East Fife have been boosted by the return of Stevie Campbell ahead of the vital clash with fellow play-off contenders Stenhousemuir.
Campbell is fit again after injury and the defender's return gives manager Gordon Durie a full complement of players to pick from.
A third win in a row for the Fifers will see them leapfrog their visitors and into a play-off place for the first time since November, but Durie knows it will not be easy.
The former Scotland striker said: "They have beaten us three times already this season and hopefully we can put a stop to that.
"This is a big game for both sides and we are going into it on the back of two excellent away wins. Hopefully we can keep that form going at our own place."
Stenhousemuir will make changes for the trip.
Ochilview manager David Irons has made three loan signings since the 2-1 defeat to Albion Rovers last weekend.
Former Warrior Grant Anderson has returned and his Hamilton Accies team-mate Kieran Miller has also joined along with Motherwell's Nicky Devlin.
The extra bodies were required as Brown Ferguson faces a race to be fit and Eric Paton, Sean Dickson and Michael Devlin are all thought to be major doubts.
Ahead of the game, Irons said: "We need to get back to passing the ball about as we did not do for the entire game last weekend. This is a big game and having won there earlier in the season it is one we can look forward to."