Wilson eyes home comforts
Recently-appointed Elgin manager Barry Wilson has ruled out four players due to injury as he looks for his first win at home when Stirling visit.
Foot problems keep Brian Cameron and David Niven absent, Paul McMullan is sidelined with an ankle injury while Jamie Masson is missing due to a knee complaint.
Wilson said: "It was great to hit one target by winning away from home and I want to add to that with a home win.
"Stirling had a great win last weekend and will be looking to boost their play-off hopes with a second success, however we want to go on a good run of results."
Stirling welcome back Graham Weir from suspension and Kieran McAnespie from injury, however, Grieg McDonald's side travel north without James Bishop, who has work commitments.
Ross Forsyth, Brian Allison, Chris Smith (all knee), David McClune (ankle), Phil Johnston (thigh) and Dale Fulton (hamstring) are all also ruled out due to injury.
McDonald said: "Both teams secured excellent results last week so will be looking forward to this game.
"We are actually better placed bodies-wise than last week so we can look forward to the game.
"We are keen to kick on and put a run of results together that get us into a play-off place."