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Rangers gift-wrap the Scottish Premiership title to Celtic after St Johnstone draw

Rangers gift-wrap the Scottish Premiership title to Celtic after St Johnstone draw

The hoops are eight points clear after more dropped points for Steven Gerrard’s side.

It looks set to be another league procession by Celtic as they went as short as 1/25 for the Scottish Premiership title after the weekend.

Rangers could only draw 0-0 with St Johnstone and are now 10/1 best price, while Brendan Rodgers’ side scored a late winner at Kilmarnock to all-but secure another step on their way to a history-making ten in a row. 

The implications of the goal from Celtic skipper Scott Brown sees Celtic go to their shortest price for the title all season, with a best price of 1/12 available. 

Rangers were as short as 4/1 before the weekend’s fixtures, but that price is long gone. In the last 24 hours, 72% of bets have gone on Celtic, with punters unfazed by their now short price. 

Rodgers is on the cusp of completing an unheard of ‘Triple Treble’, with his side at evens best price to win the Scottish Cup. Rangers are 5/1 and will feel it is now their only chance remaining to bloody the nose of their greatest rivals this season.

Oddschecker spokesman George Elek: "A lacklustre performance at home to St Johnstone combined with Celtic capitalising in dramatic fashion has left bookmakers with just one realistic winner of the Scottish Premiership."

"Rangers pursuit of 55 league titles this year always seemed optimistic - but now it seems near on impossible. Bookmakers agree."