Forfar manager Gary Bollan is spoilt for choice in his attacking options for the visit of Berwick Rangers.
However, he knows that he has to get his selection right as the Borderers will be a tough nut to crack.
The Loons returned to form and winning ways last weekend with a 3-0 success at Stirling Albion and Bollan reckons that mixing things up helped his side.
He explained: “I am in the fortunate position of being able to think about changes knowing that it will not weaken the team.
“We played well at Stirling and enjoyed a comfortable win with a number of boys doing well in a game after not featuring much recently.
“The players who missed out are more than capable of doing a great job when they go back in so we are in a good place.”
After seeing a healthy eight-point lead whittled down in recent weeks, Bollan was pleased that he did not need to look at a league table last weekend.
He explained: “It is still early in the season but the message I have given the players is that if we keep on winning games then we do not need to look down the way.
“When we won at Stirling we did not need to check the other scores to see if we were still top.”
“It would be great to continue in that manner especially in a home game.
“Our results at Station Park recently have not been the best so it would be good to start turning that around however Berwick will not make it easy.”
“They are always a hard side to break down but we have the squad that can do that.”
Bollan’s only absentee is defender Andy Munro who is suffering from an ankle problem.