Montrose welcome back three players from suspension against Queen's Park.
Goalkeeper Sandy Wood is available along with full-back Stephen McNally and the versatile Terry Masson.
Manager Stuart Garden also has no injury worries to report.
Garden said: ``We have two home games in a row and getting good results in them could really make a difference in terms of our league position.
``We want to establish a good run of results and two wins and a draw is not a bad start but I want more.
``They will be looking to bounce back from a couple of disappointing results so it will be tough.''
Queen's Park travel on a disappointing run of only one win in eight games.
They will give a start to goalkeeper Blair Lochhead for the first time as Neil Parry is suspended.
Youth-team keeper Cameron Sinclair will provide cover for Lochhead while the Hampden side are also missing the banned Jamie Brough and injured David Anderson.
Head coach Gardner Speirs said: ``As well as Blair coming in I will look to freshen a few things up after a disappointing run of results.
``It is always good to get the ball out and play again when you have not been at your best.
``We are not far away from what we need to produce and if we show a touch more finesse we will do okay.``