Dunfermline keeper Sean Murdoch insists it would be only natural to expect a hangover in today’s potentially-explosive derby with Falkirk following the abuse of teammate Dean Shiels.
St Mirren have apologised to the Dundee fans who were stuck outside at kick-off on Saturday and launched an investigation into the hold-ups.
Dundee United captain Willo Flood felt Ray McKinnon was still the right man to guide the club back to the Premiership.
Dundee boss Paul Hartley believes the pressure is right on Graeme Murty after being "thrown in at the deep end” by Rangers.
St Johnstone keeper Zander Clark had admitted it will be a “proud moment” for the club if they can slay Celtic.
Dundee frontman A-Jay Leitch-Smith insists Tomas Cerny should not have stayed on the park to save his penalty.
Dundee United midfielder Scott Fraser has been challenged to prove his manager right when he says he has the “best ability in Scotland.”
The SFA should be awarded a gallantry medal for bravery under fire. With a great many fans wanting Gordon Strachan drummed out of the service as Scotland boss, the blazers went over the top in defence of their man. (Article continues here.)
Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon’s confidence in teenager Scott Allardice is such that he is poised to hand him his debut against Falkirk.
Oliver Burke may be the most expensive Scots player in history but that won’t guarantee him a place in the team that kicks off the World Cup qualifying campaign in Malta.