WE only have two divisions to focus on this weekend in the Scottish Football Leagues.
But that hasn't stopped our lower-league man Joe Wallace from doing his homework in the search for a winning treble.
We kick off this weekend in the Second Division and focus on Arbroath's trip to Cliftonhill to face Albion Rovers.
The Gayfield men go into this encounter joint top of the table and a whopping 15 points ahead of this weekend's hosts.
The last time the sides met Arbroath ran out convincing 6-2 winners over the Cliftonhill men so no surprise then that I am taking them as the first side in my SFL treble at 4-5 with Betfred, Paddy Power and William Hills.
We stay in the Second Division and take a look at Cowdenbeath's home clash with Forfar. The Blue Brazil go into this one flying high at the top of the table and are nine points ahead of this weekend's rivals.
Cowden are unbeaten in their last five matches while Forfar are winless in their last three run-outs. The last three clashes between the sides have finished up as draws but I reckon Cowden will be just too strong for the Loons and am taking them as the second side in my treble at 10-11 with William Hill.
We stay in the Second Division for our third and final selection and concentrate on East Fife's home match with Stirling.
The Fifers go into this match two points behind their visitors but I reckon they will be one point ahead of their rivals at 4.45pm on Saturday.
After beating Aberdeen in the League Cup, John Robertson's side have been in decent form in the league, winning their last two matches and rattling in seven goals in the process.
- East Fife