Raith back down to earth
Ramsdens Cup winners Raith come back to reality with the visit of Dumbarton and will be missing the suspended Liam Fox, Kevin Moon and Joe Cardle.
Dougie Hill, who picked up a shoulder injury in the 1-0 success over Rangers, has proved his fitness and will feature with youngsters Lewis Vaughan and Ross Callaghan in line for starts as well.
Manager Grant Murray said: "We are back into our normal routine and are doing everything we can to ensure that things do not fall flat.
"We have five games left and we want to climb the table. Beating Dumbarton would be a good start to that aim."
Dumbarton hope to include Michael Miller at Stark's Park after he missed out on last weekend's 4-1 win over Alloa due to a dislocated toe.
Chris Turner is also back after a head knock with manager Ian Murray saying: "Raith will be on a massive high after winning the Ramsdens Cup however we are hoping to bring them back down to earth quickly.
"They played very well to defeat Rangers but we had a good win over Alloa and are looking to build on that.
"This is a huge game for us to win as the teams around us, Queen of the South and Livingston, both playing title-chasing sides.