Borderers look up without Brydon
Berwick will be without defender Dougie Brydon again as they bid to climb the Scottish League Two table with a home win against Montrose.
Brydon is still struggling with a pelvic problem, while goalkeeping coach Gary O'Connor will continue on the bench as Billy Bald has undergone surgery on a leg injury.
The fixture was originally scheduled for last week, but was called off shortly before kick-off due a floodlight failure at Shielfield.
Berwick boss Ian Little said: "Our second-bottom position is not a fair reflection of how well we are playing.
"We are carrying no good fortune at all, but if we get a fair break against Montrose we can win."
Montrose can climb up to second place with a win and manager Stuart Garden has delayed naming his team until Ricky McIntosh undergoes a fitness test on a hamstring problem.
Alan Campbell remains sidelined with an ankle injury and Lloyd Young is missing through work commitments.
Garden said: "We have a huge incentive to win this game as would climb three places.
"We would be second, just a point behind the leaders and that is good going.
"But it won't be easy as Berwick will be out to make up for what must have been a sore defeat at Annan on Saturday."