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The match has reached full-time.
Unfair challenge on Farid El Alagui by Manuel Pascali results in a free kick.
Unfair challenge on John Rankin by Chris Johnston results in a free kick.
Ryan Dow produces a cross.
Morgaro Gomis on for Nadir Ciftci.
Corner taken by Sammy Clingan from the left by-line.
Free kick taken by Radoslaw Cierzniak.
Foul by Jeroen Tesselaar on Gary Mackay-Steven, free kick awarded.
Craig Samson takes the free kick.
Alexei Eremenko has an effort at goal. Radoslaw Cierzniak catches the ball.
Chris Johnston challenges John Rankin unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Corner taken by Alexei Eremenko from the left by-line.
Curtis Good makes a clearance.
Farid El Alagui concedes a free kick for a foul on Sammy Clingan.
Chris Johnston on for Robbie Muirhead.
Gary Mackay-Steven challenges Manuel Pascali unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Curtis Good manages to make a clearance.
Free kick taken by Jackson Irvine.
Foul by Ryan Dow on Jackson Irvine, free kick awarded.
John Rankin scores with a left foot finish. Dundee Utd 3-2 Kilmarnock.
Corner taken by Gary Mackay-Steven.
John Rankin has an effort at goal. A parry by Craig Samson prevents the goal.
Free kick taken by Paul Paton.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Paul Paton by Kris Boyd.
Ryan Dow restarts play with the free kick.
Ryan Dow concedes a free kick for a foul on Alexei Eremenko.
Curtis Good grabs a goal with a headed effort. Dundee Utd 2-2 Kilmarnock.The assist for the goal came from Gary Mackay-Steven.
Corner taken by Gary Mackay-Steven from the right by-line.
Kris Boyd scores with a left foot finish. Dundee Utd 1-2 Kilmarnock.
John Rankin takes a shot.
Shot by Kris Boyd.
Keith Watson sends in a cross.
Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Craig Slater and misses to the left of the goal.
Farid El Alagui is brought on as a substitute for Ryan Gauld.
Stuart Armstrong leaves the field to be replaced by Ryan Dow.
Unfair challenge on Sammy Clingan by Ryan Gauld results in a free kick.
Kris Boyd takes a shot and went wide of the left-hand upright.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Ryan Gauld.
Robbie Muirhead crosses the ball.
Sammy Clingan crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Nadir Ciftci on Kris Boyd.
The ball is crossed by Andrew Robertson.
The referee starts the second half.
The referee calls an end to the first half.
Radoslaw Cierzniak restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Curtis Good by Kris Boyd.
Corner taken by Ryan Gauld.
Corner taken by Sammy Clingan.
The referee blows for offside.
Shot by Sammy Clingan went over the crossbar.
Alexei Eremenko grabs a goal with a right foot finish. Dundee Utd 1-1 Kilmarnock.
The official flags Kris Boyd offside.
Paul Paton restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Nadir Ciftci by Alexei Eremenko.
The ball is swung over by Keith Watson.
Free kick taken by Craig Samson.
Ryan Gauld gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Craig Slater.
Jackson Irvine takes the chance to get an effort at goal and hits the post.
Paul Paton takes the free kick.
Ryan Gauld fouled by Manuel Pascali, the ref awards a free kick.
Free kick taken by Stuart Armstrong.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Craig Slater on John Rankin.
Nadir Ciftci shoots direct from the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Jeroen Tesselaar on Ryan Gauld.
Alexei Eremenko gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Gary Mackay-Steven.
Radoslaw Cierzniak takes the free kick.
John Souttar fouled by Lee Ashcroft, the ref awards a free kick.
Gary Mackay-Steven grabs a goal with a left foot finish. Dundee Utd 1-0 Kilmarnock.
The ball is delivered by Jackson Irvine.
Keith Watson produces a cross.
Nadir Ciftci takes a shot and goes harmlessly over the bar.
Nadir Ciftci takes a shot and bounced off the post.
Corner taken by Ryan Gauld from the left by-line.
The referee gets the game started.
United look to build on cup win
Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara believes his side can recapture the form they showed before Christmas as they prepare to face Kilmarnock at Tannadice.
The Tayside club returned to winning ways last weekend when they ended a seven-game streak without a victory by beating St Mirren 2-1 in their William Hill Scottish Cup last-16 tie.
United had lit up the Scottish top-flight earlier in the season when they gained widespread plaudits for their attractive style of play.
Now McNamara wants to see his side rediscover that type of form as they aim to make it back-to-back wins when Killie are the visitors this weekend.
He said: "We want to get back doing what we were doing earlier in the season.
"It was important we won the St Mirren cup tie last week because it helps confidence.
"The lads deserved it for the way they played and we know what they're capable of on their day.
"Now it's a case of trying to build on it when Kilmarnock come to our place.
"They're never easy games against Killie but we're looking on the positive side of things and focusing on what we're good at.
"We got a lot of praise earlier in the campaign for our play and results which shows we can do it.
"Every team goes through a not-so-good patch and hopefully we can kick on now in terms of results."
United defeated Allan Johnston's men 1-0 at Tannadice back in October but knows they will be all fired up for this occasion
He said: "Killie played well here the last time and won't want to lose again.
"They've picked things up recently and always try to play football.
"They have some good players in their side so we know what to expect.
"As far as we're concerned, we should be more relaxed going into this game.
"There was a bit of pressure with us being on the kind of run we were on before the St Mirren game.
"So I would expect the lads to feel good going into this game.
"We want them to enjoy their football and believe in themselves.
"We want to be strong at home and that means winning as many games as possible in front of our own fans.
"There's still plenty to play for between now and the end of the season so it's all about making the most of these opportunities."
Michael Gardyne misses out for Kilmarnock at Tannadice under the terms of his loan move from Dundee United.
Sean Clohessy (ankle) remains a doubt while Greg Kiltie suffered a knock on Scotland Under-17 duty and could drop out.
Long-term absentee Darren Barr misses the fixture with a hip injury.
Striker Kris Boyd is focused on getting Killie up the table from eighth place in the Scottish Premiership, starting against United.
"Where we were at the start of the season was tough for us," Boyd said. "But we always felt if we got a good run together we were as good as Dundee United, Inverness, Hibs, St Johnstone.
"We have struggled against them in the past. We know we can beat teams below us and the next test is to beat the teams above us. We have only beaten one team in the top six, which is not good enough. If we want to get in the top six, then we need to start getting results."
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