Richard Sinclair and skipper Tony Quinn take control of Queen's Park for a fourth consecutive game when Elgin visit and they have added fit-again Sean Burns to their pool.
Everyone else is available as the Spiders look for a win that would give them a boost for the rest of the campaign.
Sinclair said: "We still have a chance of getting away from the bottom and winning this game makes that chance bigger.
"We didn't put enough pressure on the Stirling Albion goal last weekend and could not recover the loss of an early goal as a result. Hopefully we can put presure on Elgin in this game."
Elgin miss the crocked pair of David Niven (toe) and Brian Cameron (foot), with on-loan Aberdeen player Jamie Masson a major doubt after he sustained a knock during his debut in last Saturday's 3-1 win over Clyde.
Manager Ross Jack said: "Jamie looked like he was definitely out at the beginning of the week but he has done some training with Aberdeen and could yet make it.
"I am hoping he does as he was terrific against Clyde.
"We still have hopes of being involved in the play-offs and winning this game will help put us back in the race."