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Less than 24 hours after the European Super League was crumbling down around Florentino Perez, couldn't even save is own competition what chance did he have of saving football, a 'British Super League' was being discussed.
The idea is that, after years of speculation, Celtic and Rangers would head south to compete against the top clubs in England.
According to the reports the Premier League feels it needs a shake up, with or without a Super League, and the top league in Scotland would instantly become more competitive without the two Glasgow powerhouses.
Steven Gerrard ended nine years of Celtic domination earlier this season but if the two teams did move to England then that apparently wouldn't transfer so well.
According to a Supercomputer, via the Sun, Celtic would be in 11th place after 32 games this season whilst Rangers would be down in 19th of the 22 teams.
The bettingexpert.com computer worked out the table based on the two clubs points-per-game record against English opposition.
A spokesperson for the website said, "Rangers have typically struggled when facing Premier League opponents, but one caveat is their impressive title win this season, as well as a strong run in the Europa League that could give them a better chance in the Premier League than history suggests.
"Celtic have experienced a dip this year, but recent results against English clubs suggest they might be better suited to coping with a significant step up in quality."
Despite their historical advantage though, there is no doubt that Gerrard's current crop is better suited to the step up in quality than their cross city rivals.
Not only did the Gers wrap up the title at the beginning of February, but they also proved their ability against teams in Europe by reaching the Europa League quarter finals.
Former Spurs midfielder Jamie O'Hara believes that the Ibrox side would be the ones to stay up from the Premier League but thinks the Hoops would be relegated.
For the Super League to happen though the Premier League would likely have to relegate more teams as a 22 team league isn't likely, especially with the changes to the Champions League.
How do you think the two sides would do? Let us know in the comments.
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