Second-placed Queen's Park host Elgin at Hampden with head coach Gardner Speirs admitting he wants three points to boost his own side's promotion push as opposed to delaying a Third Division title party for Rangers.
Victory for the Spiders would put Rangers' inevitable title triumph on hold for a little longer, mathematically at least, regardless of the runaway leaders' result at third-placed Montrose.
Ricky Little and Michael Keenan are suspended for the clash while Allan Urquhart is sidelined with a knee injury, although the long-serving Tony Quinn is fit again after a hip problem.
Speirs said: ``We need to get the win to keep pushing towards a play-off spot. We have done well to get where we are but nothing has been achieved yet.
``The title situation will take care of itself and my only concern is ensuring we win this one against a side who will be determined to get into the mix themselves.''
Elgin head to Hampden with a major doubt hanging over the fitness of midfield playmaker Daniel Moore as he struggles with a knee injury.
Dennis Wyness continues to be out with a hamstring problem and Lewis Halford's calf injury keeps him on the sidelines, however Paul McMullan and Ross McKinnon are available after injury.
Elgin boss Ross Jack said: ``Daniel is not fully fit just now but he will travel down and we will look to have him involved at some point as he is such a key player for us.
``We still have a chance of making the play-offs and winning at Hampden would help keep that chance alive. They are a good side but we have done well there in the past.''