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Tayside derby

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Tayside derby

The Tayside Derby is a football rivalry that is based in Tayside, Scotland The matches are contested by two of the three biggest teams from this region: Dundee United, Dundee and St. Johnstone. Matches between Dundee and Dundee United is also referred to as a Dundee derby.

Dundee United vs Dundee

Main article: Dundee derby

Both teams have played 157 matches in all Scottish competition. Dundee United won 74, and Dundee won 45. 38 games ended draw.

Dundee United vs St. Johnstone

Both team played total 158 matches in all Scottish competition. Dundee United won 68, and St. Johnstone won 50. 40 games ended draw.

Dundee vs St. Johnstone

Both teams have played 149 matches in all Scottish competition. Dundee have won 63, and St. Johnstone have won 48. 38 games ended draw.


  • Matches between Dundee and St. Johnstone
  • Matches between Dundee United and St. Johnstone
  • Matches between Dundee United and Dundee

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