Charlie Adam is the saviour as Dundee battle back to avoid surprise defeat at Alloa

Dundee rescued a point against Alloa in the Scottish Championship, battling back from two goals down to draw 3-3 at the Indodrill Stadium.

Cammy Kerr was on target for Dundee against Alloa.
Cammy Kerr was on target for Dundee against Alloa.

Robert Thomson fired the Wasps ahead on 27 minutes as the hosts went in 1-0 ahead at the break.

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Declan McDaid equalised for Dundee two minutes into the second half, but Kevin Cawley restored Alloa’s lead before Alan Trouten bagged a third on 63 minutes.

James McPake’s Dundee team rallied, however. Cammy Kerr netted 76 minutes after Charlie Adam’s free-kick struck the post, before Adam netted from the spot eight minutes later to ensure a share of the spoils.

The result gives Alloa their first point of the league campaign, while Dundee are on four points after the same number of matches