Livingston striker Tony Andreu will have a Saturday lunchtime fitness test on a niggling hamstring problem ahead of the visit of Raith.
The Lions are hoping the Frenchman makes it as they are already without Ross Docherty (groin), Stefan Scougall (hamstring), Marc McNulty (hamstring), Ross Gray (groin) and Keaghan Jacobs (knee).
But Kyle Jacobs could make the bench after overcoming an ankle problem.
Boss Ritchie Burke said: ``We did well to win at Airdrie last week but we need to be more ruthless in front of goal. Raith are a decent side and like us they will be looking to end the season on a high with a win.
``Some players are playing for their futures so I am expecting an energetic performance.''
Raith have a full-strength squad available as they attempt to pick up their first three-point haul against the Lions this season.
Player-manager Grant Murray said: ``We want the season to finish on a high and we can do that if we get a win at Livingston. We have lost to them twice and have drawn one game so it would be good to chalk up a win in the final meeting.
``We will no doubt have several players moving on during the summer so it will be the last chance for this group to play together and I am hoping that they mark it with a win. We have also not won for four games so it would be good to end that run as well.''