satisfied with the standard of play.
Sheridan will return to one of his former clubs when Killie travel to Fir Park - he enjoyed a loan spell at Motherwell from Celtic when Mark McGhee was in charge - and he is looking to use the occasion to revert to their passing game.
The Irishman said: "I have good memories from it and I'm looking forward to going there. I learnt a lot. It was my first loan move so it was an eye-opener to life outside Celtic.
"It opens your eyes to things most clubs outside Celtic had - training facilities and pitches. But the benefit of it is that you're playing first-team football rather than friendlies or sitting on the bench. So it was a good move at the time.
"There are four players I think, Steven Hammell, Keith Lasley, Jamie Murphy and Shaun Hutchinson, who were there. It's actually not often you see that now. Even at Celtic there are only one or two players who are still there. I think a lot of the SPL is the same.
"For the last two or three seasons they have been playing good attractive football. We try to as well. Maybe the last few games we haven't played as much football as we would have liked.
"Hopefully we can get back to that and it should be an entertaining game.
"The weather can sometimes come into play when it's windy and wet. We always seek to play football but sometimes you have to overcome the conditions."
Kilmarnock have lost defenders Manuel Pascali and Mohamadou Sissoko for the match.
Pascali has a hamstring problem and Sissoko went over on his ankle in the Boxing Day win over Hearts with both expected to be out for a week or two.
Danny Racchi, Garry Hay and William Gros remain on the sidelines.
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