Rovers missing duo again
Unbeaten Albion are still without the injured pair of Barry Russell (ankle) and Scott Sally (back) against visitors Montrose.
Manager James Ward has asked his men to end the season's first run of games on a high.
He said: "If we could win this game that would be three wins in four unbeaten games from a new-look squad. We would class that as a very successful start ahead of the international break.
"It will not be easy as I watched Montrose in midweek and they gave Morton a really hard contest before losing a couple of late goals as they chased the game."
Montrose boss Stuart Garden is confident that Jonathan Crawford and Ross McCord will shake off knocks to play at Cliftonhill to give him a full-strength squad as Paul Watson is also available after a ban.
Garden said: "We are going to a tough venue after losing 4-0 in midweek but we are not downhearted as we did well at Morton. In fact, at half-time I was confident that we could pull off a shock.
"However, a mistake in defence let them in after the break and then they picked us off, but if we play like we did in the first half we have a chance of getting a decent result."