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Terrors set for tough battle

Terrors set for tough battle

Dundee United manager Peter Houston was expecting another tough battle when taking his side to Ross County this weekend.

The hosts have adapted well at the higher level this season following their promotion and already held United to a 0-0 draw at Tannadice earlier in the campaign.

"We definitely won't be taking anything for granted," Houston promised the Dundee Courier. "They're a good, well organised side and Dingwall is never an easy place to go to. We know that from personal experience as we have never had an easy game up there.

"In fact, the last time we were there we needed Stevie Banks to save us on penalties in the cup tie," he continued. "They were probably the better side on the night so we know we face a really tough game."

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Date:Friday November 23 2012
Time: 10:24PM

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