Partick have included new striker Mark McGuigan in their squad for the home game against Livingston.
The 6ft 4in 23-year-old has signed a short-term contract for the Jags after scoring twice against them in a recent bounce game for a Scottish Universities side.
John Robertson and Aaron Sinclair have completed respective bans, but the latter is a doubt after he sustained a head knock in training.
Stuart Bannigan is included despite having stitches inserted in a head gash against Ross County last weekend, but injuries keep out defenders Darren Cole and Conrad Balatoni.
Manager Jackie McNamara said: "This is an important game to win as Livingston are on the same points as us and we want to finish as high in the table as possible."
Livingston have added former Hibs player Kevin McCann to their squad.
The 24-year-old impressed during a three-game trial period and the Lions can also include Craig Barr for their trip to Glasgow following suspension.
Paul Watson could also return after injury, but Jason Talbot is suspended.
Manager John Hughes said: "We were different class last week when we beat Falkirk 5-2, but we have been inconsistent since I came in and I want the boys to show me that they can hit that same level of performance at Partick.
"We can move above our hosts in the table and that's a good incentive, but we need to play like we did last week to do that."