A supercomputer powered by OLBG has predicted how the 2023/24 Premiership season will finish.

The remaining fixtures for the campaign have been simulated, with the supercomputer projecting results from earlier in the season to enable it to make its conclusions. 

And after a dramatic weekend of Scottish football action in the top flight, it's now Rangers who are backed to win the league.

The supercomputer predicts that Philippe Clement will lead the Ibrox club to their 56th league title, with Celtic now forecasted to finish second.

It follows on from Brendan Rodgers' side dropping yet more domestic points on Saturday. 

David Watson popped up with a delightful header as Kilmarnock earned a well-deserved point at Parkhead.

Onto Sunday, the initiative was then with Rangers to take advantage of the situation and leapfrog their arch-Glasgow rivals by two points - which they gladly accepted.

As for the rest of the league, it seems that Ross County's slump will be too much to overcome, with Livingston backed to escape automatic relegation at the Staggies' expense.

Hearts will comfortably finish third, while Killie will hang onto fourth spot to clinch another European slot in what has been a marked improvement under Derek McInnes this term.

Despite the arrival of Neil Warnock, Aberdeen are predicted to finish in the bottom six, alongside fellow strugglers Hibernian. 

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An OLBG spokesperson said: "It's set to be more joy for the blue half of Glasgow this season as our latest Supercomputer has revealed Rangers will beat Celtic to the title.

"Meanwhile, there could be trouble ahead for Livingston and Ross County, while Aberdeen will miss out on a top-six finish despite the help of experienced manager Neil Warnock."

Final predicted Premiership table in full: 

1) Rangers

2) Celtic

3) Hearts

4) Kilmarnock 

5) St Mirren 

6) Dundee

7) Aberdeen 

8) Hibernian

9) Motherwell

10) St Johnstone

11) Livingston 

12) Ross County