Rangers can't go for a Currie
Both Lee Currie and Paul Currie are suspended for Berwick's home game against Arbroath.
Player/manager Colin Cameron likely to take one of their starting jerseys but he will be without Ross Gray, who has a knee injury.
Cameron is looking for more creativity from his side, he said: "We lost down at Morton last weekend and whilst I could not fault the players for their passion and energy, we never threatened them enough.
"I am looking for us to be more thoughtful in their attacking play and if we do that we have players that can hurt Arbroath."
Arbroath are without the suspended Kieran McWalter and Craig Johnstone and the injured Jonny Lindsay (groin).
Visiting manager Allan Moore and his assistant Todd Lumsden begin their league careers in charge of the Gayfield club.
Lumsden said: "Against Hamilton Accies last weekend we looked a much more solid side defensively and that was very pleasing.
``Allan and I are still trying to get our ideas and expectations across but we are making progress. We have the attacking players that can score goals away from home and hopefully we can now be stronger defensively.
"This game will tell us how far we have still to go."