Berwick have midfielder Lee Currie available to face visitors East Fife as play-off football returns to Shielfield for the first time in seven seasons.
Missing for the Borderers will be long-term absentees Marc Lancaster, who has a back injury, and Dene Droudge, who has a knee problem, with manager Ian Little likely to make changes from the side that lost 1-0 to Rangers on Saturday.
Little said: ``I was a bit disappointed that we did not attack Rangers until late on and that is something that we will change.
``Darren Lavery and Dylan Easton did well when they came on and at least one of them will start.
``We have done well to get to the play-offs but we have to ensure that they do not just pass us by.''
East Fife have a fit and suspension-free squad as they look to get their campaign to retain their Second Division status off to a flying start.
New Bayview boss Bill Brown is encouraging his side to come up with the goods despite a disappointing run of only win in 17 games.
He said: ``Berwick will be on a high after a strong end to the season but we have improved with a draw at Queen of the South and good performance in the defeat against Brechin where the 3-0 scoreline flattered them.
``This game will be decided by how well we play. If we play like we can and defend well, then we will win.''