O'Brien back for Borderers
Berwick Rangers have Kenny O'Brien available against Clyde at Shielfield.
The striker was set to be suspended but but the SFA this week recalled the notice that had inadvertently told the Borderers that he was unavailable.
However, Stephen Tulloch (hamstring) and Dougie Brydon (groin) are out with manager Ian Little looking for his players to make up for last weekend's defeat to Elgin.
Little said: "We were playing really well and were two goals up at half-time. It was a terrific performance but it was all undone by giving away three very cheap goals.
"I am looking for us to get those three points back when we play a Clyde side that have given us problems in the past."
Clyde include fit-again defender Brian McQueen but Ryan MacBeth continues to be absent due to a virus.
Broadwood manager Jim Duffy is warning his men that they will be facing a determined Shielfield outfit.
He said: "Berwick will be disappointed at losing a game that they were winning. That one result cost them two places. It is a volatile table just now but they will want to start heading back up the way by defeating us.
"We battled well for a point at Peterhead and we will need to battle again to pick up anything in this game."