Morton complete their home games with the visit of Hamilton, and the Greenock side have Peter Weatherson available again.
The striker, 32, came through a reserve game in midweek to leave only midfielder Michael Tidser (groin) out of manager Allan Moore's squad.
Moore said: ``This is the best season that Morton have enjoyed in a number of years. Whilst we have not achieved promotion we have put a lot more points on the board than we have in previous seasons.
``We want to go out in style at home and when you consider that Hamilton are the only side we have not beaten this season it would be great to put that right.''
Hamilton's interim boss Alex Neil will finalise his team after a Saturday lunchtime fitness test on Ziggy Gordon.
The Accies are already missing Jon McShane, who has a hamstring problem, and Kieran Millar, who has a knee injury, but the side welcome back Jonathan Page from a ban.
Neil said: ``We have done really well in my five games in charge with four wins and a draw. However, this is the toughest test yet as Morton have accumulated a lot of points this season and are a very experienced side. We have a big challenge to rise to.
``I am confident however, that if the boys play like they have been playing recently then they will do okay and take something from the game.''