Former Celtic right-back and now pundit Mark Wilson has remained tight-lipped on any title talk involving his old team, claiming that the race for the Scottish Premiership crown remains firmly on.

Currently, the Hoops sit three points clear at the top of the table ahead of the last five games.

Although they are in a prosperous position, Celtic still have a wealth of work to do before the season is out.

Celtic Players and Rodgers
Soccer Football – Scottish Premiership – Rangers v Celtic – Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain – April 7, 2024 Celtic’s Adam Idah celebrates scoring their third goal with teammates and manager Brendan Rodgers REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

As we have seen across the city, things can change in the blink of an eye, and Wilson has remained grounded. He said: [Clyde 1 Superscoreboard] “The title race is still on.┬áThree points with five games to go is nothing.

“I said at the weekend, I believe both teams will drop points between now and the end of the season and I include Celtic in that.”

In the several league matches that remain, there will be a host of twists and turns for both Celtic and Rangers.

Despite this, the Bhoys have been over the course countless times. They have won 11 out of the last 12 championships in Scotland and know how to get over the line.

Brendan Rodgers has a team of winners at his disposal but knows he and his players have a job to do between now and the end of May.

1 COMMENT

  1. Yes we need to take one match at a time and win them, top six teams have given us a few complications this season, so only a win is good enough.
    Don’t get like The Rangers and count those chickens before they hatch.
    Support the team always, we need to be louder and encourage the players.
    Any issues with the board can’t be done in front of our team.
    Hail Hail

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