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Dundee V Hearts (U20s)

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Big game for the young Dees on Tuesday at 6pm in Montrose.

First up though it's Hibs v Aberdeen in Edinburgh at 2pm. If the Dons pick up at least a point the league is in Dundee's hands.

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Dundee's form is phenomenal (11 wins and a draw from 12 games). Hopefully we can keep it going.

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Big game for them, and hopefully another win, to push Hibees to the final game.

Hope to get to the game, if all goes well.

It's still a potentially tight finish, with Aberdeen, Hearts & Celtic still mathematically title contenders, for one more game at least. The Dev lads are going to have to not lose to Hearts, and win one of their last 2 games (Hearts, then St.Mirren away) to be beyond Celtic catching up by winning their 6 remaining games. 

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How come Celtic's only played 19 games?  They should be thrown out of the league for failing to fulfil their fixtures!

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3 hours ago, kemback1997 said:

How come Celtic's only played 19 games?  They should be thrown out of the league for failing to fulfil their fixtures!

Competing in Champions League maybe?

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7 hours ago, kemback1997 said:

How come Celtic's only played 19 games?  They should be thrown out of the league for failing to fulfil their fixtures!

Postponed for candlelit vigils ?

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4 hours ago, HK Blues said:

Competing in Champions League maybe?

Yes....there is a 'youths CL' tournament that shadows the senior teams games, so every time Celtic played a CL game their Dev team had their league game postponed. Rearranging them also means their league opponents have to be able to play on those dates, and for many clubs, weekends are out, as their Dev squad is used as subs.

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Anyone know the score with Hibs v Aberdeen?

 

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8 minutes ago, DFC123 said:

Anyone know the score with Hibs v Aberdeen?

 

Still 0-0. 

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If we can beat Hearts the good news is we play St Mirren on the 23rd and Hibs don't play Motherwell until the 30th so we could be top of the table for a week and that might put the Hibees under a wee bit of pressure.

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Wighton starts. Wonder if that means he'll be on the bench at the weekend.

Starting line up - Gourlay, Curran, Rice, Etxabeguren, Waddell, Piggott, Lambert, Moore, Scott, Wighton, Wolters.

Subs - Ferrie, Henvey, Jefferies, Anderson, Smith 

 

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Wighton puts the Dee ahead after short corner.

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We'd have walked this league if it wasn't for a six-game winless spell in October/November.

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18 minutes ago, Cobra said:

We'd have walked this league if it wasn't for a six-game winless spell in October/November.

that was the period lambert was injured n piggott went out on loan

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Hearts equalise on the stroke of half-time. That goal could gift Hibs the title.

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Jefferies and Henvey on for Rice and Lambert

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2-1 Dundee. Title is back on.

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