IT’S William Hill Scottish Cup weekend – but that hasn’t stopped our SFL man Joe Wallace from going on the hunt for a treble from lower-league teams.

There are a host of interesting ties and we kick off with Peterhead’s tricky away clash to face Inverurie Locos.

At the start of the season Head were among the favourites to win the Third Division but they have failed to produce the goods and sit in ninth place in the table.

However, despite their poor form I reckon they can get their season back on track with a new boss by beating their north rivals and are the first team on my treble at 4-5 with Blue Square and Coral.

We move on to an Arbroath side who have won their last three matches – and a trip to face Keith shouldn’t be too hard for them. The Gayfield men go into this one as big favourites and square up to a Keith side who have lost three of their last four matches.

The Lichties have to be too strong for their Highland League rivals and they are the second team on my treble at 8-15 with Stan James and William Hill.

We finish up with Dundee’s trip to Forthbank to face Stirling Albion. The Dens Park men have had a bitterly disappointing start to the season but a decent run in the Scottish Cup can get them back on track and bring in some much-needed coffers.

Stirling have lost their last five matches – while the Taysiders go into this one on the back of two wins. That’s why I am going for a Dundee win at 4-7 with Coral.

SFL treble




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