Fully-fit squad for Peterhead
Peterhead's Nathan Blockley has been passed fit for the visit of league leaders Dunfermline to Balmoor and his return gives manager Jim McInally a full squad to choose from.
The Blue Toon are looking to make it 10 games in a row without defeat, but McInally feels there is no pressure on them against the Pars.
McInally said: "This is a free game for us as we have done so well recently to get established in third place. I am sure that Dunfermline will go on and win the league, but it would be great if we could go out against them and play some really good football."
Dunfermline expect to have Marc McAusland available after an ankle injury as they look to defeat the only side they have not got the better of in League 1 so far in this campaign.
Callum Fordyce and Ryan Williamson remain absent after suffering broken legs earlier in the season and Lewis Martin is a doubt.
East End Park manager Allan Johnston said: "Peterhead are in great form so this will be a really tough game. However, if we pass the ball in the manner we can and play at the quick tempo that we are capable of, then we can get the better of them."