Dundee fight fans have been treated to some expert moves from mixed martial artist Stevie Ray.
St Johnstone captain Joe Shaughnessy has revealed he would love to follow in boss Tommy Wright’s footsteps and sign a new deal.
Brechin boss Darren Dods will look to take the game to hosts Stenhousemuir this afternoon after adopting a very cautious approach to last weekend’s Betfred Cup game at Dundee.
If Dundee lose to Hibs then it could be curtains for Neil McCann.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre is delighted to be off the bottom of the Premiership but has warned his players that it is not job done.
David Wotherspoon insists St Johnstone’s players will still volunteer despite the club being under some kind of spotkick spell.
All good things must come to an end and so it proved with St Johnstone’s unbeaten run.
The shiny, new Dundee United got their summer action off to a promising start with this friendly win over Brechin at Glebe Park.
Tommy Wright was thrilled to see his St Johnstone side turn on the style in a 4-0 weekend win over Hamilton Accies.
Paul McMullan hopes the battling win over St Mirren will make Dundee United believe they can still salvage promotion from this season.