ROBBIE Neilson thinks Falkirk are wasting their time calling for a 16-team top flight – and says a 30-game league would not work.

The Hearts head coach, whose team host Dundee today, said: “Every two years we look at something different, don’t we? At the end of the day it comes down to money and TV revenue.

“We take big crowds to away games twice a season. Teams would only get that once. We could sit here and say we want to do this and that, but ultimately it comes down to the revenue.”

On today’s game, Neilson said: “Paul [Hartley] has built a decent team and they’ve started the season well.

“It will be a tough one. Paul was a huge player here and I’m sure he will get a good reception but hopefully we will get the three points.”

Dundee manager Hartley said: “We were excellent in the first

45 minutes the last time we played Hearts but faced a different team in the second half. Now we know what to expect, we are prepared for it.”