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Dundee vs Arbroath – Match Preview




Dundee vs Arbroath – Match Preview

Ladbrokes Championship – Game 06 – Season 2020 / 2021

Saturday 5th December 2020, Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park, Dundee, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath make the short trip south to Dundee tomorrow afternoon for only our 35th competitive match in the club’s history. Dundee currently lead the way with 23 wins, Arbroath on 7 wins, and 4 draws.

Last season Dundee claimed their 23rd win in a 2-0 win at Den’s Park, before the sides played out a 1-1 draw at Gayfield with a Bobby Linn goal being cancelled out by Kane Hemmings.

The match due to be played on the 29th February was postponed due to a flooded pitch at Den’s Park before the Pandemic cut the season short.

Dundee have one win so far this season over Greenock Morton and have drawn with Raith Rovers and Alloa Athletic whilst suffering defeat at the hands of Heart of Midlothian and Ayr United.

Arbroath will welcome back David Gold who served a one-match suspension last weekend in the Betfred Cup and Manager Dick Campbell will be hoping Connor Smith and Captain Thomas O’Brien will be fit enough to return to the squad.

It will be another tough game for the Lichties, but we hope you will be cheering us on from home.

C’mon the Lichties

Dundee Squad (including Summer arrivals)

Manager; James McPake
Assistant Manger; Dave Mackay
Goalkeeping Coach; Bobby Geddes
Technical Director; Gordon Strachan

Goalkeepers
1 – Jack Hamilton
12 – Calum Ferrie
13 – Adam Legzdins (Burnley)

Defenders
2 – Cammy Kerr
3 – Jordan McGhee
4 – Liam Fontaine (Ross County)
5 – Jordon Forster
14 – Lee Ashcroft (Dunfermline Athletic)
16 – Christie Elliott
20 – Jack Wilkie
23 – Jordan Marshall
41 – Daniel Strachan
42 – Ewan Murray

Midfielders
8 – Shaun Byrne
10 – Paul McGowan
11 – Declan McDaid
19 – Finlay Robertson
22 – Callum Moore
24 – Max Anderson
26 – Charlie Adam (Reading)
27 – Luke Strachan
40 – Cammy Blacklock

Strikers
7 – Alex Jakubiak (Watford)
9 – Danny Mullen (St. Mirren)
17 – Jonathan Afolabi (Celtic, loan)
21 – Osman Sow (Dundee United)
39 – Nicholas Hamilton (York9 FC, loan)

Den’s Park Departures / Out on Loan

15 – Josh Mulligan – Peterhead, loan
25 – Lyall Cameron – Peterhead, loan
29 – Sam Fisher – Forfar Athletic, loan
30 – Harry Sharp – Edinburgh City, loan
31 – Michael Cunningham – Edinburgh City, loan

Graham Dorrans – Western Sydney Wanderers FC
Kane Hemmings – Burton Albion
Andrew Nelson – Torquay United
Tom Field
Josh Meekings
Jamie Ness
Christophe Berra – Heart of Midlothian, end of loan
Ross Callachan – St. Johnstone, end of loan
Ollie Crankshaw – Wigan Athletic, end of loan
Conor Hazard – Celtic, end of loan

Dundee vs Arbroath – Head to Head

Arbroath 1 – 1 Dundee – Saturday 7th December 2019
Ladbrokes Championship Game 16 – Season 2019/2020
Goals; Linn 37 – Hemmings 61

Dundee 2 – 0 Arbroath – Saturday 5th October 2019
Ladbrokes Championship Game 08 – Season 2019/2020
Goals; McDaid 38, 59

Dundee – Scottish Championship Results 2020/2021

Game 01 – Heart of Midlothian 6 – 2 – Friday 16th October
Game 02 – Dundee 1 – 0 Greenock Morton – Saturday 24th October
Game 03 – Dundee 1 – 1 Raith Rovers – Saturday 31st October
Game 04 – Alloa Athletic 3 – 3 Dundee – Friday 6th November
Game 05 – Ayr United 2 – 0 Dundee – Saturday 21st November

Suspensions;

Neither Team has any players serving a suspension.

Officials;
Referee – Chris Graham
Assistant Referee 1 – David Roome
Assistant Referee 2 – Gordon McCabe

How to watch all the action;

Dundee vs Arbroath – Pay Per View

Arbroath Supporters can now buy PPV for Saturday’s match away to Dundee for £12.50 via this link;

https://ppv.dundeefc.co.uk/events

C’mon the Lichties!

References;

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