My esteemed colleague Joe Wallace will flag up his treble and I'm sure he'll feature the likes of Raith Rovers, Dunfermline and Livingston.
I'm looking a little bit out of the box and making a case for five sides who could win away from home. All are at big prices, so it's a huge gamble, but the reward's there if at least four come up.
I'll start in the First Division with Morton who were rested at the weekend while Queen of the South took Dundee all the way before losing out right at the death.
It was a good effort from a side seriously short of bodies and Queens will struggle to play as well for the second time in four days.
The Dumfries men haven't won in six but their last success was 4-0 at Morton. The visitors will want to avenge that result and are 2-1 with 888sport.
Staying in the First Division and this is a massive risk – but you'll see why I fancy Partick Thistle at Falkirk.
The Jags have hit top form too late in the season to mount a title charge but Ian McCall's men want to finish as high as possible.
They beat leaders Raith Rovers 2-0 away on Saturday while Falkirk have picked up one point from their last three games and are kidding themselves on about still being in the promotion race.
Next I'm looking at an equally big-priced East Fife. They travel to Brechin who will be knackered after putting everything into holding St Johnstone in the Scottish Cup on a bog of pitch on Saturday.
The Fifers, unbeaten in four, have a chance at 10-3 with Stan James as long as they contain impressive striker Rory McAllister.
Annan won their first ever midweek game against Stranraer last week and followed up by winning at Elgin on Saturday. They can make it three in a row against an East Stirling outfit dropping like a stone. Annan are 11-10 with boylesports and totesport.
For No.5 I'm looking to Albion Rovers at Berwick. Rovers are returning to top form after a sticky patch and face a Berwick side whose impressive run was ended at Arbroath on Saturday.
Albion have the better players and are full of goals with Scott Chaplain and John Gemmell the ones to watch. Take them at 13-8 with Chandler.
- Partick Thistle
- East Fife
- Albion Rovers
- Perm any 3, 4 and all 5 (16 bets)