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Friday, 9 December 2011

Inverness CT v Dundee Utd Online Free Live Stream Clydesdale Bank Premier League Preview -10 Dec-2011,15:00 CET

Watch Inverness CT v Dundee Utd Live Stream Online Clydesdale Bank Premier League 2011 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on Saturday 10/12/11 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Inverness CT v Dundee Utd Stream Free Online Video Of Clydesdale Bank Premier League Saturday,10 Dec-2011 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 15:00 CET.Clydesdale Bank Premier League ,Watch Video Online Live Stream,Watch Inverness CT v Dundee Utd Live Streaming Video ,Inverness CT v Dundee Utd Stream,Inverness CT v Dundee Utd Live free,Inverness CT v Dundee Utd Streaming,Inverness CT v Dundee Utd Live, Watch Inverness CT v Dundee Utd online,Inverness CT v Dundee Utd online, Inverness CT v Dundee Utd Results,Clydesdale Bank Premier League Fixtures.McKay finding his feet Billy McKay admits he is finally starting to feel at home at Inverness after making his first start for the club almost five months after joining.The striker got off to the worst possible start after his move from Northampton in July, suffering an ankle injury in his first training session.
McKay then struggled to break into the team after regaining his fitness, making two brief substitute appearances before December as Gregory Tade made the centre-forward's role his own.But McKay caught manager Terry Butcher's eye with a double in friendly action against Ross County and was handed a surprise start in last weekend's trip to St Mirren Park.
The former Northern Ireland Under-21 international grasped his opportunity, showing some good touches to help Caley Thistle off the bottom of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League with a 2-1 win.
And McKay is now relishing the chance to show Caley Thistle's home fans what he can do when Dundee United visit the Highlands on Saturday.
"I enjoyed myself and the lads got the three points, which is the most important thing," the 23-year-old said of the win over St Mirren.
"It felt like my debut so it was really good.
"It could have been even better. I had one in the first half and I didn't think I was offside and there was a chance in the second half when I just slipped.
"But I was pleased with how I played and pleased we got the win.
"I'm enjoying myself now and being part of it again.
"It just feels like how it should. Every Saturday when I wasn't playing it didn't feel right. Now it's starting to feel right.
"It was a great feeling coming back up the the road after the win.
"We're looking to go on a run now. If we win on Saturday by a couple of goals we can overtake Dundee United, so that's what we're looking to do.
"We're looking to pick up our first back-to-back wins and we're at home, so we are probably expected to win." Defenders Josh Meekings and Thomas Piermayr are back in contention for Inverness.
Piermayr has recovered from a back injury and Meekings has returned earlier than expected from a calf knock.
Winger Aidan Chippendale (hamstring) and defender David Proctor (ankle) are still missing and long-term absentees Aaron Doran and Owain Tudur-Jones are short of fitness.
Dundee United forward Stuart Armstrong hopes a victory can be the catalyst for a strong festive campaign.
March's 2-0 win at Inverness was part of an eight-match unbeaten streak, featuring five wins.
Armstrong, who began that match, hopes Saturday`s game can spark a similar run of form.
The 19-year-old said: "It started a very important run for us. It was a good game and nice to get a win.
"It's definitely possible. We need a win and to think game to game and see where we end up."] United have the same squad available as the one which lost 1-0 to Celtic last Sunday.

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