DUNDEE UNITED are back in action just three days after a superb win against Aberdeen.

Peter Houston's side played some great stuff but the boss admits he'll have to make changes to keep his men fresh.

In a tough schedule United also face Motherwell in the Scottish Cup on Sunday and Hearts next Wednesday.

Houston has eye on that game with the holders desperate to return to Hampden.

United, without Craig Conway, Jon Daly and Garry Kenneth, should win but are they worth the risk at a best 8-15 with totesport and Chandler.

Probably not so some alternatives are 1-0 United at 6-1 with Stan James or Hamilton plus two goals at 4-11, Chandler.

United v Aberdeen games usually feature goals but with the home men short of puff there could be less goalmouth action at Tannadice. It could some time for Peter Houston's men so try draw/United HT/FT at 7-2 with Stan James.

Hamilton are rooted to the foot and there seems no way out. They are 6-1 with Paddy Power and bet365 and Antoine Mickael-Curier will provide their biggest threat. He is 11-1 at bet365 to score first.

United hitman David Goodwillie is in the middle of a drought after six games without a goal.

Goodie has a great chance of ending that run against the league's worst side so consider him to score first at 4-1 with Betfred.

Hamilton are a biggest 6-1 with Paddy Power and bet365 with the draw 3-1 at Chandler and Hills.

Recommendation

draw/Dundee Utd

(7-2, Stan James)

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