Nicolson gives Elgin lift
Elgin midfielder Mark Nicolson has failed to shrug off a hamstring injury and will miss the home game against Berwick.
David Niven (toe), Paul McMullan (ankle) and Brian Cameron (foot) all remain sidelined with manager Barry Wilson keen to pick up his first home win since being appointed in February.
Wilson said: "We won down at their place in the last game and hopefully we can win this one at our's.
"They will be aggrieved at losing two late goals last weekend and losing to Stirling, so we will be facing a side determined to get a win and remain in the play-off chase."
Berwick player-manager Colin Cameron will miss out with a hamstring injury as his side look to keep pace with Stirling, who occupy the final play-off spot.
Stevie Notman is missing with a knee injury, Damian Gielty is sidelined with a foot problem and Paul Currie is suspended after his controversial sending off last weekend.
Cameron said: "We know that only a win is good enough.
"If we get it and Stirling lose at Albion Rovers then we are very much back into things.
"We know Elgin are no push-overs, so we have to play well to get the win."