Celtic dropped yet more points at Easter Road this season as they played out a pretty uneventful game.

The hosts started brightly in a positive manner as Scott Bain was tested early on by Daryl Horgan and Stephane Omeonga before Celtic grew into the game.

Paul Hanlon saw a volley fly over whilst up the other end Odsonne Edouard hit wide before Ofir Marciano tipped over an effort from Olivier Ntcham but both sides lacked that final bit of quality in an even first half.

It took 65 minutes for the first real chance of the second half as Marciano was forced to push away a vicious free-kick from Edouard.

Much like the first half, the attacking quality from both teams was poor but Hibs nearly snatched a late winner as Oli Shaw got on the end of a knock down but couldn’t flick the ball past Bain who stood up well.

After that it was Celtic turn for a late chance as Timothy Weah found Edouard free in the box but the Hibs’ goalkeeper put up a strong arm to deny the Frenchman.

From the resulting corner, Marciano was called into action again as he tipped away a flying header from Jozo Simunovic.

A poor game by all accounts, here’s how we rated the players after today’s 0-0 stalemate.