Montrose defender Paul Lunan is their only absentee with a fractured ankle as they entertain Berwick Rangers looking for a second home win in four days.
The Gable Endies defeated Stirling 3-2 on Saturday and manager Stuart Garden is looking for more of the same saying: ``We had got ourselves into a play-off place and stayed there despite not playing before Christmas or on Boxing Day when teams were catching up with us.
``We kept our place with a win at the weekend and we have to go into every game looking for the win that will consolidate us there.
``Berwick will be disappointed by losing to a late goal to Clyde and be keen to make up for us winning at their place so we are in for a tough game.''
Berwick Rangers hope to have Steve Notman back in their midfield after illness kept him out of Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Clyde.
Marc Lancaster and Dene Droudge remain out while Chris Townsley is a doubt due to a back injury with manager Ian Little looking for an improvement in his side's results on the road.
Little said: ``We need to get our season going again and if we want to close in on a play-off place we have to pick up more wins away from home. This would be a great game for us to start putting that right in.
``Montrose won at our place recently but the 4-1 scoreline flattered them a bit so we can head to their place with no reservations.``M