Ross County will be without injured defenders Marc Fitzpatrick and David McNamee when they host Morton.
County can stretch their lead at the top of the First Division to 14 points with only nine games remaining, but manager Derek Adams is keeping everyone's feet on the ground.
"Our recent tough schedule of games caught up with us a bit at Hamilton at the weekend but thankfully we had scored twice early on," he said.
"Hopefully the players will have fully recovered for Morton as they are coming up here with as much to play for as us.
"They are a good side with exciting players and they led earlier in the season so we have to play well to take anything."
Morton head north with captain Stuart McCaffrey still out with a heel injury.
Manager Allan Moore is looking for a positive reaction from his side following Saturday's 3-1 home defeat by Livingston.
The Greenock club have lost their last three games as a season that promised a lot early on has turned into a disappointing one as they have slipped from being top dogs to seventh place and nervous glances are now being made at the teams below them.
Moore is remaining upbeat, though, and he said: "We have not been on a good run but I would rather be in our position than in other teams.
"We have 10 games left to save our season and getting something from Ross County would be a great start."