Belated Forfar debut for Andy Ryan
Forfar will hand striker Andy Ryan a delayed debut against Stenhousemuir.
Last weekend's match at Airdrie was postponed and Ryan was then ineligible for the abandoned Scottish Cup tie against Linlithgow Rose in midweek.
Loons manager Gary Bollan has no injuries to contend with but his squad is a player down after Chris Templeman left for Montrose.
Bollan said: "It has been a frustrating first month in this job as we have not been able to build any momentum due to postponements and then the game with Linlithgow being called off due to a power failure. It would be great to get a win over Stenhousemuir and kick-start my time here."
Stenhousemuir have brought in goalkeeper Graham Bowman on loan from Falkirk as Jamie Barclay has suffered a thigh strain.
Liam Henderson's loan period from Hearts is at an end and Carlos Mazana is unavailable but Ciaran Summers and Jason Scotland both return after injury.
The Warriors were winning 1-0 over Brechin when the game was abandoned at half-time last Saturday but manager Brown Ferguson saw plenty of positives.
Ferguson said: "It was frustrating. But I was impressed with how the players had gone about things. We had played a slightly different shape and it looked to have worked, and we will build on that at Forfar."