After getting his first signing of the window confirmed, Ronny Deila will be hoping Celtic pick up where they left off on Friday.

The Hoops picked apart a poor Dundee United side and put on a classy performance for the travelling fans who were in full voice.

New signing Erik Sviatchenko will be presented to the fans at Paradise at the game after signing a four–and-a-half-year-deal.

This fixture is a rescheduled match that watch cancelled on December 5th after failing a pitch inspection.

Hamilton haven’t won a game since their 2-1 win away to Dundee United on November 28th a run of seven games without a win.

They also lost 4-1 in a shock result against Anna Athletic in the Scottish Cup fourth round.

Celtic

New signing Erik Sviatchenko won’t feature tomorrow after returning to Denmark to say his goodbyes to his former team-mates and management.

Kieran Tierney trained on Monday at Lennoxtown, and didn’t show any sign of discomfort after suffering a shoulder injury on Friday night.

Ryan Christie is fit enough to be in the match squad but it is unclear whether Ronny Deila will include him tomorrow on the subs bench or even a starting role.

Captain Scott Brown and Charlie Mulgrew are both continuing to make progress to return to the squad from their respective knee and thigh injuries.

Hamilton

Player-manager Martin Canning has no fresh injury worries for the game against the league leaders.

Accies forward Dougie Imrie returns after missing the last two matches through suspension.