Thomas Scobbie and Willie Gibson could both return as Falkirk face Hamilton in the Scottish First Division.
Both players missed the 3-1 defeat to Dundee at the weekend but return to contention for the Bairns, who beat the Accies at the beginning of the month in the Ramsdens Cup final.
Midfielder Stewart Murdoch remains out with a broken foot as the Bairns look end the season on a relative high after suffering a run of four league defeats.
Manager Steven Pressley said: "We have disappointed our fans with recent results in the league, especially at home, and hopefully we can put that right against Hamilton.
"Our pressing of the ball and keeping possession has been good and the only criticism I have is that we are not clinical enough with our final ball."
Mark McLaughlin is doubtful as Hamilton look to leapfrog their hosts in the table.
The influential defender picked up a knock in Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Raith Rovers and is seriously doubtful to feature.
Alex Neil is also struggling with injury but former Harmony Row amateur Louis Longridge is included for the second time.
New Douglas Park manager Billy Reid is looking for an improvement from his side as they look for revenge after their cup final defeat to the Bairns.
He said: "As well as that defeat, we have the motivation of climbing another place in the table available to us.
"There was a lack of fight when we went down at Raith. That was not acceptable and the players have been told that."