Dundee vs Rangers will take place at Dens Park tomorrow night.

In a huge development, the venue for the now infamous Premiership fixture has been confirmed.

On Monday afternoon it was announced by the SPFL that a pitch inspection would take place this morning at Dens and should it fail, then the match would be moved to St Johnstone's ground.

Now, following that pitch inspection, it has been confirmed that the game will NOT be moved. 

A Dundee statement read: "We are delighted to announce that the pitch has passed the pitch inspection and the match will take place at The Scot Foam Stadium at 8pm tomorrow as planned.

"No further pitch inspection is planned. We would like to thank St Johnstone for offering McDiarmid Park."

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And a Rangers statement added: "Following a pitch inspection, tomorrow’s Scottish Premiership match with Dundee will go ahead at Dens Park with an 8pm kick-off."

An SPFL release stated: "The SPFL can confirm that the cinch Premiership game between Dundee and Rangers scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday April 17, is set to go ahead as planned at the Scot Foam Stadium, Dens Park.

"The game, which will be broadcast live on Sky Sports, kick-off 8.00pm, passed a pitch inspection by the match referee this morning. On the basis of the weather forecasts and following discussions with the SPFL-appointed pitch consultants, who have been at the stadium for a number of days, no further inspection is planned ahead of the match.

"Contingency plans had been put in place by the league to switch the fixture to McDiarmid Park should the pitch have been deemed unplayable today, but these will no longer be required and that the game will go ahead as planned at Dens Park."