Neil Warnock will take charge of his first Scottish Premiership match at Aberdeen's home of Pittodrie as Stuart Kettlewell's Motherwell take the trip north in midweek.
With both sides currently level on points in the bottom six of the Scottish Premiership table - with Motherwell in eighth and Aberdeen in ninth with a game in hand - this midweek encounter takes on great importance.
The Dons will bid to end a dismal run of five league matches without a win in front of their home supporters, whilst visitors Motherwell will seek to continue a recent upturn in form in the Scottish Premiership with the Steelmen currently unbeaten in five in Scotland's top flight.
This Scottish Premiership match between Aberdeen and Motherwell will not be broadcast live on public TV.
Aberdeen v Motherwell will kick off at 19:45 GMT at Pittodrie Stadium on Wednesday 14th February 2024.
North Macedonian striker Bojan Miovski is Aberdeen's top goalscorer in all competitions this term on 22, with the 24-year-old having notched all but one of the Dons' eight goals since returning from their winter break on 19th January.
Motherwell's top scorer is Canadian striker Theo Bair, with the ex-St Johnstone man currently on a hot streak in front of goal with six goals in his last five Scottish Premiership outings.
Aberdeen and Motherwell have only met once in the league so far this season, with the Dons prevailing 4-2 away from home at Fir Park back in November with Jamie McGrath netting a brace, whilst Nicky Devlin and Duk were also on the scoresheet.
Aberdeen's two confirmed absentees for the visit of Motherwell are defenders Slobodan Rubezic (knee) and James McGarry (hamstring).
Motherwell will be without midfielder Callum Slattery for the trip to Aberdeen with the midfielder ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.