The Dark Blues play Kilmarnock Football club in a cinch Premiership match on the 23rd September at 3pm, and this game will be at Dens Park.
Season ticket holders are reminded that this is a 'bring a friend match', and to use Season Ticket voucher 30. Please note that season ticket holders can only claim this in person from the ticket office only.
Tickets are priced at:
Under 18s: £12
Under 12s: £4
Season Ticket Voucher: 3
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Tickets can be bought in person from the ticket office or online.
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A late brace from Max Kucheriavyi gives St Johnstone a draw at home.
Marcel Lewis completed his loan transfer on the last day of the transfer window.
He is a product of Cambridge United football clubs, joining the club at 9 years old and staying with the club until 2016 when he joined Chelsea, earning his scholarship in 2018.
A computer program called BetSiE has predicted that the Dee will finish 12th, and be relegated along with St Johnstone, who will finish 11th this season.
However, I don't think anyone needs to be Nostradamus to know who will finish first and second in this league.
According to BetSiE, Celtic and Rangers will battle it out for the top two spots, with Hearts and Aberdeen fighting out for the 3rd and 4th spot. However, I don't think you need to be a supercomputer to see how the Scottish Premier League will finish season by season. You only need to look at the top flight over the last 40 years to see that nothing will change and why Scottish football needs to change.
Kilmarnock and Hibs have been predicted to have a top 6 places, Kilmarnock have started strong and have already beaten Celtic in the ViaPlay Cup and Derek McInnes seems to have turned them around.
Ross Country and Livingston have been predicted to finish in the bottom 6 with respective 9th and 10th places.
I think every Dee understands that this season will not be an easy one. Ask anyone of the dark blue persuasion, and they will bite your hand off for a 10th place spot come the final game.
Dundee 1-1 Motherwell | Hard-Fought Draw For Dundee’s Return | cinch Premiership
Dundee mark their return to the Premiership with an opening draw to Motherwell, with goals from Lyall Cameron and Theo Bair.
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