Montrose will be without Alan Campbell against Albion Rovers due to an ankle injury.
Lloyd Young is also unavailable due to work commitments.
The Gable Endies travelled down to Berwick on Tuesday only for the game to be postponed due to a floodlight failure just before kick-off.
Manager Stuart Garden said: "That was a frustrating night as we could have gone second if we had won.
"We now face an Albion Rovers side that we beat 2-0 earlier in the season and that win kick-started our season. It would be terrific to get another one to keep us in the leading pack before heading to Berwick again next week."
The Coatbridge side welcome back Scott Chaplain from suspension with new loan signing from Dunfermline Scott Mercer included for the first time.
Manager James Ward is unable to call on the injured trio of Peter Innes (leg), Kevin Nicoll (knee) and Pat Walker (ankle) as his side look to build on a 2-0 win over Annan last weekend.
Ward said: "We took confidence from that and we will need it against a Montrose side I rate very highly. Along with Berwick Rangers I reckon Montrose have given us the hardest game so far this season.
"They won it so it would be good to turn the tables."