Falkirk include recently recruited winger Rakish Bingham in their squad for the visit of Hamilton with the on-loan Wigan man expected to feature at some stage against the league leaders.
Jonny Flynn is available after an ankle injury with Blair Alston the only injury doubt for manager Gary Holt.
The Bairns' technical director Alex Smith said: "Games between ourselves and Hamilton are usually exciting matches and I am sure this one will be as well. Both sides have started well but we have the motivation of going above them if we win.
"They had a great result at Kilmarnock on Tuesday so we will be facing a very confident side."
In form Hamilton will again be without the injured Jonathan Routledge (knee) and Louis Longridge (foot) with player-manager Alex Neil an injury doubt as well.
The New Douglas Park side have won their first three league games and knocked Kilmarnock out of the Scottish League Cup in midweek with Neil determined to keep things going.
Neil said: "We have a few bumps and bruises as well as the injuries and I will hold off naming my team until Saturday lunchtime to allow players to fully recover from Tuesday.
"Falkirk will be out to knock us off our perch but we want this good run to continue."