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Caley Thistle are currently one point clear of St Johnstone - and four ahead of County - in the race for the final European berth, behind second-placed Motherwell.
United boss Jackie McNamara will have to ring the changes for the trip to the Caledonian Stadium after four of his defenders were ruled out of the game.
Keith Watson, Sean Dillon, Gavin Gunning and Barry Douglas will all miss the Tangerines' penultimate match of the season
Striker Johnny Russell, however, could be in line for his first start since suffering a broken leg in the 0-0 draw in the Highlands' capital on February 27.
He returned to action by making a second-half appearance in the 1-0 defeat to St Johnstone last week.
Keith Watson, Sean Dillon, Gavin Gunning and Barry Douglas all miss out for the visitors.
However, Johnny Russell is in contention after making his return from injury as a substitute last week.
Inverness striker Richie Foran: "United are a tough side, just like Motherwell. We are taking nothing for granted. We are up against a very good side.
"On their day they can beat anyone so we know we're in for a tough match but I'm sure it will be another cracking game.
"We want to go out on a high and hopefully we can do that on Saturday.
"It's been a wonderful season but it's not finished yet. We would love to go out and win on Saturday now and hopefully Celtic can do us a favour.
"Hopefully we can do it in front of our home supporters and get that European place."
Dundee United forward Rory Boulding: "We don't have much to play for anymore in the league. But we've got a new manager in and I've got everything to play for in terms of impressing him and showing that we want to be part of his plans next season.
"I'm only contracted to the end of this season, so I will have to find out about my future soon.
"I've got these two games left to put down a marker. It would be good to get a few minutes in both matches and show the manager I'm worth another deal.
"If you believe in your own ability, then you know you will get a club somewhere and that you will be playing next season. But it would be nice to stay here as it's such a big club.
"In the top six, you are playing the best teams week in, week out and it makes for difficult fixtures. With the amount of changes we have been having in the squad, it's made it even more so."