LAST Saturday punters were laughing all the way to the bank as our Scottish Football League treble came up trumps.

And once again our lower-league expert Joe Wallace has been on the case in the hunt for another winning line.

We kick off in the Irn-Bru First Division and the clash at Dens Park between Dundee and Morton.

Despite being deducted 25 points for entering administration Barry Smith’s side are on the rise and are unbeaten in their last six matches, winning five times in that period.

They have also won five of the last six clashes with the Cappielow men, drawing the other fixture, so no surprise then I am taking them as my first choice on my treble (4-7, William Hill, totesport and Skybet).

Next up is a trip to the Second Division and a Livingston side who are closing in on the title. This weekend they face Alloa at Almondvale and I reckon they will simply be too strong for the men from Recreation Park.

Livi have won five of their last six matches and I simply can’t resist them making it six from seven. They are 1-2 (bodog and Victor Chandler).

Finally we move to the Third Division and the clash between Annan and East Stirling at Galabank. The Shire have been dire in recent weeks, losing five of their last six games and although Annan haven’t exactly been on top form recently I reckon they will have enough to earn victory .

They complete this weekend’s SFL treble (5-6, William Hill, Stan James and totesport).

SFL treble

  • Dundee
  • Livingston
  • Annan

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