Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(34) 21 Goals 29 (36)
(23) 13 Assists 11 (19)
(6.5) 6.6 Average Ratings 6.6 (6.4)
28.2 Average Age 26.3
180.2 Average Height (cm) 180.6
(0.7) 0.8 Shots pg 1 (0.8)
(51%) 52% Aerial Duel Success 47% (47%)
(0.4) 0.4 Dribbles pg 0.4 (0.3)
(1.3) 1.1 Tackles pg 1.1 (1.3)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premiership.

Missing Players

Dundee United
St. Mirren
Player Reason Status Rating
Peter Pawlett Doubtful 6.22
Glenn Middleton Doubtful 6.43
Player Reason Status Rating
Jonah Ayunga Out 6.52
Charles Dunne Out 6.43
Tony Watt Out 6.51
Declan Gallagher Doubtful 6.61
Richard Tait Doubtful 6.44

Team News

Dundee United
St. Mirren
  • Dundee United manager Jim Goodwin named two changes from the Terrors team that lost 3-1 to Aberdeen at Tannadice, before they held Livingston at home in a 1-1 draw in West Lothian last midweek.
  • Club captain Ryan Edwards dropped out of the United backline, as Loick Ayina took his place in the Terrors’ defence to join Scott McMann and Charlie Mulgrew. Goalscorer Aziz Behich and Kieran Freeman started at left and right wing-back.
  • Dylan Levitt missed the trip to Livingston with a knock and was replaced by Sadat Anaku as United moved to a 3-5-2. He partnered Steven Fletcher, supported by Jamie McGrath, Ian Harkes and Craig Sibbald.
  • St Mirren manager Stephen Robinson made two changes to the Saints side that drew 1-1 in Perth against St Johnstone, before the Buddies were battered 5-1 in Paisley by Celtic in their last league fixture.
  • Charles Dunne’s sending-off proved the turning point against the league leaders, and he’ll therefore miss this match as a result. Keanu Bacchus replaced Ryan Flynn in midfield.
  • Saints could hand a debut to new midfielder Caolan Boyd-Munce. In attack, Alex Grieve returned to partner Curtis Main as Tony Watt was sat amongst the substitutes from the start.


  • Dundee United, bottom of the Scottish Premiership standings, take on a St Mirren side who are sat in sixth at Tannadice.
  • The Terrors suffered seven straight defeats in all competitions, before putting an end to that by picking up a point against Livingston in West Lothian. It was important that they stopped the rot, as they trail Ross County and Kilmarnock by three points at the foot of the table. Five games to go ahead of the league split, they must start turning draws into victories to get out of this mess.
  • The Buddies are aiming to bounce back after a heavy defeat in Paisley, which has proved a rarity in Scotland's top tier this season. Saints' home form is the key reason as to why they're looking to finally break into the top six. However, a 3-0 win at Tannadice against United in August was the first of only two that they've registered on the road so far this season as they aim for a third.
  • Both teams have had time to prepare for this fixture, given neither played in the Scottish Cup last weekend, but the hosts' need is far greater than the visitors' who have a poor away record.

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