Stenhousemuir will look to bounce back from their 8-0 defeat to Rangers last weekend by seeing off visitors East Fife.
The Warriors' only absentee is David Rowson, who underwent knee surgery this week.
Manager Martyn Corrigan said: "We will put that result behind us and move on to face East Fife in what could be described as a more normal League One game.
"There will be no hangover or anything like that as Rangers will romp to wins like that all season.
"We can look forward to facing a side that will be coming here with a bit more confidence after beating Airdrie last Saturday."
East Fife defender Robbie Neilson and midfielder Paul Willis are expected to shake off knocks and be included in manager Willie Aitchison's starting XI at Ochilview.
Aitchison said: "We got the win that lifted us off the bottom last week and this league is so tight that if we could win at Stenhousemuir then we're in with the sides just outside the promotion play-off places.
"I have not read anything in to their heavy defeat from Rangers other than they will be out to make up for it.
"It will be a tough game, but we are going there with a bit more belief and that is no bad thing."