Joe Hart: The former Manchester City and England No.1 was a total spectator in the first half and that did not change after the break. Hart will have had fewer easier games in his career. The shot-stopper is proving to be a popular figure at the club and he took one step closer to netting his first medal for Celtic. 7

Anthony Ralston: Returned to the starting fold after being axed for the Livingston clash. The full-back proved once again that he possesses a superb engine. He galloped forward at every opportunity and it is only his final delivery into the box that lets him down on occasion. 7

Cameron Carter-Vickers: The on-loan Tottenham centre-back continues to impress with every passing game in a Celtic jersey and was unlucky to see a header whistle past from an excellent set-piece delivery from Turnbull's corner-kick in the first half. Both he and his defensive partner Starfelt strolled through the contest and looks every inch a solid acquisition. 8

Carl Starfelt: The Swedish central defender was restored to first-team duty and looked sloppy in the opening exchanges but recovered easily enough and was rarely troubled all evening and looks to be forming a bond and decent understanding with Cameron Carter-Vickers. 7

Adam Montgomery: The youngster was deployed at left-back and looked assured and resolute. He has never let his manager down whenever he has been handed his first team opportunity and can be totally satisfied with his contribution. Looks a decent prospect for Celtic. 7

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James McCarthy: The Republic of Ireland international started back-to-back games for the first time. He showed his class with an exquisite defence-splitting pass that released Jota to bag the opener. It was a telling contribution and worth the admission money alone as the former Everton and Crystal Palace star looked very much at home in the heart of the engine room. 8

David Turnbull: The Scotland midfielder slammed a poor free-kick into the Raith defensive wall and looked off the pace but suddenly sprung to life at 2-0. He curled a beauty into the net for the third on 46 minutes to notch up a goal on his landmark 50th appearance and his corners and set-pieces also caused consternation in the visiting defence. 7

Liel Abada: The Israeli winger's form has dipped of late although he showed real predatory instincts and was in the right place at the right time to head home a crucial second after Jota had warmed the palms of Jamie MacDonald with a stinging shot. It was Abada's fifth goal of the season which is already a decent return. 6

Tom Rogic: The Aussie's killer touch deserted him for most of the opening 45 minutes. He started to link well with Turnbull after Celtic had gone 2-0 up and there is real guile about his play at times. He also spurned a glorious opportunity to score when he hammered an effort straight at MacDonald after the restart. 6

Jota: The on-loan Portuguese winger finished with great style and aplomb after the cutest of passes from McCarthy set him clear. He almost had a second moments later when he crashed an effort off a Raith defender and he also volleyed over the top. He looked a bright spark all evening and more displays of that ilk will see Celtic exorcise their right to buy clause. 8

Albian Ajeti: The attacker claimed a penalty on 22 minutes when the ball appeared to strike Christophe Berra's arm in the box but nothing was given. The Swiss star was caught on his heels and needed to be more alert after clever Jota dummy but he failed to get a shot away and seemed to do most of his good work outside the box. 6

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Josip Juranovic: The Croatian international defender came on for Abada after 60 minutes as Celtic comfortably saw the game out. 4

Liam Scales: Replaced Ajeti on the hour mark as the Irishman was handed his Celtic debut but the game was well and truly over as a contest by then. 4

Nir Bitton: The Israeli was given the last quarter of the contest as the impressive McCarthy was given a well-earned rest. 3

Ismalia Soro: The Ivorian was given a 22-minute run-out in place of Rogic to get some game time into his legs. 3

Subs not used: Scott Bain, Georgios Giakoumakis Boli-Bolingoli, Osaze Urhoghide, Stephen Welsh.