HIBS host Celtic on Wednesday night as the Scottish Premiership has a full fixture card in midweek.

Jack Ross' side welcome Ange Postecoglou's men to Easter Road for the first meeting of the sides this season.

Hibs sit fifth in the table on 15 points and will be aiming to bounce back from a disappointing loss to struggling Aberdeen at the weekend.

Celtic meanwhile, currently four points ahead in fourth, are looking for a fourth consecutive league win.

Here's all the details for the midweek clash.

​When and where is the match? 

The match will take place on Wednesday, October 27.

It will be played at Hibs' Easter Road. Kick-off is 7.45pm.

Is Hibs vs Celtic on TV? 

No. The match has not been selected for coverage on Sky Sports meaning PPV streaming is the only way to watch.

Is there a live stream? 

Yes. Supporters of both teams will have to purchase pay-per-view coverage of the match from Hibs.

Live coverage will be shown exclusively on Hibs TV, with coverage starting at 6.45pm.

Dougie Donnelly will host the broadcast with John Hughes in the studio. Commentary will come from Cliff Pike and Tam McManus.

PPV passes are priced at £15 and can be purchased HERE.

What is the team news?

Hibs striker Christian Doidge will miss the match through a long-term achilles tendon injury. Melker Hallberg and Sean Mackie are also expected to miss out remaining sidelined.

Kyle Magennis and Daniel Mackay are doubts for Ross having suffered injuries.

Darren McGregor is also out after being sent off in Hibs' loss to Aberdeen at the weekend. But Ryan Porteous is back in contention after his red card at Rangers.

For Celtic James McCarthy could return to the fold after building up his fitness.

James Forrest, Chris Jullien and Greg Taylor are not expected to feature because of respective injury struggles.