Montrose expect to have Ricky McIntosh available after a hamstring problem when they look to secure a first win of the season against visitors Stirling Albion.
However, Craig Bell and Luke Johnston are both injury doubts with Links Park manager Stuart Garden hoping to bolster his squad with the loan signing of two youngsters from Premiership clubs before kick-off.
Garden said: "We played well at Elgin last week to get a win and we will look to build on that. Our two games with Stirling this season have been very close affairs but they have got the better of us.
"We will look to reverse that in this fixture."
Stirling miss the injured Kieran McAnespie (hamstring) and Chris Smith (knee) as they look for a third win of the season over Montrose.
Ross Forsyth is available after suspension and manager Greig McDonald is hopeful of adding one new face before the game on Saturday.
McDonald said: "Our second half performance against Annan last weekend when we battled back for a deserved point was the best we have played in a while. However, there is more to come from my players.
"Montrose had a good result against Elgin last weekend and will see this as a chance to close a gap in the play-off race so we need to keep our standards high."