Dundee boss Jim McIntyre is looking for his team to build on their last two results when they travel to face Livingston at the Tony Macaroni Arena tomorrow.
It has been confirmed that Dundee United’s eagerly-awaited William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final will take place at Tannadice on Sunday, March 3, at 3.30pm with game to be shown live on BBC Scotland. Robbie Neilson’s side are set to face the winners of the Inverness v Ross County fifth-round replay.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre is hoping that the security of a long-term contract can help striker Andrew Nelson realise his potential and feel wanted again.
Forfar boss Jim Weir has received a double signing boost with Darren Whyte and Adam Eckersley pledging their immediate futures to the club.
St Johnstone have announced that full-back Richard Foster has agreed a new contract which will keep him at the club until May, next year. The 33-year-old former Aberdeen, Bristol City, Rangers and Ross County defender joined Saints in August, 2016.
Dundee’s Andrew Nelson has praised strike partner Craig Curran for helping him hit the ground running with the Dark Blues – by pestering him constantly.
Dundee United’s Cammy Smith refuses to hit out at former room-mate following forearm smash during cup tie
Dundee United’s Cammy Smith has refused to slate his former team-mate Paul McGinn for a reckless challenge during Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup tie against St Mirren.
The Verdict: Ten-man Dundee United beat St Mirren 2-1 in the Scottish Cup to make it through to quarter-finals
Dundee United are through to the quarter-finals of the William Hill Scottish Cup thanks to this ultimately hard-fought win over St Mirren.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell hoping to reap benefits of mini winter break against Stranraer at Gayfield
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is hoping the hard work his players put in during a mini winter break will reap dividends when they face Stranraer at Gayfield this afternoon.
Andrew Nelson defiantly insists the new-look Dundee team he is part of can no longer be considered pushovers by the rest of the Premiership.