Hetherington back in contention as relegated Alloa bid to go out with a bang
Relegated Alloa have Steven Hetherington back in their ranks following suspension as they look to build on last Saturday's win against Hibernian by defeating Queen of the South.
Goalkeeper Scott Gallacher has shaken off a knock to be involved in manager Jack Ross' plans, but Burton O'Brien and Ryan Hoggan are both injury doubts.
Ross said: "We want to leave this league with some big wins and beating Queen of the South would be a great follow up to the Hibs success."
Queen of the South are chasing their first win in five games and manager James Fowler will delay naming his side to ensure Jordan Marshall, Kyle Hutton and Derek Lyle have not suffered an adverse reaction after returning to training following injury.
Fowler said: "We have been playing well, however we have given away soft goals. That has been the story of our season and it is something that we need cut out.
"Alloa may have been relegated, but they showed against Hibs that they are still up for winning games.
"They will be keen to build on that, but we want to end the season strongly."