In-form Ayr United have no injury or suspension worries as they look to create a shock and knock Falkirk out of the Ramsdens Cup at Somerset Park.
United have won both of their Scottish League One games and player-manager Mark Roberts knows his side are playing well.
He said: "We have started the season well and have had the great combination of looking tight at the back and dangerous up front.
"Falkirk will be a tough test for us as they are coming here after a good win against Morton, however we can cause an upset if we play like we have been playing.
"There is nowhere better than Somerset Park for a good old fashioned cup tie and hopefully we will get our fans excited in this one."
The Bairns expect to have defender Stephen Kingsley available after picking up a slight knock in Saturday's win over Morton, however an ankle injury continues to keep Jonny Flynn away from the action.
Technical director Alex Smith is asking his men to make sure they start this game well and said: "Against Morton we were second best at the start of the game before taking over before half-time.
"We do not want to give Ayr any encouragement by allowing them to get up a head of steam. They are playing well and will be high on confidence after two wins and two clean sheets in the league."