Stranraer are without full-back Grant Gallagher through an ankle injury against visitors Montrose.
Blues boss Keith Knox is targeting six points from their next two games to virtually secure a play-off place.
Knox said: "We have this game against Montrose and then we have East Stirling at home and I am looking for us to grab two wins and really been in with a shout of a play-off place.
"We are not conceding anything to Alloa in terms of the title so six points would be welcome in that case as well.
"We will be along the same lines as the team that won at Annan last Saturday as that was a really good performance after losing an early goal."
Montrose have defender Alan Campbell back from injury as they look to keep out an opposition side that have scored 13 times against them already this season.
Paul Lunan, however, cannot lend a hand as he has been ruled out through suspension, with Gable Endies boss Ray Farningham saying: "There are normally a lot of goals in these games and it should be remembered that we scored four times down there in our last visit to get a draw.
"They have good strikers and so do we so I cannot see this one ending goalless.
"We won at Clyde in our last away game and should have taken more from the Berwick game last weekend when we were leading until the last few minutes."