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Kris Boyd drops Rangers 'Treble is ON' quip and Celtic hero Chris Sutton can't stop laughing

Kris Boyd left co-pundit Chris Sutton in fits of laughter - joking the Treble for Rangers is still ON.

The Light Blues went into tonight's showdown with Dundee knowing they had to win to avoid handing Celtic the title. However, things couldn't have got off to a worst start for Philippe Clement and his troops with the visitors hitting a quick-fire first half double to send shock waves around the home support. It wasn't in the script but Ross McCausland pulled a goal back before the break to settle the nerves.

Cyriel Dessers then netted before Todd Cantwell's effort dropped into the net with substitute Scott Wright grabbing a double to complete a convincing turnaround and record a 5-2 win in the final Ibrox home match of the season. The three points means the title isn't over yet with Celtic requiring just a draw against Kilmarnock on Wednesday to clinch it. They've already lost twice in Ayrshire this season so will go into the clash with some caution, but know if they were to lose then they still only require a result on the final day at home to St Mirren.

Speaking after Rangers' win on Sky Sports, pundit Boyd couldn't help but joke that the clean sweep dream lives on, a statement - albeit said with tongue in cheek - that left Celtic hero Sutton in fights of laughter. He said on air: "He was instrumental (Todd Cantwell) in the second half. Rangers were really poor in the first half but in the second half came out and took the game to Dundee and scored some really good, well worked goals.

"Scott Wright when he came on, he got the two goals, but there was also a work rate, desire and willing to run. I think a lot of it came from a few of the young boys coming on and getting an opportunity and they done well. And, erm, the

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