Cadamarteri misses Thistle tie

Dundee United will be without Danny Cadamarteri for the Scottish Cup trip to face Partick Thistle at the Firhill Stadium on Saturday.

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Cadamarteri: Doubt for Terrors

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The Englishman has torn his calf muscle and is likely to be out for a month.

He will be joined on the sidelines by Scott Robertson (groin), Francisco Sandaza (groin) and Lee Wilkie (knee).

New signing Dusan Pernis will make his debut in goal.

Dundee United (From): Pernis, Dixon, Dods, Kenneth, Webster, Watson, Dillon, Kovacevic, Buaben, D Robertson, Swanson, Conway, Shala, Myrie-Williams, Daly, Goodwillie, Casalinuovo, Banks.

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