Forfar will be missing Michael Bolochoweckyj and Dale Hilson through suspension as they host Angus neighbours Arbroath in a game that will help determine who earns a play-off place at the end of the season.
Keith Gibson remains out with a knee injury, however Odmar Faero returns for the Loons after international duty with the Faroe Islands.
Station Park manager Dick Campbell said: ``This is a big game for both ourselves and Arbroath. I am disappointed that our last two games were postponed as we had picked up seven points from a possible 10 and were playing well.
``We have not beaten Arbroath this season but we have not had any luck against them either so hopefully things will balance out in this game. A win could set us up for a very exciting May.
Arbroath have no injury or suspension worries as they look for the win that would see them overtake their hosts in the hunt for a play-off spot.
Gayfield player/manager Paul Sheerin reckons this game will have an extra edge to it.
``This will be played like a cup-tie as both sides want control of fourth spot,'' he said. ``Being a derby match makes it even more exciting. With Forfar having a game in hand on us a draw may well suit them but we will be looking for the three points.
``We have done well against them already this season but this is the start of a really important part of the season where all the games will have extra significance.``