Scottish Premiership clubs have been given a huge boost ahead of the return of league action after it was announced today that there were yet again, no positive coronavirus tests across the Scottish clubs.

It may have been a bit of a concern to some, if a number of test had come back positive, with the Scottish Government being very reluctant of any rise in the cases due to the return of football in this country.

We have been without football for over four months, so many cannot wait to see the return of league action. The last time we seen Celtic run out was against St Mirren at Parkhead, in a comfortable 5-0 victory.

As well as being a boost to the fans and clubs, it will also show that the governments plan is currently working and people at these clubs are sticking to the plans of the new-norm of social distancing.

Fingers crossed this keeps up, so that there is no new twist in the tale, of league football returning to action at the beginning of August.