Forfar welcome back Stephen Tulloch from suspension as they face fellow promotion hopefuls Alloa at Station Park.
Michael Bolochoweckyj is still suspended and Jamie Bishop is out injured, but Iain Campbell returns to the Loons squad.
Manager Dick Campbell is hoping to make it four wins in as many games on the club's recently-installed artificial turf.
Campbell said: ``We scored four times last week to defeat Albion Rovers and we're on a good run just now, but this will be a real test as Alloa will fancy moving closer to us.
``We also have a perfect home record to defend, so we need to keep doing what we have been doing to see off Paul Hartley's side.''
Alloa will include new loan signing Mitchel Megginson in their squad.
Aberdeen striker Megginson looks likely to start against the Loons as Alloa pair Kevin Cawley and David Cox have been ruled out with knocks, as has captain Darren Young.
Alloa boss Paul Hartley said: ``We've picked up a few injuries and are facing a really good side so I'm delighted that my old club agreed that Mitchel could come and join us.
``I'm sure he will add a lot of value during the month he is here. Forfar have been very strong at home this season, but we're used to an artificial surface so we have nothing to worry about on that score.''