After yet another international break breather, it’s back to the crunch of Championship action in the city.
Dundee United face an anxious wait over the fitness of left-back Jamie Robson.
Barry Smith has been appointed assistant manager at Forfar after boss Jim Weir decided to make changes to his coaching staff.
Lawrence Shankland’s strike against San Marino at the weekend saw the striker raise Dundee United’s tally of Scotland goalscorers to nine.
Sunday was the one-year anniversary of manager Robbie Neilson’s first match in charge of Dundee United – so how have the 12 months gone for the Tannadice gaffer?
Winger Josh McPake is determined to make his name at Dundee during his season-long loan spell at Dens Park.
Dundee manager James McPake has no doubt “the goals will come” for frustrated Dark Blues striker Kane Hemmings.
Dundee United attacker Peter Pawlett says the Tangerines need to find the route to victory on tricky away days like Alloa and Ayr if they are to top the table come the end of the season.
Dundee manager James McPake can see signs the Dark Blues are getting the “dominant” Josh Meekings back – if he can keep himself on the training pitch.
He is Dundee United’s forgotten man but full-back Sam Wardrop is targeting a return to help boost the Tangerines promotion push.
Former Dundee United player Harry Souttar notched a dream double on his Australia debut – before insisting his big brother John sees the funny side of their split loyalties.
I fear for Scotland tomorrow night in Moscow – I don’t think they’ll arrive back from Russia with much love heading their way.
Lawrence Shankland’s chances of getting one over a famous former team-mate continue to increase as the Dundee United star hopes for his first cap against Russia tomorrow.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson says he was surprised at his team’s lack of fight in the defeat to Alloa on Friday.
Shaun Byrne had a scan on his injured shoulder today as Dundee hope their midfielder isn’t set for time on the sidelines.
Paul Watson admits Dundee United’s defeat at Alloa was “a tough lesson” but vowed there would be a reaction when the Tangerines head to Queen of the South.
Dundee United saw their early form take a hit after a surprise defeat to bottom side Alloa Athletic gave the rest of the Championship hope for the season ahead.
James McPake says now he has a settled and fit squad he expects Dundee to start motoring in the Championship.
Dundee's Jordon Forster says there will be no underestimating Arbroath as they bid to get their league form back on track.
Dundee United will be without injured pair Jamie Robson and Nicky Clark for the visit to Alloa tonight.