Albion Rovers player-assistant manager Todd Lumsden could return to the side for the visit of league leaders Cowdenbeath.
Lumsden has recovered from a calf injury and is likely to take his place in the centre of defence.
However, captain Ciaran Donnelly remains out after dislocating his shoulder.
Boss Paul Martin has told his players that they do not need to fear their visitors from Fife.
He said: "The last time they were here it was fantastic game that finished 3-3. We were ahead three times and had other chances as well so we do not go into the game with any fear.
"My side is hungry for the points that will help our battle for survival and they are hungry for points to push them towards the title so it should be a great game."
Jon Robertson should return for Second Division table-toppers.
Robertson has been nursing a hip problem but the attacking midfielder is expected to go straight back into the starting line up.
However, full-back David Cowan will probably remain on the sidelines with a hamstring injury as the Blue Brazil look for a third away win in a row.
Manager Colin Cameron has told his players to be wary of the Coatbridge side.
"Albion have just as much to play for as we do and the last time we played there they took led three times," he said. "We battled back to get a draw but memories of that game should be warning enough that three points will not come easy.
"We played well to beat Dumbarton 4-1 last weekend and we need that level of performance again."