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By Clive Lindsay

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  1. Post update

    No doubt the ramifications of Hamilton's win over Celtic will be felt on the news pages in the hours to come. For now, however, I must say goodbye and please join us again on Saturday when Scotland face Georgia in their Euro 2016 qualifier at Ibrox Stadium.

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    While Hamilton were creating their own bit of history at Celtic Park, Stirling University coach Shelley Kerr is making hers by leading her hew side into a Scottish Cup tie against Albion Rovers. You can follow the match between the Lowland League outfit and the League Two side, who have been pegged back after taking an early lead, here.

  3. Celtic manager Ronny Deila on BBC Radio Scotland

    "It was were were not determined enough in the final third and the finishing was not good enough.

    "Some of the chances we missed were just unbelievable.

    "I knew Hamilton would work hard, but if you have 10-15 chances, you should win games.

    "It was not the standard we want. You have to really want it to make that extra 10%.

    "It is very hurtful and we have to bounce back in the next game.

    "If we had not created anything and had been really poor, I would be more worried."

  4. Ross County manager Jim McIntyre on BBC Radio Scotland

    "I thought our shape was excellent in the first and got in their faces, allowing us to create chances.

    "Every game we've had, we have had them and we need to take a higher percentage of them.

    "Alex has done a great job there at Hamilton and it doesn't surprise me - they have great energy there."

  5. Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager John Hughes on BBC Radio Scotland

    "I was glad to get in at half-time at 1-0 and change the shape.

    "We asked them at half time to make Ross County know they have been in a derby game and, in the second half, it was all Inverness.

    "They had a few chances in the first half, but, to be honest, we had enough chances in that second half to win two games.

    "It is no surprise to me that Hamilton are riding high as they have some good, hungry young players."

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    For Celtic, the rumblings of discontent could soon become a thundering crisis for Ronny Deila. The Norwegian manager who succeeded Neil Lennon in the summer has yet to convince the Hoops support and his side now lie six points behind Hamilton in sixth place, although they do have a game in hand.

  7. Hamilton Academical forward Dougie Imrie on BBC Radio Scotland

    Imrie was in the Greenock Morton side who won a cup game at Celtic Park last season

    "To come to Celtic Park and go top of the league is a massive achievement.

    "Celtic put us under pressure, but you have to expect that.

    "We have got some great players here and hopefully we can keep hold of them.

    "The main target is to stay in this league and, if anything else is achieved, so much the better."

  8. Hamilton Academical player-manager Alex Neil on BBC Radio Scotland

    "We did great. Our shape and way we went about out business was excellent.

    "We could have done better to control the game in the first half, but after the break we started to play the ball about.

    "We rode our luck a couple of times but at the other end we could have scored another one.

    "To be honest, I think we can play better than that in terms of retention of the ball.

    "It is no surprise that some were a bit overawed in the first half.

    "Nine games and 20 points, we are over the moon with that.

    "Nine games ago people were saying we would be lucky to pick up a point."

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    Hamilton's fourth clean sheet in a row brings them their first win at Celtic Park for 76 years. Their best start to a post-war top-flight season - they are unbeaten in eight games now - takes Alex Neil's side above Dundee United at the top of the Scottish Premiership by a point.

  10. Former Celtic midfielder Murdo MacLeod on BBC Radio Scotland

    "I was worried that Hamilton might not be able to come here and play their normal game. But it is great for football that they can come here and pass the ball about and get their reward. I have seen sides winning here by sitting back, but they didn't do that and all the positives today go to Hamilton.2

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    Mickael Antoine-Curier and Ali Crawford celebrate
    Image caption: Mickael Antoine-Curier congratulates Hamilton scorer Ali Crawford
  12. FULL-TIME

    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

  13. Post update

    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon is up in the Hamilton penalty box for a corner as the home side are desperate to equalise.

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    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    Gasps from the Celtic support as Anthony Stokes somehow heads wide from five yards following an Aleksandar Tonev cross to the near post.

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    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    Darren Lyon replaces Tony Andreu for the final few minutes. Can Hamilton hold on?

  16. Former Celtic midfielder Murdo MacLeod on BBC Radio Scotland

    "Celtic have got to up the tempo and keep on working the Hamilton players."

  17. FULL-TIME

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    A tale of two halves finishes at Caledonian Stadium with the honours in the Highland derby shared. Ross County had the better of the first half, but they had to survive a second-half battering before claiming a point that will be vital as they attempt to lift themselves off the bottom of the SPFL Premiership.

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    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is urging his bedraggled but brave players on as the match enters stoppage time.

  19. Post update

    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    Even before today, this has been Hamilton's best start to a top-flight campaign since 1935-36. Some achievement, especially if they can add a win at Celtic Park.

  20. Post update

    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    Frustration in Celtic's ranks grows as Jason Denayer side-foots weakly at Mark McGovern and then John Guidetti's replacement, Leigh Griffiths, touches wide.

  21. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    Ross County are throwing body after body in front of Caley Thistle efforts on their goal and they have two players down injured inside their own penalty box as a result.

  22. Post update

    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    So close to a Hamilton second as Tony Andreu curves a shot wide from 20 yards. A massive "ooooh" from the very vocal travelling support.

  23. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    It is Mark Brown to the rescue again as Ryan Christie nutmegs his marker, but the Ross County goalkeeper beats away the midfielder's side-footed effort from 12 yards.

  24. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    Former Caley Thistle goalkeeper Mark Brown is proving to be the hero for Ross County as he parries a volley from Ross Draper.

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    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    A great chance for Anthony Stokes as Kris Commons stands up a cross from the right, but the Celtic striker heads wide. Hamilton break quickly and substitute Louis Longridge opens up the space for a shot that is deflected wide.

  26. GREAT SAVE!

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    Mark Brown saves superbly from a Billy McKay toe poke after a Ross Draper header as Inverness press for a winner.

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    Marley Watkins equalises for Inverness
    Image caption: Marley Watkins sent the ball past Mark Brown to equalise for Inverness
  28. Post update

    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton player-manager Alex Neil is booked in his technical area for dissent. Celtic press again and Emilio Izaguirre's volley is deflected away from goal.

  29. Post update

    Ali Crawford opens the scoring for Hamilton at Celtic Park
    Image caption: Ali Crawford sent the ball past Craig Gordon to put Hamilton ahead at Celtic Park
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    Andy Campbell

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    "Celtic go to the bench and Leigh Griffiths comes on for John Guidetti. The Celtic fans are upset to see Guidetti coming off but pleased to see Griffiths on the park. Aleksandar Tonev also comes on for Wakaso Mubarak."

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    Yoann Arquin celebrates his goal
    Image caption: Yoann Arquin opened the scoring at Caledonian Stadium
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    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton will not only be recording their first win at Celtic Park for 76 years but will be top of the league if the scores stay like this in both venues. Celtic have not lost home in a domestic fixture for nearly two years and the hosts look rattled now as they attempt to protect that proud record.

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    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    It is all Inverness now in the Highland capital and Gary Warren heads over at the back post from a corner.

  34. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    Ross County goalkeeper Mark Brown produces a fine, instinctive block with his shins as Aaron Doran breaks down the right and his low cross is first-timed towards goal from 15 yards by scorer Marley Watkins.

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    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    A Jason Denayer header is blocked on the goal-line by scorer Ali Crawford as the Celtic defender is left unmarked and goes close to equalising.

  36. GREAT SAVE!

    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical

    Kris Commons threatens for the first time this afternoon and the Celtic midfielder's powerful effort is superbly touched wide by Hamilton goalkeeper Michael McGovern.

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    Celtic 0-1 Hamilton Academical (Ali Crawford)

    Hamilton midfielder Ali Crawford thumps the ball home from the edge of the area after getting the break of the ball. What a start to the second half for Accies.

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    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Anthony Stokes has a great chance for Celtic but side-foots his effort straight at the goalkeeper.

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    Andy Campbell

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    "James Forrest takes his seat in the stand. The Celtic winger is nearing a recovery but is not quite ready for first-team action, which is a blow both for his club and Scotland ahead of the international double-header against Georgia and Poland."

  40. KICK-OFF

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    There are no changes at half-time at Celtic Park, where the home side are immediately on the attack and John Guidetti sends an effort past.

  41. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    A great sliding challenge from Jackson Irvine inside the six-yard box saves the day for Ross County as a low cross from Ryan Christie ricochets like a billiard ball around the front of goal before being cleared.

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    Andy Campbell

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    "It's difficult to see Hamilton continuing to sustain the amount of pressure they endured in that first half, especially given Celtic's track record of scoring at home in domestic matches.

    "Celtic have been disjointed at times, but when their passing has been accurate, they have carved open the Accies rearguard."

  43. YELLOW CARD

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    Graham Carey is booked for a foul on Aaron Doran as Caley Thistle take confidence from their goal and start to dominate.

  44. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County

    The equaliser came immediately after Ross County were forced into a change with Rocco Quinn going off injured to be replaced with striker Jake Jervis. However, it was Caley Thistle's re-organisation of their formation that immediately paid dividends, with scorer Marley Watkins having been pushed up front alongside Billy McKay in a more traditional 4-4-2.

  45. GOAL

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-1 Ross County (Marley Watkins)

    Ryan Christie's cross takes a fortunate deflection off Scott Boyd and Marley Watkins side-foots home from 10 yards at the back post. That's his third goal in three games.

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    Andy Campbell

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    "There was mounting pressure on the Hamilton defence as the opening period wore on, but Accies have had one or two chances themselves and look capable of troubling the, at times, shaky Celtic defence."

  47. KICK-OFF

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-1 Ross County

    Ross County kick-off and immediately have a chance to extend their lead when goalscorer Yoann Arquin turns inside his marker but lifts his powerful 16-yard drive just over the crossbar.

  48. HALF-TIME

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton's excellent start to the season continues as they keep the reigning champions firmly at bay in Glasgow - for the first 45 minutes at least.

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    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton goalkeeper Michael McGovern can only pat away a Scott Brown effort, but Celtic are unable to capitalise.

  50. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    A mistake from on-loan Manchester City defender Jason Denayer, who tries to dribble out from the back, hands a chance to Hamilton. The Celtic man is dispossessed by Mickael Antoine-Curier and only a great challenge by Virgil van Dijk prevents the striker finding the target.

  51. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    More work for Michael McGovern to do. First, the Hamilton goalkeeper punches clear under pressure from John Guidetti then improvises to block a volleyed shot from Celtic's Stefan Johansen.

  52. Post update

    afc1974: "I see paradigms between Deila and Le Guen. Not sure the players are buying in and no-one fearing Celtic. Time will tell." Interesting comparison between the current Celtic manager and the former Rangers boss.

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    Andy Campbell

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    "There's a confidence about Accies as they spray the ball about, even in tight situations. They are resisting the temptation to knock the ball long, while their ability to close down space has frustrated Celtic. That said, the best chances so far have fallen Celtic's way."

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    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    How did that stay out? Hamilton goalkeeper Michael McGovern makes an excellent save to keep out Jason Denayer's header and Efe Ambrose tries to keep the pressure on with a chip to the back post, but Michael Devlin scrambles the ball clear.

    Celtic come again and John Guidetti meanders his way through before being blocked by McGovern.

  55. HALF-TIME

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-1 Ross County

    Ross County have a fully deserved one-goal lead at the break and it could have been more if it was not for Caley Thistle goalkeeper Dean Brill.

  56. GREAT SAVE!

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-1 Ross County

    Graham Carey is next to threaten for Ross County, his curling drive from all of 25 yards being touched round the post by Inverness goalkeeper Dean Brill at full stretch.

  57. Post update

    BBC Scotland's Jonathan Sutherland: "You have to say there's a solidity to Ross County now and they're creating. Promising signs under McIntyre and Dodds."

    Andrew Priestley: "For the neutral and the sake of the competitiveness of this season's SPL. we can only hope for a shock Hamilton result today." SPFL Premiership Andrew ;-) And I am sure Celtic fans will disagree.

  58. Former Celtic assistant manager Murdo MacLeod on BBC Radio Scotland

    "Celtic are trying to play the ball in behind the Hamilton back four, but there is no space."

  59. CLOSE!

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-1 Ross County

    So close to an equaliser for Inverness as Ryan Christie gets an outstretched toe to a Greg Tansey cross whipped in from the right. But goalkeeper Mark Brown tips the close-range effort over the crossbar.

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    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    A decent effort from Anthony Stokes curls just wide of the target with Hamilton goalkeeper Michael McGovern looking beaten.

  61. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Michael McGovern palms away Anthony Stokes' corner under intense pressure from Virgil van Dijk. The Hamilton goalkeeper had to make that connection.

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    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-1 Ross County

    Caley Thistle goalkeeper Dean Brill to the rescue again as he beats away a drive from scorer Yoann Arquin, the striker having been found in plenty of space at the back post.

  63. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-1 Ross County

    Ross County again threaten to increase their lead as Darren Maatsen sets up Rocco Quinn in the clear 14 yards from goal, but the midfielder delays his shot to get it on his better foot and his low drive bounces off the legs of goalkeeper Dean Brill.

  64. Post update

    Andy Campbell

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    "A few groans from the Celtic fans as miss-placed passes break up attacks.

    "Hamilton have not been overawed by the occasion in the first 15 minutes."

  65. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-1 Ross County

    Ross County are looking the more likely to add to the scoring at Caledonian Stadium and Filip Kiss sends a curling free-kick a couple of feet over the crossbar.

  66. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Celtic miss a great chance as John Guidetti is put one-on-one with the goalkeeper after Scott Brown's header exposes Hamilton's central defence, but the on-loan Manchester City striker puts his effort wide.

  67. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Tony Andreu tries to lob Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon on the turn, but the French midfielder's effort flies over.

  68. GOAL

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-1 Ross County (Yoann Arquin)

    Caley Thistle goalkeeper Dean Brill stays on his line as a cross from Rocco Quinn loops onto the edge of the six-yard box and Yoann Arquin rises high above his marker to head Ross County into the lead.

  69. YELLOW CARD

    Caley Thistle's Greg Tansey is the latest to go into the referee's book for a late challenge.

  70. Post update

    Andy Campbell

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    "Celtic adopt the now familiar three-pronged attack with the returning John Guidetti leading the line flanked by Anthony Stokes on the left and Wakaso Mubarak on the right.

    "It's a five-man midfield behind Hamilton striker Mikael Antoine-Curier."

  71. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Ross County

    Ross County go close to opening the scoring as Filip Kiss forces a point-blank save from goalkeeper Dean Brill and, when the ball is played back into the penalty box, the Slovakia midfielder hits a first-time effort wide.

  72. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton immediately miss a chance to take the lead as Dougie Imrie fails to connect with a cross to the near post and Emilio Izaguirre provides a desperate clearance to prevent Mickaël Antoine-Curier turning the ball into the net.

  73. KICK-OFF

    Celtic 0-0 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton kick-off at Celtic Park looking for a shock win that would take them to the top of the table.

  74. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Ross County

    After receiving that booking, Filip Kiss wins an equally soft free-kick on the edge of the Inverness box after flopping to the ground under a Ross Draper challenge. Graham Carey loops a couple of feet over the crossbar, so perhaps justice is done.

  75. YELLOW CARD

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Ross County

    Filip Kiss is penalised for a trip on Marley Watkins. Ross County's creative force will have to be careful after what is a harsh early booking.

  76. LINE-UPS

    Celtic: Gordon, Ambrose, Denayer, van Dijk, Izaguirre, Brown, Johansen, Stokes, Commons, Wakaso, Guidetti. Subs: Scepovic, Berget, Zaluska, Tonev, Griffiths, Kayal, O'Connell.

    Hamilton: McGovern, Gordon, Garcia Tena, Devlin, Hendrie, Imrie, Andreu, Gillespie, Crawford, Redmond, Antoine-Curier. Subs: Scotland, Neil, Lyon, Longridge, Brophy, Hill, Ryan.

    Referee: Steven McLean

  77. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Ross County

    Gary Warren's poor defensive header loops into the path of County's Rocco Quinn, but the midfielder's attempt at a side-foot volley from 12 yards at the back post is all wrong and it bobbles wide.

  78. Post update

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Ross County

    Billy McKay forces the first save of the match from Mark Brown, who gets down well to save the striker's low drive from the edge of the penalty box.

  79. KICK-OFF

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Ross County

    Estimates suggest there are only about 400 Ross County fans in Caledonian Stadium as the teams kick-off. A bit disappointing that for the visitors I would imagine.

  80. Post update

    There's a lively atmosphere in Inverness as we approach kick-off.

  81. Post update

    Andy Campbell

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    "During the warm-up, Celtic substitute Leigh Griffiths juggles the ball in the centre circle and looks like he's going to attempt to beat his personal best before volleying off to a team-mate.

    "How the Scotland striker would love to be able to show off those type of skills at Celtic Park this afternoon after several weeks on the bench."

  82. BBC Radio Scotland pundit Craig Paterson

    "If Ross County can get past the first 20 minutes unscathed, they will then look to the confidence they gained last week and we will be in for a really good Highland derby."

  83. Post update

    Andy Campbell

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    "Hamilton players join their Celtic counterparts on the pitch for the pre-match warm-up, applauded on by a hearty band of visiting supporters in one corner of Celtic Park."

  84. Post update

    Inverness have won the last two Highland derbies, but Ross County were victorious on their last visit to Caledonian Stadium - 2-1 in January.

    Who will come out top when the match kicks off in about seven minutes time?

  85. Post update

    Ross County ended a run of four straight defeats when they finally won their first league win of the season last weekend against Dundee.

    However, they haven't even had a sniff of a point in their four Premiership treks south this season.

  86. Post update

    Inverness have stumbled in recent weeks, losing three of their last four outings, but those reverses came away from Caledonian Stadium, where they are aiming for a fourth straight victory.

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    It is the first meeting between Celtic and Hamilton since March 2011 and it is 11 matches since Accies last defeated the Glasgow side, 2-0 in January 1989.

  88. Post update

    Hamilton arrive at Celtic Park intent on protecting an impressive nine-game unbeaten run since losing their opening Premiership game of the season at home to Inverness.

    Accies are unbeaten in their last six away games, stretching into last season.

  89. Post update

    Celtic haven't hit top form yet this season, but Accies still face an almighty task to leave Glasgow with even a point.

    The home side are eyeing their fourth straight victory and are unbeaten in their last seven outings.

    However, they have already lost to Legia Warsaw and Maribor at home this season - and been held to a draw by struggling Motherwell, so there is a chink of light there for Accies.

  90. LINE-UPS

    Inverness CT: Brill, Raven, Warren, Meekings, Shinnie, Watkins, Doran, Draper, Tansey, Christie, McKay. Subs: Esson, Vincent, Ross, Devine, Tremarco, Williams, Polworth.

    Ross County: Brown, Toshney, Boyd, Irvine, Carey, Brittain, Frempah, Quinn, Cardle, Kiss, Arquin. Subs: Barr, Reguero, Jervis, de Leeuw, Maatsen, Boyce, Balk.

    Referee: Craig Thomson

  91. Celtic manager Ronny Deila on BBC Radio Scotland

    "Ross County are coming up with a lot of confidence, are used to winning and a have lot of energy and nothing to lose.

    "I am impressed with what they're doing and we will be in for a hard match today.

    "Guidetti could not play in the Europa League and he has been doing well and is hungry so comes back in.

    "We have gone six games without losing and we want that to continue."

  92. Ross County manager Jim McIntyre on BBC Radio Scotland

    "Derbies are always special and, first and foremost, you have to win your individual battles.

    "We have to play with our heads.

    "Any win gives you a boost in confidence and we have to build on that.

    "Gardyne has failed a fitness test, so we have brought Boydy into the heart of the defence - but it'll be the same system."

  93. Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager John Hughes on BBC Radio Scotland

    "These boys deserve another chance after the defeat by Aberdeen. They've been outstanding.

    "We know it's important for the bragging rights. We want to play the game in the right manner.

    "If we have to go toe to toe and we win it 1-0, I'll take the three points.

    "It's a derby match, so put where we are in the league and where they are out the window.

    "But we're at home and we want to get at them. It's up to us to put a show on.

    "I didn't do a team talk. All the work is done. We worked very hard on the training pitch this week."

  94. Hamilton Academical manager Alex Neil on BBC Radio Scotland

    "We'll have to be at our best to get anything. The team has done exceptionally well in the last few weeks so we're unchanged.

    "We'll play the young boys, there is no fear.

    "The chairman says to me to set them out and make sure they know what they're doing.

    "If you give youth a chance, they can show how good they can be.

    "We've been good in terms of how we've approached games. We've scored 15 goals and conceded only five, the least in the league.

    "We're on the front foot throughout the game."

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    Should Celtic win today and would move to within two points of the top of the table, they would then have a game in hand, against Partick Thistle, in order to restore what has become the natural order of things in Scotland's top flight in recent seasons.

  96. Post update

    Andy Campbell

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    "Hamilton Academical may not have won at Celtic Park since 1938, but Alex Neil's side make the short trip to Glasgow's east end buoyed by an excellent start to the season. Accies are second in the Premiership with 17 points from a possible 24.

    "Celtic's confidence is also up after claiming their first Europa League Group D win over Dinamo Zagreb on Thursday evening.

    "Victory for Ronny Deila's men would take them level with Hamilton and also extend the reigning champions' winning run to four in all competitions."

  97. Post update

    Like Caley Thistle, Hamilton Accies are unchanged, while Celtic make one change with striker John Guidetti replacing winger Aleksandar Tonev. Manchester City replaces Aston Villa there, with the on-loan duo swapping places.

  98. Post update

    The team news from the Highland derby is that Inverness manager John Hughes names an unchanged side, while counterpart Jim McIntyre has made only one change - Scott Boyd replacing forward Michael Gardyne.

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  101. Post update

    Celtic might be the holders, but it is Inverness and Hamilton who have the opportunity today to overtake Dundee United at the top of the Premiership.

    Accies are underdogs in Glasgow despite sitting in second place, but they will lead the league by a point should they overcome the odds again and leave with an unlikely victory.

    Should they fail to do so, Caley Thistle could take over at the top on goal difference if they defeat their neighbours.

  102. Post update

    Welcome to our coverage from today's Scottish Premiership games at Caledonian Stadium and Celtic Park.

    Kicking off at 12.45, Inverness Caley Thistle host Ross County in the first Highland derby of the season and, only 15 minutes behind, surprise packages Hamilton Academical start the stiffest challenge since their return to the top flight away to reigning champions Celtic.