Celtic's 13-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership won't guarantee them the title if the league season cannot be completed due to the deadly coronavirus outbreak.

The SPFL and SFA agreed to an indefinite shutdown of all leagues sparking frantic fears about how the governing bodies move forward. Some have called for the season to be null and void while others reckon Neil Lennon's men should be crowned champions due to their seemingly insurmountable lead.

There have been, as of yet, no concrete plans for a definitive conclusion to the league but UEFA recently outlined in a video conference that they had delayed Euro 2020 for a year in a bid to try and get worldwide leagues finished up by June 30.

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That would mean Celtic and Rangers could play the league out to a finish. Should that not happen, however, question marks would remain. One country who have already confirmed that they WON'T be handing the title to their current leaders is Spain and La Liga.

Spanish FA president Luis Rubiales recently ruled out awarding Barca the silverware as they currently sit two points ahead of Real Madrid. Speaking to AS, Rubiales said: "We have been working with UEFA for many days, by phone and by videoconference. We have put forward some proposals that have been satisfactorily approved. We already know what the situations are for the European, local and Euro competitions.

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“The competitions have to be finished before June 30. All teams have to play all the matches. That is what we discussed with the 55 member federations and with the Executive Committee. We have all voted favourably.

"The 19-20 season has to end with the same rules and not change, although the situation is exceptional. I cannot guarantee that the competition will end, as others have risked saying, before June 30. It is unfair that the competition ends with the classification as it is now.”