Celtic continue to find life tough back at Champions League level.
On Tuesday night, once again, the Hoops paid the price for missed chances, beaten 2-0 at home by RB Leipzig.
This leaves Ange Postecoglou’s team rock bottom of Group F, with just one point to their name.
Celtic can only get into the Europa League by: beating Shakhtar Donetsk, getting a result at the Bernabéu and hoping RB Leipzig win in Warsaw.
In short, any sort of post-Christmas European football is a tall order now.
Back in the Premiership, the Celts’ don’t look quite as imperious as usual.
Last Saturday, they looked set to throw two points away at McDiarmid Park, with St Johnstone equalising in the 93rd minute.
Nevertheless, they went straight up the other end and, with the last kick of the game, Alexandro Bernabei’s cross was turned home by Giorgos Giakoumakis.
This maintains Celtic’s two-point lead at the top, so will they pull clear of Rangers ahead of their game on Sunday?
Hibernian meanwhile are winless in 15 visits to Celtic Park, dating back to 2010, but do travel to Glasgow in pretty good form.
Last weekend, Hibs made it four victories on the bounce; Ryan Porteous’ header downing Motherwell.
However, this streak did come to an end in midweek, with Lee Johnson’s side beaten 1-0 by Dundee United at Tannadice.
Will Celtic be far too strong at Parkhead?