Berwick make light of fixture schedule and have Montrose in their sights
Berwick are at full strength for the visit of Montrose with manager John Coughlin set to make changes.
Coughlin has no new injury or suspension concerns as his side prepare for their fifth game in a fortnight.
Coughlin said: "I'm delighted to have everyone available as I need to select a side I believe will get us a win in this game.
"We will go out looking for the win as that will pull Montrose to within three points and we will have a game in hand.
"We have to go out and scrap for the points and it will not be easy as Montrose defeated league leaders Elgin last weekend."
The Gable Endies are still without the injured Ross McCord (knee) and Paul Watson (groin), while on-loan Falkirk goalkeeper Alex Tokarczyk is doubtful after illness and Graham Webster is struggling with a knock.
Manager Paul Hegarty said: "It was a deserved win over Elgin and I was pleased with the quality of goals that we scored.
"Our performance was the best that I have seen in my year at the club.
"Everyone played well and I will be a happy man if we produce the same level of performance and get the same result at Berwick.
"Like ourselves, Berwick want to climb the table so this will be a keenly-contested game."