Berwick boss set for debut
Colin Cameron, who was appointed as new Berwick player/manager on Tuesday after Ian Little was sacked last weekend, is included in the squad to face visitors Stirling.
Dougie Brydon is out with a pelvic injury and a hamstring problem keeps Stephen Tulloch on the sidelines with former Cowdenbeath boss Cameron saying: "I am delighted to have a game so quickly into my career at Berwick.
"I have not decided whether to play from the start but I am in the fortunate position of knowing a bit about the squad here as Cowdenbeath played them back in August.
"Stirling are a strong side but a win would be a terrific start here."
Stirling's Chris Smith is missing with a knee injury and Stephen Day is again unavailable due to work commitments as manager Greig McDonald looks for an improvement despite two wins in a row.
McDonald, who has spent a fruitless week trying to bring new faces to Forthbank, said: "It has been great to pick up 6 points but we know that we can play a lot better than we have been.
"Berwick away is always a tricky game and it will be all the harder now as their players will be out to impress their new manager.
"Colin is also a more than decent player so we face a tough afternoon."