With Dundee United poised to rejoin Scotland's top flight, the Tele is putting out an appeal to find out where fans are travelling from for the play-offs.
Game-changer Nicky Clark could be elevated to the Dundee United starting line-up for tonight's play-off semi-final conclusion against Inverness Caley Thistle.
Dundee United have to make the most of the advantage they have given themselves in the Premiership play-offs.
Dundee United owner Mark Ogren is expected to fly in for next week’s play-off semis against Inverness or Ayr.
Manager Robbie Neilson has all the options he could want to plot a way through the Premiership play-offs – one man he’s certain to call on, though, is Pavol Safranko.
Robbie Neilson says he plans to manage his squad through the next two league games as he prepares his side for the play-offs.
Veteran striker Scott McDonald is an Australian and, true to his national sporting stereotype, he pulls no punches when he sums up Dundee United’s season to date.
Grant Gillespie has drummed into his Dundee United team-mates there is no better feeling than winning promotion via the play-offs.
Ray McKinnon is making sure no one in his dressing room is getting carried away by their fine play-off quarter-final win over Morton.
Dundee United’s failure, to date at least, to make the most of their chances to claim second spot in the Championship could leave them with a mountain to climb.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon is backing his side to be a “force to be reckoned with in the play-offs” if they can start putting away their chances.
Dundee United are “very, very hopeful” they will be able to call on Scott Fraser again before the season ends.
Injured skipper Sean Dillon is backing his Dundee United team-mates to do him and them a massive favour by clinching second spot in the Championship over the final three games of the regular season.
After struggling to close out the game against Falkirk on Saturday, Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon feels his side need to be fiercer heading towards the play-offs.
Dundee CCS Stars set off for Nottingham on Friday as they prepared for the biggest weekend in their Elite League history.
Eager ice hockey fans left the city today in numbers to cheer on the Dundee Stars as they attempt to make history this weekend.
Painful experience has taught Alex Nicholls what Dundee United must aim for as they take their promotion bid towards the Premiership play-offs.