The Scottish Premiership is back after the international break and this weekend Celtic travel to Hearts.

Brendan Rodgers' side will be aiming to continue their winning streak in the league as they face off against their Edinburgh rivals.

Celtic are currently seven points ahead of Rangers in the Premiership title race and ahead of Sunday's fixture against Hearts they have been handed some positive injury news.

Attacker Daizen Maeda has shaken off a knock and defender Maik Nawrocki might feature in the squad following two months out with a hamstring injury. Stephen Welsh (ankle) and Liel Abada (thigh) remain out.

For Hearts, Yutaro Oda and Alex Cochrane both return after being sidelined since last month. Craig Gordon (leg) and Craig Halkett (knee) are back in training after lengthy absences but still unavailable for selection, while Nathaniel Atkinson (ankle), Stephen Kingsley (groin) and Barrie McKay (knee) are out.

Speaking ahead of the trip to Tynecastle, Celtic boss Rodgers said: “Any team playing away, it’s always nice to have a fairly large group of your supporters there to give you that backing but if they are not there, then we can’t use that as an excuse.

“We have shown already with no supporters that we can get big results. We will be very much together and the 500-odd supporters that will be there, hopefully we can give them a good day.

“Every club has got every right at this moment in time, to issue what they want to give to away supporters.

“Until there is something standardised, Hearts are more than willing to do that.

“Of course as a Celtic manager I love to see more supporters in there of course because they come from all over the place to follow their team.

“But hopefully we can standardise a certain percentage for away supporters and that allows all the supporters of all the teams to be able to go and watch their teams."