Peter Pawlett will be fit to face St Mirren, according to Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson.
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It may be hard to believe but Dundee United will be in better shape going into their play-off finale than they have been in the previous two seasons.
Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson remained upbeat despite his players not getting their noses in front in the play-off final.
Dundee United and St Mirren drew 0-0 in the first leg of the Premiership play-off final. They’ll meet again on Sunday to decide who plays in the top flight next season.
There were nerves aplenty but no goals as Dundee United failed to secure a Premiership play-off final first-leg lead.
Dundee United will have to overcome St Mirren's home advantage in the second leg if they are to realise their dream of a return to the top flight.
Dundee United defender Mark Connolly delighted to be in thick of play-off after suffering as spectator
Dundee United defender Mark Connolly will relish being in the thick of the play-off final after previously suffering on the sidelines.
In a Talking Football play-off special, Eric Nicolson, Ian Roache and Neil Robertson assess the winner-takes-all clash between Dundee United and St Mirren.
Dundee United’s Cammy Smith admits it will feel “weird” if he helps to relegate his former club St Mirren.
Dundee United head into their Premiership play-off final knowing that promotion is “not a life or death deal” for the club.