Dundee’s season is swiftly heading into do-or-die territory with five matches left to save their Premiership skins.
Dundee will be boosted by the return of key men for their crucial Premiership run-in as they battle to avoid relegation.
Skipper Martin Woods and striker Craig Curran face late fitness checks as Dundee head for St Johnstone tonight.
When he ran out to warm up at St Mirren on Saturday and saw the number of Dundee fans who’d travelled and heard the noise they were creating, Andrew Nelson admits he had goosebumps.
Dundee defender Andrew Davies has broken his foot for a second time.
Dundee central defender Andrew Davies has suffered a setback in his recovery from a broken foot ahead of the club’s key relegation clash at St Mirren this weekend.
Dundee plans for Saturday’s crunch relegation clash with St Mirren have been boosted by the return to fitness of Andrew Nelson.
Manager Jim McIntyre says Dundee need to be ready to face a different animal when Celtic come calling this Sunday.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has revealed mixed news on the Dark Blues injury front.
Jim McIntyre says his Dundee side will need to show “every inch” of their performance against Hearts last time out to make it two wins from two over the Jambos.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre expects to be without his strike pair of Andrew Nelson and Craig Curran when his team host Hearts on Saturday.
Dundee are hopeful striker Andrew Nelson will be back fit for Saturday's home clash with Hearts.
Rather understandably, no one has asked Jim McIntyre if he’s a fan of the hit BBC show DIY SOS.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has revealed he was close to being without his entire strikeforce for Saturday’s vital win at Livingston.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has high hopes for what could be a blossoming strike partnership between in-form Andrew Nelson and work horse Craig Curran.
There’s a fresh look about Dundee these days after manager Jim McIntyre made sweeping changes to his squad over January.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre faces several tough selection choices for today’s Dens Park clash with Motherwell.
Instant hero Andrew Nelson is determined he and his Dee team-mates won’t be one-hit wonders.