Celtic host Hibernian at Parkhead on Sunday hoping to pick up another three points to stay at the top of the Scottish Premiership.

Midweek Europa League action saw Celtic lose 2-0 to Cluj in Romania and ending their 12th consecutive win across all competitions.

However, since Celtic had already qualified for the last 32 of the Europa League and cemented their position at the top of Group E, it looked as though Neil Lennon was resting his key players.

This weekend, Celtic will be hoping to make a comeback as they face the Edinburgh side, who are growing in confidence since the appointment of new manager Jack Ross.

But is the game on TV? If so, what channel? What's the team news?

Here's all you need to know about Celtic's upcoming fixture.

Where's the game being played?

Hibernian make the trip to Glasgow to face the Hoops at Celtic Park on Sunday, December 15.

Kick-off is it 3pm.

Is the game on TV?

Unfortunately, the game is not being shown live on TV.

Celtic TV subscribers outside the UK and Ireland can watch on site.

Alternatively, you can follow our live blog on Herald and Times Sport on the night.

Team news

Odsonne Edouard could be fit for this fixture after being left out of the squad that faced Cluj on Thursday night. He got some game time on Sunday’s Betfred Cup Final against Rangers so that extra time might have helped his recovery.

Hatem Abd Elhamed is currently still nursing an injury he picked up a few weeks ago.

Jonny Hayes and Boli Bolingoli could return to the Celtic squad after being rested, and Leigh Griffiths could join the game in some capacity after managing a whole 90 minutes in Celtic’s match against Cluj.

Defender Darren McGregor is still pushing for a comeback for Hibernian after he scored in the club's 6-0 reserve win over St Mirren in early December.

The 34-year-old has been out for nearly four months after an abdominal injury.