Peterhead manager Jim McInally can only pencil in a team to face East Fife this Saturday as injuries continue to be a theme this season.
The Good News
Gary MacKenzie came through the 70 minutes of his comeback game last weekend against Falkirk unscathed and should be good to go against the Fifers.
Ben Armour’s hamstring injury that kept him out against the Bairns and comes into contention for a place in Jim’s squad for the weekend.
A trialist joined the squad for training and has impressed with the possibility of a contract being agreed from January being discussed.
The Mixed News
Andrew McCarthy was taken off against Falkirk to prevent a hamstring injury and is being closely monitored for Saturday’s game.
Isaac Layne has carried out some training following his knee scare and could come into contention for the East Fife game.
Lyall Cameron missed training as he had to play in a bounce game for his parent club Dundee.
The Not so Good News
Despite his hamstring injury improving Simon Ferry continues to be unavailable for selection as does Josh Mulligan.