Duo out for Rovers finale
Albion are without goalkeeper Neil Parry, through suspension, and defender Ross Dunlop (hamstring) when they welcome bottom-of-the-table Queen's Park.
David Crawford (hamstring) and Chris Dallas (knee) are both out as well with Peter Innes dropping out of things after being released by the club. Mick Dunlop and Ciaran Donnelly are both injury doubts, however Mark McGuigan is available after a knock.
Manager James Ward said: "We want to finish well and have the fans smiling over the summer.
"Queen's Park have improved and we know that we have to keep Eamonn Brophy quiet as he is a real dangerman."
Queen's Park hope to include defender Ross Fisher after challenging the Scottish Football Association over his suspension due to the number of bookings incurred.
Gus McPherson's side will be without David Anderson and James Baty, who both have ankle injuries.
McPherson said: "It would be good to end a disappointing season for the club with a win over Albion Rovers. We played well against Berwick last weekend in the first 45 minutes, however in the second half we were not the same team and lost 3-1.
"If we can put in a high level of performance for the 90 minutes then we can win this game."