With fellow Highland League title challengers Turriff United on cup duty, leaders Brora Rangers will look to stretch their lead to five points with a home win over Buckie Thistle today.
Brora manager Davie Kirkwood is keen to press home the game in hand Rangers have on their title rivals.
He said: “We are coming towards the closing stages of a league campaign with the chance to open up a gap and give ourselves a bit of breathing space, so we are looking for all three points.
“Buckie, who took a good point at Turriff last week, will be on a high, so it us up to us to continue the form we have shown in the last three games. Hopefully, that will be enough to get the win.”
Jags manager Graeme Stewart said: “We are looking for the same level of performance and commitment that we showed at the Haughs last weekend.
“We have worked at a few things in a couple of tough two-hour training sessions this week to combat a few of Brora’s strengths. They are a really strong team but we are hoping our fitness kicks on again.”
Buckie travel without midfielder Neil Davidson, who is offshore, and Stephen Gauld, who has flu, but central defender Lewis MacKinnon returns after suspension.
Deveronvale v Rothes
Deveronvale welcome back forward Stuart Leslie and defender Connor Rennie for the home game against Rothes, who will be without suspended right back Andrew Corbett while midfielders Lewis Mackay and Struan MacArthur are both injured.
Keith v Huntly
Keith should be at full-strength for their Kynoch Park derby against Huntly, who have midfielders Ian Cruickshank and Dave Christie, and centre half Sam McKenzie, unavailable.
Strathspey v Fraserburgh
Strathspey are also at full strength when they entertain Fraserburgh, who travel without forwards Peter-Alexander Bruce and Steven Davidson, as well as full back Courtney Cooper.
Fort William P-P Inverurie Locos
Fort William’s soggy Claggan Park failed an 8am pitch inspection this morning.