Celtic will look to make it 40 games unbeaten in domestic football under Brendan Rodgers in Sunday’s game against Ross County.
The league champions will make the trip to Dingwall a week ahead of their Scottish Cup semi-final tie at Hampden as they look to secure a domestic treble.
Having secured the league title almost three weeks ago, Rodgers will likely use the game against Jim McIntyre’s side as a momentum builder.
McIntyre’s side are eighth in the table but could still get dragged into a relegation battle as they sit just three points clear of 11th and have picked up four points in their last two games.
The Hoops travelled to Victoria Park earlier in the season and won 4-0 and also beat the Staggies 2-0 at Paradise in December.
Dedryck Boyata and Mikael Lustig didn’t train at the opening session at Celtic Park on Friday and are doubts for the game.
Leigh Griffiths is fit again after recovering from a fractured bone in his back that he sustained on international duty and should return to the matchday squad.
Jim O Brien returns after his one-match ban but Martin Woods is suspended.
Jay McEveley, Tony Dingwall, Ian McShane and Paul Quinn are all out through injury while Chris Burke misses out through illness.