CELTIC have been cut to 5-2 to finish the Ladbrokes Premiership season unbeaten after hitting back from 2-1 down to beat Rangers.
The top flight takes a break now with Brendan Rodgers' men 19 points clear at the top and having dropped just two points.
The title race is over and Ladbrokes make Celtic 12-1 to put the ribbons on the trophy before the next derby on March 11. And they are 16-1 to clinch the league with victory against their great rivals that day.
Ladbrokes go 150-1 for Celtic to win every remaining league match before this season is done and dusted but you have to expect the runaway leaders to take their foot off the gas at some point and the manager has said he will continue to blood Academy players..
Ladbrokes spokesman Paul Fulton said: “If Brendan's Bhoys make it until the end of May without defeat then we'll doff our caps and be left counting the cost of their incredible success.”