Dunfermline have apologised following the late postponement of their Championship game against Dundee United.
Brechin boss Barry Smith is hoping Tuesday night’s late postponement of the game against Stranraer will work in his team’s favour as they face Montrose in a crunch Angus derby this afternoon.
Dundee’s Nathan Ralph is hoping to serve up a tasty TV treat for his family by helping the Dark Blues pull off one of the shocks of the season against Celtic at Dens tomorrow.
If form is an accurate indicator of who will win a football match, then there should only be one outcome as Dundee United travel south to face Dunfermline at East End Park.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is determined there will be no triple whammy at Gayfield today as his team look to get back to winning ways against East Fife.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson has been dealt a big blow with the news that he will be without two strikers for next week’s crunch meeting with league leaders Ross County.
Dundee United are now a massive 11 points behind league leaders Ross County with just nine games of the regular season to go but Mark Connolly insists no-one at Tannadice has raised the white flag on their title ambitions just yet.
Brechin boss Barry Smith admits that while he would like his players to start turning draws into wins, the most important thing is that they continue to pick up points.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre believes win is just around the corner if team reproduce same level of performance
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre insists that if his team can reproduce the same levels of performance they showed in defeat against Hearts on Saturday, then the next win is just around the corner.
Dundee’s James Horsfield insists everyone at the club has to focus on the positives despite the latest loss at Dens on Saturday.