Brown has been nominated for the award after putting himself at the heart of an outstanding campaign for the Hoops, which has seen Brendan Rodgers’ side come tantalisingly close to securing back-to-back domestic trebles.
Brown is the hot favourite to take home the silverware but other nominees include Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd; Celtic winger James Forrest; and Hibs midfield maestro John McGinn.
But despite the undeniable talents of that trio, Sutton is demanding for Brown to be crowned the best player in Scottish football – but it appears McCoist and Steven Craigan still need a touch of convincing:
Who will be named Scotland's player of the year on Sunday night?@chris_sutton73: "Scott Brown. If he doesn't win it's a sham!"
Our Scottish football pundits are split between the Celtic captain and Kris Boyd… pic.twitter.com/BQ6Jd8JdJ7
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 27, 2018
Of course, there’s no denying Boyd’s enjoyed a brilliant season, with 20 goals to his name, but should he beat Brown to the prize?
What do you think?