Falkirk skipper Darren Dods will lead the Bairns out for the last time when Morton visit after he was told he will be released at the end of the season.
Striker Lewis Small is the only absentee with a shoulder injury.
Technical director Alex Smith said: ``It is important to win your last game of the season and send the fans home happy. It will also be good for the manager to get that first win under his belt.
``Morton sneaked away from here with a 1-0 win in our last meeting with a goal that I still reckon was offside so it would be good to make up for that.''
Morton's squad numbers have been depleted as Kevin Rutkiewicz has moved to play for Carolina Railhawks in America and Jordan Halsman has opted to join Fram Reykjavik in Iceland.
The second-placed Greenock side are also without Willie Dyer (shoulder), Martin Hardie (foot), Stephen Stirling (broken leg) and Michael Tidser (groin).
Manager Allan Moore said: ``Things have fizzled out for us over the past few weeks and that is disappointing. It has also taken some of the gloss off what has been the best season Morton has had for years.
``A win at Falkirk would be a good way to stop that and end things on a high.''