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Defender seeks winning return

Defender seeks winning return

Dundee United defender Keith Watson is determined to help rediscover the winning formula when visiting Ross County this weekend.

The Tangerines arrive in Dingwall looking for their first win in six games after successive draws followed three straight defeats. Prior to that United we victorious in six consecutive games.

"It's been tough in the past few games and the fans are expecting us to win every game after that run we went on," Watson told the Dundee Courier. "We've started to pick up and scoring the two late goals to get the draw against Hibs has given us a bit of life again.

"We created a lot of chances against Inverness and either team could have nicked it," he added. "So to get a point after they missed a penalty was probably quite good for us and we look forward to returning to the Highlands and hopefully getting back on the winning track against Ross County."

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Writer:Vital Arabs
Date:Thursday January 16 2014
Time: 4:01PM

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