IT'S the penultimate weekend in the Scottish Football Leagues – so we only have two more chances to give the bookies a battering before the end of the season.
Once again our lower-league man Joe Wallace has been on the case in the hunt for a winning treble.
And after last week's pick of Dunfermline, Falkirk and Arbroath came up trumps let's hope for more success this time around.
We kick off in the Irn-Bru First Division and Falkirk's home clash with Ross County. The Bairns' title push is all but over and only the most sensational series of results could see them beat Dunfermline, who are six points ahead of them with two games to go, to the title.
But while there is the slightest chance of winning promotion Bairns boss Steven Pressley will be ordering his side to go out to win and – improve their goal difference in the process.
Falkirk have lost their last two clashes against County but as they go into this one a massive 26 points ahead of the Dingwall men and after winning their last four games will be confident of taking all three points.
Go for a home win at 11-10 with Skybet and William Hill. We stay in the First Division and focus on Dunfermline as they look to have a title party at Cappielow against Morton.
The East End Park men only need a point to be crowned champions and roared on by a huge away support, I can see the Pars clinching the title in style by taking all three points.
Jim McIntyre's men are unbeaten in their last 10 matches and face up to a Greenock side they are 21 points ahead of in the First Division table.
No surprise then that I am taking them as the second side in my SFL treble at 10-11 with Paddy Power.
We finish up in the Irn-Bru Second Division and champions Livingston's home encounter with Dumbarton.
Gary Bollan's men will be presented with the league trophy at full-time and will be desperate to kick-start the party by taking all three points against the Sons.
Livi are a massive 40 points ahead of the Sons and have defeated them in the last five clashes between the sides so take the champs at 8-13 with Skybet to be celebrating another victory.