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27 Mar 2010 10:29:36

Ross County Still Flying High

Can County maintain the high from Tuesday's game in the Scottish Cup against the league leaders? Only time will tell. Both Dundee and Ross County are keen to pick up points today. County want to take advantage of the boost provided by their Scottish Cup exploits and Dundee want to stay on top of the league.County will not be taking any chance over Steven Watt ahead of the home game with league leaders Dundee. The will check on Watt who is rated doubtful with a knock while injury has also ruled out midfielder Paul Lawson. County are still on a high following the Scottish Cup win over Hibs. Manager Derek Adams said: "We will go into this game in tremendous spirit after a great display against Hibs and who knows, maybe Dundee will be a bit nervous.'' County have asked their fans to be patient until the SFA confirm the arrangements for the Scottish Cup semi-final tie with Celtic on 10 April.  A spokesperson said: “We would like to take this opportunity to thank fans for the fantastic support the team received in both games against Hibs but as yet we do not have confirmation of when the tickets will go on sale. We would ask fans to be patient as we look to get the information as quickly as possible.” New Dundee manager Gordon Chisholm did not waste much time in making changes to his new squad and has brought in Kilmarnock defender Ryan O'Leary on loan. Chisholm said: "I have been getting to know the players over the past couple of days and they have begun to get to know me and what I want them to do. County have had a fantastic week and I am sure they will be on a massive high and we need to match that and get the win to keep us in top spot.''Defender Gary McKenzie remains out with the head knock he suffered against Airdrie last weekend along with the long-term injured pair of defender David Cowan and midfielder Paul McHale. Editor Ger Harley (ger@scottishfitba net)Admin Team (admin@scottishfitba net)This is Scottish-Fitba Net


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