Dundee United manager Csaba Laszlo believes victory over in-form Livingston will show that the Tangerines have not given up on the title.
Dundee United travel to Livingston for what could be either a Friday fiesta or Friday fright night. Courier sports writer Ian Roache looks back on how they have fared recently when asked to kick-off the weekend early.
Dundee United midfielder Scott Allardice has joined East Fife on loan.
Dundee United have received some positive injury news as they prepare to take the weekend off.
Sam Stanton insists Dundee United can still finish the season on a high.
Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo hopes he can return to Pittodrie on league business next season after losing 4-2 to Aberdeen in the cup.
Friend turned foe Gary Mackay-Steven helped send Dundee United tumbling out of the William Hill Scottish Cup at Pittodrie.
Dundee United defender Stewart Murdoch has celebrated twice on the Hampden turf so knows exactly what it feels like to upset the cup odds.
Willo Flood admits Dundee United will revel in the role of underdog when they face Aberdeen in the William Hill Scottish Cup at Pittodrie on Sunday.
Dundee United and Aberdeen meet in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup on Sunday in a fixture that brings to mind a series of classic cup clashes between the "New Firm" sides over the years.
Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo has shot down the suggestion that his team would be better off losing than winning at Pittodrie.
Dundee United manager Csaba Laszlo has suggested Aberdeen have landed lucky thanks to the absence of other big clubs from the Scottish Premiership.
In this week's Talking Football, our writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson discuss the suggestion that Dundee United would benefit from being knocked out of the William Hill Scottish Cup and consider how Dundee can recover from their hammering at the hands of Ross County.
Former Dundee United striker Billy Dodds believes losing to Aberdeen in the William Hill Scottish Cup could be a “blessing in disguise.”
Stephen Thompson the Dundee United chairman, has a skin like a rhinoceros, so the notion that fan pressure finally broke his willpower, when he announced he would stand down at the end of the season, is tripe.
Now that he is clear of suspension at last, Paul McMullan believes he is due his Dundee United team-mates a big performance in Inverness this afternoon.
John Robertson kicking Csaba Laszlo on the touchline during a Uefa Cup tie has long since been forgotten by the two men.
Stephen Thompson’s resignation as chairman does not go anywhere near far enough for prominent Dundee United fan groups.
It will be a summer of change for Dundee United but to what extent remains to be seen.
With pressure from supporter groups on the rise again, and talk of season ticket boycotts next season, Stephen Thompson has taken the decision to announce his imminent departure as Dundee United chairman.