Some punters may mark this down as a banker with the Gers unbeaten at Tannadice in three seasons, but it should be also be noted that they only left with just a point on three occasions. And with United showing grit in drawing against Celtic last weekend, the draw is investable at 11/4 (Betdaq).
However, with the visitors in front at the interval in only five of their 14 games, there could be merit in Walter Smith’s men coming from behind to win at 13/2 (William Hill).
Current favourites to nab that slot are the Jambos at 7/5 (Betdaq), and that is no surprise as they have won their last four games 2-0. A repeat against the fifth-placed side is 14/1 (bet365), although a safer wager could be Betfred’s 4/1 for them repeating last week’s feat of leading at the end of both halves.