Krys is back in hosting duties, while John continues his run on the podcast as the guys discuss the weekend action. It’s a mixed bag for Hibernian who reached the Scottish Cup semi final but slipped further behind Falkirk in the race for second to Rangers.
In League One, Dunfermline can taste the title, but there’s still plenty to play for behind them and especially at the bottom where Brechin and Forfar are reeling in Stenhousemuir. Meanwhile in League Two it’s still as open as it’s always been.
Of course, the big question is just how pivotal a weekend was it in the Premiership? A late winner for Celtic coupled with defeat for Aberdeen puts Deila’s men one step closer to five in a row, although a look at the fixtures suggests it’s far from a done deal. Dundee United gained a point on Kilmarnock, but will it be a vital point or another missed opportunity to close that gap at the bottom further? And with the split imminent, who will see out the season in which half of that divide?
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