Celtic are odds-on to cruise to a ninth consecutive Premiership league title, heading into the 2019/20 campaign clear favourites ahead of Rangers yet again - according to bookie SportNation.bet's SPFL Super Computer.

Despite Rangers' resurgence under Steven Gerrard, Neil Lennon's Bhoys are tipped to be as dominant as they have been over the last decade with odds as short as 1/3 on them winning their ninth title in a row - and just 10/11 to be the first ever side to make it ten out of ten, their shortest price yet.

The Gers, who would love to be the team to prevent their fierce enemy of making history, are tipped at 23/10 to win their first title since 2011 in what can barely be called a two horse race.

Nevertheless, Rangers are still much shorter than third-placed Aberdeen (24/1) and Hibernian (90/1), who look set to fill the Europa League spots with rivals Hearts (100/1) just missing out.

The biggest fallers from last season is forecasted to be Kilmarnock (200/1), tipped for a 6th place finish after losing manager Steve Clarke to the Scottish national side after leading them to an impressive 3rd last year and European football.

Despite their immediate return to the top flight, Ross County (2500/1) are favourites to suffer automatic relegation with St Mirren (2000/1) tipped to fight for their survival in the Premiership play-off final.

Number crunchers from the bookmaker have predicted who will win the SPFL Premiership by looking at market movements and variables as fixture list, form and the summer transfer window. 

A spokesman from SportNation.Bet said: "The odds clearly show that Celtic are still in a league of their own - with the gap between them and Rangers so big, they are overwhelming favourites to equal their tally of nine consecutive titles this season and take one step closer to an historic ten in ten."

SPFL Premiership predicted table with 2019/20 (odds on title win)

1. Celtic (1/3)
2. Rangers (23/10)
3. Aberdeen (24/1)
4. Hibernian (90/1)
5. Hearts (100/1)
6. Kilmarnock (200/1)
7. St. Johnstone (700/1)
8. Motherwell (750/1)
9. Livingston (950/1)
10. Hamilton Academical (1500/1)

12. St Mirren (2000/1)

11. Ross County (2500/1)


Celtic to win ten titles in a row: 10/11