BOOKIES have priced up tonight's Motherwell-Hearts games as if the Jambos were at home.

Robbie Neilson's side are odds on – McBookie are best at 37-40 – and it feels wrong even though they don't get it wrong too often.

Hearts haven't won at Fir Park since 2010 – losing three of the last four – and face a side beaten just once in five games and who will climb to second with three points.

In their last home outing Well swept away Hamilton with a powerful attacking display with Louis Moult bagging four.

Well look big at 3-1 with the likes of McBookie and Ladbrokes while a draw is 13-5 at bet365. Draw could be the most likely result – that will send Hearts into second – so consider Well draw no bet at 2-1 with William Hill or not to lose at 19-20 with bet365.

Moult wasn't 100 per cent fit at Firhill after hurting himself standing on a kid's toy and is 15-2 with Paddy Power to score first. Scott McDonald is 8-1 at bet365.

Hearts have drawn a blank in their last two and need to get the likes of Tony Watt and Conor Sammon firing.

It's possibly Callum Paterson who offers the biggest threat at set-pieces and the defender is 11-1 at William Hill to score first and 19-5 to net at any time.

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