IT'S another difficult weekend for betting in the Irn-Bru Scottish Football Leagues – but as always our man Joe Wallace has been doing his homework in the search for a winning treble.

We kick off in the Second Division and focus on Dumbarton's home clash with Albion Rovers.

After a fairly average start to the campaign the Sons had the smiles back on their fans' faces last weekend as they earned an impressive 2-0 away win at Forfar.

This weekend they face up to a Rovers outfit who are without a win in their last five clashes.

Dumbarton are also unbeaten in their last six clashes between the sides, winning five of those encounters.

No surprise then that I am going for a Dumbarton win at 11-10 with bet365 and Skybet.

Staying in the Second Division and we turn out attention to the clash between Stirling and Brechin at Forthbank.

Brechin have been far from impressive so far this season and are without a win in their last three matches.

But I get the feeling Jim Weir's men must come good soon and am sticking my neck out by taking them to earn all three points against a Binos side who are winless in their last five matches. Take a win for Brechin at 29-20 with William Hill.

We finish up in the Third Division and a Stranraer side I just can't get enough of these days.

After a dismal start to the season Keith Knox's men have found their form and go into this game on the back of five successive wins.

In contrast, the Bully Wee have lost four of their last five matches and I reckon they will struggle against a Stair Park side who have scored a whopping 16 goals in their last five games.

Take Stranraer as the final team in my SFL treble at 5-6, widely available.

 SFL treble





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