Lindsay out for Alloa
Alloa host Queen of the South looking for their first home win of 2014.
But they will be without defender Liam Lindsay who suffered a concussion in last weekend's draw with Cowdenbeath.
Willie Robertson has recovered from a toe problem and is available to manager Barry Smith but Jason Marr (thigh) and Derek Riordan (ankle) remain on the sidelines.
Smith said: "We have been very strong away from home in recent games and I want us to bring that home with us. Queen of the South are strong but if we show the resilience we show on the road then we will do okay."
Queen of the South are without midfielder Stephen McKenna, who requires surgery on a hip problem, as they look to keep hold of fourth place.
Manager Jim McIntyre said: "We played well to get a draw against Hamilton last weekend and I am looking for that level of performance again. We won well at Recreation Park on our last visit and a repeat of that would be great
"It will be difficult as they have experience right through the spine of their team. We are fourth just now and the best way to stay there is by winning games, however that is easier said than done in this league."