KENNY MILLER believes the Scottish campaign should be completed, insisting it cannot be taken for granted that Celtic would have marched to the title. 

Belgium’s Jupiler Pro League has sent shockwaves across Europe by defying UEFA and unilaterally declaring their season over and naming Club Brugge, who lead Gent by 15 points, the champions.  

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That decision is likely to be ratified at a general assembly on April 14 but, in the meantime, it has set a precent which the SPFL must decide whether or not to follow during a series of crunch meetings next week. 

Like Brugge, Celtic boast a handsome lead at the summit of the Premiership - nevertheless Miller, who starred for both clubs, is adamant the could still be caught by Rangers if the league resumes. 

The former Scotland striker said: “I don’t think anything is decided yet, albeit there are favourites for certain things. 

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“Celtic are overwhelming favourites to go ahead and win the league, which they probably will. But stranger things have happened in football over the years and I don’t think anything should be taken for granted. 

“I’m sure Neil Lennon - if this [coronavirus shut-down] hadn’t happened - wouldn’t have been taking anything for granted and would be wanting to finish the job off. 

“So if it can be finished safely and we get the green light from the powers that be, I’d like to see it finished.”