Bye for now.
- Polworth stunner gives visitors late win
- Tansey (2) & Polworth earlier netted for ICT
- Morris, Gordon & Nade for Accies
- Inverness move up to sixth in Premiership
- Three more Premiership games this evening
- Dundee P-P Celtic - waterlogged pitch
And there will also be news of that pitch inspection at Fir Park.
We'll have reaction to the match at New Douglas Park on the BBC Sport website later.
Well, Inverness move up to sixth in the Scottish Premiership.
However, they could drop back into the bottom half of the table if Partick Thistle win away to Aberdeen later this evening.
Hamilton are ninth and could slip to tenth if Motherwell beat St Johnstone tonight. However, that game at Fir Park may be in doubt due to rain.
A quite incredible finish to the match at New Douglas Park with Inverness eventually getting the win in stoppage time after Hamilton had drawn level in the 90th minute.
A stunning Liam Polworth strike gives Inverness the lead yet again. A second for Polworth today.
Not long left at New Douglas Park.
Hamilton's Dougie Imrie makes way for Danny Redmond.
But wait, Hamilton are level again as Christian Nade gets his head to a cross to put the hosts back on terms.
Greg Tansey does it again with his second free-kick goal of the day. The midfielder fired into the top-left corner.
Danny Williams replaces Nat Wedderburn for Inverness.
Hamilton's Dougie Imrie is the latest player to go into the book for a clumsy foul.
Referee Crawford Allan is due at Fir Park at 17:00 to have a look at the pitch after heavy rain in Lanarkshire today.
Inverness surrender a two-goal lead for the second match running as Ziggy Gordon heads home his first goal of the season to draw Hamilton level.
That's how BBC Radio Scotland commentator Liam McLeod described the Inverness defence after they struggle to deal with another Hamilton attack.
Dougie Imrie digs out a cross and Hamilton team-mate Carlton Morris heads narrowly wide of the Inverness goal.
Another change for Accies. Christian Nade takes over from Eamonn Brophy.
Motherwell's match against St Johnstone this evening may now be in doubt.
Inverness surrendered a two-goal lead to draw with Aberdeen at the weekend and they will be desperate to avoid a repeat today.
Carlton Morris swivels on the six-yard line to produce a stylish finish to reduce Hamilton's arrears.
Ali Crawford has a chance to pull one back for Hamilton but cannot beat goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams.
Calrton Morris comes on for Hamilton with Louis Longridge making way.
Accies have certainly got to look to the bench
Hamilton will likely feel they have a mountain to climb now. Just when they were starting to get a foothold in the game, they lose a second goal.
Liam Polworth doubles the visitors' lead with a shot across the boughs of goalkeeper Michael McGovern.
Hamilton enjoying much more possession at the start of the second half but still struggling to really put Inverness under pressure.
Hamilton begin the second half.
Following a power outage in the media area at New Douglas Park, our Sportsound commentary is back up and running on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW/DAB/online.
Inverness hold the lead at the break thanks to that Greg Tansey free-kick.
Apologies for the temporary break in radio commentary from New Douglas Park. The Sportsound team are hard at work trying to get it back up and running again.
David Raven is next to have a go for the visitors. The right-back joins the attack to send a left-foot shot at goal and Michael McGovern makes the save.
Danny Devine stoops to head the ball wide as Inverness threaten at a free-kick. The Inverness man may have been better to try a shot with the boot.
Inverness are frustrating the hosts by packing the midfield and leaving Miles Storey on his own up front. Hamilton cannot find the space they want to be creative.
The weather is horrendous, the wind the rain. It's really difficult for the players just now.
Two feet off ground def red card. No consistency from refs
Euan Anderson hands out the game's first bookings after Grant Gillespie takes out scorer Greg Tansey. The Inverness players were not happy with that challenge and Ross Draper is also yellow-carded for dissent.