SFL TREBLE

THANK God it’s the weekend again – and another chance for some serious flutters after the midweek international friendlies!

Once again our Scottish lower-league man Joe Wallace has been on the hunt for a winning treble and we start in the IRN-BRU First Division as Hamilton entertain Ross County.

Accies have been in decent form after slumping down from the SPL last season and are desperate to bounce straight back up at the first time of asking.

I reckon they will be too strong for County and I’m taking them as the first team in my SFL treble at 4-5 with Blue Square and William Hill.

Next up it’s Falkirk’s home encounter with Partick Thistle and I am going for the Bairns to take the sting out of the Jags. Go for a win for Steven Pressley’s boys at 11-10 with Unibet.

Finally we take a dip into the Third Division and focus on Alloa’s home clash with Clyde. After kickstarting their league campaign with a 3-2 victory at Stranraer last weekend Paul Hartley’s men will be looking to stay on the winning track.

I am going for the Wasps to be too sweet for the Bully Wee and am backing them to win at 5-6 with Victor Chandler.

SFL TREBLE

Hamilton

Falkirk

Alloa

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