Points are more important than praise for Dundee, according to midfielder John O’Sullivan.
Two wins from their last three pre-split Premiership fixtures is the target Martin Woods has set for Dundee.
Six was the number that Dundee fans had in their mind going into the game – the gap Hamilton Accies had opened up on Saturday.
Dundee managing director John Nelms has revealed that the club’s stadium move is finally gaining momentum after feeling like it had “stalled forever”.
Dundee will have to adjust from facing one of the most physical teams in the Premiership to facing the most creative when Celtic visit Dens Park at the weekend.
In a three-club league of Premiership relegation battlers, there is a school of thought that the remaining head to-heads between Dundee, Hamilton Accies and St Mirren will decide who gets relegated, who goes into the play-offs and who survives.
Andrew Davies is back in full training for Dundee, Courier Sport can reveal.
A possible new contract with Dundee and a possible international career with the Philippines have both been put on the back-burner by Jesse Curran.
There will be no divided loyalties for Craig Wighton at Dens Park on Saturday.
The return of Andrew Nelson and Craig Curran for Dundee is unlikely to happen at Dens Park tomorrow.