Full-strength league leaders East Fife seek revenge
Scottish League Two leaders East Fife are at full strength as they seek revenge on Queen's Park.
The visitors triumphed 3-0 last month and player/ manager Gary Naysmith is toying with the idea of making wholesale changes to his forward line.
Naysmith said: "I am in the very fortunate position of having three frontmen in good form and having the three of them fit at the same time. I normally go with just the two strikers however I am tempted to go out with them all.
"Queen's will view this game as a must win in terms of their title hopes whereas we want to win and stay top."
Queen's Park add a fit again Liam Brown to their squad that beat struggling Arbroath last week.
However John Carter is a doubt after surgery on a nose problem while Tony Quinn (hip) and Kenny Mackay (knee) are still out.
Head coach Gus MacPherson said: "East Fife have been on a terrific run with their only defeat in the last 11 games coming at our place. We will need to play as well as did on that day and as well as we played when we won at Bayview back in December if we are to pick up the three points.
"We kept going until we got a winner against Arbroath last weekend and we will need that resilience again."