Gary MacKenzie will miss St Mirren’s Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Hamilton.
David Moyo feels he has readjusted to full-time football as he looks to kick-start his career at Hamilton.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice has warned his players to avoid the pitfall of looking back on their high-profile clash with Celtic and fully focus on St Mirren.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon enthused about his wingers after they combined to earn a 1-0 victory at Hamilton.
Neil Lennon praised his Celtic team for overcoming difficult conditions at Hamilton to record their best start to a league season for nine years.
Mohamed Elyounoussi set up the only goal less than four minutes into his Celtic career as the champions consolidated their lead in the Ladbrokes Premiership with a 1-0 win at Hamilton.
Jamie Hamilton is available for Hamilton’s clash with Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Celtic after serving his one-match ban last time out.
Hamilton defender Sam Stubbs insists his family will not have split loyalties when Celtic visit New Douglas Park.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice has warned his team they must be organised when they face champions Celtic.
Rangers and Celtic finally got their men as Ryan Kent and Greg Taylor completed moves to Glasgow in the final hours of the Scottish transfer window.
Celtic have completed the signing of left-back Greg Taylor while Rangers are set to announce the return of Ryan Kent.
Hamilton manager Brian Rice hailed the performances of strike partners George Oakley and Marios Ogkmpoe in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Hearts.
Hearts manager Craig Levein has vowed to continue in the dugout despite facing fresh calls to stand down from supporters.
George Oakley grabbed a brace to pile more pressure on Hearts manager Craig Levein as Hamilton twice came from behind to rescue a 2-2 Ladbrokes Premiership draw.
Hearts striker Steven Naismith will return from a hamstring problem for the Ladbrokes Premiership encounter with Hamilton.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice believes his team’s growing resilience will stand them in good stead when they enter the “lion’s den” at Tynecastle.
Celtic and Rangers will go into their first meeting of the season level on points after both recorded wins on Sunday.
Hamilton manager Brian Rice believes football is becoming “farcical” as the game adapts to recent changes to the laws.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson savoured a comfortable derby victory as his side swept aside 10-man Hamilton.
Motherwell claimed the honours in the first Lanarkshire derby of the season, recording a 3-1 win against a Hamilton side that played the last 70 minutes of the contest with just 10 men.