Csaba Laszlo believes Scott Fraser can provide the key to victory in tonight’s play-off against Dunfermline – if he keeps things simple.
The Dundee United gaffer was pleased his attacking midfielder completed 90 minutes for the first time since November in Tuesday’s first leg draw at the Pars.
And he’s confident the 23-year-old will be able to handle a second full game in just three days when the tie reaches its climax under the Friday night lights.
He sees that as a boost to the Tangerines’ chances, although, he’s likely to have a quiet word in Fraser’s ear before kick-off.
“He has to learn to play simple because he has the talent and definitely the possibility to be a great player,” said Csaba.
“But sometimes he has to be more simple. A great player, he has to show that in this type of game.
“I was not unsatisfied with his performance (on Tuesday) because he has come back from a long journey from injury.
“It was not easy to make him fit physically.
“He played 90 minutes and he was a good player for us.”
United are set to go in tomorrow with no fresh injury worries from the first game.
And defender Mark Durnan could be added to the squad after stepping up his training this week after suffering from a swollen ankle.
He’s been out since the win over league champions St Mirren early last month.
Tickets for tonight are on general sale from the club shop at Tannadice.