There was no place like home for Dundee United as they showed brains, heart and courage to whizz three points clear at the top of the Championship.
Dunfermline frontman Ryan Dow has told Dundee's fans that their taunts just spurred him on.
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.
In Talking Football, our writers Ian Roache, Eric Nicolson and Neil Robertson look at Dundee United's get-out-of-jail win over Arbroath, wonder why Dundee keep losing goals from setpieces and consider St Johnstone's heavy home defeat to Rangers.
Dunfermline goalkeeper Ryan Scully admits he is hoping clear-the-air talks will ensure that the Pars avoid “squeaky bum time” on the final weekend of the season.
Dundee boss James McPake admitted his side fell well short of the standard he has set them in a torrid first half at East End Park.
Bobby Linn almost blushed when he was told his name had just been dropped into the same sentence as that of the great Lionel Messi.
Lawrence Shankland saved Dundee United's blushes with a spectacular late double to beat Arbroath 2-1 at Tannadice.
A week earlier, Lawrence Shankland was the subject of a row. This time he was the focus of a “Wow.”
Arbroath can hit the heady heights of second spot in the Championship tonight.