Virgil van Dijk and Joe Ledley both grabbed doubles as a much-changed Celtic strolled to a comfortable 4-1 win at Ross County to continue their unbeaten record in the Scottish Premiership.
Celtic did just enough to qualify to the play-off round of the UEFA Champions league after playing to a goalless draw with Elfsborg at the Boras Arena.
Gary Hooper's brace helped Celtic clinch the double as his side grabbed a 3-0 win over Hibernian in the Scottish Cup final. Joe Ledley's late strike completed the win and saw Celtic pick up their 36th Scottish Cup.
Celtic completed back-to-back title wins with a 4-1 victory over Inverness Caledonian Thistle to sew up top spot in the Scottish Premier League with four games remaining.
Rangers will have a rare opportunity to enjoy some of the spotlight this weekend when they visit Dundee United for a fifth-round Scottish Cup tie, while Celtic face First Division side Raith Rovers.
Celtic midfielder Joe Ledley says the Glasgow giants must put their shock League Cup exit aside if they are to maintain their strong domestic form, with a full round of SPL fixtures in midweek highlighted by the Bhoys hosting Kilmarnock.