Celtic are a cup final and a league win away from defending their domestic treble
Scott Brown has tipped Hibernian to pip Rangers and Aberdeen to second place.
Hibernian are closing in on Rangers and Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership table.
10-man Celtic handed Rangers a 3-2 loss during last month's Old Firm derby.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has been linked with West Bromwich Albion.
Wolverhampton Wanderers and Stoke City are both keen on Celtic goalkeeper Scott Bain according to reports, and Premier League football could tempt him.
Former Aberdeen striker Duncan Shearer seems to rate Celtic-owned Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Christie highly.
Hibernian are breathing down the neck of Rangers and Aberdeen in the race for second place.
Hibernian have lost just one of their last nine Scottish Premiership games.
Scott Brown has become subject to recurring malicious tackles recently.
Far more notable than Celtic reaching 61 domestic games in succession without defeat was the consummate ease with which they swatted aside a supposed threat.
Derek McInnes has turned down the opportunity to take charge of Sunderland and will instead remain as Aberdeen manager, the Scottish club have announced.
No sooner had Celtic completed their domestic treble by defeating Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup final than discussion moved towards what exactly Brendan Rodgers can do next. Celtic are believed to be keen on four players – a centre-back, midfielder, winger and striker – as they plan for the new campaign.