Falkirk have no injury or suspension worries as they look to book a William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final place at the expense of Second Division Forfar.
Despite their strength in numbers, technical director Alex Smith is warning the Bairns to be prepared for a battle.
Smith said: ``Forfar will come here really pumped up by their manager Dick Campbell.
``He is a wily campaigner and they also have a lot of experienced players in their ranks.
``Dick will have them out to cause an upset but if our young players stick to the game plan they will do well.
``They learned a lot in a similar tie against Stenhousemuir in the last round so I am sure they can handle what Forfar throw at them.''
Forfar's new signing Gregor Fotheringham is available.
The defensive midfielder has signed from Rangers until the end of the season and will take his place in the Loons' line-up.
Michael Bolochoweckyj is available after suspension, but Willie Robertson misses out after being sent off against Arbroath last Saturday.
Keith Gibson remains on the sidelines with a long-term knee injury.
Station Park manager Dick Campbell said: ``This is a massive game for us and we have the chance of causing an upset. I know that if we play like we can play then we will make it a real battle for Falkirk.
``Throughout my career I have had a decent record in cup ties and defeating a First Division side like Falkirk will add to that record.``