Kenny and Mark discuss the week ahead from Lennoxtown.
The highly-rated Dutch Under-21 internationalist joined Celtic in the summer on a four-year deal from FC Groningen where he had forged a reputation as one of the most promising defenders in the Eredevise.
A tall and commanding centre-back, he is comfortable on the ball but also relishes the physical contest.
On the books of Willem II as a youngster, he moved to Groningen as a teenager and was soon making inroads into the first-team. He became regularly involved during the 2011-12 campaign and his impressive performances earned him international recognition for his country's U21 side.
Continuing to excel for Groningen, he started attracting interest from bigger clubs and Celtic won the race for his signature in June, with the stopper becoming Neil Lennon's second recruit of the close season.
Van Dijk has been a stylish performer for Celtic throughout the campaign, while he's also chipped in with a few goals, most notably a solo effort against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park, which saw him gather the ball on the halfway line and waltz through the opposition before scoring.