With Celtic and their 77 points already secured and in the bag, it will take a major collapse in their last five games of the season to allow Glasgow Rangers, who are currently in second place on 66 points – to snatch the title on the last day.
I have spoken to a highly reputable psychic, ahead of these last five matches involving Neil Lennon’s Celtic and Steven Gerrard’s Rangers.
She assures me that there are super exciting times ahead for both sets of fans.
First of all she looked extensively into her crystal ball, and then she researched the results with her set of specialized tarot cards.
After she read the tea leaves and had her ouija board experience – this is her forecast of all the new batch of fixtures until the season finishes on Sunday 12 May 2019.
Next round of matches are as follows with these results:
Saturday 20 April – Hearts 0 Rangers 2 = 69 points to Rangers
Sunday 21 April – Hibernian 2 v Celtic 1 = 77 points to Celtic
Saturday 27 April – Celtic 0 v Kilmarnock 0 = 78 points to Celtic
Sunday 28 April – Rangers 1 v Aberdeen 0 = 72 points to Rangers
Saturday 4 May – Aberdeen 1 v Celtic 1 = 79 points to Celtic
Sunday 5 May – Rangers 2 v Hibernian 0 = 75 points to Rangers
Sunday 12 May – Rangers 1 v Celtic 0 = 79 points to Celtic & 78 points to Rangers.
Earlier in the game Alfredo Morelos gets yellow carded for a clumsy challenge on the Celtic goalkeeper, then would you believe it – Morelos scores the only goal of the game in the 65th minute.
He stupidly got himself another yellow card and then a red, for taking his jersey off and over celebrating his goal in front of the Celtic fans. What an idiot.
Sunday 19 May – Celtic 1 v Hearts 1 = 80 points to Celtic
Sunday 19 May – Rangers 2 v Kilmarnock 1 = 81 points to Rangers
Rangers fans around the world celebrate in style and the psychic becomes a multi-millionaire with all the new bookings she receives.
All of the above is called wishful thinking from a Rangers supporter who is attempting to write an amusing article on a serious subject.
I still believe in the Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus (ha, ha).
But hey – what if?