Dundee boss Neil McCann believes his side laid down a big marker last weekend which showed just how much progress they have made in recent weeks.
He has played at a packed Hampden for Scotland and won a cup final there with Dundee United but Scott Robertson admits this afternoon’s visit to the National Stadium with Raith will present very different challenges.
Dundee secured their first Premiership away win of the season with this comprehensive victory over Ross County in the Highlands.
Lewis Spence insists the Raith players will just ignore Ayr boss Ian McCall’s verbal “mind games” and instead will continue to let their football do their talking for them.
Dundee boss Neil McCann is looking for a repeat performance and result against St Johnstone today to finish the year on a high.
Dundee Supporters’ Association agree to buy medical system for club to help accelerate injured players’ recovery
The Dundee Supporters’ Association have agreed to buy a piece of innovative medical equipment used by the British and Irish Lions and top golfer Rory McIlroy to help aid the recovery of injured players such as Craig Wighton.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon insists that another short trip up the road to Dens holds no fear for him or his players.
Paul Hegarty believes that Jim McLean fully deserves to be mentioned in the same breath as the top managers Britain has ever produced.
St Johnstone suffered last-gasp agony against Rangers at Ibrox when they had what looked like a hard-won point snatched from their grasp at the death.
Dundee’s Paul McGowan is determined he and his team-mates will prove that Tuesday night’s defeat at Tynecastle against Hearts was just a blip when they play Partick this afternoon.