Hearts – Match Preview

Hearts – Match Preview

We travel to Tynecastle tomorrow, Saturday 11th May, for our first away match of the split. Dundee will be looking to bounce back from last week’s disappointing defeat to St Mirren. Hearts will also be looking to get back to winning ways on Saturday after losing 0-3 to Celtic last weekend. The last two matches between the sides have ended in a 3-2 victory for Hearts. Dundee won the first encounter of the season 1-0 at The Scot Foam Stadium. Hearts have secured third position in the league and will be playing European Football next season.

Dundee’s Last Three League Results

Dundee 1 – 3 St Mirren

Dundee 1 – 2 Celtic

Dundee 0 – 0 Rangers

Hearts Last Three League Results

Celtic 3 – 0 Hearts

Kilmarnock 0 – 0 Hearts

Hearts 4 – 2 Livingston

Team News

Joe Shaughnessy has been ruled out for the rest of the season after rupturing his ACL in the match against Ranger. Owen Beck continues to receive medical treatment down in Liverpool from his parent club.

Tony Docherty

“Hearts are a really good side with some fantastic players, and we know it will be a difficult game. We have had great games against Hearts this season. You have the 1-0 victory at home and the two 3-2 games, which were brilliant games of football. I like the way Naismith sets up his team, and he enjoys the way we play. It really serves up an enjoyable encounter with a good large travelling support. I am looking forward to it.”

Owen Dodgson

“We were all frustrated with the result last weekend. We’ve got to put it right, and so we need to have a positive performance on Saturday to pick up the three points. Our start to the game is very important. We need to get a quick start. Having played them three times already this season, we know how they play, and we know that they have threats. We have to be up for it from the get-go until the final whistle. That’s the most important thing.”


We have sold out our away ticket allocation for this match and no further tickets will be released for this match.


There will be match updates on our Twitter / X page. Goal updates along with half-time and full-time score will be available on our Facebook and Instagram page.

The match will be available to watch for DeeTV subscribers outside of the UK.

Supporter information

DFC supporter coaches are to be parked on Russell Road.

Supporters are reminded the use of pyrotechnics is illegal within all Scottish football grounds.



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