In my column last week I spoke about the hurt of the 6-2 at Tannadice being a big factor in Friday night’s second derby of the season at Dens.
A bit of neighbourly envy will help fire up Steve Clarke’s squad to qualify for Euro 2020, according to Celtic winger James Forrest.
The Dundee players are suffering as much derby defeat pain as much as the club's supporters, according to their manager.
Familiarity has helped Dundee United open up a gap at the top of the Championship table, according to Paul McMullan.
Conor Hazard has lived up to Dundee manager James McPake’s expectations.
Anthony Ralston is hoping that his first assist for St Johnstone is a sign of things to come.
Andy Robertson has revealed that he had no choice but to drop out of the latest Scotland squad.
Scotland coach Alex Dyer has insisted it would be wrong to read anything sinister into yesterday’s spate of call-offs.
In this week's Talking Football Eric Nicolson and Ian Roache look back at the Dundee derby and look ahead to its implications.
Recruiting a battle-hardened centre-back in January will be “crucial” for St Johnstone, manager Tommy Wright has admitted.