Montrose will be without the suspended Jonathan Smart for the visit of league leaders Alloa as they look to win two games in a row for the first time this season.
David di Milta returns after four months out and Terry Masson is available after work commitments kept him out of the 2-1 win at Annan last weekend, but Garry Wood is missing because of an ankle knock.
Manager Ray Farningham said: "It will be a tough ask to defeat a side in the form Alloa are in but the games between us this season have all been close and perhaps we can sneak this one.
"We are not going to let the season fade away and there are contracts to play for so I am expecting us to give Alloa a test."
Champions-elect Alloa are missing only midfielder Steven Masterton from their squad as they look to make it six wins in a row and move another three points closer to the Third Division title.
However, Recreation Park manager Paul Hartley is giving his opponents full respect, saying: "We have had three hard games against Montrose this season, especially the last one at Links Park. Their striker Martin Boyle is a real threat and you can see why my old club Aberdeen have had a look at him.
"He is well supported by Scott Johnston and Jamie Winter, however it is more important what we do. My players have been magnificent recently and all I can ask them to do is to keep it going at the high standard they have set."