Saturday was a big result for Dundee United and head coach Tam Courts.
Kilmarnock have been going well and still look every inch a Premiership outfit.
It really wasn’t an easy draw for the Tangerines.
But they stopped the poor run of defeats they’ve been on in the league and came away with a really impressive result.
I was delighted to see Marc McNulty get himself a goal because he’s been like a forgotten man at Tannadice.
Hopefully that strike is a sign he’s getting back to top level and, with Tony Watt arriving, can be like a second new signing for the club this window.
It’s not really happened for McNulty yet at United.
It would be a big boost to their chances if he could start hitting form, though.
And showing that over the next couple of games could be crucial.
I’d say Wednesday’s home match with Ross County is a must-not-lose affair.
The Staggies are four points behind United with the Tangerines on a six-match losing run.
Of course, they’d much prefer to end that with a win to open up a gap again on the sides below them.
But I’d be setting up to keep things solid and seeing what happens in attack rather than going gung-ho.
Lose this one and the pressure really is on for Dundee United.