Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson was purring over the performance of his players as they ran riot against Dundee but he admitted seeing a sold-out Tannadice was almost as pleasing.
Dundee lost their final home game of this troubled season but they certainly went down fighting against St Mirren.
Brechin are still waiting to discover the full extent of the knee injury sustained by on-loan Dundee United defender Lewis Toshney.
St Johnstone’s Wallace Duffy insists he is determined to seize his chance for the club playing in his preferred position of centre-half.
If Dens boss Jim McIntyre is correct with his assessment of how the season’s finale will shape up, then Dundee fans should strap themselves in for a nerve-racking rollercoaster ride.
Dundee new boy Andy Dales believes unforgiving environment will help prepare him for tough battle ahead at Dens
Andy Dales admits playing in the harsh environment of the lower leagues in England with tough football on the park and everything from freezing showers to sauna-like dressing-rooms off it was the perfect preparation for the big battle he faces at Dundee.
Dundee returned to winning ways with this narrow win over Alloa at Dens.
Brechin boss Barry Smith is hoping his players can make it a notable derby double when they face league leaders Arbroath this afternoon.
Andrew Davies admits it would have been easy to stay at Hartlepool and see out the rest of his contract at the club but instead he has seized the chance to move back to Scotland to try to help Dundee beat the drop.
A superb Declan McDaid double secured all three points for Dundee against Arbroath at Dens this afternoon.