The 12 Scottish Premier League (SPL) clubs will meet today to decide on the future of The Rangers FC in the League.
Rangers remains in administration ahead of liquidation, but SPL clubs will be deciding whether to admit a new company (newco) that will eventually trade as Rangers.
In a bid to make the club financially viable, the club's assets have been split from its debts with the debts remaining with the old company.
The newco requires a majority of eight votes in order to be admitted to the SPL. The majority of clubs have already said they will oppose this.
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