However, Rory Loy is not yet ready to return from his ankle problem.Victory for Falkirkm would see them climb up to fourth in the table and above Queen of the South.Bairns boss Peter Houston said: "We had the chance to jump above Queen of the South at the weekend but failed to take it
We lost a game I did not think we should have lost at Dumbarton but we will be ready to go again when Cowdenbeath visit."We played them last Tuesday and won 1-0 and picking up another three points would be a good night's work."Cowdenbeath will be without Dean Brett and John Herron due to ankle injuries while Kenny Adamson is banned following his red card during last week's game between the clubs.Manager Jimmy Nicholl returns to the dugout after missing Saturday's 4-1 defeat at Rangers as he was working for Northern Ireland in their 2-1 win over Finland.Nicholl said: "I have been fully briefed on Saturday's game and know that we lost our way in the closing stages
We pushed Falkirk all the way last weekend and aim to do the same in this game but take something from it this time."
Source : PA