Celtic’s unstoppable form shows no signs of unrelenting.
On Sunday, the Hoops battled back from a goal down to beat St Mirren 5-1 in Paisley.
Jota squeezed home an equaliser before Alistair Johnston bundled his team in front, with Liel Abada, Matt O’Riley and then Oh Hyeon-gyu all on target.
This means Ange Postecoglou’s team have won seven Premiership matches on the spin, accumulating 58 points from the last 60 available, which is remarkable.
As a result, the champions remain nine points clear of Rangers hoping to, at least, maintain that advantage here.
This is the first of two fixtures between Celtic and Hearts, with the two meeting at Tynecastle in the Scottish Cup little over 62 hours after this one finishes.
Heart of Midlothian come into this double-header having demolished St Johnstone 3-0 on Saturday, thanks to Josh Ginnelly’s brace and a clincher from Jorge Grant.
Robbie Neilson’s side have won seven of their last 12 league matches, losing just twice, so remain third, five points clear of Hibs.
Back in October, these two clubs played-out a seven-goal thriller in Gorgie, with Celtic coming from behind twice to prevail 4-3.
Will this clash at Celtic Park be equally as entertaining?