Dundee v Celtic: Bench role for keeper Logan Bailly
Last Updated: 19/03/17 2:22pm
Third-choice keeper Logan Bailly will be on the bench when Scottish champions-elect Celtic visit Dundee on Sunday, live on Sky Sports 2 HD from 12pm.
The Belgian is yet to feature for the Hoops this season but, with Dorus de Vries possibly ruled out for the remainder of the campaign, may finally get his opportunity over the closing weeks.
The Dutchman has undergone surgery to shave off excess bone growing on both feet and is unlikely to play again until pre-season.
Craig Gordon, however, remains first-choice and will take his place between the posts at Dens Park.
Tom Rogic has made good progress in his recovery from an ankle injury but is yet to return to full fitness, having not played since mid-December.
Meanwhile, home manager Paul Hartley will not be able to call upon the services of Julen Etxabeguren who has had surgery on a ruptured Achilles.
The defender was injured two weeks ago and is unlikely to play again until next season.
Hartley admitted: "We knew straight away it was a bad injury and we'll have to do without him until September, October time."
Other than the 26-year-old Spaniard, the hosts have no other injury concerns.
Celtic will not be able to clinch their sixth consecutive title on Sunday - Aberdeen's 2-0 victory over Hearts on Saturday means they will have to wait at least a fortnight.