Stenhousemuir have skipper Ross McMillan available again after a knock when they entertain Forfar at Ochilview, with David Rowson also in line for a return to action after knee surgery.
The Warriors boss Martyn Corrigan is looking for a better performance from his side after they lost at Stranraer last weekend.
He said: "The biggest reason we lost is that we stopped working as hard as we have been working. There was no drive and credit to Stranraer as they deserved their win.
"We cannot be like that again when Forfar come as they are a powerful side who will take full advantage if we are sluggish again."
Forfar again include former Hibernian, St Mirren and Dundee winger Jamie McCluskey as a trialist for the third and final time as they look to keep pushing away from the foot of the table.
Missing for the Loons will be Derek Soutar (shoulder), Mark McCulloch (knee), Stuart Malcolm (groin) and Keith Gibson (knee), with manager Dick Campbell asking for the same again from his men.
Campbell explained: "We went to Airdrie and won last weekend and there is no reason why we cannot do the same at Stenhousemuir. I will be making only minor changes as we played well last Saturday and I want the same level of performance."