Dom Thomas scores twice as Queen of the South move up to fifth in the Scottish Championship by beating hosts Dumbarton.
They say pursuing promotion brings pressure. Simon Murray, the Dundee United striker, is one for thriving rather than wilting amid the so-called strain.
Coming back from two goals down with less than 15 minutes to go is not to be scoffed at but when the dust settled on this one there was no escaping that Dundee United’s pursuit of the Championship automatic promotion spot suffered another serious dent in this thoroughly unpredictable 90 minutes.…
Hibernian have extended their lead at the top of the Scottish Championship to six points, while Dundee United were fortunate to escape with a draw against Queen of the South.
Simon Murray's late equaliser salvages a point for Dundee United but they slip further behind Hibs in the Championship.
It would not have seemed
possible four years ago, when Danny Lennon’s St Mirren side beat Celtic in the semi-finals of the League Cup and then went on to prevail against Hearts in the final, but the Buddies are staring down the barrel of
relegation to Scottish football’s third tier.
St Mirren manager Jack Ross has no regrets about confronting an irate fan following a home loss to Queen of the South.