Albion set to entertain leaders
Albion have Ciaran Donnelly and Alan Reid available after suspension as they play host to Scottish League Two leaders Peterhead.
Ryan Donnelly is also available after missing last weekend's 2-0 defeat at Stirling as he became a father, however Liam Cusack is out with a toe injury.
Cliftonhill boss James Ward said: "Peterhead are top of the league because they are a good side and they are also a very consistent side.
"They have the best strikers in this league as well but we will not be sitting back and admiring them as we need a win to get going in the league again."
The Blue Toon will give Fraser McLaren a start in place of top goalscorer Rory McAllister, who is suspended.
Foot injuries keep Dean Cowie and Dean Cox absent, with a long-term absentee Callum MacDonald sidelined and both Bryan Gilfillan and Andy Rodgers struggling due to knocks.
Manager Jim McInally said: "We could be a bit short, however, we will just get on with it. It would be good if Albion have their minds on their Scottish Cup tie with Rangers already but I do not think that will be the case.
"A repeat of our battling win over Clyde last week would be great."