A general view of Easter Road ahead of the Hibs-Celtic clash
Paul Heckingbottom used all his substitutes as the Easter Road side took a point from their first post-split match.
Made three terrific saves, including an injury-time header from Jozo Simunovic, to preserve his clean sheet. Commanded his six-yard box well too. 9/10 A superbly committed defensive performance from the Hibs captain who routinely thundered into tackles and came away with the ball. 9 Another who made some important interventions at the heart of the Hibs defence when Celtic were able to threaten around the penalty box. 8 His late block from Odsonne Edouard helped secure the point. Booked for fouling Jonny Hayes on the edge of the box, but that was his only negative on the day. 8 Like Gray on the other side of the back four, Stevenson routinely showed up well in one-on-one situations with opposing attackers. 8 Broke up play and executed a couple of clever crossfield balls. Switched on to Callum McGregor in the second half and helped keep him quiet but struggled against Tom Rogic. 8 Pressed well from No.10 and threatened with his ability to run with the ball. However, often failed to make the correct pass in the final third. 7 Passed the ball well and was a threat in attack when Hibs broke forward. Struggled to keep tabs on McGregor but fared better against Olivier Ntcham. 7 Hibs' most threatening attacker throughout the contest. He caused problems for the Celtic defence attacking both inside and out. 8 Didn't do much of note in the wide areas and his touch often let him down when he drifted inside. Hooked for Oli Shaw. 6 Headed over from a Stevenson crossed and was part of the late scramble with Shaw as the ball stayed out. Not a bad performance but not one of his better ones. 6 Wasted a great opportunity after being played free down the left of the box by Horgan. 5 His header set up the late chance for McNulty and Shaw, but otherwise he chased shadows in midfield. 5 On late for his first appearance since November. N/A