Nairn County have Wayne Mackintosh available after a ban and Paul McLeod and Robbie Duncanson could also feature against Forfar after recovering from injury.
However, John Cameron (head knock) and Junior Mendes (ankle) are doubts.
Station Park boss Les Fridge is looking to build on last Saturday's stirring 3-3 draw with the Loons and secure a place against Ayr United in Round Four.
Fridge said: ``Ross Naismith and Craig McMillan played a big part in our comeback from three goals down and have come into my thoughts for a starting place for what will be a cracking replay.
``We didn't deserve to be losing 3-0 at half-time last Saturday but we fought back bravely and now we have another chance.''
Forfar welcome back Martyn Fotheringham from suspension as they make the trip from one Station Park to another, with manager Dick Campbell hoping his players have learned their lesson.
The Loons' James Craigen remains sidelined as he serves the second game of a two-match ban and Danny Denholm has joined Odmar Faeroe, Jamie Bishop and Keith Gibson on the absent list through injury.
Campbell said: ``We are certainly making things hard for ourselves. To be three up at half-time and not win through tells you all you need to know about our second-half performance.
``Hopefully the players will realise they need to compete for the entire game or we will be going out of the competition.''