Forfar skipper Gavin Swankie is available to face Stenhousemuir after a hamstring injury and Odmar Faero has returned from family commitments in his native Faroe Islands.
Both players are included in manager Dick Campbell's plans however they may have to settle for a place on the bench after the Loons' 5-1 win over Brechin.
Campbell said: "It was a terrific way to bring in the new year and very few teams would have lived with us in that game. A win would take us above Stenhousemuir and get us right into the mix for a play-off place.
"That has to be our aim."
The Warriors are without only Ross Brash (broken foot) as they look to bounce back after defeats to Dunfermline and Rangers.
Manager Martyn Corrigan said: "I was pleased with how we have played the last two games even if the results have gone against us.
"We showed we are a good footballing side in both games and deserved to have picked up something from them both.
"We also showed a battling side to our game and we will need that as Forfar is a really tough venue, however we won there earlier in the season and have every intention of doing so again."