MOTHERWELL plan to "work with Bournemouth" to decide the best way to treat loanee Mikael Ndjoli's knee injury.

The striker, who joined the Fir Park club last month on a deal until the end of the season, has played twice for the Scottish Premiership outfit, but is now set to miss out on tomorrow's Scottish Cup clash with St Mirren due to the knock.

"Unfortunately Mikael Ndjoli, whom we thought would get a little run in the side now, got injured in training," said Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson.

“He felt a lot better on Friday morning which is positive but we will get a scan. We’ll work with Bournemouth on that one."

Ndjoli, 21, scored three goals in 18 appearances during a loan spell at Gillingham in the first half of this season.

Also in Scotland, fellow Cherries loanee Matt Butcher made his first start for St Johnstone in their 1-1 draw at Ross County.

Midfielder Butcher completed 72 minutes of the fixture and watched on as his side conceded to a 90th-minute Billy McKay strike, cancelling out Stevie May's opener.

In the Championship, Harry Arter was introduced from the bench early in the second half for Fulham, but could not prevent a shock 3-0 defeat to rock-bottom Barnsley.

Scott Parker's Cottagers are third in the table, after their first loss in seven league matches.

Alex Dobre was not in Wigan Athletic's squad for their trip to Cardiff City, who also did not name Brad Smith in their matchday 18.

In League One, Nnamdi Ofoborh played the final 17 minutes as Wycombe Wanderers won 2-0 at Bolton to stay third.

Calum Ward and Shaun Hobson both played the full 90 minutes as Weymouth completed a stunning comeback to defeat Hampton & Richmond in National League South.

Trailing 2-0 at half-time, Mark Molesley's Terras emerged with a 3-2 victory thanks to a Calvin Brooks brace and Brett Williams strike.

Tyrell Hamilton struck a last-gasp winner for Gosport Borough in their 2-1 win against Walton Casuals in Southern League South.

In one of just two games to go ahead in the division due to Storm Dennis, Gosport trailed with 10 minutes to go, but Hamilton's strike secured a dramatic turnaround at the death.

Over in Italy, Asmir Begovic was an unused substitute in AC Milan's 1-1 Coppa Italia semi-final first-leg draw against Juventus.