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19.02.2005 @ 15:00 Tannadice Stadium, Dundee Attendance: 6110
Dundee Utd
1 - 1
Inverness CT
Referee: Iain Brines League-match

Goalscorers
Munro (o.g.)(30) Barry Wilson (pen) (37)
Starting Lineup
Bullock
Duff
Mair
Ritchie
Archibald
Kerr
Wilson
Dodds
Grady
Crawford
McIntyre
Mark Brown
Ross Tokely
Grant Munro
Stuart Golabek
Darren Dods
Barry Wilson
Roy McBain
Russell Duncan
Richie Hart
Graham Bayne
Craig Brewster
Substitutes
Colgan
Scotland
Brebner
Samuel
Robson
Cameron
Kenneth
Michael Fraser
Richard Hastings
Stuart McCaffrey
David Proctor
Liam Fox
Ian Black
Juanjo Carricondo
Substitutions
Robson -> Grady (45)
Scotland -> Dodds (57)
Brebner -> Kerr (68)
None.
Yellow cards
Archibald
Mair
Ritchie
Grant Munro (60)
Red cards
None None.
Other statistics
9 Shots 13
5 Shots on goal 6
0 Offsides 0
7 Corner kicks 7
18 Free kicks 12
0 Penalties 1
Match report
There was great disappointment when the Celtic match was postponed last Sunday, but in the pursuit of points this was a far more important game.

Roy McBain came into the team and Juanjo took a place on the bench. Mark Brown created his own piece of history as this marked his 120th appearance in a row overtaking Dennis Wynesss record of 119.

Former ICT favourite Barry Robson returned from suspension for United but had to be content with a bench spot in the event he played for the whole of the second half.

Graham Bayne had two early chances blocked then, in the seventh minute, Brown saved a header from Billy Dodds. Both defences held firm until the half-hour mark when United took the lead in unusual circumstances. Stuart Duff crossed from the left and an attempted headed clearance from Grant Munro ended up in his own net. There was a pregnant pause before the home fans realised a goal had been given, but the referee pointed to the centre spot and it was 1-0.

Seven minutes later ICT equalised when a Darren Dods shot was handled by Billy Dodds accidental contact was claimed but the referee gave a penalty. Barry Wilson sent Tony Bullock the wrong way for his seventh goal of the season. As the first half neared its conclusion Mark Kerr shot wide for United, as did Roy McBain at the other end, then Brown held a James Grady header.

Caley Thistle looked odds-on to take the lead in 59 minutes when Bayne headed goalwards, but Mark Wilson cleared off the line with Bullock beaten. Uniteds best second half chances came in 72 minutes when Brown made a fine save from a Lee Mair header and also blocked Jim McIntyres follow-up. United played the last two regulation minutes, and the three added ones, with only ten men - Jim McIntyre was forced to limp off and all three substitutes had already been used. ICTs attempts to take advantage came to nothing and honours were even.

The home fans unkindly booed their team off the park and Caley Thistle headed home with a valuable point. Back-markers Livingston now lie six points behind eleventh-placed Dundee United and ICT are a further four points ahead.