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Last Updated: Thursday May 22 2008 12:14 GMT

Celtic and Rangers in SPL battle

A Rangers player and a Celtic player with the trophy

After the excitement of the Champion's League final there's even more drama to come as the Scottish Premier League is coming to end on Thursday.

Either Celtic or Rangers will be crowned SPL champions, but they won't be playing each other.

Celtic will be travelling to Dundee United, while Rangers visit Aberdeen.

The teams are going into their final matches level on points, but The Bhoys have a better goal difference of four.

Celtic's lead means they'll almost certainly lift the trophy if they beat Dundee United.

Celtic and Rangers players in an earlier match
The teams are level on points
Captain Stephen McManus wants to win the title in memory of Celtic legend Tommy Burns, who died last week.

A helicopter will be on standby to deliver the trophy to the winning team.