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    Crunch game coming up and the Xmas trees are not even up in living rooms across the North. Dundee venture forth to the Highland capital on Saturday as we look to get back on track after a disastrous run of results that has yielded only one win in our last six games. Kick off is at 3:00pm.

    Crushing defeats to Dundee United and Arbroath were particular lowlights, but the manner of our performance against League 1 Clyde in the Challenge Cup left a lot to be desired. We looked as uncomfortable as Prince Andrew at an interview but thankfully our penalty kicks were emphatic enough to see us through.

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    League Match Ticket Prices Adult Senior Citizen 16-25 Under 16
    Main £22 £17 £17 £6
    North/Away £20 £15 £15

    £6

     

    Tickets available from the Club Shop, over the phone on 01463 222880 and online HERE

    All Armed Forces personnel can gain entry to Saturday’s game against Dundee for the discounted price of £10. 

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    table 13.jpgHaving picked up only four points from a possible fifteen in our last five Championship games, we find ourselves above Arbroath on goal difference only and one point behind this week's visitors Dundee with their neighbours United looking likely to run away with the title. This is the only Championship game on this weekend with others involved in the Scottish Cup

    Dundee have been indifferent lately, but nine points from their last five games have seen them climb above us in the table after an inauspicious start to the season. Two defeats to Partick Thistle and the Arabs were countered by wins over Morton, Alloa and Ayr United.

    Inverness have suffered badly over the last few weeks as a sickness bug took it's toll on the playing staff and management team. That could explain our recent dip in performances since we beat Queen of the South 2-0 at Palmerston at the end of October. Tom Walsh, Roddy MacGregor and Shaun Rooney will miss out along with Sean Welsh.

    Here's Robbo talking ahead of tomorrows game.

     

    Dundee boss James McPake had this team for the Dundee derby last time out:-

    Dundee (V Dundee Utd): Hazard, Kerr, Forster, McGhee, Mackie, Byrne, Dorrans, McGowan (Johnson 64′), McDaid, Nelson (McPake 66′), Hemmings.

    Dundee have a full squad other than keeper Jack Hamilton who misses out through illness.

     

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