Queen's Park will be looking to bounce back from last weekend's 4-0 defeat to leaders Alloa by beating visitors Peterhead, but they will have to do so without the suspended pair of defender Jamie Brough and midfielder David Anderson.
Fit-again duo Darryl Meggat and Giuseppe Capuano look certain to be recalled in their place, with Hampden head coach Gardner Speirs saying: "The better team won last week but the scoreline was a bit cruel on us.
"We have to put that behind us and get back to winning ways and build some momentum behind us for what will hopefully be an exciting end to the season. Beating a Peterhead side that we have not beaten this season would be a great start to our run-in."
Peterhead will be without the injured pair of striker David Ross and on-loan Dundee United youngster Ross Smith as they look to meet manager Jim McInally's objective of finishing as high in the table as possible.
Winger Bryan Deasley should return after injury, with McInally saying: "Queen's Park will be looking to secure their place in the play-offs as soon as possible but I want us to finish as high as we can, so this game should be about two teams going all out for a win.
"I was disappointed with parts of our display against Berwick last weekend as we gave away soft goals and missed chances. That combination has been too prevalent this season."