WITH the winter weather relenting we should have a full card of SFL matches to bet on this weekend.

And once again Joe Wallace is on hand to cast an eye over today's clashes – and hopefully pick out a winning treble.

We kick off in the Irn-Bru First Division and Dundee's trip to face Stirling Albion.

The Dens men have lost only once in the last six games – against Motherwell in the Scottish Cup – while the Binos have lost five of their last six.

Those stats clearly point to an away win and I am taking Barry Smith's side to win all three points (widely available at 8-15).

Moving on to the Second Division and on-form Livingston face a Stenhousemuir side a whopping 25 points behind them in the table.

Gary Bollan's men are closing in on the title and must be taken to win at home (1-3, totesport, Stan James).

Finally we turn our attention to the Third Division and a Stranraer side who got back to winning ways in midweek with a hard-fought 2-1 victory at promotion rivals Albion Rovers.

Keith Knox's men are on their travels as they face an East Stirling side 15 points behind them in the table.

The Blues won their last away clash against the Shire 1-0 and I am taking them to collect all three points (widely available at 11-10), to complete my SFL treble.

SFL treble

  • Dundee
  • Livingston
  • Stranraer

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