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     Viktoria Morris 

    Tony Watt’s late strike earned Motherwell a 2-1 victory over Ross County and lifted them to third in the Scottish Premiership.

    Motherwell took the lead inside two minutes when Callum Slattery collected a loose ball, flicked it up and unleashed a 25-yard strike into the top corner.

    County came back into it and Regan Charles-Cook scored a deserved equaliser six minutes before half-time when his dangerous cross ended up in the net.

    Both sides hit the crossbar after the break and County had the bulk of the chances.

    But Graham Alexander’s team have developed a habit of grinding out results and they secured three points when Watt latched onto a ball over the top and despatched his fifth goal of the season.

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     Damian Harrison 

    I rarely watch those matches that are not decisive. I don’t have much time for my hobby. I prefer to see the final result of the match right after the end here – Then I can plan and make my own prediction for the final of the competition. Sometimes these bets bring in very good money.

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