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28.04.2007 @ 15:00 Tannadice Park, Dundee Attendance: 5273
Dundee Utd
1 - 1
Inverness CT
Referee: Steve Conroy League-match

Goalscorers
Robertson (41) Graham Bayne (58)
Starting Lineup
Stillie
Dillon
Wilkie
McCracken
Kalvenes
Cameron
Gomis
Samuel
Robertson
Daly
Hunt
Michael Fraser
Richard Hastings
Grant Munro
Stuart McCaffrey
Darren Dods
Roy McBain
Russell Duncan
Richie Hart
John Rankin
Markus Paatelainen
Graham Bayne
Substitutes
Goodwillie
Conway
Duff
Robson
Easton
Mair
Mclean
Ally Ridgers
Stuart Soane
Jamie Duff
Ian Black
Zander Sutherland
Rory McAllister
Gary McSwegan
Substitutions
Robertson -> Duff (75) Ian Black -> Richie Hart (84)
Yellow cards
Daly (53) Graham Bayne (68)
Red cards
None None.
Other statistics
13 Shots 6
6 Shots on goal 3
2 Offsides 6
6 Corner kicks 6
5 Free kicks 15
0 Penalties 0
Match report | Preview
It is a well-worn cliché but there is no escaping the fact that this was a game of two halves. United dominated the first and deservedly led 1-0 at half time, but it was all change after the break as Caley Thistle fought back for a draw.

Sadly Charlie Christie was not able to travel south due to a family bereavement and Donald Park took charge. Craig Dargo missed out due to a hamstring injury and both Barry Wilson and Ross Tokely were still suspended. Ian Black returned to take a bench slot.

For United Barry Robson was left on the bench as he is on a suspension knife-edge. The dry spell left the pitch hard despite copious pre-match watering and this led to the first chance of the afternoon in the third minute. Mike Fraser and Jon Daly both went for a through ball and it took a high bounce over the ‘keeper – this also fooled Daly who could only touch it off target.

A minute later a John Rankin free kick from the right curled towards the United goal and Derek Stillie had to punch it clear. The lively start continued and in 13 minutes Fraser pushed away a Noel Hunt angled header and it was scrambled away. Sean Dillon crossed from the right in 16 minutes and the ball bounced off the top of the bar. Caley Thistle’s first real effort on goal came in 21 minutes when a Richie Hart 25 yard effort was deflected for a corner.

With five minutes of the first half remaining a long Hunt throw from the right was aimed for the towering Lee Wilkie in the box but it was cleared by Stuart McCaffrey for another throw. Hunt looked like repeating the move but instead it went short to Daly and was returned to Hunt. He crossed into the box and David Robertson sent a near post header into the net to give United the lead.

After the interval United stuttered and Caley Thistle came right back into it – but not before Fraser had to tip over a David McCracken overhead kick in 54 minutes. The equaliser in 57 minutes was a beauty. Hart sent a long free kick into the heart of the box and Graham Bayne rose to head it past Stillie from 12 yards.

United’s Daly had a header deflected for a corner in 59 minutes then a Dods effort at the other end was similarly sent for a corner. Bayne ran onto a Rankin chip in 75 minutes but a late offside flag stopped play. Hart hit off target from long range in 79 minutes then Fraser held a Stuart Duff angled ball from the left.

Ian Black came on for the last four minutes and he was involved in a couple of good moves – his first touch sent Markus Paatelainen down the left but he shot well off target. United had the last chance of the match in added time when a Craig Conway ball from the left curled wide of the post. United and ICT remain eighth and ninth respectively.