It's the first Dundee city derby of the season and Eric Nicolson, Ian Roache and Neil Robertson assess the two teams' form going into Friday night's match and where it will be won and lost.
The Scottish senior football pyramid has a broad base and a high tip and Jeanfield Swifts are at the bottom of it with their necks craned.
Kenny McLean has admitted that the Tartan Army were right to boo the Scotland team – despite them securing their first win of the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.
Jeanfield Swifts manager Ross Gunnion is hopeful that his team can hit the ground running in their first season as a senior football club.
“Making a statement” and “putting it right” were the type of phrases coming out of the Scotland camp after the calamitous Euro 2020 qualifying campaign opener in Kazakhstan.
With the spotlight on women’s football in this country brighter than it has ever been thanks to the national team qualifying for the World Cup, Forfar Farmington are set to be part of a Scottish first tonight.
Talking Football Podcast: Where did it all go wrong for Csaba Laszlo? And what next for Dundee United?
In this month’s Talking Football podcast Courier columnist Jim Spence and sports writers Eric Nicolson and Ian Roache discuss the Dundee United manager situation.
Perhaps not in Newcastle, but the broad consensus seems to be that Michael Owen’s recently-released autobiography has altered perceptions for the better of a man who is now being looked upon as misunderstood during his playing career.
A 2017 sporting wish-list. Obviously Scotland World Cup qualification is too far-fetched.
A “deeply disappointed” Brian McClair has left the Scottish Football Association, with his employers suggesting the former Manchester United player and coach was toiling to get to grips with his performance director role.