League Two leaders East Stirlingshire welcome back Ross O'Donoghue after a knock as they entertain a Berwick Rangers side keen to knock them off the top.
The Shire are missing Paul Quinn through suspension and the injured Rhys Devlin (knee), Nathan Shepherd (knee) and Michael Herd (groin) as they look to hit back after two 4-1 defeats at home in succession.
Coughlin said: "We have done very well this season away from home and are now looking to turning it on in front of our own fans again
"We have enjoyed being top of the table and are not in a hurry to have someone jump over us."
The second placed Borderers, who have not been defeated since the opening day of the league season, are without Dougie Brydon who has a pelvic injury and Owen Ronald who has an ankle problem.
Lewis Turner is also unavailable as a loan move to a Junior side is being discussed.
"East Stirling may have lost 4-1 last weekend but I do not read too much into that and I am sure they will be more than ready to take us on, " manager Ian Little said.
"We did well to equalise in the last minute against Stirling Albion last week and we head into this game still boosted by that."