Defender Iain Gray is available following suspension as Clyde look for their first win in eight games against Montrose at Broadwood.
However, the Bully Wee will be without the banned John Neil and Steven Masterton, who is still struggling with a knee injury.
Manager Jim Duffy said: ``We have got back to normality in training after the intense focus that the Rangers game brought and are looking to take the points from what is a more normal Third Division game.
``There are only six points between the seven teams in the middle of this league and that shows you how competitive most of the games are. Hopefully we will come out on top and move above our visitors in the table.''
Goalkeeper Sandy Wood and defensive pair Stephen McNally and Terry Masson miss out for Montrose through suspension.
The Gable Endies welcome back left-sided player Paul Watson after three months out with a knee injury as they look to make it three games unbeaten for the first time this season.
Boss Stuart Garden said: ``We came from behind to beat Stirling and then did the same to draw with Elgin when we were down to 10 men so I am looking for us to build on those good efforts.
``Clyde did well against Rangers where they created decent chances and kept a good shape at the back so we will need to play well.``