Stenhousemuir will be without Stewart Kean when East Fife visit as the forward is struggling with a calf injury.
Everyone else in the Warriors pool is available to manager Martyn Corrigan who is hoping to turn performances into results.
Corrigan said: ``Recently we have been playing like a side that are going for promotion but we haven't picked up the points we deserve.
``Last week against leaders Queen of the South we did most of the attacking and deserved to take something from the game rather than lose it.
``Hopefully we can start getting the points we are due but it will not be easy as I used to play for the East Fife manager Billy Brown and know how good he is.''
East Fife will again be without striker Gareth Wardlaw (virus) as they look to arrest a mini-slump and pick up their first win in six games.
Manager Brown said: ``We have had a disappointing run but that can sometimes happen in a league like this where there is so little between everyone.
``Things will start falling for us and quite often little breaks are what are settling games.
``We beat Stenhousemuir in our last meeting in a game that was ruined by the wind so I don't read too much into that. What I do know is that this game will be settled by who plays best on the day.''