Dundee United and Hamilton meet tonight in the first leg of the Premiership play-off final. Here are the key facts ahead of match:
United have had players carrying knocks but expect the likes of Simon Murray, Thomas Mikkelsen and Willo Flood to start tonight.
Accies captain Mikey Devlin, who suffered cruciate ligament damage against Dundee on Saturday, will miss both games.
A crowd of around 8,500 is expected at Tannadice.
With the George Fox and Eddie Thompson Stands sold out, tickets for the Shed have been on sale. There will also be pay gates at the Jerry Kerr Stand for home fans.
Hamilton’s travelling support will be housed in the Jim McLean Fair Play Stand only.
A minute’s silence will be held before kick-off in remembrance of those murdered in the Manchester terrorist atrocity.
The Tangerines sold out their entire allocation of 2,689 tickets for Sunday’s return tie within a few hours of their going on sale yesterday.
The club has laid on six free buses for Lanarkshire and every seat has now been booked.
The away goals rule does not apply. Extra-time and penalties will be used on Sunday if the aggregate score is level after 90 minutes.