Dean Hoskins returns for Berwick as they look to all but clinch a play-off spot against Annan.
Hoskins comes back into the reckoning after suspension to help the Shielfield side in their quest.
Dougie Brydson could also return after a groin problem and Steve Notman is expected to play despite impending fatherhood, but Fraser McLaren will miss out with a toe injury.
The Borderers' boss Ian Little said: ``It would be terrific to get the job done in this game as opposed to be looking to take something from Rangers at Ibrox next weekend.
``It would be great knowing that we could enjoy the party atmosphere that will be there without looking for a win.
``We have done well to get back into things with wins over Queen's Park and Elgin but there is no point in stopping now.``
Annan travel without the experienced Chris Jardine.
The midfielder will serve a one-game suspension on Saturday and the Galabank side will also be missing the injured Graeme Ramage from their attack due to a knee injury.
Manager Jim Chapman is looking for an improved performance following last Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Stirling Albion.
He said: ``Our last game was a poor display, especially as I had felt that we were starting to make progress as team.
``We are inconsistent and that is something that I will be looking to change for next season.
``Berwick are a good side with very good front men but we cannot concern ourselves too much with them as all I am looking for is Annan to play like they can.``