Stirling will be without Ross Forsyth due to work commitments as they look to bounce back from Saturday's defeat from Clyde when they welcome Albion Rovers.
Kieran McAnespie misses out with an ankle injury and a hamstring problem keeps David Weatherson away from the game.
Forthbank manager Greig McDonald said: "Saturday's game was very frustrating as we gave away soft goals in the first half and then dominated the second without getting a leveller despite creating chance after chance.
"If we can play like we can for the 90 minutes against Albion Rovers then we can get the win and get going again."
Albion have lost midfielder Kevin Nicoll from their squad ahead of kick-off at Forthbank after he picked up a knee injury in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Queen's Park.
Chris Dallas is available again to manager James Ward however Pat Walker (ankle), Peter Innes (arm and leg) and Darren Miller (knee) are all ruled out.
Ward said: "This is a crazy league at the moment as we have the best defensive record in the league and are the only unbeaten team away from home but sit ninth.
"Our squad is a bit depleted but we will still be looking for the three points at Stirling."