Forfar will be at full strength when they welcome Albion Rovers to Station Park.
Loons boss Dick Campbell is not looking to make changes after a three-game winning run in which his side have yet to concede a goal.
Campbell said: “Albion Rovers had a terrific result last weekend when they defeated Ayr 3-0 but I cannot praise my players enough for the start they have made.
“They are playing well and looking solid defensively and dangerous up front so there is no need to try and be clever and change things.
“Having won away at Airdrie last weekend it is important to start our home campaign off as well.”
Gary Fisher returns to the ROVERS squad but they are still without new signing Ricardo Talu as international clearance has yet to come through.
Player-manager Darren Young will battle against against his brother Derek in midfield.
The Cliftonhill boss said: “Derek is just one of the experienced players Forfar have. They are a good side but we are going there after a good win over Ayr.
“Forfar have won all their games this season and not lost a goal. It would be terrific if we were the side to bring that run to an end with a win.”