Raith welcome back Calum Elliot and Grant Anderson from suspension against Dumbarton in the Scottish Championship.
Not such good news for the Kirkcaldy side is the continued absence of Dougie Hill with a groin injury and Craig Barr with a knee problem, with Kevin Moon rated as an injury doubt.
Manager Grant Murray said: "We have to lift ourselves and thankfully we have the chance to do that quickly. We are at home and a win would get our league campaign off to a very positive start.
"Dumbarton are always dangerous opponents."
The Sons include Mark McLaughlin for the first time this season after a thigh injury, with only goalkeeper Jamie Ewings unavailable to manager Ian Murray due to an ankle injury.
Murray is warning his men that Rovers will be desperate to hit back after losing in the Petrofac Training Cup in midweek as he explained: "Raith will want to get back to winning ways as soon as possible and they will see a home game against a part-time side as a great chance to do that.
"We controlled the game at Brechin last weekend after a disappointing day at Stranraer but we will need to step things up again for this one."