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Who wins Scottish Championship 2017/2018?

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Although this season is not over yet and in the Scottish football leagues we follow uncertain and very interesting finish, somehow we are slowly starting to be interested for next season. Season 2017/18 will kick off with the Betfred Cup group stages commencing on the weekend of July 15 and each of the 40 participating clubs at that stage playing four fixtures across five dates (July 15 / 19 / 22 / 26 / 29).

The big kick-off for 2017/18 Scottish League football across the Ladbrokes Premiership, Championship, League 1 and League 2 will take place on the weekend of Saturday, 5 August, 2017. The winter break will remain for the Ladbrokes Premiership, and will take place from 1 January to 19 January 2018.

The final fixtures for the League seasons in Ladbrokes Championship, League 1 and League 2 (fixture round 36) will be on the weekend of Saturday, 28 April, 2018 while the Ladbrokes Premiership’s final League matches of season 2017/18 (fixture round 38) will take place on Saturday, 12 May and Sunday 13 May, 2018.

In the Scottish championship we are expecting as always great and entertainig fight for the promotion to the Shottish Premier league.The biggest battle is expected to run between Falkirk, Dundee Utd.,Morton, and Motherwell and as well as favorites from the shadow Inverness and Dunfermline. But of course first we have to wait to finish this season and see which of these teams through the playoffs will succeed take place in Premier League.

In the Scottish League One fight for a place in the Championship league is still very open this season. Even four teams are in contrast to the three points and fighting for the last two places in playoff. Certainly expect teams who will fail to qualify for the league above this year are the favorites to do so next season.These teams are Alloa, Airdrieonians, Brechin, East Five, Queen’s Park, Ayr and maybe Raith.

Certainly before us is long summer and transfer window, and then many things can change.

So far we can tell for sure that Celtic footballers have won 48th Scotland title.

Hibernian won the championship division title and secured a place in the best Scottish football league next season.

Livingston will be back in Scottish championship after winnig the League One title.

In League Two everything is still very open.Arbroath and Forfar are fighting for the first place. And Annan, Montrose, Elgin and Stirling are fighthing for the playoffs spots.

We look forward to playoff duels this season which was phenomenal and struggle leads to the very end. Although this was perhaps the most interesting championship in all leagues in Scotland, next season we expect something more spectacular. Because we accustomed Scottish football to be from season to season  better and better.