East Stirling will be missing suspended pair Rhys Devlin and Michael Hunter for the visit of Clyde.
The Shire have ruled out Alex Lurinsky due to a groin problem while Scott Maxwell and Lewis Horner both face fitness tests, with youngsters Jamie Glasgow, Steven Tart and Kyle Gillespie promoted from the club's youth system for the game.
Head coach John Coughlin is looking for his side to keep their drive as they look to get off the bottom of the Scottish Third Division table.
Coughlin said: "We have fallen eight points adrift at the foot of the table but we have Clyde and Montrose in our next two games and if we manage to win them both we could make things exciting in the last two weekends of the season."
Clyde welcome back Jason Marr after injury as they look to ensure they do not finish at the foot of the Scottish Football League for a second successive season.
The Cumbernauld club have injury doubts over midfielder Jamie Pollok, with Brian McQueen, Kris Irvine, Jack Sloss and Daniel Fitzpatrick all ruled out.
Manager Jim Duffy is looking for his side to build on their victory over Stranraer last weekend.
Duffy said: "It was our first win in 11 games so everybody has taken a real lift from it and we want to keep that positive approach going.
"The Shire play good football and work hard for their head coach and we need to match both of these things before we can go on and win this one."