Rangers could pip Celtic to the Premiership title on the final day of the season - with goal difference being the deciding factor between the two.

That's the viewpoint of Ibrox hero John Brown.

Brendan Rodgers' side is currently three points ahead of Rangers at the summit of the table. 

Philippe Clement's side can wipe out that advantage and leapfrog the champions with a win of a margin of more than two goals against Ross County on Wednesday evening. 

And Bomber Brown reckons it will be nip and tuck until the final day of the top six splits come May, with his former team triumphing in dramatic circumstances

He told PLZ Soccer: “It starts to get interesting now. Who can handle it? The pressure of being at the top of the league. We’ve got a chance. The manager will just want to win the game on Wednesday.

"Whether we score enough goals to go top, he’ll want to win the game. You don’t even think about a score. It’s just preparing and whatever happens, happens.

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“This league will go right to the last game of the season. It will go down to probably the Old Firm games and it might be goal difference. We’ve got momentum which is good. Celtic have had a few wobbles and I’m sure there will be a few wobbles to come but with the way we’re playing I’m confident we can put Celtic under pressure.

"But we’re playing against a team who won a Treble last season and they’ve been flying. We’re in a good position just now to peg them back which we have.”

Meanwhile, Leon Balogun jokingly warned Rangers team-mate Mohamed Diomande to 'bring your shinguards' to training after a dressing room jibe.

The Ibrox new boy irked Balogun as he wore an Ivory Coast shirt into Auchenhowie after his nation triumphed over Nigeria in the Africa Cup of Nations.