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Baaheeduk

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The new firm against the old firm eh!

I think Utd and Aberdeen will give both teams a run for their money? Anything can happen.

I can see two low scoring draws on the cards therefore think Celtic will win it on GD.
 

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Celtic and Rangers battle it out for the SPL title on the final day of the season on Thursday.

Celtic who take on Dundee United, have a slender advantage over their arch-rivals due to their superior goal difference.

However, Rangers will be going all out Aberdeen in a bid to repeat their famous 2005 success when they beat Celtic on the final day of the season after they slipped up at Motherwell.

The evening's final game sees Hibernian entertain Motherwell at Easter Road.


Celtic v Dundee United

Celtic have a full squad for their SPL title decider against Dundee United.

Andreas Hinkel could come back into contention after missing the win over Hibernian with a knock.

Scott Brown is also pushing for a recall after losing his central-midfield place to Barry Robson.

Dundee United captain Lee Wilkie will miss out in order to protect him for next season.

The centre-half is one booking away from a three-game ban so manager Craig Levein will use Garry Kenneth instead in the final game of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.

Mihael Kovacevic is fit after being involved in a training ground incident with Wilkie last weekend so Levein has a full squad to choose from.


Aberdeen v Rangers
Sasa Papac is rated doubtful for Rangers' SPL game against Aberdeen.

The full-back is still struggling with a thigh strain and faces a fitness test before deciding whether he should make the trip to Pittodrie.

However, Rangers are boosted by the return of Carlos Cuellar for the title decider after the defender missed Monday's win at St Mirren through suspension.

Aberdeen defender Zander Diamond returns from a two-game suspension.

Midfielder Jamie Smith is also back in contention after missing much of the season with a persistent hamstring injury. Lee Mair and Jonathan Smith also return to the squad.

However, manager Jimmy Calderwood is without defenders Andrew Considine and Richie Byrne through injury, while loan pair Sone Aluko and Josh Walker are on international duty with England Under-19s.

Hibernian v Motherwell

Hibernian manager Mixu Paatelainen is without suspended duo Martin Canning and Ian Murray for their final SPL game against Motherwell.

The pair were both sent off in the 2-0 defeat at Celtic on May 11 and miss out.

Merouane Zemmama remains sidelined with a broken foot, while Kevin McCann is again likely to be absent with a knee injury.

Four players - Colin Nish, Chris Hogg, Filipe Morais and John Rankin - go into the game only one booking short of bans for next season, but Paatelainen will not let that influence his selection.

Motherwell manager Mark McGhee is set to make changes against Hibs.

On-loan Luke Daniels is likely to start in goal while teenage striker Jamie Murphy may be handed his first start.

Bob Malcolm has returned from suspension but skipper Paul Quinn is still sidelined with a broken jaw.
 

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WHO GETS THE GLORY...

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Celtic to Win 2-0
Rangers to Win 2-1

Celtic to win the league :)
 

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Well Well Super Well Super Motherwell

2-0 away tae hibs to top off a great season 08-09 will be great for us :)

Cheers
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