Dumbarton goalkeeper Jamie Ewings is available to face visitors Cowdenbeath after three weeks out with a jaw injury in what is a crunch relegation battle at the bottom of the First Division.
Andy Graham continues to be absent due to a broken wrist while Garry Fleming (knee) and Nicky Phinn (leg) both face fitness tests.
Manager Ian Murray said: ``If I could get one of them on the pitch it would be a bonus.
``This is a really big game between two sides who like to score goals and who both concede goals as well.
``A win lifts us above them in the table with a game in hand and that is a far better place than we were at the turn of the year, however we need to play very well to get the three points.''
Cowdenbeath hope to have centre-back Thomas O'Brien available after he recovered from the illness which kept him out of Tuesday's abandoned match with Partick.
John Anderson is a doubt with a toe injury and Joe Mbu is struggling with a knee complaint, meaning O'Brien and new loan signing Jason Naismith look set to form the Fifers' central defensive partnership.
Dene Brett also returns after a knee problem however player/manager Colin Cameron (hamstring), Mark Ramsay (ankle), Liam Cusack (knee) and Pablo Navas (groin) all remain out.
Cameron said: ``We were leading and on top of Partick when the game was abandoned (due to fog) so we will take heart from the performance.
``Dumbarton have improved under Ian Murray so we need to be on top of our game to win.''