Livingston meet Queen of the South for a second time in three days and for a third time this season with the Lions again missing four players through injury.
Goalkeeper Kevin Walker and Simon Mensing (both knee) are absent while Nejc Praprotnik and Rob Ogleby (both ankle) also miss out.
John McGlynn's side have won and drawn at the home of their visitors, however the Livi boss does not believe that those results give his men an advantage.
McGlynn said: "There is very little between the sides and in fact they could actually make it harder as they will not want to go a third game without beating us."
Queen of the South can include player-coach James Fowler despite his dismissal in Saturday's 1-1 draw as his suspension will be served in the Championship.
Not such good news is the continued absence of the injured Chris Mitchell (back), Mark Kerr (hamstring), Paul Burns (knee), Stephen McKenna (hip) and Michael Paton (hamstring).
Manager Jim McIntyre said: "A draw was right as we had the better of the first half and they had the better of the second. But I am a great believer in games that have been played having no bearing on ones still to be played.
"The slate has been wiped clean and we are starting again."