Duff back from ban
Elgin have Jamie Duff back from suspension as they look to build on a fine 3-0 win over Montrose last Saturday by defeating Queen's Park.
The injured Paul McMullan (ankle) and David Niven (toe) both remain out, with Graeme Beveridge and Graham Bayne injury doubts.
However, on-loan Aberdeen midfielder Jamie Masson returns after a knee injury.
Manager Barry Wilson said: "We will go into this game with a bit of confidence after a good result at Links Park.
"Queen's Park have been playing good football under Gus McPherson and they have definitely improved so we are in for a tough afternoon if we do not play well."
Queen's Park brought Tony Wallace back to the club for a second loan spell from Morton and he will be involved along with new recruit Craig Sutherland, who has returned from a spell in America.
But the injured David Anderson (ankle) and skipper Tony Quinn, who is suspended, miss out.
Head coach McPherson said: "We competed very well against the champions elect Peterhead last weekend especially in the first half-hour when we were well on top.
"Elgin will have taken a boost from beating Montrose and keeping a clean sheet, however we can go there and win."