McGeachie rated touch-and-go
Fourth-placed Stirling's only doubt for their promotion play-off clash with third-placed Clyde is Ross McGeachie (ankle).
Manager Greig McDonald is not spending any time working out what combination of results would see his team secure a play-off place.
He explained: "I am keeping things simple. If we beat Clyde we are in the play-offs so that is what I will send my team out to do. I am not interested in holding out for a draw; we just need to win.
"They are the only team we have not beaten so it would be good to put that right."
Clyde manager Jim Duffy has not considered resting any players for their trip to Stirling as they are four men down already.
Stuart McColm misses out as he is on honeymoon with injuries ruling out David Marsh (hamstring), Iain Gray (football) and Stef McCluskey (neck).
Duffy said: "We do not have that big a squad to start making changes with next week in mind. We want to be heading into the play-offs on the back of a win and a points total of 60 so we are looking to win.
"Stirling will go for it as they will want to get above us in the table."