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Ict V Dundee


Cobra

Inverness v Dundee  

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  1. 1. What'll happen up in Inverness?

  2. 2. Who should be starting if fit?

  3. 3. Do you fancy Dundee to get promoted this season?



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It's a little over a week until the Highlands welcome the famous Dark Blues.

The last time the Dee played at the Caledonian Stadium was in the Scottish Cup when the home side were outclassed and Scott Allan scored the only goal.

The last time Dundee went to Inverness was on league business was towards the end of Hartley's reign when the Dee took a 2-0 half-time lead through Haber and O'Dea before Julen gave away two penalties and the game ended up all square.

Thoughts for a week Saturday?

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By the time this game comes round it will be over 2 weeks since we last played, hopefully this is long enough for the team to get a better shape going forward. I still think Dorrans can be more effective further forward.

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51 minutes ago, gblue said:

Sadly I think we will get beat I think Inverness will be up for this game unlike us

Recent results suggest they're not in a good place. They've been particularly bad at home and just got trounced in Arbroath.

Inverness 1-3 Partick
Ayr 0-2 Inverness
Inverness 2-2 Alloa
Morton 2-1 Inverness
Queens 0-2 Inverness
Inverness 0-3 United
Arbroath 3-0 Inverness

Comment from the Press and Journal this week...

"Over the past two summers, they have lost the craft and guile of Iain Vigurs and Liam Polworth, without directly replacing them. Both players, although polarising to the home support, were productive, racking up assists and being able to prise open packed defences. Looking at the current Caley Thistle squad, they do not appear to have that and instead have to rely on playing direct up to a lone striker.

"There doesn’t seem to be a reliable Plan B, so when that approach is snuffed out Inverness struggle. Factor in more frequent defensive errors and you have a recipe for a downfall. They don’t have the finances to go bring in a couple of big name signings in January so this will be the squad, barring any unexpected departures, that gets them through the season."

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13 hours ago, Cobra said:

Recent results suggest they're not in a good place. They've been particularly bad at home and just got trounced in Arbroath.

Inverness 1-3 Partick
Ayr 0-2 Inverness
Inverness 2-2 Alloa
Morton 2-1 Inverness
Queens 0-2 Inverness
Inverness 0-3 United
Arbroath 3-0 Inverness

Comment from the Press and Journal this week...

"Over the past two summers, they have lost the craft and guile of Iain Vigurs and Liam Polworth, without directly replacing them. Both players, although polarising to the home support, were productive, racking up assists and being able to prise open packed defences. Looking at the current Caley Thistle squad, they do not appear to have that and instead have to rely on playing direct up to a lone striker.

"There doesn’t seem to be a reliable Plan B, so when that approach is snuffed out Inverness struggle. Factor in more frequent defensive errors and you have a recipe for a downfall. They don’t have the finances to go bring in a couple of big name signings in January so this will be the squad, barring any unexpected departures, that gets them through the season."

The problem with above is us if there was ever a team to play when you are having a bad run it’s Dundee, we will make sure We get them back on track 

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11 minutes ago, gblue said:

The problem with above is us if there was ever a team to play when you are having a bad run it’s Dundee, we will make sure We get them back on track 

Can't say for sure but I suspect it's a bit of a myth that teams on terrible runs beat Dundee more than anyone else. I can think of two or three times where it's happened in recent years but I suspect it probably happens to every team (that's not very good) where you lose to other sh*t teams on bad runs.

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