Gary Mason insists there will be no problems with motivation against Killie, despite the fixture being meaningless.
He said: "We will give it everything we've got."
Dunfermline's Alex Keddie returns from suspension but fellow defender Austin McCann is out with a leg injury while midfielder Ryan Thomson is a doubt with a knee problem.
Kyle Letheren could play in goal for Kilmarnock in place of Cammy Bell, while manager Kenny Shiels may decide to introduce other young talent.
Striker Paul Heffernan (groin), defenders Zdenek Kroca (knee) and Manuel Pascali (broken leg) plus midfielder Garry Hay (knee) and Danny Buijs (hamstring) remain out.
Kenny Shiels wants his future to be sorted out as soon as possible once the season is over.
He added: "This time last season I was in the same situation where I didn't know if I was going to be the manager or not. It's the same scenario.
"There's nothing there at the minute for me, so tomorrow could be my last day. You never know.
"I want to have optimism about the place. It's very important to me that I'm still part of Kilmarnock after Saturday. I want to be.
"I want to put the team first and see where it takes us."
Shiels has begun planning for next season and is eager to build on this campaign.
"It's a big challenge and we'll endeavour to do that," he added.
Killie enter tomorrow's final round of fixtures with a two-point lead over eight-placed St Mirren, who play at Aberdeen, but an inferior goal difference.
"It's important to me to finish seventh," Shiels added.
"It's been a fantastic, absolutely brilliant season."
Dunfermline squad: Smith, McMillan, Dowie, Keddie, Thomson, Boyle, Graham, Mason, Kerr, Hutton. Buchanan, Kirk, Barrowman, Hardie, Fernandez, McDougall, Willis, Young
Kilmarnock squad: Bell, Toshney, Dayton, O'Leary, Nelson, Gordon, Fowler, Kelly, Racchi, Kennedy, Harkins, Shiels, Van Tornhout, Gros, Letheren, Johnson, Pursehouse, Sissoko, Barbour.