WITH the international double headers we're left with English League One or Two and SFL matches this weekend.
So there's too much that stands out so hopefully this treble comes in – and beats the weather.
I'm starting with Swindon in League One at home at Notts County. Most people went against the Robins at Yeovil in midweek but they produced a fine display to win 2-0.
Kevin McDonald has steadied the ship after the departure of Paolo di Canio and despite a transfer embargo the club remain in promotion contention. Swindon have lost just two in eight and gave a County side whose best results have come up at home in recent months.
My other two choices were going to be Scottish First Division title rivals Morton and Partick Thistle. The duo are involved in a battle royal with Morton two points clear but having played two more games.
Both are in good form and at home this weekend so the gap should remain the same – if both games go ahead.
Morton are due to tackle Cowdenbeath on the back of three wins in four while Partick Thistle have won five on the bounce under new boss Alan Archibald as they welcome Livingston to fortress Firhill. The Jags have won all but one match in front of their home fans this season.
Both sides are looking for their third wins of the season against their respective opponents and should get them. The Thistle game is the more likely of the two to go on so I'll take them.
Instead of Morton – although if it's played back them – I'll go with Walsall at struggling Hartlepool.
And after a fine start in charge when he dragged Pool from rock bottom back into the race for survival, John Hughes has hit a brick wall.
Yogi looks like being cursed by winning February's manager of the month award and his side have failed to score in their last five games – two of them ending 0-0.
Walsall lie second in the League One form table with four wins and four draws in their last eight. They are pushing for a play-off place and should add to Yogi's misery.
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