This dreadful display from Dundee United deserved to get them knocked off the top of the Championship.
Lee Ashcroft insists Dunfermline must showcase their character in a bid to end their East End Park woes.
Ian Harkes insists the Dundee United players have heard manager Robbie Neilson’s Alloa message loud and clear.
Matty Kennedy was seconds away from adding to the list of St Johnstone internationalists.
Montrose travel to Airdrie looking to pick up a third consecutive win, with manager Stewart Petrie still to decide if the international break was a blessing or a curse.
Arbroath assistant manager Ian Campbell reckons that the Lichties’ game with visitors Morton will be between two sides out to make a statement.
Dundee United frontman Louis Appere would love to celebrate his new deal by winning at Queen of the South today.
Jim Spence: Lawrence Shankland’s Scotland success story should inspire every player who has suffered setback
Lawrence Shankland’s performances in his two Scotland appearances were a boost for every player who has ever suffered a career setback.
Dundee United’s desire to win promotion will be the key factor in their Lawrence Shankland strategy.
St Johnstone skipper Jason Kerr believes they can end their away-day drought in Paisley.