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Chris Millar gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Martin Boyle. Kyle Benedictus takes the free kick.
Short corner taken by David MacKay from the left by-line.
The official flags Gregory Tade offside. Free kick taken by Iain Davidson.
Murray Davidson gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Kyle Benedictus. Craig Beattie joins the action as a substitute, replacing Steven MacLean. Rab Douglas restarts play with the free kick.
Liam Craig crosses the ball, save made by Rab Douglas.
Foul by Liam Craig on Nicky Riley, free kick awarded. Ryan Conroy takes the direct free kick.
Kyle Benedictus concedes a free kick for a foul on Nigel Hasselbaink. Kyle Benedictus is cautioned by the ref for unsporting behaviour. Chris Millar restarts play with the free kick.
Corner from left by-line taken by Liam Craig.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Gregory Tade. Indirect free kick taken by Iain Davidson.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Liam Craig, Header from deep inside the area by Gregory Tade goes harmlessly over the crossbar.
Colin Nish receives a yellow card.
Nicky Riley on for John Baird. Lewis Toshney leaves the field to be replaced by Kyle Benedictus.
Steven MacLean grabs a goal from inside the penalty box to the bottom left corner of the goal. Dundee 1-3 St Johnstone.Assist by Frazer Wright.
Inswinging corner taken by Liam Craig from the left by-line. Liam Craig takes a corner. Corner taken short by Liam Craig. Corner taken right-footed by Liam Craig. Liam Craig takes a inswinging corner.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Gary Irvine on Liam Craig. Liam Craig delivers the ball from the free kick left-footed from left wing.
Steven MacLean challenges Iain Davidson unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Iain Davidson.
Colin Nish challenges Steven Anderson unfairly and gives away a free kick. Alan Mannus takes the free kick.
Effort on goal by Liam Craig from just inside the area clears the crossbar.
Foul by James McAlister on Chris Millar, free kick awarded. James McAlister shown a yellow card. Alan Mannus restarts play with the free kick.
Inswinging corner taken by Ryan Conroy, clearance by Chris Millar.
Liam Craig grabs a goal from inside the six-yard box high into the middle of the goal. Dundee 1-2 St Johnstone.Assist by Gregory Tade.
Unfair challenge on Martin Boyle by Frazer Wright results in a free kick. Patrick Cregg goes off and Nigel Hasselbaink comes on. Ryan Conroy produces a shot on goal direct from the free kick, Alan Mannus makes a save. Ryan Conroy takes the inswinging corner, clearance made by Steven Anderson.
Foul by Frazer Wright on Martin Boyle, Penalty awarded. Penalty taken right-footed by Ryan Conroy and scored. Dundee 1-1 St Johnstone.Frazer Wright booked.
Gary Miller challenges Ryan Conroy unfairly and gives away a free kick. Ryan Conroy crosses the ball in from the free kick, clearance by Gary Miller.
Gregory Tade scores a goal from deep inside the penalty box to the top left corner of the goal. Dundee 0-1 St Johnstone.Assist on the goal came from Liam Craig.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Mark Kerr on Steven MacLean. Chris Millar restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by Gregory Tade on Lewis Toshney, free kick awarded. Rab Douglas restarts play with the free kick.
Centre by Gary Miller.
James McAlister takes a shot. Save made by Alan Mannus. Ryan Conroy takes a inswinging corner. Unfair challenge on Colin Nish by Patrick Cregg results in a free kick. Gary Irvine restarts play with the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Steven Anderson by Martin Boyle results in a free kick. Free kick taken by Gary Miller.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Colin Nish. Alan Mannus takes the indirect free kick.
Dundee wait on Toshney
Dundee hope on-loan Celtic defender Lewis Toshney can overcome an ankle injury in time to face St Johnstone in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
Kevin McBride and Jamie McCluskey made their return from injury for the Under-20s this week but the latter fell awkwardly and was taken off and neither will feature.
Stephen O'Donnell (hamstring) and Davide Grassi (knee), Carl Finnigan (knee) and Mark Stewart (knee) remain out.
Manager Barry Smith wants his side to replicate their recent first-half performance with Motherwell as they aim to pick up their first home win.
The Dark Blues produced some of their best football so far this season which had them 1-0 up on Stuart McCall's league leaders until a late collapse cost them the points.
The SPL new boys are back on home turf when Steve Lomas' on-form side arrive at Dens with Smith urging the hosts to hit the heights they did reached against the Steelmen in a bid to celebrate a home victory.
He said: "In our last home game we were very good against Motherwell who're top of the league.
"That's the kind of standards we want to aim for but have to try and maintain that for the 90 minutes.
"Ideally we would like a repeat of our first-half display but obviously we want a different result.
"We want a victory for ourselves and for the fans but know we can't afford to switch off at any time."
Rowan Vine is suspended for St Johnstone after picking up his second red card of the season against Ross County last week.
Callum Davidson and Jamie Adams are both still out with back problems.
Captain Dave Mackay warned against complacency ahead of he clash.
Rejuvenated Saints have won three and drawn one of their last four matches after they slumped to the bottom of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League following their poor start to the season.
"If we turn up with a poor attitude thinking we are going to walk that game then we are in real danger, it is not going to happen," said Mackay.
"It will be a very tough game. It is a derby as well, Barry will have his players up for it so we will be wary of them.
"The SPL is so tight than any team can beat any other on their day.
"We are about four from the top and four from the bottom, it is so tight.
"A couple of weeks ago people were starting to think St Johnstone were in danger of relegation but you win a couple of games and everything is rosy again.
"So they are definitely not out of it. They have a few points on the board, if they had none you would start to worry but there are still plenty of points to
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