Kenny Adamson to miss Cowdenbeath's home clash with Stirling
Kenny Adamson has been ruled out of Cowdenbeath's home clash with Stirling Albion due to a back injury.
Martyn Corrigan is in caretaker charge of Albion following the departure of Stuart McLaren, and Blue Brazil boss Liam Fox does not know what to expect from the visitors.
"Stirling are a bit of an unknown quantity for this game as their assistant manager Martyn Corrigan has taken temporary charge and he could look to mix things up a bit," said Fox.
"However, we cannot worry too much about them as we need to concentrate on what we can do and what we are good at to get the win.
"We were defensively strong in our goalless draw at Arbroath last weekend and hopefully we will be again, but with more potency up front."
Ross Forsyth (knee) and Bryan Hodge are both out for Stirling and Aurelien Mazel is a doubt, but Ross Smith and Moses Olanrewaju could return.
Corrigan said: "Results have not been good enough and we need to start turning that around. I have agreed to stay on for the time being to help things stabilise and then we will see what happens.
"Beating Cowdenbeath would be a good way to generate positivity."