Albion midfielder Tony Stevenson sits out the third of his four-match suspension when Alloa visit Cliftonhill.
Everyone else in the squad is fit and available with manager Todd Lumsden looking to pick the right combination that will see his side find the net after firing blanks in their first three games.
Lumsden said: "We really want to put on a show against Alloa and get our season up and running. We have created chances in every game so far and if we continue taking the game to our opponents that goal will come.
"Last week at Brechin we created a couple of good openings, didn't take them and lost a soft goal and that is a formula I do not want repeated."
Alloa welcome back Ben Gordon from a ban.
Midfielder Ryan McCord is also included after recovering from injury but striker David Cox has been ruled out with a virus.
Manager Paul Hartley said: "This will be a tough game for us to get full points from as Albion have been very strong at home in recent seasons. They will be looking to put a marker down in their first game there this season that they intend to be as strong again.
"They are a very committed team and we have to match that commitment first and foremost before going out and winning the three points."