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Tangerines face cup challenge

Tangerines face cup challenge

Dundee United are in midday action on Sunday when taking on St Mirren at Tannadice in the Scottish Cup Fifth Round.

The Tangerines are still hoping centre-back Gavin Gunning will be available after missing their recent draw with Partick Thistle. However, there is also an injury doubt concerning his defensive colleague Mark Wilson.

The Buddies could hand a debut to new signing Eric Djemba-Djemba while Paul McGowan and Kenny McLean have recovered from knocks.

Otherwise, Josh Magennis and Gregg Wylde are cup-tied and John McGinn suspended, with striker Stephane Bahoken and winger Gary Teale both remaining sidelined.

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Writer:Vital Arabs
Date:Friday February 7 2014
Time: 7:04PM

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