Champions Ross County will be without the injured David McNamee and Marc Fitzpatrick as they play their final Scottish First Division game against Hamilton.
Midfielder Rocco Quinn is available after a ban, but with a title party planned for after the game, manager Derek Adams is in no mood for things to fall flat.
He said: "This is a huge day in the history of Ross County and we want to mark it with a win.
"We also want to see the season out undefeated in 34 games and winning this game would take us closer to that objective.
"We have deserved to win the First Division over the season and want to go out with a bang, especially at home."
Hamilton will be without suspended defenders Mark McLaughlin and Martin Canning.
Skipper Alex Neil has completed a suspension but a groin problem could see him miss out against the Staggies.
Manager Billy Reid also missing the injured pair of Ali Crawford and Mark Stewart and said: "Ross County have done tremendously well and are worthy champions.
"I am sure that they will enjoy their party but I am only concerned in how Hamilton Accies play.
"We will have a young side out as we are missing a fair amount of experience through the suspensions, but I am sure our players will enjoy and benefit from playing in front of a packed crowd."