THE matches keep coming thick and fast in the Scottish Football Leagues – and our lower-league man Joe Wallace has been back on the case in the hunt for a winning treble.
We kick off in the Irn-Bru First Division and Dunfermline's home clash with Ross County.
Jim McIntyre's Pars suffered a real blow in their promotion push at the weekend as they lost 3-1 at home to Morton.
The East End Park men never really got out of the blocks against the Cappielow side and can have no complaints about finishing up empty-handed.
In contrast Ross County recorded their first win under new boss Jimmy Calderwood at the weekend as they earned a 2-1 victory over Falkirk.
I reckon County will give the Pars a real test but with so much at stake I believe McIntyre's men will just sneak it and they are the first side in my treble (17-20, Victor Chandler).
We move on to the Second Division and tried and trusted Livingston's trip to face Stenhousemuir.
Gary Bollan's men are charging towards the title after winning five of their last six matches and I think they will blow away the Ochilview men. Take them at (4-6, totesport).
We finish up in Division Three and turn our attention to Berwick's clash with East Stirling at Shielfield.
Shire have been dire in recent weeks, losing five of their last six games.
Berwick had been struggling but have now won three of their last four matches, including a 4-0 thrashing of Elgin at the weekend.
I reckon Jimmy Crease's men can carry on their decent run and they complete my SFL treble (3-4, totesport).