Dundee welcome back winger Nicky Riley after a back injury as they take on Queen of the South.
Left-back Matt Lockwood is suspended and centre-half Neil McGregor's calf injury keeps him out against their bottom-of-the-table visitors, but manager Barry Smith still hopes his side can end the season with a flourish.
Smith said: "Our games with Queen of the South have all been tight so nothing but the best from us will do in this one.
"They will be coming here scrapping for the three points to help them survive but I want us to put on good performances in our remaining games and pick up the 15 points that are available."
Queen of the South should include former Dundee United striker Kevin Smith against their hosts.
The frontman underwent groin surgery last month, and suffered no adverse reaction following a substitute appearance in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Morton.
Fellow forward Marc McCusker remains sidelined for the Dumfries men, with manager Gus McPherson telling his men to be positive.
He said: "We got a point at Greenock as we changed our shape and went on the front foot after a slow start.
"I am looking for more of that at Dundee.
"We need to start positively as they will be buoyant after a good win over Falkirk, but I am concentrating only on securing as many of the 15 points left for my side."