Little ponders changes
Berwick boss Ian Little is contemplating making alterations to his side as they entertain league-leaders Peterhead.
Despite two wins in a row, Little, who is without defensive pair of Dougie Brydon (pelvis) and Stephen Tulloch (hamstring), admits he is facing a selection quandary.
He explained: "After a run of playing well and not winning we have won two games, scoring six goals and not conceding any, without playing that well.
"I would probably not normally change anything however Peterhead are a really strong side, who have very good attackers, and I am tempted to alter one or two things."
Peterhead have a major doubt over Graeme Sharp who is struggling to recover from a hip injury.
If he is not passed fit, Sharp will join Callum MacDonald (knee), Craig Tully (ankle) and David Cox (foot) on the sidelines
Manager Jim McInally said: "We will face a tough game at Berwick as they are a very good footballing side. We have stepped things up in recent weeks but we are still not taking chances at a rate I am completely happy with.
"Berwick have good strikers in Scott Dalziel and Darren Lavery so we know that we will have to score to do anything in this game as they are always liable to nick something."