The club’s first ever visit to the Tayside ground was during season 1925/ 26 when a 2-1 win was secured with the best success being a 5-0 triumph six seasons later.
Head Coach Robin Veldman spoke to QPTV this morning at Lochinch about:
- After game analysis
- Cannot sit in the moment
- Dundee United’s qualities
- Grant Savoury update
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The season so far
Queen’s Park, who sit in seventh place, are looking for their second win of the season on the east coast having won at Arbroath last month. The Spiders have won three and lost four of their Championship games this season and in Ruari Paton they have one of the deadliest strikers in the league with the Irishman having scored four times in the Championship from just five shots.
Dundee United top the Championship table, a point ahead of Raith Rovers, having won four out of their six games and drawn the two others. They kept going at Inverness Caledonian Thistle last weekend to get a winner with Chris Mochrie grabbing the only goal of the game coming in the third minute of added on time.
With the exception of Grant Savoury everyone is available for selection with no injury or suspension concerns.
Last time out –
Dundee United 4 Queen’s Park 1.
Dundee United – P Gallacher, J Lauchlan, J Paterson (D Winters 73), D McCracken, M Wilson, W Cummings, S O’Donnell, S Duff, J McIntyre (A Gunnlaugsson 16), S Thompson, D Lilley (C Easton 57).
Subs not used – P Jarvie (G/k), J McCunnie.
Queen’s Park – C Stewart, S Fallon, D Agostini, D Ferry, S Canning, Quinn (J Whelan 78), C Taggart (J Gemmell 67), J Gallagher, G Lappin, Martin (S Jack 67).
Subs not used – S Thomson, R Sinclair.