Hibernian v Celtic preview
Paul Cairney and Danny Handling will be part of the Hibernian squad for the game against Celtic on Saturday.
The latter has not played since bruising a bone on his foot against Ross County in August, while midfielder Cairney has yet to feature this season.
Cairney has been sidelined with an ankle injury but is back in manager Pat Fenlon's thoughts after a recent outing with the U20s.
However, Alan Maybury (thigh), Tim Clancy (groin), Alex Harris (ankle), Jordon Forster (groin) and Sam Stanton (hip) are all still out.
Fenlon is hoping the crowd can galvanise his side to a repeat of their success over Celtic in December last year.
He said: "We're going to need everybody playing on their game. We need a battling performance, a hard performance, a little bit of luck along the way.
"We want to make sure it is a contest, get in their faces and start the game really well. We want the crowd up for it early and you need that against Celtic."
Celtic's Mikael Lustig is a major doubt for the trip to the Scottish capital after injuring his hip on international duty with Sweden last week.
His absence will be keenly felt as fellow right-back Adam Matthews (shoulder) will also be missing along with Derek Boerrigter (ankle) and Steve Moyoukolo (Achilles).
On a more positive note, midfielders Joe Ledley and Tom Rogic are back from their respective groin injuries while James Forrest could make his first start since August.