Inverness v Partick preview
Inverness are boosted by the return of two players for the visit of Partick Thistle - and the Sky Sports cameras - on Sunday lunchtime.
Marley Watkins is back to full fitness while David Raven has recovered from the groin strain that forced him to miss the 4-0 defeat at St Johnstone last time out.
James Vincent (knee) is the only absentee for the hosts and manger Terry Butcher has revealed that he could be out until the New Year.
"James will be out for two or three months with a chipped tibia," he said.
"It's a micro-fracture so we just have to take it week by week and see what happens. Obviously we are gutted he is out but we have other people who can step in and do very well."
Caley Thistle have won all four home league games so far - scoring 10 and not conceding once - and skipper Richie Foran said: "We have a 70 per cent win record this season - and 100 per cent at home with no goals conceded, which is huge.
"A lot of people probably don't even realise that. Defensively, as a team, we have been solid, as well as going forward.
"We enjoy playing at home a lot more these days. We are full of confidence here. Our supporters have really got a voice now and we need them out there. All credit to them. It's a team effort on and off the park."
Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the trip to the Highlands.
Jordan McMillan - who has yet to feature this season - remains on the sidelines but Archibald expects the former Rangers and Dunfermline defender to be back in action before the end of the month.
You can follow all the action from Inverness on Sunday 20 October Live on Sky Sports 4 from 12.30pm