Simon Ferry back for Peterhead against Cowdenbeath
Peterhead manager Jim McInally will include the fit-again Simon Ferry but has delayed naming his side for Saturday's Scottish League One home clash with Cowdenbeath as Scott Ross and Jamie Stevenson are both injury doubts.
McInally - without Nicky Riley due to an ankle problem - is looking for an improvement after Tuesday night's 1-1 draw with Stranraer.
He said: "We had the high of reaching the Petrofac Final last weekend and then were very flat in midweek.
"We played poorly and we will need to be more upbeat against Cowdenbeath who had a good win last weekend and have two very dangerous strikers in Gordon Smith and Greig Spence."
Cowdenbeath's recent signing Fraser Kerr is still not available as the suspension he picked up at former club Motherwell has not been fully served.
They are also without the injured John Armstrong (hamstring), Lewis Milne (knee) and Jack Beaumont (foot) as they look to stretch their unbeaten run to five games.
Player/manager Colin Nish said: "Three of our recent games have been at home and when we won at Stranraer last month it was our first away win of the season. I want us to show that we can play well on the road consistently.
"A good level of performance is needed as Peterhead are strong."