Both sides at full strength
Falkirk have everyone available to face Cowdenbeath as they look for revenge after going down 1-0 to the Blue Brazil earlier this season.
The Bairns' players have been asked to start off how they finished last week at Dundee.
Technical director Alex Smith said: "We were really strong at the end of the game at Dens Park and deservedly secured an equaliser. If we can start the way we were playing in the closing stages of that game I am sure that we can win this one.
"Cowdenbeath started off really well against Hamilton last week so we have to keep our level of performance high."
Blue Brazil boss Colin Cameron also has a fully-fit squad.
Cameron is looking for his players to put in a 90-minute performance as opposed to a 60-minute one.
He explained: "We played really well for an hour against the league leaders, Hamilton Accies, last weekend and were two goals ahead. However, we lost a goal and dropped out of things before losing 4-2 with a 30-minute performance that was the opposite of what had gone before.
"It was a disappointing defeat but we can take confidence from our display in that first hour. If we can hit that level consistently for 90 minutes we can win at Falkirk."