Scottish First Division champions Ross County will be without suspended midfielder Stuart Kettlewell when they entertain Dundee.
Full-back David McNamee remains sidelined with a broken wrist, with various players reporting bumps and bruises to manager Derek Adams after their 3-1 success at Ayr on Wednesday.
Adams said: "This will be a special game as it is our first one at home since we won the title.
"Dundee would be very happy to come here and win and they have also had an extra 24 hours recovery as they played on Tuesday.
"So we cannot slip down a gear or things could fall flat and we don't want that."
Dundee defender Neil McGregor looks set to join the travelling party.
The 26-year-old is back in training following a calf injury, with Matt Lockwood also included after completing a suspension.
The Dark Blues have doubts over winger Jamie McCluskey and striker Stevie Milne after they picked up injuries against Queen of the South in midweek.
Manager Barry Smith said: "We are going to Dingwall looking for the three points as we want to finish second in the table.
"I was disappointed with how the players started the game on Tuesday and I have told them that we need to begin this one a lot better.
"Ross County have done very well this season but we are going up there to win this game."