Ross County preview

Dundee are in home action for the first time in 2015 this afternoon (Sunday) when we welcome Ross County to Dens, kick off 3pm.

Paul Hartley has added two new faces to the squad since defeat in the Dundee derby on New Years day. Alex Harris has joined on loan from Hibs in a move which saw Martin Boyle head the other way also on loan and Bulgarian defender Kostadin Gadzhalov received international clearance to complete his signing on Sunday morning.

Dundee welcome Paul McGinn back after he missed the derby through suspension.

County suffered their own derby defeat on Thursday when they lost out 3-1 to Inverness Caley Thistle.

The Highland side sit bottom of the table, coming into the match with no wins in seven matches in all competitions. Their last two away games have seen them pick up a point a piece from trips to both Celtic and Motherwell.

Dundee vs. Ross County
SPFL Premiership
Dens Park
4th January 2015
Kick off 3pm

This match is pay at the turnstile with prices as follows:
Adults: £20
Concessions: £10

As previously announced The Bobby Cox and the South Enclosure will be all ticket. This will be the case for all league matches this coming season.

The Bobby Cox Stand also houses the Bobby Cox Family Area as well as a general admission area and to avoid disappointment on the match day and to ensure capacity management it has become necessary to make this Stand admission by ticket only.

Tickets can now be bought at the ticket office, in person or by phone, or via the website at then click on “TICKETS” where you will be able not only to choose your seat but check on the view from seats in a particular area.

Dundee FC Live will be brought to you direct from the club’s official website –

Fans outwith the UK will be able to tune in for only £5 to watch the action live.

We’ll also have live text updates to keep you update to date direct from Dens.

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