Rangers | Preview

Jordan McGhee spoke to the media ahead of Rangers visiting the Kilmac Stadium on Saturday.

It’s been a busy schedule with Dundee United and St. Johnstone in the last six days but when asked about the Rangers fixture, Jordan explained the squad will be ready to go again for another big game, he said “We’ve done video, we’ve recovered well. We know Rangers are coming here, they won the league last year and are a top top side but we know on our day we can cause others teams problems.”

“We need to hope that Rangers come here and have an off day and all of us are playing at our maximum.”

“Going into every game you need to be confident and I think we are confident. Performances have been there so It’s not all doom and gloom for us.”

“We are really disappointed we have not picked up as many points as we feel we deserved but if we keep churning out the performances and keep battling away I’m sure things are gong to turn for us in the future and there is no better way of doing that than beating Rangers at Dens.

Team News

Danny Mullen and Charlie Adam will miss out through injury. Ryan Sweeney (injury) and Jason Cummings (illness) have returned to training and will be assessed ahead of the match.

Stats | Dee Archive

It’s league meeting 229 between Dundee and Rangers this Saturday.

113 of these matches have happened at home and our record may be a bit more closer than most expect.
Of those matches, Dundee have won 36, drawn 26 and lost 51. We have found the back of the net 151 times, conceding 203.
We haven’t been beaten by Rangers at home since, since the 2nd February 2017. Since then, it’s been two games won and a draw.
Our memory match takes us all the way back to February 1938.
Rangers visited Dens Park and ended up on the wrong end of a 6-1 beaten!
You can read how the Courier reported the game by visiting the Dee Archive through this link | click here

Stats produced by The Dee Archive, most comprehensive record of Dundee Football Club history available anywhere on the web

Ticket Information

Tickets are on sale now for next Saturday’s cinch Premiership match with Rangers at the Kilmac Stadium.

This match has been chosen as a ‘Give a friend a ticket’ match which allows Season Tickets Holders (Adult, senior, disabled and student) to exchange voucher 30 from their books for a ticket to this fixture.

We are also running a special deal for supporters to purchase a package that will give you a ticket for this match and one for the upcoming Celtic match at the Kilmac Stadium in November for just £50.

The voucher exchange must be done in store at the Ticket Office inside Dundee Direct. The package can be bought in store and individual tickets can be purchased by Dundee supporters from our online ticketing platform and in store.

To purchase tickets – click here

Individual ticket prices for this fixture are as follows –

Adults – £30
Concession (Students/O65’s/Disabled) – £22
U18s – £15
U12s – £8

Coverage

For those looking to purchase a pay per view pass of the match this is available now from our PPV site at the cost of £12.50.

You must register a username and password, then can purchase the event.

Please ensure that you also bookmark this site as you will return to watch the match on this platform.

The link to the PPV site is – https://ppv.dundeefc.co.uk/register

Due to a change in regulations we are now unable to provide coverage to those within England.

You will be unable to sign up with an English I.P.

Occasionally some outwith England will be given an English I.P.

If you are in Scotland and unable to sign in due to this, please contact with proof that you are in Scotland before 1.30pm if you want to be able to watch the match.

If you require any technical support or help logging in, please contact live@dundeefc.co.uk

We will have live updates on our twitter page with a full match replay, highlights and post match interviews on DeeTV after.