Dunfermline have apologised following the late postponement of their Championship game against Dundee United.
The death rattle of hope and ambition whispers hauntingly in the city air, as the football season nears its end.
If form is an accurate indicator of who will win a football match, then there should only be one outcome as Dundee United travel south to face Dunfermline at East End Park.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson has been dealt a big blow with the news that he will be without two strikers for next week’s crunch meeting with league leaders Ross County.
Dundee United are now a massive 11 points behind league leaders Ross County with just nine games of the regular season to go but Mark Connolly insists no-one at Tannadice has raised the white flag on their title ambitions just yet.
Robbie Neilson has spoken of his frustration at Osman Sow’s “stop-start” Dundee United career so far.
A dispiriting weekend for Dundee United has left Courier sports writers Neil Robertson and Eric Nicolson contemplating the issues that have left them staring at the play-offs.
Dundee United haven’t given up on chasing down Ross County just yet, according to Mark Reynolds.
It was a sign of the position Dundee United had put themselves in that they were susceptible to the sort of sucker punch that floored them at Firhill.
The promotion play-offs are looming large for Dundee United after this dispiriting defeat at Firhill.