Teams take a break from league action today as the Scottish Cup returns but things remain tight at the top.
Celtic currently lead the way with 57 points.
Rangers are following closely behind with 51 points in second.
Aberdeen and Kilmarnock are both tied on 46 points.
However, this could change come the end of the season and the stats geeks over at Football Web Pages have given us a glimpse of what the final standings could look like.
Their predicted results, based on the probability of each score happening, has generated a final table – but where will your team finish?
12th – St Mirren
The table predicts that St Mirren will come bottom with just 18 points.
11th – Dundee
Dundee will have to battle it out in the relegation play off after coming 11th with 26 points.
10th – Hamilton Academical
9th – Motherwell
8th – St Johnstone
7th – Livingston
6th – Hibernian
5th – Hearts
4th – Kilmarnock
It’s been a fantastic year so far for Steve Clarke but the computer predicts his side will miss out on Europe despite earning 79 points.
3rd – Aberdeen
The Dons will play in the Europa League again where they were knocked out by Burnley earlier this year.
They are the league’s third highest scorers with 68 goals.
Aberdeen finish ten points adrift of second place.
2nd – Rangers
It’s SPFL title heartbreak for Steven Gerrard and the ‘Gers.
They acquire 94 points, scoring 94 goals and conceding just 28.
Alfredo Morelos and Jermain Defoe cannot fire them to a first league title since 2011.
1st – Celtic
It’s an eight consecutive titles for the Bhoys and a fourth in a row for Brendan Rodgers.
Celtic maintain their 100 per cent record at home, not dropping a single point.
They also hit exactly 100 points and are predicted to draw just four games more and losing just two.