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Motherwell love a comeback

When Motherwell were going through a dismal 15-game winless run earlier this season, it was hard to find positives of any sort for those of a claret and amber persuasion .

However, they have put that behind them and sit eighth in the Scottish Premiership, five points clear of Ross County in 11th.

A key reason for that turnaround is the number of points Stuart Kettlewell's side have been able to pick up from losing positions this season.

They have taken 14 points from games in which they have gone behind, more than anyone else in the division.

Compare that to County, who have taken just two points from losing positions, and you see why one club looks likely to be in the top flight next season and one could be contesting a relegation play-off in the not too distant future.