Accies strong for top-of-table tie
Hamilton have a full squad available for the crunch clash with second-placed Dundee.
Player/manager Alex Neil continued his comeback after groin surgery by featuring in a Under-20 game in midweek and he is added to the squad.
Accies sit above their visitors on goal difference but Neil does not see this meeting as a make or break occasion.
He said: "It is a pressure game and the team that copes best with that will win, but it is not the be all and end all. There would be no point in winning and then losing our four remaining games."
Dundee striker Steven Doris misses out after picking up a groin injury.
He joins midfielder Stephen O'Donnell, who remains absent due to a knee problem, on the sidelines. But better news for manager Paul Hartley is the return of Kyle Benedictus after suspension and Jim McAlister's recovery from a knock.
Hartley said: "Hamilton are on a good run which started after they lost to Dundee in my first game in charge. They are a very good side going forward and they can score goals but we have players that can compete.
"It is a big game but it is worth the same amount of points as the rest."