Dundee travel to Livingston in the Scottish Premiership.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre is taking nothing for granted when his improving team face off-form Livingston at the Tony Macaroni Arena today.
Dundee and Dundee United both face away days on the astroturf this weekend but there’s plenty of reasons why both should be positive on the plastic.
Almost four months into his reign as Dundee manager, Jim McIntyre won’t look back on his first match in charge with too much fondness.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre bemoaned a lack of quality as his side were held to a 0-0 stalemate with 10-man Livingston.
Full-back Nathan Ralph has urged Dundee to forget a dreadful week on the road by getting a run of home form going in what he calls “the two biggest games of the season”.
Genseric Kusunga will miss out again and Darren O’Dea may as well as Dundee face Livingston at Dens Park today.
Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo was disappointed by the soft goals conceded but was able to take some consolation from his team’s Scottish Cup defeat at Aberdeen on Sunday.
Defender Paul Quinn believes everyone at Dundee United deserves a pat on the back for the upturn in fortune since Csaba Laszlo became manager.
Dundee United will be hosting a foodbank collection at their last game before Christmas.
When it comes to ability, Willo Flood knows there isn’t a team in the Championship that can touch Dundee United.
Gary Barlow, a pop star of some note apparently, is heading for Dundee early next year to perform in concert.
Dundee United midfielder Jordie Briels is a doubt for Saturday’s clash with Inverness Caledonian Thistle.