Bottom of the table Queen's Park will again be looking for their first home win of the season in Scottish League Two when Clyde visit.
Grant Mosson will miss out due to a groin injury while James Baty has a shoulder problem
Head coach Gardner Speirs boasts the same squad that lost 3-2 to Ayr last weekend in the William Hill Scottish Cup and, despite the scoreline, he is looking for a similar performance.
Speirs explained: "We have been getting better every week and we gave Ayr a real fright. They are second in the league above us and we gave them a real fright. If we can bring that form to this game we can win."
Clyde welcome back Iain Gray from suspension as they look to repeat their 3-0 success over Queen's Park from earlier in the season.
Gavin Brown is unavailable due to suspension, however, with manager Jim Duffy telling his players that the Spiders have improved since their success over them.
Duffy said: "Queen's Park are starting to turn things around as I thought they would. We enjoyed a fine win over them but it will not just be a case of turning up and enjoying another one.
"Hampden has not been a happy place for us recently and we will have to play well for it to be this time."