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Inverness Caledonian Thistle, who finished fourth last season, will start the new Scottish Premier League season with a home match against St Mirren on August 3.

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Caley then travel to Tannadice Park where they will take on Dundee United on August 10.

Inverness face SPL champions Celtic at Celtic Park on August 24 and will host the Hoops at the Caledonian Stadium on December 29.

The first Highland derby, against Ross County, will take place at Dingwall on October 26 with the return game against County taking place on New Year's Day.

Terry Butcher's men will travel to face Partick Thistle at Firhill Stadium on Boxing Day.

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