Carrick ready to roar for Lions
Dale Carrick is fit again giving Livingston manager David Hopkin a full squad to choose from for the visit of Stenhousemuir.
The striker has recovered from a hand injury and rejoins a Lions squad looking to make it three wins from three league matches.
"It has been great to put points on the board early and to do it by playing some good football. However, we have to stay focused as we are only two games in," said Hopkin.
"Winning this game has been made a bit harder by Stenhousemuir beating Rangers Under-20's in midweek as they will take a lot of confidence from that."
Warriors boss Brown Ferguson is without the injured Jim Paterson (back) and Ciaran Summers (hamstring) but he hopes to add a striker on loan before kick-off at the Tony Macaroni Arena.
Ferguson said: "Playing well and beating Rangers in midweek was important for us. We had been unlucky in a number of games since the start of the season and mentally we had to turn good performances into a success. We did that and stopped a losing run.
"We will take confidence from it into the league and can look forward to facing a Livingston side that have started the season really well."