Falkirk have strikers Sean Higgins and David Weatherston back in contention against Cowdenbeath.
The duo played in an Under-20 game as overage players in midweek on their comebacks from injury.
The Bairns looked to have turned the corner with two wins in a row, and technical director Alex Smith said: ``It was disappointing that we could not build on our wins when last Saturday's game (against Airdrie) was called off.
``We cannot, therefore, wait to get playing again against Cowdenbeath, especially as we have a full squad available for the first time in a long time.
``It would be great to get another win and move further away from the bottom but Cowdenbeath will be tricky opponents. Colin Cameron has them well organised and he is still a super player himself.''
Cowdenbeath player-manager Cameron has recovered from a calf injury and the 40-year-old former Scotland international is able to include himself in the travelling party heading for Falkirk.
Albert Puigdollers drops out of the Blue Brazil squad and injuries mean that Scott Linton, Liam Cusack and Greg Stewart are also absent.
Cameron said: ``We have not had a game for three weeks so we have recharged our batteries and now want to get playing again.
``We drew with Falkirk at our place and could have won the game so I am looking for a repeat of that level of performance.
``They have won their last two games and will see this as an opportunity to put more momentum behind them but, if our players believe in themselves, we can get something.``