Stranraer can include the attacking threat of Sean Winter for their Second Division play-off final first leg with Albion Rovers.
The 24-year-old-shook off the ankle knock he picked up against Queen's Park at the semi-final stage and is now fit.
Midfielder Ryan Borris has been ruled out with a hamstring injury, with Stair Park boss Keith Knox paying his opponents full respect.
Knox said: "We know Albion Rovers well from our time in the Third Division and there was never much between us. I am sure that the play-off games will be the same.
"We played really well against Queen's Park in our first leg last week and that gave us a great platform for the second meeting. Taking a similar lead to a difficult venue for the Second Leg would be a great outcome."
Albion Rovers have player-assistant-manager Todd Lumsden, Michael O'Byrne and Ryan McStay available after suspension.
Danny Ferry is over his hamstring problem and is available with striker John Gemmell playing his last game of the season as he sits out Sunday's second leg due to suspension.
Manager Paul Martin said: "Knowing John I am sure he will want to put on a big performance before his season ends but we need a big performance from everyone as despite us being in the higher league Stranraer are favourites for win promotion.
"They dismantled a very good Queen's Park side 5-1 in their semi-final but our players have shown a lot of mental toughness recently and hopefully will again."