Cowdenbeath have doubts over Kenny Adamson and Sammy Stewart as they open their Scottish Championship campaign with a visit from Falkirk.
New striker Danijel Jurisic has trained with the Blue Brazil all week, however the Slovenian may have to be content with a place on the bench after Sean Higgins and Lewis Milne impressed in last Saturday's win over Clyde.
Manager Jimmy Nicholl said: "We scored two very good goals at Clyde and I want to continue. Falkirk at home is a tough start to the season, but we have had a good run at home in 2014 and I would like that to still be the case after this game."
Falkirk are without Kieran Duffie, who has a foot injury, and Craig Sibbald, who has a knee problem, as they look to win at Central Park for the second time this year.
Thomas Grant misses out as he is not yet fully fit after illness, with technical director Alex Smith saying: "Central Park is a tight pitch but there is no point in complaining about it you simply have to get on with things.
"Cowdenbeath have not lost at home since we won there in January and that shows you how tough a venue it is.
"It would be great to start our season by picking up the three points."