The United Pars meeting scheduled for tonight (Thursday 29th) has had to be re-scheduled, to Thursday 17th January, East End Park at 7pm.
Pars to travel to Firhill for the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Dundee have just had a string of three consecutive home matches in which they defeated St Johnstone and Hamilton. Dundee's away record in the SFL this season is not quite so impressive ..
A goal to savour for Bridie in reserves at McDiarmid Park but it was another defeat.
"A win in the league next week is more important. The heads dropped when we lost 4-0 to Livingston but that didn't happen on Sunday; we showed a lot more character
"There was only going to be one winner because of the way they start
"We had so many chances in the first half as well, we had two or three great chances before half time to make it three - two. We got the penalty and got back into it.
Poor start means Pars lose out in five goal cracker in Challenge Cup Final at Dens Park
Injury hit squad lose out narrowly at Glenesk Park
100 metre champion in a hurry to turn season around.
"Both teams are capable of rising to the occasion on Sunday. For us it would be terrific to bring a trophy back to East End and that is what we m
"It is a chance to turn a corner and start doing a bit better. The lads can believe that they can do well.
First ever meeting in Challenge Cup between Dunfermline Athletic and St Johnstone.
"I would like to get back playing as quick as I can but with the injury, I just have to make sure that it is in properly.
Maxwell nets but not enough to beat the local rivals.
Last season's Cup Final was held back because of Dunfermline's run in the Tennents Scottish Cup. The Pars won 4-2 on penalties.
Dick Campbell chaired the night and guest speakers were Peter Brown and Joe Cammy
He kept St Johnstone out but could be dropped for the next game; the Challenge Cup Final against the same opponents.
Debut for on loan Celtic player
Pars knocked out of Cup in extra time
Stephen Kenny and Owen Coyle
Pars produce improved performance at McDiarmid Park.
Scotland U20 internationalist arrives from Celtic
Soccer Savings has two tickets for Scotland's vital Euro 2008 qualifier to give away.
Dunfermline Athletic are delighted to announce CCW's sponsorship of their East Stand.
Twelve goals conceded in their last three league games and no reply. St Johnstone defeated Hamilton 4-1 so the Pars will ha
The Board of Directors have explored along with the manager and his staff, all the possible reasons for such a significant slump in form.
"Stephen's a very good manager and he will get things right. You can't blame everything on the manager. You have to hold your hands up sometimes.
Iain Williamson goal separates the sides
Stephen Kenny and Mark Proctor
Pars fail to tame the Lions as they register their first away win of the season.
Acknowledgement for former Club Captain, Scott Thomson
London born full back arrives to strengthen the squad