In Talking Football, our writers Ian Roache, Eric Nicolson and Neil Robertson look at Dundee United's get-out-of-jail win over Arbroath, wonder why Dundee keep losing goals from setpieces and consider St Johnstone's heavy home defeat to Rangers.
Tommy Wright may not be singer Amy Macdonald’s favourite person.
Talking Football: Dundee deserve to pat themselves on back and United ready to go again against Dunfermline
In this week's Talking Football, Courier football writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson tackle Dundee's positive performance against Aberdeen, look ahead to Dundee United's trip to Dunfermline and ponder whether or not the "big black cloud" has lifted at St Johnstone.
St Johnstone striker Chris Kane believes his first league goal of the season is just around the corner.
There were a couple of markers laid for Callum Booth at Rugby Park - the point that got St Johnstone off the foot of the table and his debut for the McDiarmid Park side.
St Johnstone captain Jason Kerr hopes the resilience they showed with nine men against Aberdeen can help them beat Motherwell with 11 players on the park.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright not keen on ‘stop-start’ season but still proud of his international players
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright does not like the season being so stop-start, even though he appreciates there is no alternative.
St Johnstone fans hoped this would be the Stevie May show on his return to Pittodrie but instead Michael O'Halloran was the main man.
Nine-man St Johnstone lost their discipline but saved a point as they drew with Aberdeen at McDiarmid Park.
St Johnstone defender Liam Gordon is hoping to give the elbow to his injury woes.