Nathan Ralph has lost an appeal against his red card in Sunday's Rangers game and will miss Saturday’s trip to Kilmarnock.
Christmas has come early for Dundee fans, with their team moving off the bottom of the Premiership table. Courier sports writers Ian Roache, Neil Robertson and Eric Nicolson assess whether it is now up, up and away for the Dark Blues, how high St Johnstone should be aiming and why Robbie Neilson was so unhappy with Dundee United's weekend draw.
A lot has understandably been made of the anticipated incomings (and outgoings) at Dundee in January.
In this week's Talking Football, Courier sports writers Ian Roache, Neil Robertson and Eric Nicolson discuss the Dundee improvement, St Johnstone's continued unbeaten run and Dundee United's big game on Friday night.
The two Dundee clubs have potentially season-defining matches this weekend. Courier sports writers Ian Roache, Eric Nicolson and Neil Robertson discuss the big games at Dens and Dingwall, as well as St Johnstone’s stunning Premiership form.
TALKING FOOTBALL: Are St Mirren worse than Dundee and are Ross County getting too far in front of Dundee United?
One new manager in the city of Dundee has got his 'bounce', while another certainly has not. Courier sports writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson assess the early days of the Robbie Neilson and Jim McIntyre reigns at Tannadice and Dens Park.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre called for his players to "stand up and be counted" against Celtic at Dens Park on Wednesday night.
Personal pride in your performance comes a distant second to being part of a winning team, Dundee’s Jesse Curran has insisted.
Kenny Miller has called on the Dundee players to have a “long, hard look in the mirror” before tomorrow night’s clash with Hearts.
There isn’t much Kenny Miller hasn’t seen in a 20-year career as a professional footballer.