MANAGER STRESSES NEED TO KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK

MANAGER STRESSES NEED TO KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK

26th July 2016

Three points important against Airdrie United

The second of the two back-to-back home fixtures takes place at McDiarmid Park tomorrow when Saints welcome Airdrie United to the stadium.

Manager Derek McInnes is stressing the importance of not slipping up against the newly promoted Lanarkshire side, saying that to fail to win would be to undo much of the good work achieved in the past three games.

Unfortunately, a number of fitness doubts exist ahead of the game and it appears very unlikely that the manager will be able to field a ‘same again’ starting eleven.

Loan goalkeeper Lee Robinson will take a place on the substitutes bench.

League leaders Livingston travel to meet second place Queen of the South in Dumfries tomorrow so three points garnered from Airdrie would prove particularly advantageous ahead of the one week break for international football.

Kick off tomorrow is at 3pm.

Tayside Safety Camera Partnership (TSCP) enforces the speed limit on roads in Tayside with a history of casualties and excessive speed.

When travelling to and from the game this weekend, supporters should remember that TSCP will be using fixed and mobile safety cameras to enforce the speed limit on the Kingsway and Kingsway East in Dundee and on the A9 and A90.

Tayside Safety Camera Partnership would like to wish all supporters a safe journey.

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