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Mair Returns From Injury

The former Stockport and Dundee man has been out since February 2005 after damaging his knee ligaments.

Striker Jim McIntyre (slipped disc) and player-boss Craig Brewster (broken foot) are out for the season.

Midfielder Barry Robson is suspended while defender Paul Ritchie is still absent after suffering from a haematoma in a leg injury.

United (from): Stillie, Duff, McCracken, Archibald, Mulgrew, McInnes, Miller, Kerr, Goodwillie, Brebner, Mair, Fernandez, Samuel, Samson, Kenneth, Robertson, Cameron, Gardiner.




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Date:Friday February 17 2006

Time: 7:46PM

 

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