Forfar welcome back on-loan Dundee United pair Dale Hilson (ankle) and Willie Robertson after injury and suspension for the visit of Alloa.
Missing for the Loons are Keith Gibson (knee) and Odmar Faero who is on international duty with the Faroe Islands.
Station Park manager Dick Campbell said: ``We played well at East Fife last weekend and we need to keep achieving that high standard.
``There were good signs that we are beginning to knit together and be the team that I know we can be and to be honest the winning margin should have been greater than 2-1.
``Alloa have beaten us twice so far and we are very determined that they will not pick up a third win.''
Alloa include Michael Doyle in their squad for the first time this year with the defender fully recovered from recent groin surgery.
The Wasps also include 15-year-old defender Andrew Ward as Darryl Meggat (knee), Jonathan Tiffoney (ankle), Darren Young (ankle) and Stephen Simmons (hamstring) are all facing fitness tests.
Recreation Park manager Paul Hartley said: ``We could be a bit short of numbers and if I get one of the four players facing tests playing I will be happy.
``We have played well in our games against Forfar this season but we know that we face a tough task to get a third win. They will have been boosted by defeating East Fife last week so have to play well to take anything.``