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- Kemmings strikes in each half
- Dundee overtake Saints into fourth
- Tayside derby kicks off Premiership weekend
"Manager Paul Hartley talked pre-match of them [Dundee] flying under the radar.
"Well, they are bang in the spotlight now."
- Quote Message: The first goal's always vital in these games and we don't seem to be getting them from Tommy Wright St Johnstone manager
- Quote Message: I thought the players were excellent from start to finish. We'll keep flying below the radar. We just want to get as many points as we can between now and the split from Paul Hartley Dundee manager
So, a comfortable win for Dundee. The Dens Park side were dominant for most of the match and only looked vulnerable for a short period near the end of the match as St Johnstone started threatening.
Saints' long wait for a win continues and they slump to sixth in the Scottish Premiership.
Kane Hemmings was the difference this evening with both goals as Dundee ran out victors and overtook St Johnstone into fifth place in the Scottish Premiership.
The Dens Park side are now level on points with Ross County.Copyright: SNS
A looping header from St Johnstone's Steven Anderson goes harmlessly out at a corner.
Three minutes of stoppage time begin.
Dundee's Greg Stewart is booked for kicking the ball away as Simon Lappin tried to get on with a free-kick.
Captain Gary Harkins is applauded off the field as he is replaced by Julen Etxabeguren.
Danny Swanson is late with his challenge on Paul McGowan and the St Johnstone midfielder is booked.
St Johnstone have finally started making inroads to the St Johnstone goal but with five minutes to go, have they left it too late?
Liam Craig glances a header at a St Johnstone corner but cannot find the target.
And Scott Bain foils St Johnstone again, this time tipping over Darnell Fisher's deflected shot.
Closest St Johnstone have come to a goal all night as Tam Scobbie's low drive is kept out by Scott Bain.
Nicky Low comes on for Dundee as Rory Loy makes way.
St Johnstone's Murray Davidson goes into the referee's book for a challenge on Paul McGowan.
Just under 20 minutes left. Dundee comfortable at the moment.
Double change for St Johnstone as forwards Graham Cummins and Steven MacLean make way for Chris Kane and John Sutton.