Kris Ajer of Celtic and Hibs' Drey Wright battle for the ball at Easter Road
Here's how we make our decisions on how to grade the players. Everyone, starter and sub, begins on a rating of 6.
Player ratings scale - 10: One of the best performances you've seen. 9: Outstanding. 8: Very good. 7: Good. 6: Average. 5: Poor, 4: Very poor. 3: A terrible day at the office. 2: Abysmal. 1: One of the worst performances you've seen.
Might have expected to be busier but still pulled off some fine saves to deny Elyounoussi several times, Forrest, and McGregor. Fitting to keep a clean sheet in his last game
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Club captain made his first start of the campaign and put in a fine performance at right-back
Immense at the back. Two clean sheets in three days and he rolled back the years with a commanding performance.
Solid showing. Nothing daft, safety first when needed, and a clean sheet.
The usual dependable performance from the veteran left-back. Popped up with some nice tackles and kept Kenny quiet
Played his first full 90 of the 2020/21 season and performed well on the right. Some good tackles and always keen to go forwards.
Some nice touches in the midfield but one of his quieter games
Another really impressive showing in the middle of the park. On this sort of form, he's a must-start for next weekend
Another 70 minutes for the attacker which will do him a world of good ahead of the final.
Started brightly in a forward role and pace caused Celtic issues. Faded a bit later in the second half before a knock saw him subbed
Mr Versatile was deployed as a centre-forward, and didn't do a bad job. Had one shot of note which he sliced out for a goal kick but put in a shift before making way for Doidge
Made a nuisance of himself and nearly set up Irvine for the winner
Came close to a late winner
Played in a more advanced position on the left and enjoyed some forays forward
On for Gray in the last 20 minutes. Kept things tight at the back