IT’S another busy midweek in the Scottish Football League – and another chance to beat the bookies!

Our lower-league tipster Joe Wallace has been on the case again and we kick off in the Irn-Bru First Division and Falkirk's trip to face Morton at Cappielow.

After a disappointing run of form the Bairns have got their promotion push back on track, winning three of their last four games.

They go in against a Morton side they are eight points ahead of in the table and know they need to keep winning if they are to have any hope of winning promotion.

For that reason I am taking them as the first side in my SFL treble (11-8, bet365).

Next up is Ross County’s visit to Stirling and although the Dingwall men have not had a decent season I believe under new boss Jimmy Calderwood they will have enough in the tank to leave Forthbank with all three points.

Caldo's reign has started with battling 0-0 draws at home to Dunfermline and Partick and a win could be just around the corner. Take an away victory at 5-4 with totesport.

Finally we take a dip into the Second Division and tried and trusted Livingston.

The West Lothian side are closing in on the title and a home clash with Forfar shouldn’t pose them too many problems. Take Livi to win at 8-13 with bet365.

SFL treble

  • Falkirk
  • Ross County
  • Livingston

Mr Fixit

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