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Supercomputer makes Celtic vs Rangers title prediction and picks out relegated Premiership side

Supercomputer makes Celtic vs Rangers title prediction and picks out relegated Premiership side

AS players head off to play for their international teams, the latest Scottish Premiership predictions have revealed that Rangers will be unable to catch Celtic for the title, Hearts will secure third place and struggling Dundee United will be relegated.

The supercomputer prediction via MyBettingSites has been forecasted using a range of informative outright odds markets to formulate what the final Scottish Premiership table will look like.

St Mirren, who recently secured a 2-0 win versus league leaders Celtic, are predicted to drop from fourth to eight place by the end of Spring and have higher odds to finish bottom rather than third.

Hearts will comfortably sit in their Europa League spot they are currently in, whilst Hibernian and Aberdeen will have to battle it out for a chance to play in Europe next summer.

Livingston and Motherwell are set to stay in the mid-table area of sixth and seventh.

Ross County and St. Johnstone are predicted to be the safe survivors from the bottom two relegation positions.

Dundee United will be the bottom team to sink to the Scottish Championship this season, while Killie will have to fight to survive in the top league via the play-off spot.

A MyBettingSites spokesperson said: “Rangers have had a shocking drop in their standards this season compared to last, which is why Celtic will be comfortable winners of the SPFL according to our latest forecast.

“The Supercomputer will upset St. Mirren fans as despite their really positive start to the season, they are predicted to finish closer to the bottom than third.

“Dundee United will be relegated whilst Kilmarnock will prepare to play the Championship sides to stay in the top division.”

PREDICTED TABLE IN FULL

1 Celtic

2 Rangers

3 Hearts

4 Hibs

5 Aberdeen 

6 Livingston

7 Motherwell

8 St Mirren

9 Ross County

10 St Johnstone

11 Kilmarnock

12 Dundee United

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