Published: 31st October 2018
United host Queen of the South on Saturday in confident mood following an unbeaten three-game start to Head Coach Robbie Neilson reign. The visitors have also been in fine form although Tuesday's reverse at home to Morton will have jolted them a little.
Last Saturday, United travelled to East End Park and secured a 2-0 victory in front of almost 1900 travelling Arabs. Goals by McMullan and King giving the scoreline a fair reflection on the play. The fire has been reignited under United's Championship title challenge, and a large home crowd is expected.
Queens come into this one with striker Stephen Dobbie in sensational form this campaign. The striker has already bagged 13 league goals. Indeed, his teammates collectively have only grabbed seven.
Please note there will be a minute's silence ahead of the game to allow all in attendance to pay their respects to the victims of the terrible accident at the King Power Stadium last weekend.
Dundee United v Queen of the South
Saturday 3 November 2018 at 3.00 pm
George Fox and Eddie Thompson Lower Tiers
£20 - Adults
£10 - Concessions (65+, under-18s and FTS with valid matric).
£5 - U12s -TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY - SEE BELOW*
George Fox and Eddie Thompson Upper Tiers:
£22 - Adults
£13 - Concessions (65+, under-18s)
Jerry Kerr Stand:
£13 Concessions (65+, under-18s)
Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Dundee United Ticket Centre, either in person or per phone on 01382 833166 option 1. Tickets can also be ordered online.
Season ticket voucher 6 applies.
The match stream is available via ArabZONE's WATCH LIVE service priced £8.
You can listen in to the action on ArabZONE's member-only LISTEN LIVE service.
Post-match interviews, goal clips and full match highlights will all be available to ArabZONE members in the 24 hours after the game.
Goals clip only will be available free to view on our youtube channel on Monday at 8am.
Referee: Craig Thomson
AR1: Graham McNeillie
AR2: Craig Ferguson
The teams have met on 42 occasions, with United victors in 23, Queens victors in 7 and 12 ending as draws.
The record at Tannadice Park is: Played 19, won 11, lost 3 and drawn 5.
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