Raith Rovers' only doubt for the visit of Livingston is Joe Hamill.
The winger picked up a knock in a 2-1 success over Hamilton and may not face the Lions.
The Kirkcaldy men are undefeated in their last four games, with that run moving them into eighth place, however manager John McGlynn is looking for his men to drop a particular bad habit.
McGlynn explained: "We have been behind in all four games and it is great that we have the spirit to bounce back, but it would be good to get ahead in a game and see what happens.
"Livingston have done fantastically well on the road recently so we need to be up for the challenge again."
Jason Talbot misses out for Livingston after picking up a knee injury.
The defender was sent to hospital before the final whistle in the 3-1 defeat to Ross County and will play no part against the Rovers.
Liam Fox remains sidelined through injury and striker Iain Russell is also doubtful thanks to broken bones in his hand.
The Lions have scored 11 times in winning their last three away games, and manager John Hughes has told his men that they will need to battle to add to that record.
The Livi boss said: "Raith are fighting for everything and if we are to win this game we will need to match that.
"As well as scrapping I expect my players to pass it sharply and be clinical in the final third."