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Ross Chisholm comes on in place of Steven Milne.
Stephen O'Donnell takes a shot. Save made by Michael McGovern.
Jay Fulton takes a long range shot clearing the crossbar.
Corner from right by-line taken by Mark Millar.
Jake Hyde joins the action as a substitute, replacing Leighton Mcintosh.
Stephen O'Donnell takes the inswinging corner, (Dundee) makes a substitution, with Mark Fotheringham coming on for Jamie McCluskey. Save by Michael McGovern.
Farid El Alagui is flagged offside by the assistant referee. Indirect free kick taken by Craig McKeown.
Steven Milne sends in a cross.
Ryan Conroy takes a corner.
The offside flag is raised against Farid El Alagui. Craig McKeown takes the free kick.
Steven Milne fires in a goal from inside the six-yard box to the bottom right corner of the goal. Dundee 3-1 Falkirk.Assist by Leighton Mcintosh.
Corner taken right-footed by Mark Millar from the right by-line, Farid El Alagui takes a shot. Save by Robert Douglas.
David Weatherston is flagged offside by the assistant referee. Robert Douglas takes the indirect free kick.
Mark Millar gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Kevin McBride. Ryan Conroy fires a strike on goal direct from the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Stephen Kingsley by Kevin McBride results in a free kick. The free kick is delivered right-footed by Mark Millar from left wing, Robert Douglas makes a comfortable save.
Matthew Lockwood gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Farid El Alagui. Booking for Matthew Lockwood. Free kick crossed right-footed by Mark Millar, clearance made by Matthew Lockwood.
Foul by Matthew Lockwood on David Weatherston, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Mark Millar.
Darren Dods is cautioned by the ref for unsporting behaviour. The referee gives a against Darren Dods for handball. Penalty taken left-footed by Ryan Conroy and scored. Dundee 2-1 Falkirk.
Ryan Conroy takes a shot. Save by Michael McGovern.
The offside flag is raised against Stephen O'Donnell. Michael McGovern takes the indirect free kick.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Stephen O'Donnell from the left by-line, Michael McGovern makes a comfortable save.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Leighton Mcintosh on Jay Fulton. Free kick taken by Kieran Duffie.
The referee blows for offside. Robert Douglas takes the indirect free kick.
Mark Millar fires in a goal from a long way out to the bottom left corner of the goal. Dundee 1-1 Falkirk.Craig Sibbald provided the assist for the goal.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Mark Millar, save by Robert Douglas.
Handball by Gary Irvine. Mark Millar fires a strike on goal direct from the free kick, clearance by Gary Irvine.
A goal is scored by Stephen O'Donnell from outside the area to the top left corner of the goal. Dundee 1-0 Falkirk.Assist by Matthew Lockwood.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Stephen O'Donnell on Kristopher Faulds. Free kick taken by Kieran Duffie.
Craig Sibbald takes a shot. Save by Robert Douglas.
Outswinging corner taken by Mark Millar, Close range header by Farid El Alagui goes over the crossbar.
McGregor missing for Dark Blues
Dundee will be without defender Neil McGregor (calf strain) when they entertain Ramsdens Cup winners Falkirk at Dens Park.
Winger Nicky Riley is available after back and groin injuries, but a lack of recent match action may count against him being included.
Dark Blues boss Barry Smith is looking for his men to put in a top performance to ensure Ross County's pursuit of the First Division title is extended.
Smith said: "The last time Falkirk were here we won 4-2 in a cracking match and it would be good to replicate that, although I would want our defence to be a bit tighter.
"We want to finish the season on a high by winning as many games as we can, starting with the Falkirk one."
Falkirk will be without midfielder Stewart Murdoch (broken foot) as they travel looking for the win that would pull them to within a point of their second-placed hosts.
The Bairns head into the game on the back of a 1-0 Ramsdens Cup Final success over Hamilton and manager Steven Pressley said: "By winning a trophy last Sunday our squad have shown they are winners and they can relax and really enjoy their football between now and the end of the season.
"Our games with Dundee are usually exciting affairs and I don't see any reason why this one shouldn't be as well.
"Both clubs will want to finish the season as high up the table as possible."
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