Elgin welcome back Paul Millar for their home game with Stirling following the giant striker's release from his Olympic Security attachment by his employers the RAF.
Former Queen's Park midfielder Paul Harkins is included as a trialist, but Daniel Moore is unavailable as he is starts a two match suspension.
Borough Briggs boss Ross Jack, who has had his spies out watching his opponents, said: "Graham Weir made Stirling tick in their 5-1 win over Annan so we need to keep him quiet.
"Stirling also have a number of players that are homegrown via their youth system and that is great to see, but I'm determined that we win against a side I see as one of the favourites for a play-off place."
Stirling Albion will be without summer signing Bradley Coyne.
The Striker is sidelined with a knee injury and Shaun Fagan is still not fit, but Kieran McAnespie is available after a ban and goalkeeper Mark Peat returns following family commitments.
The Binos head north on the back of a 5-1 win over Annan and manager Greig McDonald is looking for his men to build on that.
McDonald said: "Last week was a great performance and a terrific way to start the league season and we want to keep that going.
"We have taken confidence from that success, but I recognise that Elgin are a very strong proposition on their own pitch so we have to play well."