Dundee United slumped to their second successive Championship defeat after being comprehensively beaten by Inverness at Tannadice.
Tam Scobbie knows all about Tayside derbies having played in enough of them for St Johnstone.
It was suggested to me at Parkhead on Saturday by a fellow journalist that after the “free hit” game against Celtic, Dundee faced three matches in the space of a week that could make or break their season.
Dundee boss Neil McCann insists his players can stop Celtic’s domestic domination and progress to the semi-finals of the Betfred Cup – but only if they have 100% belief in their ability to do so.
Dundee’s Cammy Kerr has revealed that having beaten Rangers at Dens last week, travelling up the A9 to the Highlands on Saturday in a bid to make it two wins in a row against Ross County was an even tougher assignment.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon believes his side have built up a fair head of steam ahead of next week’s derby at Dens.
To say Elliott Parish had a baptism of fire in a Dundee shirt would be an understatement.
Dundee secured their first Premiership away win of the season with this comprehensive victory over Ross County in the Highlands.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is facing a major selection headache for this afternoon’s Angus derby against Forfar at Gayfield with up to five first-team regulars missing out through injury or unavailability.
On Saturday, Scott Fraser was Dundee United’s “supersub hero”– but that is a tag he is keen doesn’t stick.