Celtic confirmed as champions
Celtic have been confirmed as the Scottsh Premiership champions for a ninth season in a row after the SPFL took the decision to end the season early.
An SPFL board meeting was held today and the 12 clubs agreed that it was unfeasible to play the remaining eight rounds of the season which was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The final placings have been determined by calculating the average points per game played.
The decision also means that Hearts have been relegated to the Championship.
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