Dundee United Ray McKinnon boss is hoping to see his team make it a perfect week by taking three points when promotion rivals Morton come to Tannadice.
With their early-part-of-the-year troubles hopefully behind them, March will be a massive month for Dundee United as they try to haul themselves back in contention for automatic promotion.
It’s getting to that time when thoughts turn to player-of-the-year awards and when the voting takes place in the Championship, there is little doubt Tony Andreu’s name will feature heavily in the ballot.
His side didn’t kick a ball in the Championship at the weekend but Dundee United gaffer Ray McKinnon knows it was a good one for his team.
Praiseworthy and impressive as Sunday’s victory was, there is no question Dundee’s last Dens Park success against Rangers was more dramatic.
Dundee United booked a Challenge Cup final place with a hard-fought victory over Queen of the South at Palmerston.