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Sunday, 31 July 2011

WATCH Hearts v Dundee Utd Live Streaming Scotland: Premier League -31 July -2011 ,16:00 CET

WATCH Hearts v Dundee Utd Live Streaming Scotland: Premier League  -31 July -2011 ,16:00 CET
Hearts (from): Kello, McGowan, Zaliukas, Jonsson, Grainger, Black, Mrowiec, Templeton, Stevenson, Sutton, Balogh, MacDonald, Holt, Smith, Elliott, Barr, Prychynenko, Novikovas, Obua.
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Hearts v Dundee Utd  preview

Lee Wallace is a doubt as Hearts prepare to face Dundee United in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
Scotland left-back Wallace has bruising on his ankle and missed training on Thursday, but Hearts are optimistic he could be fit for the Tynecastle tussle.
Kevin Kyle (groin) and Calum Elliot (knee) are again set to miss out.
Winger Andrew Driver hopes an injury nightmare is behind him and insists his international future lies with Scotland.
Craig Levein's Scotland side meet Brazil at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium on March 27, and with Driver's eligibility question-mark now resolved he could make his debut.
Driver, who has made three appearances as a substitute this season, would be eager to play against the country which has produced five World Cup-winning teams, but knows he must first win back his place in the Hearts team, starting against United.
The 23-year-old Oldham-born winger said: "It would be a good game to play in - everyone will be looking forward to that one (against Brazil).
"I'm not even going to think about it, I'm more bothered if I play at the weekend and the next few games for Hearts.
"With Hearts doing so well, you've got to look at the first step - I've got to do well to get back in the team as it is.
"Hopefully down the line I'll be able to think about it (Scotland), but my first priority is obviously playing here."

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