Montrose expect to have both Colin Wilson and Garry Wood available to face Clyde.
Both players limped off during the 1-0 win over Queen's Park last weekend but look likely to be fit and available for Saturday.
New loan recruit from Dundee United, Luke Johnston, is added to the Links Park ranks, but Jonathan Crawford will miss out through a knee injury and work commitments continue to keep Lloyd Young absent.
Gable Endies manager Stuart Garden said: "Winning our home games will be crucial if we want to do anything this season. We had a good solid away win against Queen's Park last weekend and hopefully we can follow that up with a home success over Clyde."
Clyde attacker Stuart McColm has only an outside chance of being fit.
McColm has a hamstring problem and joins injured goalkeeper Jamie Barclay (ankle) and Stefan McCluskey (hamstring) on the sidelines.
Jim Duffy's side lost to Peterhead in the league last Saturday and Stranraer in the Scottish Cup on Tuesday and the Bully Wee boss is looking for a return to winning ways.
He said: "The Peterhead game was the bigger disappointment as we did not play well at all. We were better against Stranraer and if we go about this game in the same way we did that one then we will do well."