Kevin McDonald could feature for Dundee United after muscle problem By Press Association April 29 2022, 6.25pm Kevin McDonald could feature (Mark Kerton/PA) [[title]] [[text]] An error occurred. Please try again. [[success]] Email address Sign up Dundee United midfielder Kevin McDonald is pushing to be involved in Saturday’s cinch Premiership encounter with Motherwell following a muscle problem. Calum Butcher is unlikely to play for the rest of the campaign because of a personal issue. Max Biamou (thigh), Ian Harkes (ankle) and Peter Pawlett (Achilles) are out for the rest of the season. Motherwell manager Graham Alexander declared he had an unchanged squad following their defeat by Rangers. Striker Kevin van Veen serves the second match of his two-game ban. Sondre Solholm, Stephen O’Donnell, Jordan Roberts and Nathan McGinley have been absent in recent weeks while Barry Maguire is out for the season following quad surgery. Already a subscriber? Sign in [[title]] [[text]] Close More from The Courier 4 Dundee United talking points: Money in the bank, pyro palaver, bouncebackability and fond farewells Nir Bitton and Tom Rogic set for Celtic farewells against Motherwell Motherwell have illness concerns ahead of Hearts clash 3 Dundee United talking points: Can Tam Courts’ men find cutting edge against Celtic after meek Rangers showing?