Arbroath, assured of a play-off place, welcome back fit-again striker Collin Samuel as they entertain a Stenhousemuir side looking to join them in the end-of-season scramble.
Striker Jordan Elfverson is still out with a back problem and he could be joined on the sidelines by other members of Paul Sheerin's squad.
Player/manager Sheerin said: "We have a few guys carrying knocks and I will check on them on Saturday lunchtime and decide my team then.
"Whatever team I send out I'll be looking for a win as we have done well all season and I don't want things to drop down a gear just because we're in the play-offs.
"Stenhousemuir have hit a bit of form, so we are well warned."
Miller back but McHale still in doghouse
Stenhousemuir welcome back on-loan Hamilton youngster Kieran Miller from suspension.
Midfielder Paul McHale is still out of favour following a fall-out with manager David Irons, but everyone else in the Warriors' squad fit and available.
Ochilview assistant manager Kevin McGoldrick said: "Arbroath are a very good side and despite them being in the play-offs I don't see them slowing down.
"Having Eric Paton back in our side has made a huge difference to us recently as he is one of the best players in this division.
"We have given ourselves a good chance of making the play-offs with our last two results and have the chance to really stake a claim by winning this game."