Watt can light-up Stenny
Stenhousemuir will include former Motherwell winger Josh Watt for the first time when Brechin visit Ochilview.
New signing Watt, who had loan spells with Airdrie and Raith Rovers, has impressed in training and could play as Darren Smith is doubtful.
John Gemmell is available after shaking off an ankle injury and David Rowson remains sidelined following knee surgery.
Manager Martyn Corrigan said: "After losing 8-0 to Rangers I was a tad concerned over how the players would react against East Fife last weekend.
"I was not too disappointed with our point and we have the chance to show that is fully out of our system by defeating Brechin."
Brechin have Graham Hay available after a two-game ban as they look to pick up their first win in six games by seeing off hosts Stenhousemuir.
Unfortunately for manager Ray McKinnon he cannot call on Derek Carcary and Stephen Robb, who have returned to training after injury due to a lack of match practice.
McKinnon said: "I've been a bit disappointed with our performances recently and Airdrie last weekend was another poor one.
"We are giving away cheap goals and that needs to stop.
"We also need to start games a lot better as we are giving ourselves mountains to climb every week by going behind."