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St. Mirren (Away, 7th Feb 2024) Match thread


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SMiSA Stadium

7th February 2024

Time: 7:45 pm

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for our trip to Paisley to face St Mirren on the evening of Wednesday 7th February are now on sale from Dundee FC. It’s a 7:45 pm kick-off at The SMISA Stadium on 7th February.

Away tickets for Dundee supporters can either be purchased in person from the ticket office or online from the club’s ticket website.

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OFFICIALS V ST MIRREN

  • Referee: Steven McLean
  • AR1: Chris Rae
  • AR2: Colin Drummond
  • Fourth Official: George Calder
  • VAR: Gavin Duncan
  • AVAR: Graham McNeillie

PLAYED FOR DUNDEE AND ST MIRREN

John Baird 

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MY STARTING 11

Carson

Dodgson/Lamie 

Shaughnessy

Ashcroft

Beck

McGhee

McCowan

Boateng

Cameron

Bakayoko

Mellon

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Another tough game away to St Mirren where 3 points are definitely there for the taking. St Mirren will be looking to avenger the 4-0 defeat they suffered here at Dens Park but the right team with anything close to the Hearts performance and we pick up points imo. Got a feeling that Docherty might freshen things up with Lamie, Mulligan, Sylla and Costelloe possible starters for this one. Not even going to hazard a guess at our starting 11.  A point with 2 upcoming home fixtures wouldn't be the worst result but being greedy I want all 3.

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5 minutes ago, Reverend Lovejoy said:

Another tough game away to St Mirren where 3 points are definitely there for the taking. St Mirren will be looking to avenger the 4-0 defeat they suffered here at Dens Park but the right team with anything close to the Hearts performance and we pick up points imo. Got a feeling that Docherty might freshen things up with Lamie, Mulligan, Sylla and Costelloe possible starters for this one. Not even going to hazard a guess at our starting 11.  A point with 2 upcoming home fixtures wouldn't be the worst result but being greedy I want all 3.

Can’t see Lamie coming straight back in unless he’s been playing bounce games - not played since mid December 

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They've just won 3-0 at Easter Road.

I'd be happy enough with a point here then looking to win the two home games after that. Would be a really good return of points.

I think three wins in a row is fairly unlikely when we've only won one of our last seven games despite playing well in a lot of them. 

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11 hours ago, CW 90+3 02/05/16 said:

They've just won 3-0 at Easter Road.

I'd be happy enough with a point here then looking to win the two home games after that. Would be a really good return of points.

I think three wins in a row is fairly unlikely when we've only won one of our last seven games despite playing well in a lot of them. 

Sensible. 

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19 hours ago, Reverend Lovejoy said:

Another tough game away to St Mirren where 3 points are definitely there for the taking. St Mirren will be looking to avenger the 4-0 defeat they suffered here at Dens Park but the right team with anything close to the Hearts performance and we pick up points imo. Got a feeling that Docherty might freshen things up with Lamie, Mulligan, Sylla and Costelloe possible starters for this one. Not even going to hazard a guess at our starting 11.  A point with 2 upcoming home fixtures wouldn't be the worst result but being greedy I want all 3.

I would take a point. Think Doc might stick with the same side that started. Perhaps Lamie might come off the bench at some point.

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16 hours ago, CW 90+3 02/05/16 said:

They've just won 3-0 at Easter Road.

I'd be happy enough with a point here then looking to win the two home games after that. Would be a really good return of points.

I think three wins in a row is fairly unlikely when we've only won one of our last seven games despite playing well in a lot of them. 

Would take a draw but they haven't been in great form either before the Hibs game. Win is definitely doable.

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9 minutes ago, eyeothedug said:

St Mirren have been amazing really since they came back up. Is their manager that good? How do they do it? I don't think I could name one if their players.I know they have some progressive ideas. Example of a club run well?

Think they have two Oz international and maybe one other from elsewhere. Good recruitment helps.

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