Scottish football: Celtic will aim to get back to winning ways against Inverness Caledonian Thistle at Parkhead tomorrow afternoon after their midweek Champions League disappointment.
The SPL leaders were on the brink of qualification for the knockout stages before going down 2-1 to Benfica in Lisbon.
Neil Lennon admitted his side were "running on empty" after that defeat and will be without skipper Scott Brown for at least two months.
The midfield dynamo is facing surgery as a result of a persistent hip injury,
Terry Butcher's Caley will sense an opportunity to get their season back on track in the East End of Glasgow after a shock 5-1 drubbing against Motherwell a week ago, which ended a fine unbeaten run stretching back to the early days of September.
Well themselves are expected to be unchanged for their lunchtime kick-off against Hearts at Fir Park.
The Steelmen have won just once at home this season and Hearts boss John McGlynn has said he wants to take advantage of that statistic by turning the home support "on their team."
It's second against third when Hibernian play Aberdeen at Easter Road.
The Dons are expected to have Russell Anderson and Mark Reynolds back to face in-form hit-man Leigh Griffiths who has notched 13 goals already this term.
Elsewhere Kilmarnock entertain St Johnstone in a mid-table clash at Rugby Park. Killie must manage without Scotland midfielder Liam Kelly, who badly damaged a shoulder in training.
Dundee United travel to the Highlands to take on Ross County who are just a point behind in 10th and there's also a basement battle in Paisley between St Mirren and Dundee who will leapfrog Saints should they record their second win on the trot.
In the Third Division Rangers' game against Elgin has been postponed because too many tickets were sold.
The Light Blues were set for a lunchtime clash at Borough Briggs on Sunday.
But they said today the match was off due to "circumstances completely outwith Rangers Football Club's control."
City go to Ibrox next weekend for a Scottish Cup clash with the Light Blues.