Dundee United slumped to their second successive Championship defeat after being comprehensively beaten by Inverness at Tannadice.
Dundee suffered a heartbreaking, last-gasp defeat against Rangers at Ibrox, conceding a goal in the 93rd minute of the game.
Dundee United’s recent winning run came to an end at the Glebe with bottom of the table Brechin producing a brave, battling performance to secure a share of the spoils.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon will use the international break to try to ensure his squad are all as close as possible to the same high level of fitness.
St Johnstone fans can start looking out their passports once more with their side securing a place in Europe with this narrow but deserved win over Partick Thistle at McDiarmid Park.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon insists that another short trip up the road to Dens holds no fear for him or his players.
Paul McGowan insists that although Dundee were beaten at Ibrox on Saturday, their overall performance shows just how far Paul Hartley’ side have come in the last few weeks.
Tam Scobbie knows all about Tayside derbies having played in enough of them for St Johnstone.
Raith boss Ray McKinnon says he will have no hesitation playing James Craigen against Falkirk tomorrow night – despite the fact the player has signed a pre-contract with the Bairns for next season.
Raith boss Gary Locke admits it’s good to talk – as long as his players and staff aren’t doing so on their mobiles.