Celtic’s Easter visit to Easter Road wasn’t exactly beautiful.

The opening first 15 minutes was back and forth action, but Celtic slowly took control despite their lack of quality on the day. Several poor decisions for Celtic in the final third kept Hibernian level as Olivier Ntcham was the only one who worked the keeper in the first half, leaving the halftime score at 0-0.

The second half wasn’t any better. Celtic lacked quality all around the field. A couple of late saves from Hibernian keeper Marciano kept Celtic out from another late winner. The second straight scoreless match in the SPFL, making it 185 minutes since Celtic’s last league goal, which came from Ryan Christie in the 85th minute against St. Mirren.

The highly disappointing Easter for Celtic means that, assuming both Celtic and Rangers win the next two weeks, Celtic will have the opportunity to win the title at Ibrox in  weeks.

Here are four findings from Celtic’s draw against Hibernian: