Elgin have experienced striker Dennis Wyness available after recent family commitments to face Annan at Borough Briggs as Ross Jack's side look to make it eight games in a row without defeat in Scottish League Two.
A facial injury keeps Ross MacKinnon on the sidelines, with Mark Nicolson not yet ready to return after a stomach problem and Paul Millar still out due to a knee injury.
Jack said: "One of our players, Fraser Forbes, is on loan to Buckie Thistle and played against Annan in the Scottish Cup last weekend so we are pretty well briefed. They are a good side with good strikers who will need a lot of watching."
Annan welcome back Steven Sloan as they head north to Elgin after he completed a two-match ban as the Galabank men defeated Buckie 4-0 last Saturday.
Steven Black drops out of things due to an ankle injury with on-loan Newcastle United kid Steven Logan also absent after his metatarsal break.
Manager Jim Chapman said: "Elgin have done really well to string a run of unbeaten games together in this really competitive league.
"We are slowly moulding ourselves into the side I would like us to be and if we play to our potential we are in with a chance of making a long journey worthwhile with a win."