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Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has admitted to the Greatest Game Podcast that the title race is over and Glasgow Rangers will come out on top this season.

Robertson, who remains a big Celtic supporter, has had to watch on this season as Rangers have extended a huge lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership table.

And the left-back admits that Celtic have left themselves too much to do now, with Rangers having the title in the bag.

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“It’s done now isn’t it,” the Liverpool man admitted. “It’s in the bag. No pressure, honestly just wrap it up now, it’s there’s to lose.

“It’s a difficult situation, when you come into a Liverpool training ground and he’s still flashes all over the place and everyone wants him to do well.
“Obviously I want him to do well, but I’ve been brought up as Celtic fan to not like anything to do with Rangers.

“He’s done an unbelievable job up there and closed the gap. He’s taken it to a new level this season and Celtic have struggled to keep up.”

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Robertson’s views reflect that of many Celtic supporters, as Rangers lead does now seem unassailable.

Steven Gerrard’s men have extended their lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership table to 21 points as things stand.

Celtic do have three games in hand but, crucially, Rangers just don’t look like slipping up.

Rangers have won 21 of their 23 league games this season and have still only conceded six goals all campaign.

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