Celtic are top of standings

Where would Motherwell finish in the Premiership in a 2019 table?

Here we examine how the league would look if only calendar year results were taken into consideration.

The Scottish Premiership has been very competitive this season so where would teams finish if only 2019 results were looked at? (current league positions in brackets).

35 Points. The Hoops (1st) have continued their domestic domination this year with 11 wins and two draws from their 13 games in 2019. Only Livingston and Hibernian have held Celtic to 0-0 stalemates this year.

1. Celtic

35 Points. The Hoops (1st) have continued their domestic domination this year with 11 wins and two draws from their 13 games in 2019. Only Livingston and Hibernian have held Celtic to 0-0 stalemates this year.
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24 Points. Steven Gerrard's side (2nd) are trailing nine points behind Celtic and the Ibrox team's efforts during 2019 have seen them take 11 points less than the Hoops in this calendar year. Seven wins, three draws and two defeats.

2. Rangers

24 Points. Steven Gerrard's side (2nd) are trailing nine points behind Celtic and the Ibrox team's efforts during 2019 have seen them take 11 points less than the Hoops in this calendar year. Seven wins, three draws and two defeats.
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22 Points. The Easter Road side (5th) are the third best team in Scotland this calendar year and they owe a lot to new gaffer Paul Heckingbottom. Since replacing Neil Lennon in February 13, Hibs are unbeaten in 10 matches.

3. Hibernian

22 Points. The Easter Road side (5th) are the third best team in Scotland this calendar year and they owe a lot to new gaffer Paul Heckingbottom. Since replacing Neil Lennon in February 13, Hibs are unbeaten in 10 matches.
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22 Points. A bold tactical switch by Motherwell (8th) manager Stephen Robinson - changing from a rigid 3-5-2 formation to a much more attacking 4-3-3 - has yielded a stunning change of fortune for the Steelmen.

4. Motherwell

22 Points. A bold tactical switch by Motherwell (8th) manager Stephen Robinson - changing from a rigid 3-5-2 formation to a much more attacking 4-3-3 - has yielded a stunning change of fortune for the Steelmen.
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