Ferguson eyes Clyde comeback
Clyde hope to have exciting winger Scott Ferguson back in the fold after a knee injury when they come up against Montrose.
Nic Rajovic (shoulder), Kevin Watt (ankle) and Bradley Coyne (knee) all miss out, though, as the third-placed Bully Wee look to boost their play-off aspirations in Scottish League Two.
Boss Jim Duffy said: "It is now Peterhead's league to throw away so we have to concentrate on being in the play-offs. There is no breathing space in the table and the only way to create some is to beat teams and hopefully we can start doing that at Montrose.
"However they will be out to get into things as well so it is a tricky game."
Montrose are again without defender Luke Johnston due to a hip injury.
Everyone else in the Gable Endies squad is available to manager Stuart Garden, who is looking for the win that will pull his side closer to a play-off berth.
Garden said: "We simply have to win to get closer to Clyde and the other teams in the top four. They will be looking to bounce back after losing to Peterhead last weekend whereas we want to build on our win over Queen's Park.
"We can play better than we did last Saturday and we will need that improvement to defeat Clyde."