Celtic are just seven wins away from securing their ninth Premiership title in a row.

Neil Lennon's men are a whopping 12 points clear of rivals Rangers in the table, though Gers have a game in hand over the league leaders. That match won't matter much if Celts can maintain their terrific winning run where they've came out on top of their previous eight games since losing to Rangers before the winter break.

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The league split happens in mid-April and Celtic have five games before then against Livingston, St Mirren, Rangers, St Johnstone and Hibs. Rangers, meanwhile, could have six games against Hamilton, Ross County, Celtic, St Mirren and Motherwell - with a rescheduled St Johnstone match to fit in somewhere.

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Should both sides win all their remaining matches, Glasgow derby excluded, the Hoops would have a 9 point lead headed into the split and Celtic have a largely superior goal difference.

Therefore guaranteeing Celtic their ninth title in a row. Mathematically, though, they couldn't pick up the silverware until the second game since the split when they would merely have to avoid a defeat.

The schedule is still unknown as to where Celtic and Rangers will be playing their post-split matches. One thing is for certain, though - that Lennon's troops could incredibly match their 106 points tally from their Invincible season under Brendan Rodgers should they win their remaining 10 matches.