Celtic have been issued with two charges by the Scottish Football Association over a failure to ensure their players "conduct themselves in an orderly fashion".

The charges relate to last month's William Hill Scottish Cup win at Partick Thistle and Sunday's 4-1 triumph over Hamilton at the Foys Stadium.

There will be a hearing on Thursday, February 20.

Hamilton have also been hit with the same charge from Sunday's match - an apparent breach of Disciplinary Rule 204, which relates to the behaviour of players and staff.

Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths escaped punishment on Tuesday for an alleged stamp on Accies defender Sam Woods.

But the clubs will now have to answer for the conduct of the players during the melee that followed the first-half incident.

Griffiths dragged Woods to the ground as they clashed on the half-way line and then appeared to bring his right foot down on Hamilton defender's prone body.

There was then an exchange of pushes between the Scotland international and Hamilton midfielder Alex Gogic as players from both sides rushed in.

Celtic's other charge relates to a stoppage-time incident during their 2-1 cup win over the Jags at Firhill.

Defender Jozo Simunovic was seen to confront referee Alan Muir after the official awarded a late penalty to the Ladbrokes Championship side.

More to follow.