Dunfermline Athletic

Fixtures : 2020-2021 : Dundee

Tue, 9th Mar 2021 Kick Off: P-P

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DAFC Home Match Ticket Prices 2019/20


SRJ Windows South Stand: Adults £22, Concessions £16, U12 £8
All other stands: Adults £20, Concessions £14, U12 £6

You can buy tickets for all matches online via www.dafctickets.co.uk

Alternatively match tickets will go on sale 6 week prior to the match over the phone - 01383 745909, or in the Shop and Ticket Office

Concessions are: Over 65s, Under 18s, Full Time Students, Disabled and Unemployed.

Please note that ID may be required for all concession tickets. (valid matriculation cards, birth certificates, passport or official documentation)

On the day of the Match, tickets can be purchased from our Ticket Kiosks - our Home Ticket Kiosk is located between the SRJ Windows South Stand and the McCathie stand - please remember the Ticket Kiosks are cash only - for card payments please come in to out Ticket Office at the front of the Main Stand - All fans are reminded to please arrive early

Away Support

Away Stands: Adults £20, Concessions £14, U12s £6

Away support can purchase tickets on matchday from the away end ticket kiosk.

Please note that the kiosk will be busy and you should arrive in plenty of time to purchase tickets. Please note the kiosk is cash only.

Car Parking

There is an official Car/Coach Park at the north end of the ground which can be accessed via Leys Park Road on a Matchday. There is a £2 charge for all cars and a £7 charge for buses

Away support may find parking on the north side of the cemetery and then walking through the cemetery the simplest solution with the fastest get away.

Alternatively, you may wish to park in the town centre, which has plenty of car parks and within 10-15 minutes walking distance of the ground.



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Hospitality at East End Park

Hospitality

Package includes:
• Hosted by club legend Jim Leishman MBE
• Pre-Match interview with a member of DAFC management team
• Ex-players in attendance (with thanks to Chris Wishart)
• Complimentary teamsheet
• Three course pre-match hot meal
• Hot pie, tea and coffee at half-time
• Cash bar


Prices:
(per game, season 2019/20):
• Season Ticket Holders £40.00
• Non-Season Ticket Holders £55.00
• Price per box from £150.00*

Accessibility:
Hospitality takes place in the Purvis Suite which is accessible to wheelchair users via two separate lift systems.

Lift at reception is 2ft 8 x 4ft (Width x Length) and weight allowance 48 stone (includes chair & person)

Purvis Suite lift is 2ft 3 x 3ft 2 (Width x Length) and weight allowance 36 stone (includes chair & person)

Wheelchair users can view the match from one of our pitchside boxes on the Purvis Suite level by requesting this at the time of booking. Boxes are subject to an additional charge and are subject to availability.

If no boxes are available, wheelchair users can see the match from our external viewing platform in front of the East end of the Main Stand. Please advise of any accessibility requirements at time of booking.

Bookings:

To book online please click here
Contact DAFC on (01383) 724295 or by email margaret@dafc.co.uk
Please note that bookings can only be taken until 4pm on the Friday before the game, to ensure the relevant numbers can be catered for.



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Preview Dundee

Saturday, 13th Feb 2021

Scottish Championship: (home) v Dundee Saturday 13th February 202, kick off 3.00pm at East End Park behind closed doors

Dunfermline`s 4-1 win over Raith Rovers in their last home match should give the Fifers confidence going into this important Championship match. The weather got the better of Dundee`s scheduled fixtures last Saturday and on Tuesday night but after playing just 13 matches they remain in a play off position. Dunfermline in third place are four points better off but have played two more matches.

The home side won the last time these two met at East End but that was over a year ago now. Dundee have failed to win in their last eight visits but they will out to take the three points and close on the Pars.

Pars v Dundee: The Full Record
At East End Park | P64 W31 D14 L19 GF112 GA83
At Dens Park | P61 W14 D18 L29 GF77 GA125
Total | P125 | W45 D32 L29 GF189 GA208

The league record is pretty similar with Dunfermline winning 27 of the 55 league matches at East End Park.

Milestones Dundee (Home)
Last Victory | 24/01/20 | 2-0 | Championship
Last Defeat | 08/11/08 | 0-1 | First Division
Best Victory | 19/03/88 | 6-1 | Prem League
Worst League Defeat | 27/10/45 | 0-6 | Southern League Div B*
Last Goalless Draw | 15/01/11 | 0-0 | First Division
First Meeting | 16/02/27 | 4-3 | Division One*
*Pre league reconstruction

Last time at East End Park
Championship, Friday 24th January 2020
Dunfermline 2 Dundee 0


The Pars went ahead in 28th minute when Danny Devine embarked on a run into the Dundee half. He played in Euan Murray to his left who slipped the ball on for Dom Thomas. The on loan Kilmarnock player did really well to fend off the challenge of Cammy Kerr and his cross was met six yards out with a diving header from Ryan DOW. 1-0

Five minutes before half time Kevin NISBET dispossessed young Cameron just inside the Dundee half, raced away and having cut inside from the left, smashed the ball into the far side of the net from the edge of the box. 2-0

DUNFERMLINE: Cammy Gill: Aaron Comrie, Lee Ashcroft, Danny Devine, Euan Murray: Ryan Dow (Joe Thomson 88), Paul Paton (c), Kyle Turner, Dom Thomas: Gabby McGill (Ethan Ross 77), Kevin Nisbet.
SUBS NOT USED: Lewis McCann, Josh Edwards, Stuart Morrison, Matthew Todd, Ryan Scully (GK)

DUNDEE: Jack Hamilton: Cammy Kerr, Jordan McGhee, Josh Meekings (c), Jordan Marshall: Ross Callachan, Lyall Cameron (Danny Johnson HT), Paul McGowan (Oliver Crankshaw 54), Declan McDaid: Graham Dorrans, Kane Hemmings.
SUBS NOT USED: Shaun Byrne, Jordan Forster

Out the last twelve matches between the teams, Dunfermline have won five. Dundee have won two with five drawn.

Last Twelve Matches v Dundee
Date. | H/A | F-A | Scorers
19/12/20 | A |3-3 | [0-1] Adam, [0-2] Sow, [0-3] Fontaine, [1-3] Watson, [2-3] McManus (pen.), [3-3] McManus.
24/01/20 | H |2-0 | [1-0] Dow, [2-0] Nisbet
14/12/19 | A |3-4 | [0-1] Devine (o.g.), [1-1] Dow, [1-2] Hemmings, [1-3] McGowan, [1-4] Johnson, [2-4] Nisbet, [3-4] Martin
02/08/19 | H | 2-2 | [1-0] Dow, [2-0] Nisbet, [2-1] Johnson (pen.), [2 -2] Johnson (pen).
22/07/18 | A | 1-0 | [1-0] J Longridge
25/08/15 | H | 3-1 | [1-0] El Bakhtaoui, [1-1] Hemmings, [2-1] Cardle, [3-1] El Bakhtaoui
22/03/11 | A | 1-1 | [1-0] Burke, [1-1] Hyde
15/01/11 | H | 0-0
23/10/10 | A | 2-2 | [1-0] Gibson (pen), [2-0] Gibson (pen), [2-1] Griffiths, [2-2] Higgins
11/09/10 | H | 3-1 | [1-0] Gibson (pen.), [2-0] Bell, [2-1] Harkins, [3-1] Clarke
30/03/10 | H | 2-1 | [1-0] Gibson, [2-0] Bell, [2-1] Harkins
17/01/10 | A | 2-3 | [0-1] Griffiths, [1-1] Graham, [1-2] McMenamin, [2-2] Kirk, [2-3] Griffiths

Recent Form

Dunfermline have drawn three of their last six matches, lost two and won one. At home

Dundee have not played since 30th January when their eight match unbeaten run came to an end at Stark`s Park. Away from home they have conceded 18 goals, more than any other team in the Championship. Their win at Palmerston on Boxing Day was their first away league win of the season.

DUNFERMLINE
Arbroath (A) L 0-2
Raith Rovers (H) W 4-1
Hearts (A) L 0-1
Ayr United (H) D 0-0
Morton (A) D 0-0
Inverness Caley Thistle (A) D 1-1

DUNDEE
Raith Rovers (A) L 1-3
Arbroath (A) D 1-1
Bonnyrigg Rose (H) W 3-2 aet
Hearts (H) W 3-1
Alloa Athletic (H) W 3-1
Queen of the South A) W 3-1

Current League Stats

DUNFERMLINE
League Position: 3rd
League Points: 24
Goal Difference: +7
League Record: P15 W6 D6 L3 GF24 GA17
Last Six Match Form: DDDLWL

DUNDEE
League Position: 4th
League Points: 20
Goal Difference: 0
League Record: P13 W5 D5 L3 GF24 GA24
Last Six Match Form: WWWDDL

Last Time Out

DUNFERMLINE (v Arbroath):
Owain Fôn Williams: Aaron Comrie (Scott Banks 77), Paul Watson, Euan Murray (c), Josh Edwards: Kerr McInroy, Lewis Mayo (Lewis McCann 68), Iain Wilson (Matthew Todd 84), Fraser Murray: Kevin O’Hara, Declan McManus.
SUBS NOT USED: Kyle Macdonald, Kyle Turner, Paul Allan, Cammy Gill (GK)

Dundee (v Raith Rovers): Jack Hamilton, Malachi Walcott, Christie Elliott, Jordan Marshall, Sam Fisher: Paul McMullan (Jason Cummings 56), Paul McGowan, Shaun Byrne (Danny Mullen 65), Charlie Adam, C Moore, Osman Sow
SUBS NOT USED: Cammy Kerr, Finlay Robertson, Lyle Cameron, Max Anderson, Calum Ferie (GK)

Referee will be Chris Graham, his first time in charge of match involving Dunfermline Athletic and his third Championship match.

Other Championship Fixtures

Queen of the South v Hearts (Friday)
Alloa Athletic v Arbroath
Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Morton
Raith Rovers v Ayr United



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Preview Dundee

Saturday, 13th Feb 2021

Scottish Championship: (home) v Dundee Saturday 13th February 202, kick off 3.00pm at East End Park behind closed doors

Dunfermline`s 4-1 win over Raith Rovers in their last home match should give the Fifers confidence going into this important Championship match. The weather got the better of Dundee`s scheduled fixtures last Saturday and on Tuesday night but after playing just 13 matches they remain in a play off position. Dunfermline in third place are four points better off but have played two more matches.

The home side won the last time these two met at East End but that was over a year ago now. Dundee have failed to win in their last eight visits but they will out to take the three points and close on the Pars.

Pars v Dundee: The Full Record
At East End Park | P64 W31 D14 L19 GF112 GA83
At Dens Park | P61 W14 D18 L29 GF77 GA125
Total | P125 | W45 D32 L29 GF189 GA208

The league record is pretty similar with Dunfermline winning 27 of the 55 league matches at East End Park.

Milestones Dundee (Home)
Last Victory | 24/01/20 | 2-0 | Championship
Last Defeat | 08/11/08 | 0-1 | First Division
Best Victory | 19/03/88 | 6-1 | Prem League
Worst League Defeat | 27/10/45 | 0-6 | Southern League Div B*
Last Goalless Draw | 15/01/11 | 0-0 | First Division
First Meeting | 16/02/27 | 4-3 | Division One*
*Pre league reconstruction

Last time at East End Park
Championship, Friday 24th January 2020
Dunfermline 2 Dundee 0


The Pars went ahead in 28th minute when Danny Devine embarked on a run into the Dundee half. He played in Euan Murray to his left who slipped the ball on for Dom Thomas. The on loan Kilmarnock player did really well to fend off the challenge of Cammy Kerr and his cross was met six yards out with a diving header from Ryan DOW. 1-0

Five minutes before half time Kevin NISBET dispossessed young Cameron just inside the Dundee half, raced away and having cut inside from the left, smashed the ball into the far side of the net from the edge of the box. 2-0

DUNFERMLINE: Cammy Gill: Aaron Comrie, Lee Ashcroft, Danny Devine, Euan Murray: Ryan Dow (Joe Thomson 88), Paul Paton (c), Kyle Turner, Dom Thomas: Gabby McGill (Ethan Ross 77), Kevin Nisbet.
SUBS NOT USED: Lewis McCann, Josh Edwards, Stuart Morrison, Matthew Todd, Ryan Scully (GK)

DUNDEE: Jack Hamilton: Cammy Kerr, Jordan McGhee, Josh Meekings (c), Jordan Marshall: Ross Callachan, Lyall Cameron (Danny Johnson HT), Paul McGowan (Oliver Crankshaw 54), Declan McDaid: Graham Dorrans, Kane Hemmings.
SUBS NOT USED: Shaun Byrne, Jordan Forster

Out the last twelve matches between the teams, Dunfermline have won five. Dundee have won two with five drawn.

Last Twelve Matches v Dundee
Date. | H/A | F-A | Scorers
19/12/20 | A |3-3 | [0-1] Adam, [0-2] Sow, [0-3] Fontaine, [1-3] Watson, [2-3] McManus (pen.), [3-3] McManus.
24/01/20 | H |2-0 | [1-0] Dow, [2-0] Nisbet
14/12/19 | A |3-4 | [0-1] Devine (o.g.), [1-1] Dow, [1-2] Hemmings, [1-3] McGowan, [1-4] Johnson, [2-4] Nisbet, [3-4] Martin
02/08/19 | H | 2-2 | [1-0] Dow, [2-0] Nisbet, [2-1] Johnson (pen.), [2 -2] Johnson (pen).
22/07/18 | A | 1-0 | [1-0] J Longridge
25/08/15 | H | 3-1 | [1-0] El Bakhtaoui, [1-1] Hemmings, [2-1] Cardle, [3-1] El Bakhtaoui
22/03/11 | A | 1-1 | [1-0] Burke, [1-1] Hyde
15/01/11 | H | 0-0
23/10/10 | A | 2-2 | [1-0] Gibson (pen), [2-0] Gibson (pen), [2-1] Griffiths, [2-2] Higgins
11/09/10 | H | 3-1 | [1-0] Gibson (pen.), [2-0] Bell, [2-1] Harkins, [3-1] Clarke
30/03/10 | H | 2-1 | [1-0] Gibson, [2-0] Bell, [2-1] Harkins
17/01/10 | A | 2-3 | [0-1] Griffiths, [1-1] Graham, [1-2] McMenamin, [2-2] Kirk, [2-3] Griffiths

Recent Form

Dunfermline have drawn three of their last six matches, lost two and won one. At home

Dundee have not played since 30th January when their eight match unbeaten run came to an end at Stark`s Park. Away from home they have conceded 18 goals, more than any other team in the Championship. Their win at Palmerston on Boxing Day was their first away league win of the season.

DUNFERMLINE
Arbroath (A) L 0-2
Raith Rovers (H) W 4-1
Hearts (A) L 0-1
Ayr United (H) D 0-0
Morton (A) D 0-0
Inverness Caley Thistle (A) D 1-1

DUNDEE
Raith Rovers (A) L 1-3
Arbroath (A) D 1-1
Bonnyrigg Rose (H) W 3-2 aet
Hearts (H) W 3-1
Alloa Athletic (H) W 3-1
Queen of the South A) W 3-1

Current League Stats

DUNFERMLINE
League Position: 3rd
League Points: 24
Goal Difference: +7
League Record: P15 W6 D6 L3 GF24 GA17
Last Six Match Form: DDDLWL

DUNDEE
League Position: 4th
League Points: 20
Goal Difference: 0
League Record: P13 W5 D5 L3 GF24 GA24
Last Six Match Form: WWWDDL

Last Time Out

DUNFERMLINE (v Arbroath):
Owain Fôn Williams: Aaron Comrie (Scott Banks 77), Paul Watson, Euan Murray (c), Josh Edwards: Kerr McInroy, Lewis Mayo (Lewis McCann 68), Iain Wilson (Matthew Todd 84), Fraser Murray: Kevin O’Hara, Declan McManus.
SUBS NOT USED: Kyle Macdonald, Kyle Turner, Paul Allan, Cammy Gill (GK)

Dundee (v Raith Rovers): Jack Hamilton, Malachi Walcott, Christie Elliott, Jordan Marshall, Sam Fisher: Paul McMullan (Jason Cummings 56), Paul McGowan, Shaun Byrne (Danny Mullen 65), Charlie Adam, C Moore, Osman Sow
SUBS NOT USED: Cammy Kerr, Finlay Robertson, Lyle Cameron, Max Anderson, Calum Ferie (GK)

Referee will be Chris Graham, his first time in charge of match involving Dunfermline Athletic and his third Championship match.

Other Championship Fixtures

Queen of the South v Hearts (Friday)
Alloa Athletic v Arbroath
Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Morton
Raith Rovers v Ayr United



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