We play our final home game of the season on Saturday when Elgin City visit Forthbank, where they won 4-1 in November.
Ross Jack’s side need a win to keep their play-off hopes alive after Saturday’s 2-1 home defeat to Berwick saw them slip four points outside the top four.
We beat Elgin 2-1 at Borough Briggs on March 2 thanks to a pair of stunning goals from Kieran McAnespie and are four points behind the former Highland League outfit with two matches to play. Only Rangers have scored more goals than Elgin in Division Three but City have the second-worst defensive record.
Brian Allison is out for the season with a knee injury but David McClune is available after a one-match ban and the knee knock sustained by Scott Davidson in our 1-0 win at Annan is not expected to keep the striker out.
We went down 1-0 to Peterhead in our last home match but have lost just twice in 15 games overall since early February.
Admission prices are £10 for adults, £7 for seniors/students and £5 for U17s. Only the West Stand will be open and Elgin fans are requested to use turnstiles 3 & 4.