In this week's Talking Football Eric Nicolson and Ian Roache assess a Dundee problem that won't go away, the Premiership relegation battle and a weekend of Scottish Cup shocks.
Dundee United and Dundee were both handed ties against Premiership opposition when the fourth round draw of the William Hill Scottish Cup was made.
Dundee manager James McPake has declared that a cup run is right up there on the club's wish list.
Dundee’s big name central midfielders couldn’t help produce the big game win the club needed at the weekend.
As James McPake tries to find a way of sharpening his Dundee team’s cutting edge, Ian Roache, Jim Spence and Eric Nicolson discuss whether dropping Kane Hemmings is the way to do it. Nine-man St Johnstone, Dundee United at Morton, Scottish Cup shocks and Raith Rovers nostalgia are also on the agenda.
Let’s hope that Steve Clarke has some tough decisions to make about who is in his Scotland squad for Euro 2020.
Dundee need to show character at Dens Park this weekend to prevent themselves from “falling away” in the Championship promotion race, according to captain Josh Meekings.
Dundee failed to come up with the post-derby response that was required as they slipped to another Championship defeat.
Dundee striker Kane Hemmings has thrown his support behind the club’s bid for stability.
Dundee goalkeeper Jack Hamilton will be back between the posts for the clash with Queen of the South at Dens.