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Helicopter pilot David Blane delivered the Scottish League One trophy to Morton at Cappielow
Helicopter pilot David Blane delivered the Scottish League One trophy to Morton at Cappielow

Celtic and Morton are celebrating winning the Scottish Premiership and Scottish League One respectively, while Hearts and Albion Rovers had already wrapped up their title success in their respective Scottish Championship and Scottish League Two divisions.

In a thrilling day of football across the country, here is a list of what was decided and what is still up for grabs in the Premiership and the play-offs.

Scottish Premiership

Celtic won the league on Saturday with three games to go, having trounced Dundee the night before, as Aberdeen failed to beat Dundee United at Tannadice.

Aberdeen have secured at least second spot, but third place and a guarantee of qualifying games for the Europa League has yet to be decided.

Scottish Premiership topPlayedGoal DifferencePoints
Inverness CT34+1056
Dundee Utd34352
St Johnstone35-152

Inverness Caledonian Thistle, St Johnstone and Dundee United can all still clinch that spot, with John Hughes' third-placed team in the strongest position. They have 56 points from 34 matches, four points ahead of United and the Perth Saints, the latter having played one game more.

Two games that could prove pivotal will be the two matches outstanding between Inverness and Dundee United, both of which will be in the Highlands.

At the bottom, St Mirren's 3-0 defeat away to Partick Thistle means they are eight points adrift of second-bottom Motherwell with three games to go. That win for Thistle guaranteed their Premiership safety.

The Steelmen look like they will be dragged into the Premiership play-offs against the team to emerge from the play-off matches between Hibernian, Rangers and Queen of the South in the Championship.

Scottish Premiership bottomPlayedGoal DifferencePoints
Ross County35-1838
St Mirren35-3724

They are six points behind ninth-placed Kilmarnock, who lost 3-2 to Hamilton on Saturday, and 10th-placed Ross County, who are just behind Killie on goal difference.

Motherwell and the Staggies drew 1-1 at Fir park on Saturday.

Scottish Championship

Hearts ended their season on a high with two late Genero Zeefuik goals pinning Rangers back in a 2-2 draw.

That result had no bearing on the final league placings because Hibernian's 3-0 win at Falkirk meant they finished second and consigned Rangers to a two-legged quarter-final against fourth-place Queen of the South.

Hibernian will play the winner of that quarter-final to enter the two-legged Premiership play-off final against the team finishing 11th in the Premiership for a place in the top tier next season.

Scottish Championship topPlayedGoal DifferencePoints
Hearts (C)36+7091
Hibernian (play-off semi)36+3870
Rangers (play-off quarter-final)36+3067
Queen of the South (play-off quarter-final)36+1760

Alloa beat Cowdenbeath 3-0 on the final day to send the Fifers down to League One but the Wasps will have to endure the Championship play-offs because Livingston's 1-0 win over Queen of the South meant they finished above them on goal difference.

Scottish Championship bottomPlayedGoal DifferencePoints
Alloa (play-off semi-final)36-2227
Cowdenbeath (R)36-5525

Scottish League One

The Morton players lift the League One trophy at Cappielow
The Morton players lift the League One trophy at Cappielow

The helicopter headed for Greenock after Morton's win over Peterhead coincided with Forfar's defeat at home to Ayr United.

Stranraer clinched second spot with a win at Brechin.

Scottish League One topPlayedGoal DifferencePoints
Morton (C)36+2569
Stranraer (play-off semi)36+2167
Forfar (play-off semi)36+1866
Brechin (play-off semi)+1259

So, Morton are promoted to the Championship, while fourth-placed Brechin take on Alloa, who finished ninth in the Championship in the play-off semi-final. Stranraer and Forfar will contest the other semi-final, with second-place Stranraer enjoying home advantage in the second leg.

Scottish League One bottomPlayedGoal DifferencePoints
Stenhousemuir (play-off semi)36-2129
Stirling Albion (R)36-4920

At the bottom, Stirling were already relegated but finished their season with a 3-2 win over Stenhousemuir, who finished second bottom and now play East Fife, who finished fourth in League Two. Ayr avoided the play-offs.

Scottish League Two

Albion Rovers have won the league and are promoted to League One as champions.

Scottish League Two topPlayedGoal DifferencePoints
Albion Rovers (C)36+2871
Queen's Park (play-off semi)36+1761
Arbroath (play-off semi)36+1956
East Fife (play-off semi)36+853

There was no movement in positions two to four on the final day.

Queen's Park finished second and take on Arbroath in a two-legged League One play-off semi-final. East Fife play Stenhousemuir in the other semi.

Scottish League Two bottomPlayedGoal DifferencePoints
East Stirlingshire36-2643
Montrose (play-off final)36-3633

At the bottom, eighth-placed Berwick Rangers and second-bottom East Stirlingshire lost heavily on the final day but only Montrose are threatened with relegation.

Under Scottish football's pyramid system, they will play Brora Rangers in the Scottish League Two play-off final. After two 1-1 draws, the Highland League winners beat Lowland League champions Edinburgh City 4-2 on penalties in their semi-final.

Montrose, should they lose the play-off final, would drop into the Highland League.

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