Raith player/manager Grant Murray has a full-strength squad for the visit of Berwick - his first game in charge at Stark's Park.
The Kirkcaldy side saw off Wick Academy 4-2 last weekend in the far north of Scotland with Murray looking to build on that performance against opponents from just over the border.
Murray said: "We created a lot of chances at Wick and had four different goalscorers, which was good to see, but we did shoot ourselves in the foot a couple of times at the back.
"It will be great to get a competitive game in front of our own fans under our belt, but we need to be wary as Berwick have good footballers in their side."
Berwick's new signing Dene Droudge and Chris Townsley will both be back, but striker Stuart Noble is a big doubt.
Defender Droudge, signed from Cowdenbeath, is poised to make his debut and Townsley is available after returning from his honeymoon, but Noble is struggling with a hamstring problem.
Borderers boss Ian Little will miss the game as he is attending a family wedding in America.
Assistant Robbie Horn said: "We created chances throughout the game against Queen's Park last weekend which was pleasing, but we lost bad goals which saw the game lost on penalties.
"It will be a tough contest at Stark's Park and we simply have to defend better if we are to do anything as Raith will punish us severely if we are slack at the back again."