Garden ready for Winter Montrose will include fit again Jamie Winter for the first time this season following groin surgery against Berwick. New defender Phil McGuire is also in contention for a place but Paul Watson's knee injury keeps him out. Links Park boss Stuart Garden said: "It is good to have Jamie and Phil ready to be involved as they are two of the most experienced players we have at the club. "We have been competing well in parts of games but not been able to do that consistently for a 90-minute spell. "Having these guys on board will allow us to do that hopefully starting against Berwick who are more than a decent team." Berwick are without Marc Lancaster and Stuart Noble for the trip to Links Park. Lancaster misses out on the trip north due to a hamstring problem and Noble is not yet match fit after two months out. Manager Ian Little was delighted his men defeated East Stirling in their last outing having been under the spotlight when they faced Rangers. He boss said: "I did worry that the players may have had trouble adjusting after the attention they received but they showed that they could handle it well by winning the next game. "Montrose have probably been better than their points tally would suggest so we need another mature performance to win this one."