Motherwell will pay their fans' £5 fee for Kilmarnock game

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Motherwell will pay their supporters' £5 entry fee to get into Saturday's rearranged game at Kilmarnock.

Fans were given vouchers at Wednesday's Scottish Premiership game, which was abandoned because of fog, but the Rugby Park club now say these did not guarantee free entry.

However, the Fir Park club have said they will cover the cost.

"While we disagree with Kilmarnock's decision, we respect it is their call," chief executive Alan Burrows said.

"Our club does not have a say in setting ticket prices for league matches hosted by other clubs."

Kilmarnock have had to delay a trip to Tenerife after the SPFL insisted the game should be played this weekend. The club have now managed to rearrange their flights for Sunday.

"Following discussions between both clubs and the league, this decision has been made by the SPFL and the club apologises to supporters for the short notice," read a Kilmarnock statement.

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