Tuesday night saw Dundee take all three points when Queen of the South came to town and The Dee will be hoping for a repeat this weekend when they take on Falkirk.
With only six games remaining Dundee and Hamilton are battling it out at the top with a point separating the teams and a match up at New Douglas Park next weekend.
Falkirk have been right in the mix for the majority of the season but dropped points recently have seen them fall behind the leaders. The Bairns currently sit nine points of top spot – in 3rd place – and will be looking to fight their way back into contention for the automatic promotion place with victory at Dens.
They will be looking to continue their impressive form against Dundee this season. They have had the upper hand so far with two victories on their own patch and a draw at Dens. They will have to do it without striker Philip Roberts who is suspended.
The Bairns did get back to winning ways during the midweek with a victory over Dumbarton at The Falkirk Stadium but come up against a Dundee side in good form. 7 clean sheets out of 8 since Paul Hartley arrived at the club has been the foundation for the team to build on and six victories over that period have kept Dundee top of the SPFL Championship.
Dundee will again be without Kyle Benedictus. He missed Tuesday’s win over Queen of the South with injury and suspension means he will also miss out on the match with Falkirk.
Kick off 3pm
March 29th, 2014
Adults – £20
Concessions – £10
Tickets can be bought online by clicking on ‘Tickets’ link at the top of the page.
The ticket office gets very busy in the run up to kick off, if you have tickets to collect please pick them up no later than 30 minutes before kick off. If you need to buy tickets prior to the match, have forgotten or brought last years season tiket you will need to come to the ticket office, so please arrive at the ground with some time to spare.
If you can’t make it to Dens, we will have our live updates service brought to you direct from the stadium. Just come back to the site at kick off time to access the live updates.
Overseas fans have the chance to watch the match live with DFCTV new live streaming service. ‘Exile’ members will be able to watch the match.
Our streaming service is also available on a game by game basis to those who are not members of the Exile package, but live out with the UK. To sign up for the stream you should go to www.dfctv.co.uk and click on register, Scroll to the bottom of the page and click ‘DFCTV LIVE – ABROAD ONLY’ This will allow you to sign up at a cost of £10.
All members of DFCTV will be able to see exclusive interviews after the match and highlights as soon as we are able to get them online.