Bottom of the table Stirling Albion entertain Elgin having been hit by a triple suspension.
Player-manager Greig MacDonald is out because of a touchline ban and goalkeeper Sam Filler and defender Gary Thom were dismissed in the 5-2 defeat by Annan last Saturday.
To add to McDonald's problems player-coach Shaun Fagan left by mutual consent on Thursday, Kieran McAnespie and Danny Ashe are out injured and Daly McSorley is missing through illness.
McDonald said: ``We are low on numbers but we showed at Annan when we went down to nine men that we have a terrific spirit and we will need that again against Elgin.
``If we play with that spirit and with 11 men we can do something.''
City make the trip on the back of a seven-game unbeaten run.
David Niven (knee) and Mark Nicolson (hamstring) need late checks before manager Ross Jack settles on his line-up.
Jack said: ``They have a 50/50 chance of playing so it will be a late call.
``I am not getting taken in by Stirling's position in the table as they have very experienced players in their ranks and things will face into place for them soon.
``We cannot just turn up and expect to win as our away form is not consistent enough. We have to go out and earn the right to win.''