Wroclaw v Dundee Utd preview

Team news ahead of Thursday's Europa League Qualifying Second Round clash between Slask Wroclaw and Dundee United at the Stadion Oporowska.

Last Updated: 13/07/11 at 16:02

Kenneth: Knee injury

Kenneth: Knee injury

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Dundee United defender Garry Kenneth did not travel with his team-mates to Poland for the opening leg of their Europa League qualifier.

The centre-half is suffering from a knee injury and was ruled out of the contest after having an X-ray on Tuesday.

Scott Robertson (ankle) and Danny Swanson (back) also miss the trip.

United's numbers were boosted by new signing Gary McKay-Stevens, who is expected to play some part against the Poles.

The match kicks off 3.45pm BST.

Dundee United (squad): Pernis, Dillon, Severin, Dixon, Douglas, Smith, Dow, Watson, Flood, Rankin, Armstrong, McKay-Stevens, Goodwillie, Russell, Daly, Hilson, Banks.

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