It looks like the Jags are off the bottom thanks to Niall McKeown's first-half goal.
Paul McGowan is inches away from winning the game for Dundee - reaching the ball at the near post but knocking it across goal and just wide of the far post.
Not a classic. Ten-man Hearts hold on for a point.
Replacement Odsonne Edouard comes close to a fourth Celtic goal after James Forrest breezes past Dominic Ball and picks out the Frenchman in the box. His shot is deflected wide and the resultant corner comes to nothing.
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Such a crucial goal and it came just at the point that the home side seemed to raise their urgency a touch.
Anthony Stokes had looked increasingly threatening before a fortunate break proved key when Brandon Barker played the ball across and Kenny Van Der Weg diverted past his own keeper.
County look like slipping to bottom of the table as the winless run moves towards seven.
Dundee hit the woodwork for the third time.
Defender Jack Hendry gets on the end of a free-kick and heads off the post. Substitute Scott Allan gets to the rebound but can't get the ball into the net through a ruck of defenders.
Hibs' pressure pays off as teenage striker Oli Shaw diverts Brandon Barker shot into the net - or did it come off defender Kenny van der Weg? The home fans are a bit happier now...
County are heading for the bottom of the table unless they can find a response.
Scott Fox comes to the visitors' rescue again, with the Ross County goalkeeper saving from Anthony Stokes as the striker tries to curl the ball into the far corner.
Almost an equaliser at Firhill and what a goal that would have been. David Templeton takes aim from around 30 yards and drifts a beautiful left-foot shot goalwards but it rattles off the bar.
Oh dear, a moment to forget for Kenny McLean, who sells his goalkeeper short with a dreadful backpass. Olivier Ntcham gleefully collects the loose ball and notches Celtic's third goal. The hosts have been dominant since half-time.
A second booking for Hearts' Harry Cochrane and the 16-year-old picks up his first senior sending off - a week after scoring his first senior goal.
A great opening for the home side as Anthony Stokes sends Martin Boyle through on goal with a lovely pass, but the speedy winger's effort is blocked by Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox.
What a comeback from St Mirren. The Paisley side now lead 3-2 at Queen of the South thanks to Gary MacKenzie's first goal of the season.
Celtic make their second-half dominance pay, and it's former Dons man Jonny Hayes who scores against his former side.
There was chaos in the Aberdeen box, as Mark Reynolds' diving header cannoned back off a team-mate and into the path of Hayes, who slotted from close range.
Aberdeen launch their first dangerous attack of the second half, as Kenny McLean's shot is deflected narrowly wide of goal. From the corner that follows, Kari Arnason flashes a header just off target.
Derek McInnes then tinkers with his frontline, Nicky Maynard replacing Adam Rooney.
Tomas Cerny needs to look sharp to beat away a shot from David Templeton as Partick Thistle get themselves in a mess in their own penalty box.
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Thistle still in charge but the lead is a precarious one, particularly when you have the leakiest defence in the league. Chris Erskine, who has arguably been Thistle’s best player, has been replaced by Miles Storey, which is a slightly curious move.
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It's all gone a tad flat which will suit the visitors.
Hibs are huffing and puffing but really lacking any concerted pressure or creativity to unlock County's solid looking defence.
It's oh so quiet with moans and groans coming from the stands.
Celtic are squandering chances left, right and centre... Moussa Dembele breaks clear, exchanges passes with Scott Sinclair, then lifts his shot over the crossbar. Will the hosts pay for their profligacy?
The fare is improving in Perth as Hearts keeper Jon McLaughlin tips away a curling shot from substitute David Wotherspoon.