Arbroath have a fully-fit and suspension-free squad for their replay against Inverurie Loco Works.
Youngsters Jake Mair and Connor Birse are added to the pool that drew 3-3 last Saturday.
The glamour of an away tie with Celtic awaits the winners and Gayfield manager Paul Sheerin said: ``This will be a really tough game as Locos have a fantastic spirit about them.
``Last week was the first time we had seen them play, so we are a bit better prepared for the replay.
``There is a huge prize available to both sides and the importance of it probably increased after Celtic's win over Barcelona. We really want that trip but we have to ensure that we get ahead and stay ahead this time.''
Inverurie Loco Works have injury doubts over Simon Scott and Jack Strachan for the tie.
The minnows are looking to turn the dream of facing Celtic in the next round into reality with victory at Gayfield.
Co-manager Scott Buchan said: ``Things have been a bit of a blur since the possibility of playing Celtic came about. The excitement levels grew when they played Barcelona on Wednesday and we started thinking `that could be us'.
``We will need to settle back down as the Arbroath game is an extremely difficult game to win. We will go into it with the same approach that we had last Saturday and that is to score one more goal than them.''
Buchan added: ``We battled back from three goals down last week and we want to build on that.''