Ton up for Hartley
Alloa boss Paul Hartley completes a century of games in charge of the Recreation Park club when Raith Rovers visit on Saturday.
Hartley, who was appointed in 2011, only has defender James Creaney unavailable due to illness.
Hartley said: "The last 99 games have gone past quickly but I am not looking back as all my focus is on Raith.
"They have had a good season and have good players including Kevin Moon and Calum Elliot who played a big part in Alloa getting promoted.
"We are going into the game on the back of two wins and two clean sheets so I am pleased with where we are. A home win would be a nice way to complete my century."
Raith are missing full-back Callum Booth through suspension after he was sent off when the Kirkcaldy side went down 2-0 to Dundee last weekend.
Goalkeeper David McGurn continues to be absent due to an Achilles tendon problem, with manager Grant Murray looking for his men to bounce back quickly.
Murray said: "Alloa are a good side who have come through a couple of tricky games with wins so they will be full of confidence.
"We had to dig deep to beat Alloa earlier in the season as we were behind and we will need the same approach this time out."