Stenhousemuir's squad will be unchanged for the visit of Forfar to Ochilview.
Manager Martyn Corrigan will select from the same players that saw off Scottish Communities League Cup holders Kilmarnock in midweek
Only the long-term injury absentee Eric Paton is missing for the Warriors.
Corrigan is happy for his men to continue being talked about as only an outside bet for promotion.
He said: "Beating Kilmarnock and moving on quickly just adds to the way we have quietly gone about things this season.
"We have enjoyed a decent start and Forfar are another side who, like us, have gone largely unnoticed but could force themselves into a promotion chase. They won well at Ayr last week so we know this will be a real test of just how close we are to being a top-half team."
Forfar could also be unchanged.
A fine start to the season by Dick Campbell's side means that there is still no place for new signing Odmar Faeroe, despite the centre-back being called up by the Faroe Islands to face Germany in a World Cup qualifier next weekend.
Campbell, who has everyone available for selection, said: "The players with the starting jerseys are making it easy at the moment as they are doing so well in our games.
"The guys who are not starting are working incredibly hard to get back in so things are going well just now.
"However, Stenhousemuir will be flying after beating Kilmarnock in midweek and in John Gemmell they have a centre forward that we will need to keep very quiet."