WITH most of the English League games on Friday I'm turning my attention on the SFL for this weekend's top treble.
It's difficult to ignore First Division Partick Thistle title rivals and Morton and I'm adding in Third Division play-off contenders.
It looks like a fight to the finish between the Jags who edged one point clear at the top of the Greenock side with a 3-0 victory at Cowdenbeath in midweek.
Partick return to Central Park looking for their fifth win of the season against the Fifers and they should get it. Alan Archibald has now guided his men to six wins in a row and was rewarded with the manager's job on a permanent basis last week.
Just one goal has been conceded in that spell – a 6-1 win aganst Livingston – so back Thistle to stay top.
Morton can't afford any slip-up ahead a meeting of the top two at Firhill on April 10. The Greenock men have won three in a row since a setback against Hamilton and battled back well from 2-0 down against Cowdenbeath last week to win 4-2.
They visit a Raith side with just one win in six but games have been close against the pair this season and it was 3-3 when they met at Stark's Park in December. Morton need a win this time and should get it.
I was tempted to go with Livingston who are nailed-on to beat a Dunfermline side that's lost their seven highest earners after entering administration. However, from an initial price of around 10-11 you'll be lucky if you get 1-3.
So instead I'm looking at Third Division Peterhead who are just two points off a play-off spot after ending a poor run with successive wins against Montrose and Berwick.
The key has been a return to form for ex-Ross County striker Rory McAllister who has hit four games in those two games. On his day he is one of the best strikers in the lower divisions and could be on target at home to an Annan side whose only win in six was at Rangers.
That results suggests they can't be written off but who knows why they can get up for a trip to Ibrox and struggle everywhere else.
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