Clyde include former Peterhead player Bryan Gilfillan as a permanent signing when they play Peterhead at Alloa's Recreation Park.
The game has been switched to Clackmannanshire as the Bully Wee's Broadwood home is not ready after the installation of an artificial pitch during the summer.
Manager Jim Duffy is again without the injured Michael Oliver, but Gavin Brown returns after injury while Stevie Masterton could play as a trialist for the second time.
Duffy said: "Outside Rangers, Peterhead are the strongest team in this league and they showed that last weekend.
"We have a decent record against them all the same and it would be good to build on last Saturday's comeback win at Montrose with another strong performance in this game."
Peterhead will be without full-back Graeme Sharp and Davie Ross.
Sharp is getting married on Saturday, while Ross is sidelined with a broken collarbone.
After the intense attention paid to their game with Rangers last Saturday manager Jim McInally knows his men have to handle a much lower key affair this time out.
McInally said: "This is back to reality for the players now. Clyde came back from two goals down to defeat Montrose last weekend so we're well warned about how well we need to cope with the change in opponents and circumstance.
"We do not have a good record against Clyde, so there will be no complacency towards this game from us."