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23.04.2005 @ 15:00 East End Park, Dunfermline Attendance: 4481
Dunfermline
0 - 0
Inverness CT
Referee: Calum Murray League-match

Goalscorers
None None.
Starting Lineup
Stillie
Skerla
Wilson
Thomson
Campbell
Donnelly
Young
Mason
Young
Hunt
Hristov
Mark Brown
Ross Tokely
Grant Munro
Stuart Golabek
Darren Dods
Barry Wilson
Roy McBain
Richie Hart
Ian Black
Bryan Prunty
Craig Brewster
Substitutes
Langfield
Mehmet
Makel
Tod
Labonte
Christiansen
Ross
Michael Fraser
Richard Hastings
David Proctor
Russell Duncan
Liam Fox
Graham Bayne
Bajram Fetai
Substitutions
Mehmet -> Hunt (59)
Christiansen -> Hristov (59)
Tod -> Donnelly (79)
Bajram Fetai -> Richie Hart (66)
Graham Bayne -> Bryan Prunty (73)
Yellow cards
Hristov None.
Red cards
None None.
Other statistics
13 Shots 6
4 Shots on goal 3
0 Offsides 0
5 Corner kicks 6
15 Free kicks 12
0 Penalties 0
Match report
Just under six months ago Caley Thistle came here with Donald Park in temporary charge and faced a Dunfermline side which featured Craig Brewster. The visitors had just climbed to ninth and would continue to climb to SPL safety with more than a little help from their player/manager who remains the Pars second top goalscorer despite having left for the north in late November.

Brewster returned to East End Park for the first time to play against his old team with Dunfermline joint bottom of the league, on a downward spiral and fighting for their SPL lives.

Caley Thistle made just one change from last week Stuart Golabek came back from suspension and Richard Hastings reverted to the bench. The home side dominated the first half but failed to find a way past the strong Caley Thistle defence.

Simon Donnelly was through in the seventh minute but shot straight at Mark Brown then the same player shot over in 15 minutes. Brown tipped over Noel Hunts deflected cross three minutes later then Andrius Skerla headed wide from the resultant corner. Brown saved Campbells curling free kick in 23 minutes then Darren Young hit wide.

Hunt found the net in 27 minutes but he was offside. There was little action at the other end until close to half time when a strong Barry Wilson run ended with Derek Stillie tipping his shot over the bar.

Just after the break a Derek Young header was deflected past the post but nerves began to tell and Dunfermline faded.

Caley Thistle came more into it and in 59 minutes Darren Dods latched onto Wilsons free kick but headed wide. Derek Young shot over in 64 minutes and Scott Wilson did the same in 77 minutes these were rare second half chances from the home side.

ICT substitute Bajram Fetai tried to take advantage of Wilsons deep cross in 70 minutes but missed the ball at the back post.

As time ran out Andy Tod shot over Browns bar and Brewster did the same at the other end.

Honours even but Dunfermline remain firmly in the relegation dog-fight. The head-to-head match next week against Livingston will go a long way to deciding who goes down.