Forfar brought the curtain down on their home campaign with an all-too familiar performance that left manager Jim Weir frustrated and promising changes for next season.
East Fife boss Darren Young wants his side to go out on a high.
There was no hiding Lochee United boss George Shields’ frustration after Auchinleck Talbot retrieved a first-leg single-goal deficit to reach the Scottish Junior Cup final.
Almost a year ago, Arbroath were celebrating the League 2 title after snatching it from Forfar on Helicopter Saturday.
Dundee United’s first free midweek since early March could be coming at just the right time, according to Willo Flood, as the Tangerines seek to put a heavy defeat to Queen of the South behind them.
If Dundee beat Motherwell next Saturday, it might not mathematically guarantee their top-tier safety – however Sofien Moussa believes victory at Fir Park will mean it is all but signed, sealed and delivered.
Had it not been for Dunfermline’s stoppage time equaliser in Inverness, Saturday afternoon could have been a whole lot worse for Dundee United.
Dundee manager Neil McCann admitted he endured 90 difficult minutes in the stands during a Tayside derby simmering with tension - but Sofien Moussa's late winner made him forget all his frustration.
Dundee secured a precious three points in their fight to ensure their Premiership safety with this dramatic 2-1 win over Tayside rivals St Johnstone at Dens.
After a happy smiley three-game winning run, the ugly face of Dundee United was on show again with a dreadful performance in Dumfries.
Alan Mannus will treasure the memories of his seven years at St Johnstone after deciding to return to Ireland.
Sam Stanton insists Dundee United won’t be letting their minds wander today when they take on Queen of the South.
Jim Weir had a points total in mind that would keep Forfar up.
East Fife manager Darren Young is determined to make up for last weekend’s 5-0 home defeat from Arbroath against his old club Albion Rovers today.
Declan McManus spent last season trying all he could to avoid the play-offs - but is desperate to see Dunfermline seal their place this afternoon.
Steven MacLean’s decision to knock back Dundee turned out to be one of the best he ever made.
Graeme Smith knows exactly what it means to win a league – and now he is looking to make it a hat-trick of triumphs with Raith.
Dundee’s Elliott Parish admits he and the rest of his team-mates will be gunning for revenge when they play St Johnstone at Dens this afternoon.
Dundee manager Neil McCann has told St Johnstone counterpart Tommy Wright he is "not welcome" at Dens Park.
Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo believes his players are coping with the physical demands of their fixture schedule.