Queen's Park captain Tony Quinn is available after illness to face Peterhead in what is the last football game at the National Stadium for a year.
Queen's are heading to Airdrie as an athletics pitch is laid for the Commonwealth Games and Jamie Brough misses out on their farewell as he is banned. Grant Mossan (hamstring) and James Baty (shoulder) are injured with Joao Vitoria struggling with a hamstring problem.
Head Coach Gardner Speirs said: "We want to leave on a high with our first home win of the season. We are getting stronger every week and hopefully we will keep that improvement going against a good Peterhead side."
The Blue Toon are in good shape as they head to Glasgow as Scott Ross and Ryan Strachan are both over ankle injuries and have been added to the travelling party.
A knee injury keeps Callum MacDonald out and a broken foot means that David Cox remains out.
"Some people may get taken in by Queen's Park results but I am not," Balmoor boss Jim McInally said.
"They have rebuilt and are starting to put things together so this will be a tough test although we do have a decent record there.
"Things are turning for us in the league and we want that to continue."