Scotland travel to play Lithuania in Vilnius tomorrow night with one simple aim – they have to win no matter what.
The big debate of the week seems to be – is Celtic’s Champions League qualification good for Scottish football?
It’s never nice to see your team bottom of the league with no points but it really is far too early for Dundee fans to get too worried.
It’s hard to remember a week when goalkeepers have been talked about as much as this one.
It may be a must-win game for Scotland and it’s at home but you can still get long odds of 5/1 on Gordon Strachan’s side winning their Group F World Cup qualifier on Saturday evening against England.
There may be a certain international against England still to come but on the domestic football front, last weekend marked the end of the season.
The Simon Murray story is an inspirational one.
I’m sticking to my ‘never say never’ line about playing again but, more than likely, I think that will be me done now.
It’s a huge weekend for Arbroath and Forfar. One of the clubs will be crowned League Two champions, while the other will face the play-offs.
Dundee fans don’t need me to tell them but Saturday marks the start of the most important period of the season for the team.