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Team News: Dundee make two changes for Hamilton Academical showdown

Dundee draft in Alex Harris and David Clarkson in place of injured duo Kevin Davidson and Gary Harkins for the match against Hamilton Academical.

Dundee have made two changes for today's Scottish Premiership meeting with Hamilton Academical.

The Dark Blues have brought in midfielder Alex Harris and forward David Clarkson in place of injured duo Kevin Davidson and Gary Harkins.

Loan signing Stephen McGinn, who joined the club from Sheffield United in the last 24 hours, has been handed a place on the bench.

Hamilton welcome back defender Ziggy Gordon to their starting XI and have also recalled veteran striker Jason Scotland in place of Daniel Redmond, who drops to the bench.

Dundee: Bain, Irvine, Dyer, Mcpake, Thomson, Stewart, Clarkson, McGowan, Mcalister, Harris, Gadzhalov

Accies: McGovern, Gordon, Canning, Garcia Tena, Hendrie, Routledge, Andreu, Gillespie, Imrie, Crawford, Scotland

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