Jason Marr is the only absentee for Alloa ahead of the first leg of their Scottish First Division play-off final against Dunfermline.
The former Celtic defender has failed to overcome a hamstring injury and will not feature in the first meeting between the two sides for almost five years.
The Pars will travel to Recreation Park without both Callum Morris and Ryan Wallace.
Morris is out for the remainder of the season with a hamstring injury, while Wallace is still receiving treatment on a shoulder problem.
Manager Jim Jefferies said: "We will be expected to win this tie as we are a bigger club than Alloa.
"We were expected to beat Forfar last week on a similar basis and did not handle the first leg of that very well and lost 3-1.
"We recovered by winning the second game 6-1 but we have to handle this one better as we may not get a second chance against a good Alloa side."
Alloa boss Paul Hartley added: "We have little pressure on us as Dunfermline despite their problems off the park are favourites to win and stay in the First Division.
"It will be a great occasion for our club and all I ask is that the players do themselves justice."