Raith can welcome back defender Laurie Ellis after a calf injury when they look for a second win of the season over Falkirk.
Everyone else in the Kirkcaldy squad is available to manager Grant Murray, who is warning his men to be wary of the wounded Bairns.
Murray said: "No-one likes losing any game and losing 5-0 like Falkirk did to Aberdeen will have hurt them badly. While the game ran away from them they were only denied the lead by a good save from Jamie Langfield and they will be out to make amends for it quickly.
"We cannot take anything for granted especially as they want revenge for the Ramsdens Cup defeat."
Falkirk will give defender Will Vaulks until the last minute to prove his fitness.
David McCracken is on standby to make his full debut should Vaulks not be available.
Technical director Alex Smith said: ""We were at Raith earlier this month and lost 1-0 in the Ramsdens Cup.
"Winning this one and going second in the table would be a great way to bounce back from that game and also the Aberdeen one."