EURO 2016 qualifiers are scattered over three days from Sunday while in the UK this weekend there are Petrofac Training Cup clashes and some English League One and Two fixtures.
So let's have a look at what is more commonly known as the Challenge Cup in Scotland – and while Falkirk are today's most likely winners at Stranraer the best value could lie with Alloa.
The Wasps humbled Hibs in the Championship last week and that result followed a 3-0 win over Cowdenbeath after two opening defeats.
They travel to League One Morton who have lost their last two and will be without top scorer Declan McManus, the on-loan Aberdeen striker who was called up by Scotland Under-21s.
Alloa won both meetings in the Championship at Cappielow last season as the Greenock men were relegated and I like them so much at 6-4 at Paddy Power they will be the Super Single.
Falkirk have lost midfielder Conor McGrandles to Norwich but brought in Owain Tudur Jones, David Smith and Joe Shaugnessy and Peter Houston's side are a best 4-5 at Ladbrokes at Stair Park.
Stranraer give most teams a fight at home but have started the season poorly and are without a win in the league after four matches.
The Bairns will be eyeing the chance of a lucrative semi-final or final meeting with Rangers and I can't see them slipping up.
Peterhead entertain Livingston in what looks the toughest tie to call. Livingston had been on a good run until last week's loss at Dumbarton but should win if they keep Rory McAllister quiet. You can have 13-10 on the Championship visitors.
In England the best homes could be in the Conference where leaders Barnet, with 16 goals in their first five games, entertain bottom dogs Alfreton and are 4-11 with Ladbrokes.
And Torquay, unbeaten in five, can make it a 2-1 treble by seeing off Nuneaton – no away goals in three games. Torquay are a biggest 8-11 at Ladbrokes.
In League One leaders Peterborough should see off a Port Vale side who have started slowly and in League Two back aways for Shrewsbury at Hartlepool and Northampton at Dagenham.
(6-4, Paddy Power)