Motherwell defender Fraser Kerr shrugs off a hamstring problem to face Aberdeen.
Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has made one change for today's Scottish Premiership showdown with Aberdeen, drafting in defender Fraser Kerr.
The centre-back replaces Iain Vigurs in the home side's rear guard after overcome a hamstring injury.
Aberdeen's new signing Adam Rooney, who recently joined the club from Oldham Athletic, has been handed a start upfront, while Nicky Low returns from suspension to take up a place on the bench.
Just one point separates these two sides ahead of kickoff.
Motherwell: Nielsen, Hammell, Hutchinson, McManus, McFadden, Sutton, Lasley, Francis-Angol, Carswell, Kerr, Ainsworth
Aberdeen: Langfield, Shaughnessy, Anderson, Reynolds, Considine, Jack, Flood, Hayes, Robson, McGinn, Rooney
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