Raith Rovers boss John McGlynn will take his injury-ravaged side to face Morton tonight keen to restore some much-needed breathing space between themselves and the teams below them.
Dunfermline boss Jim McIntyre thinks the league title has been opened up by Dundee's weekend defeat to Airdrie United.
St Johnstone's Liam Craig reckons a win over his old club tonight would finally kill off any possibility of Saints becoming involved in the relegation dogfight.
New Dundee boss Gordon Chisholm says the importance of the game will overshadow any personal issues when he welcomes former club Queen of the South to Dens Park tonight.
Gordon Chisholm becomes the first person to manage both Dundee clubs as the former United boss takes charge at Dens Park following Jocky Scott's sacking.
Aberdeen may not have won in their last 10 matches but Dundee United boss Peter Houston is taking nothing for granted as his team prepare to travel to the Granite City tomorrow.
Dundee midfielder Andrew Shinnie has declared that the Dark Blues are ready to fight to be first division champions.
Dunfermline's Steven McDougall's name rings a "Bell" with the East End Park stadium announcer.
The Courier talks to Dundee's David Cowan -- a player hoping to finally make up for lost time after almost five months out with the most frustrating injury of his career.
Dundee could only draw with Ayr United for a second time at Somerset Park this season, despite producing a strong finish to the game after going down to 10 men.