Dumbarton striker Bryan Prunty is a doubt for the clash with visitors Stenhousemuir as the hamstring injury he picked up at the weekend is still causing concern.
Everyone else is available to manager Alan Adamson, who has guided the Sons on a run of seven wins in their last eight games and into third place at the expense of the Warriors.
Adamson reckons that Stenhousemuir will be out to bite back and he said: "They will be coming here looking for revenge following our recent 2-1 win there when they had a couple of men sent off as well as moving down a place.
"The players have been fantastic and I have asked them to keep doing what they have been doing so we can consolidate our play-off place."
Fourth-placed Stenhousemuir are looking to narrow the seven-point gap Dumbarton have on them and winger Stevie Murray could start against his former employers.
Murray had been out for a month after dislocating an elbow however he returned as a substitute in the 3-1 defeat against Arbroath on Saturday.
Martyn Corrigan and Eric Paton remain out with ankle injuries, with Warriors assistant manager Kevin McGoldrick asking his men to be ready from the first whistle.
McGoldrick said: "We were slow in starting and that led to Arbroath getting a two-goal lead.
"Dumbarton are on a great run so we have to be able to make a good start. We cannot just start playing when we are sitting a couple of goals behind and are chasing the game."