PFA Scotland team of the year revealed as Celtic and Rangers stars dominate

It's often said that being voted by your peers is the ultimate honour for a footballer and so the PFA Scotland Team of the Year carries plenty of weight.

Premiership players have been casting their votes and the team for the 2023/24 season has now been revealed. As ever, Celtic and Rangers stars make up the bulk of the side with four Celts and three Gers making the cut. Cameron Carter-Vickers and Liam Scales have been a strong partnership for the champions and make it in and the back four is completed by Light Blues captain James Tavernier and Owen Beck, on loan at Dundee from Liverpool.

Behind them is Jack Butland who has been outstanding since moving for Ibrox on a free transfer from Crystal Palace. The midfield is made up entirely of Old Firm stars with John Lundstram, Matt O'Riley and Callum McGregor making a strong middle of the park.

When we get to the forward positions, that's when we can move entirely away from Glasgow. Lawrence Shankland of Hearts is the league's top scorer and a strong candidate for player of the year and so it's no surprise to see him there.

He's joined by Aberdeen's lethal North Macedonian Bojan Miovski and the surprise story of the campaign - Theo Bair.

PFA Scotland Team of the Year: Butland, Tavernier, Carter-Vickers, Scales, Beck, Lundstram, O'Riley, McGregor, Miovski, Shankland, Bair