Raith Rovers have top goalscorer Brian Graham available to face Fife rivals Dunfermline.
The striker served the second game of his two-match suspension in the midweek Scottish Cup win over Airdrie and returns to the fold.
The Stark's Park side are looking to pull to within a point of their neighbours, however, goalkeeper David McGurn is unavailable as he has not fully recovered from a rib injury.
Manager Grant Murray said: ``We have wrapped the players in cotton wool since Tuesday as the extra time took a lot out of them.
``This is a big game and I have the nice selection headache of having Brian available again.
``Dunfermline will have been hurt by the Partick Thistle defeat last weekend so they will see this game as the perfect one to bounce back in.''
Second-top Dunfermline make the short journey missing only left-back Stephen Jordan who has a calf injury.
They are determined to use the derby game as the perfect pick-me-up after losing 5-1 to Partick Thistle last Saturday.
The Pars' assistant manager Gerry McCabe said: ``Thistle deserved their win although the margin of victory was probably greater than was fully merited, however we are really keen to get going again and this is a great game to do that in.
``I watched Raith Rovers in midweek and they are a good side that will also have Brian Graham to play against us but we beat them earlier in the season.
``A repeat of that will have everyone involved with Dunfermline buzzing again.''