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Boxing Day clash subject to pitch inspection

Dundee United's Boxing Day clash with Hamilton Academical at Tannadice will be subject to a morning pitch inspection.

The Tangerines have confirmed that despite the undersoil heating being set at full power and covers across the pitch, there is still ice forming on the playing surface.

Therefore a pitch inspection has been arranged for 10am on Sunday morning.

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Date:Friday December 24 2010

Time: 1:30PM


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