Faroe Islands international Odmar Faeroe is line for his Forfar debut against Brechin just a few days after facing Germany in a World Cup qualifier.
Centre-back Marc McCulloch is missing due to work commitments and Jamie Bishop remains out with a knee injury.
Former Brechin player Charlie King will need to pass a late fitness test.
Manager Dick Campbell is looking for his men to make it four wins in a row.
He said: ``Things are looking good just now for us but this is a really tricky game as Brechin are a strong side who will be out to stop our run.''
Brechin have a full squad available for the first time this season.
Manager Jim Weir feels the international break came at the right time for his side.
He said: ``Having a fortnight off has allowed us to regroup after a disappointing display against Alloa and also get everyone fit.
``There have been times this season already when I have not been able to fill the substitutes' bench due to the amount of players we have out so to be heading to Forfar with a full squad is great.
``They have been flying and will be going into this game on a high but we will go out and look to play our normal game and see where that takes us.``