Berwick are without Steven Notman for the visit of Queen's Park following his sending off against Clyde last Saturday.
Michael Dunlop misses out after picking up a shoulder injury in the same game, while Dougie Brydon remains absent with a pelvic injury. Stephen Tulloch is in line to make his return from injury.
Player-manager Colin Cameron said: "We started off really well against Clyde last week but then slipped back a bit and that saw us draw 3-3. However that is seven points from nine with 10 goals scored, so there is plenty to be positive about.
"If we get back to what we are capable of, we can win this one."
Bottom-of-the-table Queen's Park head to Shielfield with a full squad as they look to secure their first win under recently appointed head coach Gus MacPherson.
The trip to Shielfield is a first for MacPherson, who explained: "I have watched games at Berwick but I have never played or taken a team there so I am looking forward to the game.
"We will need to defend well as Colin Cameron has his side scoring goals since he came in. I have been happy with what I have seen from the players since I joined but I know that this will be a real test for them."