Arbroath have a full squad to choose from as they entertain Stenhousemuir in the race for promotion, with manager Paul Sheerin asking his players to forget all about Wednesday night's Scottish Cup replay with Celtic.
Sheerin said: ``It has been a busy time for everyone after drawing at Parkhead last Saturday but we need to put the Celtic game at the back of our minds against Stenhousemuir.
``The Second Division is so tight that one win or defeat can alter your position and therefore we need full concentration to pick up three points from this game.
``Stenhousemuir will be targeting a win to get themselves moving back up so we need to be at our best to see them off.''
Stenhousemuir will give late fitness checks to Craig Anderson and Andy Rodgers before manager Martyn Corrigan names his side for the game.
The Warriors' striker John Gemmell remains out with an ankle problem with the Ochilview side looking for the win that would take them ahead of their hosts in the table.
Corrigan said: ``We have several players back from injury now and that has helped us find our best form again. We gave Falkirk a right good game in the Scottish Cup last weekend before losing 1-0.
``Arbroath is always a hard venue but I am happier going there with the squad I have now, compared to the one I had a few weeks ago with the amount of injuries that we had.''