Ronny Deila will be hoping his team can amend for the late goal they lost against Hearts when they travel to Dundee.

His Celtic side conceded a goal in the dying minutes at Tynecastle which prevented them from going three points clear at the top.

Deila will be hoping for a repeat of the last two meeting with Dundee, as they scored 11 goals and conceded none.

Dundee have won just one of their last 10 games in all the league and for Celtic player Paul Hartley will be hoping to quickly forget their 5-2 trouncing last time out to Ross County.

Celtic

Dedryck Boyata, Stuart Armstrong, Kris Commons, Leigh Griffiths are almost certainly out of the game.

Boyata and Armstrong picked up a hamstring and back injury, respectively, while Commons picked up a knock in training on his ankle.

Griffiths is said to still have stiffness in his calf and is a doubt ahead of the game.

Efe Ambrose, who impressed fans during his substitute appearance, and Mikael Lustig are both nursing knocks picked up on Sunday in the 2-2 draw with Hearts.

 Dundee

Goalkeeper Scott Bain is expected to play despite picking up a nasty shin injury on Saturday.

Captain Kevin Thompson missed the defeat in Dingwall because of a hamstring problem and he also didn’t train yesterday.

Kane Hemmings, Nicky Low and Thomas Konrad all missed training on Monday and will be handed late tests.

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