Cammy Kerr returns as Peterhead host Stranraer
Peterhead manager Jim McInally has Cammy Kerr available after a two-game ban as the Petrofac Training Cup finalists host Stranraer.
Kerr is likely to start with McInally tempted to make other changes as Ally Gilchrist, Jamie Stevenson and Simon Ferry have all shaken off knocks however Nicky Riley is sidelined with an ankle injury.
McInally said: "The boys put in a great shift to beat Queen's Park in our semi-final on Saturday and I will have to freshen things up as a result. We want to be pushing for promotion as well this season so I need as strong a side as possible to meet Stranraer."
The Stair Park men make the long trip north low on numbers with Lee Mair (groin), David Barron (hamstring), Peter McGill (foot), Chris Aitken (calf), Stevie Bell (foot), and Andy Stirling (foot) all ruled out injured.
Manager Brian Reid said: "I watched Peterhead at the weekend and I thought that they were deserved winners. We have hit a bit of a slump results wise but the best way to get out of that is to win this game.
"We have gone to Airdrie and Forfar this season and won. It would be terrific to do that at Peterhead and give our season a kick-start."