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Inverness CT vs. Dundee United

Caledonian Stadium

Sat 26.11.2005

15:00

Inverness Preview

Dundee United travel up to Inverness to take on Caley Thistle at the Caledonian Stadium this Saturday and hope that the weather won't put the game off.

Boss Gordon Chisholm is under extreme pressure due to bad results this season and really needs a victory here.

It won't be easy though, ex United man Craig Brewster is the player/manager at Caley Thistle and is doing a fine job and has turned Caley into a strong side.

Vital Quotes:

Dundee United manager Gordon Chisholm: 'All the comments surrounding my job are just rumours and speculation, so that is how I will treat it,'

Inverness CT manager Craig Brewster: 'Because I am from Dundee and played at United, people start speculating and suddenly Craig Brewster is linked with Dundee United.'

Inverness CT Team News:

Caley skipper Stuart Golabek won't make the game but hopes to return from injury next week.

Roy McBain and Liam Keogh are still missing as well.

Player to watch: Craig Dargo

The ex Kilmarnock striker is in good form for Caley Thistle and will need to be watched closely.

Dundee United Team News:

Defender Paul Ritchie will miss the game after being sent off against Motherwell last week.

Midfielder Grant Brebner will miss out, he has a calf strain.

Peter Canero and Lee Mair are also missing out through injury.

Player to watch: Barry Robson

Inverness Caley Thistle will know all about Robson, the ex Caley player is a key player for United and is a free-kick specialist.

Match Facts & Stats

Last meeting: Dundee Utd 1 Inverness CT 1, SPL, Aug 28th

Ref Watch:

The ref for this match is Calum Murray.

Match Prediction:

Sorry United fans but I can see Inverness geting the points in this one. 1-0 to Caley.

Next Fixtures:

Inverness CT v Motherwell (away) Dec 3rd
Dundee Utd v Hibernian (home) Dec 3rd




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