Match Preview – Hibernian - 25th November

Match Preview – Hibernian – 25th November

Match Preview – Hibernian

Dundee vs Hibernian 

Saturday 25th November

The Scot Foam Stadium

cinch Premiership

We are back at home on Saturday after the international break,

as we welcome Hibernian. Hibernian come to The Scot Foam Stadium for the first time this season, but it is the second meeting of the sides this campaign. The first meeting was only at the end of September in the capital on Saturday 30th September. Since then Hibs have played six league matches and picked up seven points. They have had four draws against Hearts, Celtic, Ross County and St Mirren, a defeat away to Rangers and a win at home to Kilmarnock. They currently find themselves in seventh position going into this match on 15 points after 13 matches. They have scored 18 goals and conceded 20. Adam Le Fondre and Josh Campbell have scored three goals for the Hibees in the league this season. 

Dundee’s Last Three League Results

Dundee 4 – 0 St Mirren

Dundee 1 – 0 Livingston

Dundee 0 – 5 Rangers

Hibernian’s Last Three League Results 

Hibs 1 – 0 Kilmarnock

St Mirren 2 – 2 Hibs 

Hibs 2 – 2 Ross County

Team News 

Josh Mulligan and Scott Tiffoney have returned to full training this week and are available for selection.

Tony Docherty

“The match against Hibs is going to be very tough, we had a fantastic game against one another back in September in Edinburgh. It was a 0-0 draw, but if you were at the game you would have realised how entertaining a match it was. Hibs are a very good side and we’ll need to do a lot right today in all of our play, in possession and out of possession. I’ve got a lot of respect for the way that Hibs play, Nick has brought a style of play to the club, and we know we will need to be at our best. But we are at home and we have a fantastic home backing from the supporters, and they can again play such an important role on Saturday.”

Trevor Carson

“We’ve had a good look at Hibs, and it is clear they are a good footballing side and they’ve got really good individual quality in their team, and they are a very good side. But we are at home, we’re going to take the game to them, just as we do in every game at our home ground. It will be full throttle, two teams going out for the win, we won’t be sitting in playing for a draw and likewise, I know Hibs won’t be either, so I think it will be an entertaining game.”  


for this match can still be purchased online and from the club shop. 

Buy here! 

 Adult – £26.00

Concession – £16.00

U18’s – £12.00

U12’s – £4.00

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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.

Supporter information

The ticket pod will be in operation outside the club store for collecting tickets.

We advise supporters to buy tickets early to avoid queues in the ticket office before kick-off.

Turnstiles will open at 2pm, we advise fans to arrive early to avoid congestion and to create an atmosphere in the stadium before kick-off.

The middle food kiosk in the Bobby Cox stand accepts card payments, the rest of the food kiosks are cash only.

Residents Parking Zones are now in place around the Scot Foam Stadium on match days. This means only residents with the required permit will be allowed to park within the designated zone. Signage is in place at the entry points to the controlled zone. There will not be any parking bollards in place but be assured that unless you have a permit you cannot under any circumstances park within this zone. Any infringement could result in penalty charges.


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