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Prematch: Dundee Fc Vs. Hamilton Academical Fc (31 Jan 2015)


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The Dee host The Accies for this weeks SPFL clash. It has been noted that Alex Neil had only ever beaten a Paul Hartley side once in management, however since Alex Neil has left Hamilton for Norwich City our manager will be up against a new opponent (Martin Canning) for this match.
 
Game Details:
Competition: SPFL League game.
Venue: Dens Park Stadium
Date: Saturday, 31 Jan 2015
Kick Off: 15:00 (3.00pm)
 
Ticket Prices:
Adult: £20.00 (Between 16 and 64)
Child: £10.00 (15 years and under)
Senior: £10.00 (Over 65)
Student: £10.00 (Full time student ID required at gate)
 
Purchase Tickets for the game here
 
How to get to Dens Park
 
Game Stats
 
Dundee have not lost for the last 4 games and scoring 10 goals in the process, however we have conceded 6 in these games.
 
Hamilton have not won in their last four outings, scoring twice but losing a staggering 12 goals tally in the process, their last defeat was against Inverness CT which ended in 2 - 0 scoreline.

Martin Canning has yet to win again since taking over as (care taker) manager.

Hamilton's last win was against St Johnstone  on the 4th of Jan this year(2015).

Last 6 League encounters with The Hamilton:
 
SP: 13/12/2014 Hamilton 2 - 1 Dundee
SP: 25/10/2014 Dundee 2 - 0 Hamilton
SC: 23/11/2013 Hamilton 0 - 3 Dundee
SC: 14/09/2013 Dundee 0 - 0 Hamilton
D1: 20/03/2012 Hamilton 3 - 1 Dundee
D1: 11/02/2012 Dundee 2 - 2 Hamilton
 
Last 2 cup encounters:
 
SC: 19/03/2006 Dundee  3 - 2  Hamilton
SC: 25/02/2006 Hamilton  0 - 0  Dundee
 
League Standing:
 
Hamilton are currently sitting in 5th position.
 
Away record Won: 6 Drawn: 1 Lost: 5 Goals F: 15 Goals A: 18
 
Current:  Played: 24, Won: 12, Drawn: 3, Lost: 9, Goals F: 38, Goals A: 31, Goal Dif: 7, Points: 39

Last away win:
SP: 17/01/2015  St Johnstone 0 - 1 Hamilton

Hamilton last 2 wins:
SP: 17/01/2015 St Johnstone 0 - 1 Hamilton
SP: 27/12/2014 Ross County 1 - 1 Hamilton
 
Hamilton last 2 lost:
SC: 24/01/2015  Hamilton 0 - 2 Inverness CT
SP: 21/01/2015  Partick Thistle 5 - 0 Hamilton

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Curier has taken the huff and Scotland has returned. Seems like Hamilton are hoping to get some money in for him and use it to sign Rory Loy.

Hopefully, off the field trouble is a big distraction for Hamilton.

EDIT: It seems like Curier has thrown the toys out of the pram after Canning got the managers job as he felt more qualified  :lol:

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The mighty Dee to extend our unbeaten run to six games with a 2-0 victory.

Fermers held to a draw by Mothewell and we move into sixth place by 5pm on Saturday.

Goals in each half from Stewart watched by a circa 6000 crowd.

DDYB

What he said please ^^^^^^^ :)

DDYB

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There's two games missing from the "last 6" list - we beat then 1-0 at Dens last February in Hartley's first game in charge*, and drew 1-1 at NDP in the last meeting last season.

*A game postponed from a few weeks' earlier because of a waterlogged pitch...a postponement that might well have won us the league.

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On the DFC Official, preview of the Hamiltom game, a grand wee video clip they have put on there, promoting the online tv streaming service.

Very short clip, but classy and professional. Don't know anything aboot the singer or music (eh'm of different generation) but classy as well !!

The game on Saturday ? I am no predicting a result (eh'm a jinx)

But surely this is a game where we should be quietly confident.

No too quiet tho' Scream DFC on to victory.   C'mon the Dee !!

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Yet to get a starting 11 right; I'd go with:

                     Bain

Irvine    McPake  Godzilla  Dyer

    McGowan Thomson McAllister

Harris                                    Stewart 

                 Tankulic

I'm assuming McGinn, Ferry and Harkins are out as seems likely.

Got a good feeling we'll see a win tomorrow, which will take us into the top 6, as i can also see Motherwell taking something off Saints.

2 1 Dundee.

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