Alloa re-signed defender Jonathan Tiffoney on Thursday and added former Dumbarton full-back James Creaney and the pair will both be involved against Dundee.
Jason Marr misses out with a back injury and Darren Young's calf problem keeps him on the sidelines, with manager Paul Hartley unable to pick his side until late checks are made on Ryan McCord, Graeme Holmes and Stephen Simmons.
Hartley said: "We could be down to the bare bones against the side I reckon will win the First Division. However, I am looking for us to give them a real test.
"We will have youngsters involved again and they have never let us down."
Dundee will be without only the long-term injured Stephen O'Donnell.
The Dark Blues had looked to include youngster Craig Wighton who turns 16 on Saturday, however he cannot be registered until Monday and the midfielder's debut has been delayed as a result.
Manager John Brown said: "We need to be prepared to have a really tough 90 minutes as Alloa will see themselves as underdogs.
"They have done really well under Paul Hartley in the last two years and have a strong record at home so we will need to go in with our sleeves rolled up."