Motherwell return to action on Saturday after an enforced break of a month and Ross County stand in their way of earning three valuable Scottish Premiership points.

Stephen Robinson's men were last in action when they lost 5-1 to Rangers at Fir Park on September 27, and since then there has been an international break and matches away to Kilmarnock and St Mirren postponed due to positive coronavirus tests on the part of their opponents.

The last time Motherwell hosted the Staggies was back in March when they won 4-1, courtesy of an Allan Campbell double and strikes from Mark O'Hara and Tony Watt, so they will be looking for more of the .

However, these sides met up in Dingwall in the opening match of the 2020-21 season, with a Ross Stewart penalty earning the Highlanders a 1-0 win.

Stephen Robinson will want his side to get back to winning ways

Saturday's game kicks off at 3pm and is of course played behind closed doors, so the only way to catch the action will be via the clubs official steaming channel.

You can sign up or log-in via ppv.motherwellfc.co.uk to match the game online via pay-per-view, priced at £12.

This is available to both sets of supporters.

Motherwell season ticket holders can watch through their normal subscription at live.motherwellfc.co.uk as a free addition to their purchase, which you can access by using your season ticket card. This is also available to supporters watching abroad.