Fowler, Millen and Dicker taking the team on Tuesday...
Kilmarnock will begin the hunt for a new boss on Monday with Tommy Wright and Stephen Robinson both in the frame.
The Rugby Park board will meet to plot a way forward after the weekend dismissal of Alex Dyer who paid the price for a run of eight defeats in their last 11 games.
That 3-2 home loss to St Johnstone proved to be the final straw for Killie owner Billy Bowie, who will lead a recruitment process to find a replacement.
Ex-Saints boss Wright is understood to be keen on the post and set to be high on the wanted list.
Ex-Motherwell boss Robinson is also looking for a quickfire return to the Premiership.
Record Sport under-stands the Irishman’s interest in the job has been registered but any appointment would impact his Fir Park severance package.
The 46-year-old has still to receive his final pay-off from the Lanarkshire club and under the terms of the financial agreement, he would forgo a portion of his compensation payment if he was to resume employment so soon after quitting his role on New Year’s Eve.
It’s also understood that bookies’ favourite and former Livingston boss Gary Holt will not be applying for the post having recently taken up the role as sporting director at Falkirk.
The Kilmarnock legend would be a popular appointment among fans but they look set to be disappointed as the 47-year-old is unlikely to be a candidate having twice been interviewed for the job before Steve Clark and Angelo Alessio’s appointments.
As the axe fell on Dyer after the defeat to Saints leaves them just five point ahead of bottom club Hamilton, Clevid Dikamona admitted crisis-hit Killie are in big relegation trouble.
They will have head of football operations James Fowler, current assistant boss He Who Shall Not Be Named and Gary Dicker in the dugout tomorrow night when they host Celtic. The French defender fears he’ll face another drop nightmare like he did at Hearts last term unless the Rugby Park outfit sort themselves out.
Dyer was axed after his team threw away a 2-0 lead and Dikamona says Killie have to halt their slide right now in case Covid KOs the campaign.
The stopper was in the Tynecastle squad left stranded in bottom spot when the 2019/20 season was curtailed and he says his team have to stop the rot in case the same thing happens again.
Dikamona said: “With the virus, we don’t know. Maybe the season could be shut down. Maybe the government thinks they’ll stop everything. So we need to make sure we are away from the position [bottom] after all games.
“I was in this position last season with Hearts and we can’t give up. We still have some points more than the teams behind us, but we need to react right now.
“Not tomorrow, not in one week or one month. Right now. To make sure we at least keep the distance from relegation.
"Don’t think we’ll be okay next game. Maybe you can think the teams behind you also won’t win, but if we keep doing s**t like we did here [against St Johnstone], we’ll be in danger.
“In fact, we are already in danger.”