Celtic vs Hamilton Accies team news plus previews of the other Scottish Premiership fixtures
Striker Leigh Griffiths returns to the Celtic squad after recovering from a calf injury.
Winger Patrick Roberts will miss out again with a hamstring complaint while midfielder Tom Rogic remains sidelined after having an operation on his ankle.
Hamilton could have Greg Docherty and Georgios Sarris back after they returned to full training following injury. Dan Seaborne and Grant Gillespie are also pushing for starts after knocks confined them to the bench last weekend.
Ali Crawford (ankle), Jesus Garcia Tena (knee), Darren Lyon (hip), Alex D’Acol (ankle), Louis Longridge (broken foot) and Shaun Want (ankle) remain on the sidelines.
Aberdeen (2) v Ross County (9)
Graeme Shinnie, Jayden Stockley and Peter Pawlett are pushing for starts for Aberdeen, who boast a fully fit squad, after coming off the bench in the win at Kilmarnock.
Frank Ross is added to the squad after missing the trip to Rugby Park with a knock.
Ross County boss Jim McIntyre is still without midfielders Christopher Routis (hamstring) and Chris Burke (illness) but otherwise has no fresh injury worries as his side attempt to end a five-game run without a win.
Motherwell (10) v Dundee (6)
Motherwell are set to be without experienced defenders Stephen McManus (groin) and Steven Hammell (hip).
Right-back Richard Tait and midfielder Carl McHugh return from suspension while Ross MacLean (shoulder) and Kieran Kennedy (hip) remain on the sidelines.
Dundee boss Paul Hartley will take a strong and almost fully fit squad to Fir Park. Defender James McPake is still building up his match fitness after injury.
Partick Thistle (7) v Hearts (4)
Utility player Christie Elliott returns to the Thistle squad after serving a two-match ban.
Midfielder Sean Welsh faces eight to 12 weeks out after undergoing surgery on a foot injury. Long-term absentees Ryan Scully (shoulder), Stuart Bannigan and Gary Fraser (both knee) also remain out.
Hearts strikers Bjorn Johnsen (back) and Rory Currie (bruising) are doubts.
Midfielder Don Cowie (ribs) remains sidelined while Prince Buaben is still building up his fitness after a groin problem. Long-term injury victims John Souttar (Achilles) and Callum Paterson (knee) are also out.
St Johnstone (5) v Kilmarnock (8)
Danny Swanson (knee) and Graham Cummins (thigh) remain out for St Johnstone, while Murray Davidson will see a specialist over a hip problem and Keith Watson drops out with a hamstring injury.
Paul Paton is back from a ban but Liam Craig is suspended and long-term absentee Ally Gilchrist (groin) remains sidelined.
Kilmarnock will give Steven Smith a fitness test after the captain went off with a knock in the second half of last week’s defeat by Aberdeen.
Stand-in boss Lee McCulloch has a couple of players with niggles but nothing serious, while Dapo Kayode and Greg Kiltie (both hamstring) are still missing.