FIRST team on my treble this weekend is an Everton side who are growing in strength under Roberto Martinez.
The Spaniard has stepped into the big shoes of Davie Moyes and has settled in much better than his predecessor has done at Old Trafford.
Martinez's men got the better of Man United last midweek then battled back to claim a late point at Arsenal last weekend – and that was a thoroughly deserved result.
Everton have lost just once this season and the previous two performances – even more than the results – will have given the Toffees a massive confidence boost.
Next up is a home meeting with Fulham and despite the appointment of Rene Mulstensteen and an improved display and victory against Aston Villa I can't see anything but an Everton victory.
I'm going up north to complete my treble with two sides in the Scottish Premiership. Dundee United are the talk of the town at the moment with scouts from top clubs all over Europe spying on their crop of brilliant youngsters.
Boss Jackie McNamara has done a great job in tieing several down to longer contracts and hopes to persuade the likes of Andy Robertson, John Souttar and Ryan Gauld to learn their trade at Tannadice before hitting the big time.
Stuart Armstrong was the latest to extend his contract this week and insisted he was loving his football and appreciated United's attacking style.
Silky soccer has produced 17 goals in four games and McNamara's band of stars head for Kilmarnock aiming to continue their scintillating form. Five of those goals came in a 5-2 Scottish Cup win over Killie at Tannadice and the last four meetings between the sides at Rugby Park have produced 18 goals.
I believe there should be goals galore with United scoring the majority of them. An alternative to taking the Arabs at a shade of odds on is over 2.5 goals if that's what you prefer.
Complete the treble with Inverness at Hearts – and the quicker you get on the better. Much has been written about this game already with Jambos boss Gary Locke admitting he has just 12 fit players.
He'll be drafting in more kids – and remember his side have a transfer ban and are already the most experienced in the SPFL. Most of Locke's team will be teenagers and they could suffer against second-placed Inverness who boast an experienced bunch.
The jury is still out on new boss John Hughes – certainly with the Inverness fans – and he started with a 0-0 draw at St Mirren. As an ex-Hibs player and boss it will give him great pleasure to pick up his first win at Tynecastle and he should do so.
Big Yogi doesn't plan to tinker too much with the formula or formation that proved so successful for Terry Butcher before his move to Hibs and as long as the players are happy with his arrival this should be an away success.
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