No worries for Cameron
Cowdenbeath are at full strength for the visit of Morton to Central Park as they look for the win that would take them four points clear of the Greenock men who are at the foot of the table.
Player/manager Colin Cameron reckons it will be a battle between two sides looking to build on good performances last weekend.
"We went down to Queen of the South and drew 1-1," he explained. "I would probably have taken that before the game but we played well enough to win it.
"We will take confidence from that into this one however Morton will feel the same after their draw with the league leaders Hamilton."
Morton manager Allan Moore will finalise his side after late checks on Joe McKee and Kabba-Modou Cham however three players have already been ruled out.
Thomas O'Ware (foot), Reece Hands (knee) and David O'Brien (shoulder) are unavailable to Moore who is asking his men to get the win that will lift them up the table.
Moore said: "A win would get us away from bottom place and that would be a good days work.
"If we play like we did against Hamilton we can get the three points but I know that Cowdenbeath will be wanting the points just as much as we do."