Leaders Cowdenbeath add Jordan Morton and John Armstrong to the squad that defeated Bo'ness in the Scottish Cup last weekend for their clash with Dumbarton.
Veteran Craig Winter drops out as he has joined East Stirling on loan for a month, while Danny Mackay is still missing through injury.
Blue Brazil boss Colin Cameron has told his men to be wary of the Sons. He said: "They went to East Fife and won 6-0 earlier in the season and any team that can do that must be useful.
"If we are not up to scratch then we will struggle. We have a great home record with six wins and keeping that going will be key to our plans for the season."
Dumbarton welcome back Kevin Nicoll and Scott Agnew to their midfield after suspension kept the duo out of the Scottish Cup defeat by Brechin last weekend.
Manager Alan Adamson has a full squad to pick from as his side look for revenge for the 4-0 defeat they suffered at the hands of Colin Cameron's men earlier in the season.
The Sons boss said: "They hit us on the break that day very effectively. They are superb on the counter attack and we need to guard against that a lot better than we did in our last meeting.
"No side has taken anything away from their patch this season and it would be great if Dumbarton were the first to do so."