δράσω, probably aor. subj. (cp. 478), though it might be fut.: cp. Tr. 973 “τί πάθω; τί δὲ μήσομαι; οἴμοι”. So Eur. Phoen. 1310 “οἴμοι, τί δράσω; πότερ᾽ ἐμαυτὸν ἢ πόλιν ι στένω δακρύσας”, etc. The Phoenissae being the earlier play, it is possible that Soph. had it in mind, but it is quite as likely that the coincidence is accidental: it is at any rate trivial.
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