Dundee will head into the first of their post-split fixtures at St Johnstone on Saturday with something of a sense of deja vu.
St Johnstone could be short of attacking options for Saturday’s home game against Dundee.
Jim McIntyre admits Dundee have to show an immediate improvement at both ends if they are to succeed in their battle to beat relegation.
Every week, hundreds of budding young football stars attend coaching organised by the St Johnstone Community Trust.
David Wotherspoon signed a fresh two-year contract for St Johnstone on Monday and he is set to make it a double celebration.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has confirmed keeper Zander Clark has had a scan on a hamstring injury sustained in training on Friday and says that the result is better than had been initially feared.
Dundee United have signed defender Mark Connolly from Crawley Town for an undisclosed fee.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has expressed sympathy for the “big job” on Saturday’s opposing number Jim McIntyre’s hands after his side “dominated” the Dark Blues.
“Split-second decisions” are costing Dundee dearly at the moment, according to Dark Blues boss Neil McCann.
Dundee boss Neil McCann has urged the club’s fans to stick with the team after they suffered their fourth defeat on the trot at St Johnstone.
With Tony Watt leading the way, St Johnstone look like they have goals in them this season.
Neil McCann's feud with Tommy Wright looks set to continue after he claimed the St Johnstone boss "was not welcome" at Dens Park.
Dundee manager Neil McCann has had his two-match misconduct ban halved on appeal.
Dundee will be desperate to put their worst display of the season firmly behind them against St Johnstone this weekend at Dens.
Mark O’Hara says Saturday’s home horror show against St Johnstone is the “biggest wake-up call you can get” as Dundee steel themselves for a relegation battle.
Dundee boss Neil McCann and St Johnstone goalkeeper Zander Clark have been charged by the SFA for “excessive misconduct”.
Scenes after the final whistle at Dens Park on Saturday did nothing for the image of Dundee boss Neil McCann, his club and football in general.
The goals haven’t been flowing for either Dundee or St Johnstone this season but one man who knows a thing or two about finding the net is backing the Dark Blues to come out on top today.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright: ‘We were better than Dundee in the second half and we had only 10 men’
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright was “proud” of his players despite losing 2-0 at home to Dundee.