Dundee FC have ‘urged’ supporters not to use a road that runs through Perth to get to St Johnstone’s McDiarmid Park.
Dees have also been warned of delays getting to the stadium due to work along the A9 to create a new access road for the Bertha Park housing development.
Rather than try and cut through Perth, supporters from Dundee are being asked not to use the A85 Crieff Road, instead using the A9 to the Inveralmond roundabout and follow the ‘football stadium’ signs.
Dundee fans are then told to go right around the circle and back on to the A9 taking the first available slip road signed for McDiarmid.
At the top of the slip road is an enforced left turn and after making this turn fans should immediately move into the right hand filter lane and enter the stadium car park by turning right.
After the game has finished, away fans will exit via the gate closest to their car park gaining and direct access to the A9 heading towards the Broxden roundabout.
A statement on the Dundee FC website added: “All Dundee fans are asked to follow these instructions to minimise delays to their own journeys and also aid the overall traffic management plan for all supporters and the wider local community.
“In particular, Dundee fans are urged not to use the A85 Crieff Road at any point.”