Watson and McCord out for Montrose
Montrose are without Paul Watson who has a groin injury and Ross McCord who has a knee problem when Queen's Park visit.
Paul Hegarty's side took a step towards ensuring that they will not be involved in the relegation play-offs when they beat East Stirling last weekend but the Gable Endies boss is taking nothing for granted.
Hegarty said: "It was a good win but there is still plenty of work to be done starting against a Queen's Park side that I rate really highly.
"They won 6-1 here on their last visit and we have to show that we are a better side than that result."
Queen's Park are without the suspended Jamie McKernon with Tony Quinn (hip), James Baty (groin), Liam Brown (rib) and Kenny Mackay (knee) all out however Vinnie Berry has been passed fit.
Head coach Gus MacPherson said: "It would be great to repeat our fine win from earlier in the season at Links Park however football does not work like that. That was only one of the two home games that Montrose have lost this season so that shows how strong a side they can be.
"They added experience in January, particularly up front, so we know that we have to defend properly if we are to do anything."