Livingston will be without injured Jonathan Brown, Liam Fox and Jason Talbot as they look for their first home win in six attempts against Morton.
Striker Iain Russell is also a doubt due to a broken hand, although he may feature wearing a light cast to protect his injury.
Manager John Hughes said: "It is our last home game of the season and we want to put on a performance that will have the fans excited for next season.
"We have been playing with a lot of style on the road and it is time to do that back at Livingston.
"Morton still have an outside chance of being involved in the relegation play-offs so they will be fighting for every ball."
Morton's season-long injury woes continue with midfielder Darren McGeouch ruled out due to a thigh problem.
To make things worse for the Ton, striker Archie Campbell has been ruled out thanks to a broken toe.
The pair join the already injured trio of Stuart McCaffrey, Iain Flannigan and Paul Di Giacomo on the sidelines, with Fouad Bachirou and Michael Tidser both needing to pass fitness tests to be involved.
Manager Allan Moore said: "We are almost there in terms of staying in this division, after an injury ravaged season.
"It would take an incredible turnaround in terms of goal difference but we would like to see things out correctly.
"Livingston have been great in away games recently and we need to be careful of them turning it on at home."