Talbot boost for Livi
Livingston welcome Jason Talbot back from suspension as they look to become the first side in 29 games to defeat a Ross County team managed by former Lion Derek Adams.
Striker Iain Russell is a doubt after breaking a bone in his hand in last week's 3-2 win at Partick and skipper Liam Fox remains sidelined with a knock.
Manager John Hughes said: "A few people have criticised County's style recently but I'm not going to do that. They should be congratulated for the season they've had.
"I am looking to beat them all the same and after two great wins on the road I'm looking for us to show that good form at our own place."
Champions-elect Ross County welcome striker Colin McMenamin back from suspension as they look to collect three of the four points required to lift the title.
The Dingwall men, who will again be without defender David McNamee because of a broken wrist, could actually clinch SPL football if they win and Dundee fail to defeat Falkirk.
Manager Derek Adams was not interested in possibilities, however, saying: "We will just look to win our game and I will check the other results afterwards.
"Livingston are a good side that play a very open game that sees them score a lot of goals but also allow the opposition to create chances.
"They have won their last two games and will be full of confidence, so we need to play well."