Alloa welcome back defender Ryan Harding from suspension for their trip to Berwick.
Harding's return after a one-match ban provides manager Paul Hartley with a full squad to select from as the Scottish Third Division champions play their first game since winning the title.
But Hartley is in no mood to tell his players it is acceptable to slow down now the hard work is done.
"There are still 12 points to play for and I want to win them all," he said.
"Also Berwick are the only team who we have not beaten in the league so it would be good to put that right.
"My players have been magnificent all season and I am sure they will carry on in that manner until the final whistle goes in the final game."
Berwick defender Chris Townsley is suspended for the clash.
Chris McLeod and Elliot Smith remain out through injury and striker Damon Gray is doubtful with a knock, while manager Ian Little has promoted Under-19 forward Ben Millar as cover.
Little said: "Alloa can come here and relax which could actually make them even more dangerous opponents.
"They play a lot of good football as it is and they may see the last few games of the season as an opportunity to play even more good stuff, so we have to be willing to put in a really strong performance.
"I want more points on the board before the end of this season."