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Connor Randall is looking for Ross County to get back on the winning trail in their high-pressure bottom-of-the-table clash with Dundee United in Dingwall on Saturday.

The Staggies are just one point ahead of Liam Fox’s basement Tannadice side having played a game more as the cinch Premiership season starts to turn towards the home straight and they go into the game on the back of away defeats to Rangers and St Mirren.

However, Randall is encouraged by the 3-0 win over Kilmarnock and the 1-1 draw with Hibernian in County’s last two home games.

The 27-year-old defender told County’s official Twitter account: “It is a massive game for us.

“Obviously it was a disappointing performance and result last week (1-0 defeat at St Mirren).

“So everyone has been itching all week to get out there and put things right.

“We are looking forward to it. We have played them a good few times so we know what their strengths and weaknesses are so just as we do every game, we will analyse that and try to keep their strengths to a minimum and try to exploit the weaknesses.

“It is obviously at home so it is our job to impose ourselves on the game so that’s what we will try to do.

“We had a couple of decent results here at home before we had a couple of away games so it is always nice to play at your home ground with the fans and hopefully we can go out there and put in a performance we can be proud of on Saturday.”

County boss Malky Mackay said: “I know Liam, he is a good lad and like us, is down there at the moment.

“Both of us will be looking for the win. At this point of the season everyone kind of knows each other and knows the strengths and weakness.

“They will have done their work on us, we have done our work on them so we know it will be without doubt a tough game but we are looking forward to it.”