Supercomputer predicts next league winner between Celtic and Rangers

The transfer window is barely open with a couple of months still to go. Pre-season training camps are getting underway with the first friendly matches starting to be played for some clubs. But already there’s a firm interest in predicting who will come out on top between Celtic and the Rangers in the Premiership title race in the 2022/23 campaign.

It must be said that this promises to be one of the most interesting title races in a long time, with both Glasgow giants looking pretty close to each other before the start of a season, for the first time after more than a decade.

As reported by Glasgow LiveBonusCodeBets booted up their supercomputer for another season to see how it goes along with the latest odds, with Celtic placed as the favourites to be crowned champions once again, while Rangers are placed behind the Hoops. Hearts and Hibernian make up the top four, while Aberdeen are fifth.

Elsewhere in the Premiership, the predictions are for a tough season at both St Mirren and Ross County with the pair predicted to be filling the bottom two positions next season.

Supercomputer has great news for Celtic ahead of the 2022/23 campaign

There will no doubt be lots of factors fed in to the calculation. The tremendous turnaround led by the arrival of Ange Postecoglou at Celtic last season at Parkhead and of course the flying start the Hoops have made to the transfer window cannot be overlooked. They’ve already completed several big moves.

At the same time though, one has to remember that football will have to be played on the pitch and not on paper. No supercomputer could have predicted Celtic finishing 25 points behind the Rangers in the 2020/21 campaign with 10IAR up for grabs.

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