Cowdenbeath bid to end winless streak
Cowdenbeath will be looking to claim their first victory in six matches when Peterhead visit on Saturday.
Manager Colin Nish will still be without he injured Jamie Sneddon (thigh) and Kyle Miller (foot) with Liam Callaghan a doubt as well.
Nish said: "We had been struggling to knit together after a few changes in the January transfer window however last weekend at Brechin was the best performance this year.
"It is a game that we felt we deserved more from than a 2-2 draw and we will look to make up for that against Peterhead. They are on a great run just now but great runs have to end."
Peterhead will be missing the suspended trio of captain Scott Ross, Steven Noble and Jordan Brown for the trip to Cowdenbeath.
Following Peterhead's 3-2 victory over Forfar last weekend, manager Jim McInally is still full of praise for his side.
McInally said: "At half time we were 2-1 down and just had a man sent off. I would have settled for a point at the stage however the players went out and got a result that not many people saw coming.
"This game will be a real slog on a very heavy Central Park pitch and we are a few bodies down but we will just have to get on with things."