MY Co-op Cup treble came up last night and I also tipped giantkilling acts by Raith Rovers and Brechin.

It's not quite as clear-cut tonight when the final four ties take place.

SPL new boys Inverness are probably the safest bet of the night at home to Highland rivals Peterhead.

Terry Butcher's men showed their quality with a thumping 4-0 win against Dundee United on Saturday and the boss will fancy a decent run at this tournament. Inverness are a biggest 2-5 with William Hill and consider them on the handicaps at minus one.

Kilmarnock, who have started with two league defeats, will be desperate to give boss Mixu Paatelainen his first win. The Rugby Park men should get it at home to Airdrie but without a decent strikeforce may make heavy weather of it. They are also 2-5 with William Hill.

Second Division leaders Forfar will fancy their chances of an upset as they travel to First Division Queen of the South. All is not well with the Dumfries side and Forfar draw no bet looks decent value at 3-1 with William Hill and Bet 365.

Just to win the Station Park men are a best 4-1 at Bet365 with Queens 4-6 at the likes of Paddy Power and Stan James.

The toughest tie to call is Ross County at home to St Mirren. It's a long trip north to Dingwall for the SPL side but maybe the inclusion of on-loan Celt Paul McGowan, who was forced to miss the clash at Parkhead at the weekend, will swing it in their favour.

Saints are 8-5 with William Hill and even bookies find it tough to pick a winner with Coral and Bet365 going 9-5 County.



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