Dundee U v Kilmarnock preview
Gary Mackay-Steven and Gavin Gunning are back in the Dundee United squad for the visit of Kilmarnock after injury and suspension, respectively.
United are also lifted by the news that 19-year-old left back Andy Robertson has agreed a contract extension at Tannadice.
The new deal will see Robertson - who was called up to the Scotland U21 squad for the first time this week - remain at United until at least May 2016.
Manager Jackie McNamara said: "Andy has really impressed so far, he has been at it from the moment he came in the door and his attitude and performance levels deserve to be rewarded with this extended deal."
Kilmarnock have a number of injury worries ahead of the weekend trip to Tayside.
Barry Nicholson is doubtful with a knee problem while Chris Johnstone is back in training following a sore shoulder and could return to action this weekend.
However, skipper Mark Stewart is out for six weeks after breaking his jaw in training, while Jeroen Tesselaar and Kyle Jacobs are also absent with head and toe injuries respectively.
On-loan Michael Gardyne, meanwhile, is not permitted to play against his parent club, although Jackson Irvine is back in the squad after missing last week's clash with Celtic.