East Fife are without the suspended David White as they welcome Albion Rovers to Bayview.
Full-back Andy Cook is also absent due to a hamstring injury so Fifers manager Gordon Durie has selected the same squad that defeated Forfar 4-1 last weekend.
Durie remains wary of their relegation-haunted visitors, and said: "Albion have played Stenhousemuir, Cowdenbeath and Dumbarton in their last three games and picked up seven points which is really good form.
"They are fighting for everything and they will be very dangerous opponents for us.
"The games between us have been tight all season but there is a four-way fight for two play-off places and we know that a win keeps us very much in the hunt."
Albion Rovers will be without captain Ciaran Donnelly due to a dislocated shoulder.
Player-coach Danny Ferry is also unavailable as the Wee Rovers look to triumph over the Fifers for the first time this season.
The Coatbridge side are in a relegation fight and manager Paul Martin said: "We are playing for the same prize as we were when we were in the Third Division last season and that is to be in the Second Division come August.
"Every game in the Second Division means something and we all want to be involved in such a highly competitive league next season.
"Our games with East Fife have been really good ones but we have not won so far and this would be a great time to record that first success."