IT'S great to have a full card to choose but whether that makes it any easier to pick a winning treble we'll see.
I immediately ruled out English League Two games after being beaten by them over the last two weeks. That was despite being tempted by Hartlepool who have notched three good away wins in a row and back on home soil can beat a Plymouth side without a win in six.
So I'm ignoring Pools and launching the treble with joint Championship leaders QPR who are nicely priced around evens at Millwall. The Lions looked like they'd turned the corner with three wins on the bounce that lifted them out the relegation zone.
But Steve Lomas's side have suffered in their last two with a 4-0 loss at Birmingham followed by a 5-2 defeat at Bournemouth.
They're back on home soil where they've won their last two but this will be a tough task against a mean defence that's conceded just one goal on the road.
Add League One title chasers Peterborough, who have won five out of six, at home to Shrewsbury.
Darren Ferguson's side are managing to maintain the hot pace set by Orient and are just one point off the pace after winning nine out of 11.
Posh have won four out of five at home while the Shrews are looking for their first of the season on the road – and it's unlikely to come here.
Complete the treble in the SPFL with Motherwell at home to Hearts. It would have been Inverness against Partick Thistle if that wasn't a Sunday game but more of that one tomorrow.
Well will be without James McFadden but he hasn't played a major role anyway. Henri Anier has been their best performer and is expected to be fully fit after returning from international duty.
Motherwell have quietly moved up to third and have won three out of four at home while Hearts have taken just one point away from Tynecastle.
The Jambos are still 10 points off second bottom after a disappointing defeat to St Mirren last time out and it's a real struggle for Gary Locke and his young side. Well's only defeat in six games was to Celtic – and they should win here.
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