THE SPFL have done their best to dodge a potential title clincher for Celtic against their rivals from Govan but in doing so they have set up a nice little coincidence for the club.
Celtic will now host The Rangers on the 29th April, and if your memory is good you will know that was the date last year when the final fixture was played where Celtic thumped the Ibrox side 5-1.
The SPFL have now made, 29th April the official 'Smash The Rangers Day!'
Remember last years event pic.twitter.com/OMMt8jyq50
— JT (@1888JT) April 11, 2018
Instead of the planned Glasgow Derby straight after the split, the SPFL opted to send Celtic to Edinburgh where they will win the title at Easter Road should they win.
If Celtic fail to win that game then it will roll over to the Glasgow Derby anyway.
Can Celtic end the season strong?
How many points will we get on the board? Considering the amount of draws we’ve had this season, can we realistically get 15/15 points up for grabs. pic.twitter.com/w1QrbtFmx1
— CeltsAreHere (@CeltsAreHere) April 11, 2018