Cowdenbeath will again be without midfielder Jamie Stevenson due to a hamstring problem against Falkirk.
The Blue Brazil put their first points on board when they defeated Dumbarton a fortnight ago and player-manager Colin Cameron is looking to build on that success.
He said: "We defeated Falkirk 4-1 last season and a repeat of that or even a 1-0 win would be very welcome.
"We are carrying a real goal threat just now and that is terrific, however we are losing too many soft goals. If we can cut out the mistakes in defence then we are in with a great chance of another win.
Falkirk will attempt to bounce back from last Saturday's Ramsdens Cup defeat by Raith.
They can include the fit again Olumide Durojaiye and Blair Alston in their squad, but although summer signing David McCracken has now started full training he will not feature due to a lack of match practice.
Technical director Alex Smith said: "Colin Cameron has done a great job at Cowdenbeath and this is a very tricky game. We lost last week as Raith took a chance and we didn't. Hopefully we have learned from it."