Both Dundee United and Livingston are already in the play-offs but their final regular season meeting could hold some importance given they may soon be contesting again.
The Tangerines’ place was assured despite losing badly 3-0 at Queen of the South last time out.
They next take on either Dunfermline Athletic or Inverness Caledonian Thistle over two-legs in their play-off quarter-final, and whoever comes through that then meet Livingston.
“The play-offs are completely different. It is like a tournament,” manager Csaba Laszlo told the Dundee Evening Telegraph. “When you play away, you try not to concede first and, if possible, in the front to do something.
“At the moment, I don’t think that will be very relevant, how many home matches we’ve won or away games we’ve lost,” he added. “It’s clear, if you play away, you have to try to avoid conceding goals and try to score maybe one or two to give you the advantage.”
Willo Flood, Jamie Robson and Jordie Briels could all be rested by the hosts as they are each only a single booking away from a suspension.
Meanwhile, defender Mark Durnan and winger Paul McMullan remain sidelined.