Clarke out for Raith
Raith Rovers will be without striker Pat Clarke due to a groin problem when they entertain Cowdenbeath.
The Kirkcaldy side secured their First Division status with a midweek 2-1 win over Dumbarton and player-manager Grant Murray is now looking to see things out in style, although he may take the opportunity to give some youngsters first-team experience against the Blue Brazil.
Murray said: "We have reached the objective of the season with five games to play and now we want more points on board. We were never in serious danger but it is good to know that we have avoided the play-offs already.
"There are still 15 points available for and I want to win them all, starting with a first win of the season over Cowdenbeath."
Cowdenbeath will be without Craig Moore after the striker picked up an ankle injury in the 2-2 draw with Livingston in midweek.
Scott Linton will also miss out due to a hamstring problem with Lewis Milne (tonsilitis), Liam Cusack (knee) and Pablo Navas (hip) also absent.
Kenny Adamson and Dean Brett are expected to return after injury.
Player-manager Colin Cameron said: "The games with Raith Rovers have all been drawn this season but if we can pick up a win it will go a long way to helping us come the end of the season."