BBC Scotland sports news correspondent, Chris McLaughlin has hammered home the point few in Scotland believe Celtic would have been caught if the season progressed like norma.
The BBC reporter goes one step further and believes there’s some within the Ibrox boardroom who will know the likely outcome of the season ending early will be Celtic as champions.
This means the grand standing going on in public is nothing more than a facade to keep their supporters on board. Had they been in Celtic’s position, we all know what side of the fence they’d been on.
The reality is, they blew their chance at stopping nine in a row, long before the shutdown came into play. You now have their support clutching at the flimsiest of straws when Celtic get their deserved title.
McLaughlin thinks the writing is on the wall for not only the Ibrox club, but for Hearts who could be the biggest losers of this scenario with relegation a real possibility.
Writing on the BBC website, Chris McLaughlin said: