ANDY Murdoch reckons Falkirk’s last two results sum up how unpredictable the Championship can be.

The Bairns, who Ton face on Saturday, shocked the league at the weekend with a resounding 6-1 win over title contenders Dundee United. 

But Paul Hartley’s men couldn’t follow that up and instead fell flat on Tuesday night with a 4-1 loss to Inverness in the Highlands.

Murdoch insists those two results emphasise one of the most overused phrases in football, that any team can beat anyone else on their day.

The former Rangers midfielder also says the result this weekend will depend on how much the Bairns are hurting from their midweek disappointment.

Which is why the 22-year-old won’t presume which Falkirk outfit will show up to Cappielow to take on the Ton — and instead will be prepared for as tough a game as they can provide on a good day.

He told the Tele: “Falkirk’s last two results I think sum up the Championship. They won 6-1 on Saturday and then lost 4-1 on Tuesday. 

“I think against us they’ll be wanting to rectify that and it’ll be difficult.

“You never know what’s coming on a Saturday and that’s why you have to treat every game and build up the same. 

“Every team is going to battle and try their best to get three points from you and you need to be ready for that first before you get to the football.

“That’s the nature of this league. Falkirk have brought a few new players in already who will still be finding their feet a bit, so it’s difficult to judge.

“It will be difficult because it always is against them — they’re a tough team to beat.”

Murdoch reflected on last Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Brechin City at Glebe Park and remains frustrated with his side’s inability to take their chances.

And he admits he should have scored at least once with a volley only to be disappointed watching his effort fly past the post.

He said: “We started poorly and Brechin were sharper. It took us longer than it should have to get settled but once we did I think we should have scored more. There were a few scrambles that should have went in but unfortunately they didn’t.

“We did have chances and I personally had a couple I really should have done better with. We have to be more clinical if we want to win these games. 

“It’s good that we’re creating chances but if we have two or three shots we have to be putting at the very least one of them away.”