Dundee United moving their way up into the top three seat of current Scottish Premier League standings after an important away victory over Kilmarnock this past weekend. Playing away from home didn't stop Dundee from putting an attacking effort, especially with their recent run of good form. The visitor's positive approach was not rewarded in the first 45 minutes, but midway into the second period they got themselves in front with an effort from Keith Watson who scored on the hour mark.
Dundee kept on pouncing forward as they eventually added three more goals in that period, with goals being scored by Stuart Armstrong on 75 minutes, Ryan Gauld two minutes later and a late strike from David Goodwillie in stoppage time. Kilmarnock themselves only managed to pull one goal back through Kris Boyd's effort on 89 minutes.