Our football writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson use this week's Talking Football to look forward to an East End Park cracker, ponder how St Johnstone will do at Pittodrie and consider whether it was a point gained or two lost for Dundee.
Talking Football is back for the season and our football writers Eric Nicolson, Neil Robertson and Ian Roache look at Dundee's points drought and the perfect league starts for St Johnstone and Dundee United.
Dundee won derby bragging rights and more importantly a place in the quarter-finals of the Betfred Cup with this narrow but fully merited win over Dundee United at Dens.
The second Dundee derby of the season will take place at Dens Park a week on Wednesday and be shown live on TV.
Dundee 1, Dundee United 1 (United win 4-3 on pens to earn bonus point): Tangerines on the spot to top group
There was derby delight for Dundee United at Dens as they first drew with Dundee then earned the bonus point thanks to a 4-3 penalty shoot-out success.
Q: What should we expect from this Dundee derby?
The eagerly-anticipated Betfred Cup Dundee derby will take place on Sunday, July 30 at Dens Park, live on BT Sport, kick-off 3pm.
In this week’s Talking Football, Courier Sports writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson discuss THAT penalty decision, ponder what might have been for Dundee in Inverness and consider a merger as raised by Jim Spence.
In 1923, Dundee Hibernian changed their name to become Dundee United.
A suggestion by Courier columnist and renowned pundit Jim Spence to merge Dundee's two football was roundly dismissed by fans over the weekend.