Rangers' replacement in the Scottish Premier League will be decided on Monday.
The stricken Glasgow club had its place in the fixture list for the forthcoming season taken by 'Club 12' following adminstration and subsequent liquidation.
A newco Rangers was denied entry back into the Scottish Premier League and still awaits its fate, with Scottish Football League clubs due to vote on Friday whether to admit the Rangers newco into Division One or Three.
But SPL chiefs will confirm the identity of the side to complete the elite league line-up after the weekend.
Dundee, who finished second in the First Division, are tipped to get the nod over Dunfermline, relegated from the top flight last season.
Hamilton, meanwhile, have still to decide which way they will vote in Friday's meeting of SFL clubs.
Around half of the SFL clubs who have made their views known are looking for the Gers to go into the Third Division, despite Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan warning of the "slow, lingering death" of the game if the Govan club were not voted into the second tier.
While the debate continues amid some acrimony, SFL chief executive David Longmuir is negotiating a package of reforms, including play-offs and a change in the share of monies and voting rights, with the SFA and the SPL, which he hopes will persuade his member clubs to allow the new Rangers to start again in the First Division.
The Lanarkshire club will wait until they see what is on offer before they come to a decision.
A statement released by the First Division club read: "As everyone will be aware the Rangers newco topic is generating significant discussion and taking up an incredible amount of time at every club in the country, whether directly affected or not.
"We wish to assure all Accies fans, and everybody who has been in touch, that every email and letter has been read and passed on to all Board Members.
"We are very much aware of the wide ranging views of our fans, and fans in general, on this matter. All emails have been acknowledged.
"This situation continues to change on an hourly basis behind the scenes, and it is simply not possible to provide public responses to all these changing scenarios.
"We need to consider all aspects of the various proposals and we still await clarity from our governing bodies prior to Friday's SFL meeting.
"The club will not be making any further comment until after Friday's meeting(s)."