Alloa miss only Iain Flannigan who has a back injury as they look for a second win of the season over Morton.
The Wasps are undefeated in six games and it is a case of more of the same for manager Paul Hartley.
"The players have been terrific recently and all I can ask them to do is to keep doing what they have been doing," he said. "We beat Morton down at their place but we will not be under-estimating them.
"Their players will see this game as an opportunity to impress whoever their new manager is going to be so we have to ready to meet that challenge."
Bottom of the table Morton head to Recreation Park without striker Kabba-Modou Cham who has completed a two-game ban only to suffer a back injury in training.
Scott Taggart returns after a knock and Reece Hands is available after three months out with a pelvic problem however Tony Wallace (groin) and David O'Brien (shoulder) are out.
Jonathon Page is a doubt for interim boss David Hopkin who leads the Greenock men for a third time.
"I have seen progress in the two games I have been in charge for so far and I want that to continue at Alloa," the former Scotland midfielder said.