Clyde welcome back defender David Marsh from suspension as they look to secure their first league win over Queen's Park since August 2010.
Striker Stefan McCluskey is a doubt as the Bully Wee set out to end the Spiders' run of eight consecutive victories, although manager Jim Duffy is looking forward not back.
Duffy said: ``I am more concerned about eradicating the errors that crept into our game against Elgin at the weekend and saw us lose 2-1 than our record against Queen's Park.
``Their run gets brought up every time we play them but I will be working only on things to improve us from Saturday.
``They have won their last two games and will be confident but we will dust ourselves down and look to get going again.''
Queen's Park will give midfielder Michael Keenan as much time as possible to prove his fitness for the clash after he suffered a dead leg in the 3-2 win over Annan on Saturday.
Jamie Brough and Jamie Longworth are also available after overcoming the sickness bug that saw them miss out at the weekend, with head coach Gardner Speirs asking for a more consistent 90 minutes from his side.
Speirs said: ``We started poorly at Annan and finished poorly by losing two goals in the last couple of minutes but in-between times we played well.
``I watched Clyde win against Annan recently and they are an improved side this season so we have to play at a high standard for the entire game to pick up another win.''