Albion and Clyde eye winning habit
Goalkeeper Matt McGinley will line up for Albion as they welcome Clyde to Cliftonhill although Neil Parry is suspended following his dismissal at Elgin last Saturday.
Former Bully Wee midfielder Kevin Nicoll is available after a knock, however Barry Russell (ankle) and Scott Sally (ankle) are out.
Manager James Ward said: "We got off to a great start last weekend by winning at Elgin and it would be great to grab another win in front of our home fans.
"Clyde are a really well organised side and had a good result so we cannot just turn up and expect the points. We will need to work for them."
Clyde defender David Marsh misses out after picking up a heel injury in his side's 1-0 victory over Berwick.
Kieran McDonald and Kevin Watt are expected to shake off knocks to play, however Ian Gray is suspended, Sean Fitzharris is missing with a hamstring problem and Stef McCluskey is sidelined due to an ankle injury.
Manager Jim Duffy, who is working on bringing in a trialist midfielder, said: "We did well last Saturday to defeat Berwick however Albion made a lot of people sit up with their win at Elgin.
"They have assembled a good squad so this is a tough test."