Dundee v Rangers
Wednesday 1st November – 7:45pm Kick-Off
The Scot Foam Stadium at Dens Park
After Saturday’s 0-2 away win at Livingston The Dee are back at home on Wednesday night when we host Rangers under the lights at the Scot Foam Stadium at Dens Park. The team are currently unbeaten in their last four matches and will be looking to extend the run past Wednesday night.
Rangers travel to Dundee under the guidance of new Manager Philippe Clement. Clement has been in the post since the 15th of October and tonight will be his fourth game in charge of the Glasgow side and is so far undefeated since taking over as Manager. It was a 4-0 win at home to Hibs on his debut before a 0-0 draw away to Sparta Prague in the Europa League. On Sunday they hosted Hearts at Ibrox and won 2-1 with two very late goals, a James Tavernier penalty in the 89th minute and then a Danilo winner in the 93rd minute. The win on Sunday saw them close the gap on leaders Celtic at the top of the league table to five points. Rangers will come into this match full of confidence and looking to extend their unbeaten run under Clement.
Dundee’s last win against Rangers came on the 24th of November 2017 when Mark O’Hara scored a double for The Dee in a 2-1 victory at Dens. The last time the sides met was last season in the Quarter-Final of the League Cup with Rangers advancing to the Semi-Final after a 1-0 victory at Ibrox.
Dundee’s Last Three League Results
Livingston 0 – 2 Dundee
Dundee 0 – 0 Ross County
Hibernian 0 – 0 Dundee
Rangers’ Last Three League Results
Rangers 2 – 1 Hearts
Rangers 4 – 0 Hibernian
St Mirren 0 – 3 Rang
Josh Mulligan is undergoing a hernia operation and will miss Wednesday’s match. Malachi Boateng picked up a heavy knock on Saturday against Livingston and missed training on Monday but the Manager is hopeful he will be available for Wednesday.
“There is a different style about Rangers with the new manager. You can see that he is a real competitor. They’ve had two domestic home games, which they’ve won, in different ways. Certainly, the mentality they showed to win the Hearts game and performance levels against Hibs, it shows that the new manager has had an impact. This is his first domestic away game, so we will be looking to make it difficult for a very good Rangers team and a good manager, but we will be doing our best to make it a tough night.
“We are going into the game with confidence. We’ve kept three clean sheets in our last three games and I think that’s important going into this one. If we have the confidence to try and maintain those levels, then it will allow us to give ourselves an opportunity and give ourselves a chance to get something from the game.”
“I know what Rangers are like, I was there when I was a young lad. I know how big a club they are and, the last two times, we haven’t done too bad against them. I don’t see why we can’t make an upset. Our home record as well does help. It makes you believe that you can go and challenge any team, but we aren’t stupid at the same time. We know it will be a tough game with what they bring and the many different dynamics of their team.”
Rangers and Livingston ticket package
There is a special two-match ticket package available for Dundee supporters for our matches against Rangers and Livingston which will mean supporters will save money if they buy the two-match ticket package.
Adults– £50.00 – saving £8.00
Concession – £30.00 – saving £6.00
U18’s – £20.00 – saving £6.00
U12’s – £10
Tickets cannot be bought if supporters have not previously registered before the 8th October.
Single Tickets are available to purchase
Adult – £32.00
Concession – £20.00
U18’s – £14.00
U12 – £6.00 – For home fans only
Penman Fan Zone Special
live interview with Barry Smith
Drink on Arrival
Reserved seating in our Main Stand
Half Time Refreshments
Complimentary match programme and team lines
Pay Bar Facilities
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking. Please bring this with you to our Penman Lounge located on Sandeman Street on the night. A guest list will be in operation at the Penman door with tickets available at your table on the night.
Doors open at 5.45pm
Dress Code: Smart Casual
*If you have already purchased your match ticket and would like to upgrade to a supplement charge of £30pp is applicable.
Please contact the commercial department on 01382 889966, option 3 or email [email protected]
Alternatively, booking is available online: Buy here!
Limited tickets are available for this offer.
Pay Per View (PPV)
The match is also available for anyone to watch on PPV with a match pass costing: £14.99. Buy here!
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.
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 6.45pm, 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.
Dundee FC Community Trust will be doing a bucket collection to raise funds for the community trust to carry out programmes in the local community. This will take place in the concourse of each stand and will start at 6:45pm.
Supporters should be aware of significant traffic disruption into Dundee. There are road works on the A90 at Inchture with it down to one lane and it is causing major disruption. For supporters coming from the Fife side, the Tay Road Bridge is down to one lane due to Road Works. We would strongly advise all supporters to set off early.
There are road works on Clepington Road (at Cardross Street. There is a off-peak 4-way temporary traffic lights from Monday 30 October for one week for footway resurfacing. Supporters could consider an alternative route.
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.