Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has an almost fully fit squad to choose from ahead of Wednesday's trip to Livingston in the Scottish League Cup.
McCall, who is expected to make a handful of changes, has been boosted by the news that Fraser Kerr is fit again following a back injury.
The 20-year-old defender has not played since appearing as a second half substitute against Partick Thistle during August.
McCall said: "We'll make a few changes but in no way will we be taking it lightly.
"The players who will come in are desperate to get a game and if they play at the level they can, we are capable of going through.
"We are all in no doubt that if we're not fully focused and treat this 100%, it could be a banana skin.
"With the result they (Livingston) got on Saturday, and the lift they got from playing so well, their spirit will be good."