Mark McGhee may be freezing after he sacrificed his warm-up, but he’ll be hoping his Dundee squad have fire in their bellies when they host St Johnstone at Dens Park.
The fixture could have a significant say in the outcome of the Scottish Premiership relegation scrap, given a win for the home side would move them within two points of their rivals, while a loss would be a hammer blow in their survival hopes.
Saints Callum Davidson have improved of late, with seven points from their last six games, and they will have a design to draw those above them into the fight.
The home advantage could help Dee, who only stayed at the foot of the table.
This is probably going to be a tense and tense affair – an interesting contest, no doubt about it.
Scottish Football has everything you need to know if you’re planning on watching the game.
When and where is Dundee vs St Johnstone?
The game will take place at Dens Park on Saturday, April 23.
Kick off at 3 pm.
Is Dundee vs St Johnstone on TV?
No, unfortunately the game was not selected to be shown on television.
Can I live stream the game and is there a PPV option?
Yes. The game can be purchased for £12.50 here.
Who is the referee?
The referee is Bobby Madden.
He will be assisted by Calum Spence and Andy Milne.
The fourth official is Andrew Dallas.
How’s the latest team?
Outcasts through long-term injuries Lee Ashcroft, Adam Legzdins and Cillian Sheridan are not expected to feature for Dundee, who could play with the same line-up that fought back in the second half to draw with Dundee United in two weeks. ago.
Meanwhile, St Johnstone have a long-term sideline, with Chris Kane, David Wotherspoon and Tony Gallacher absent.
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