However, Rory McAllister is still out through suspension and Dean Cowie has a knee injury.Blue Toon boss Jim McInally said: "Morton defeated Dunfermline and Stranraer recently so they are in good form
However, we played well to beat Ayr last weekend and we had to show patience until we got the goals we needed."Those three points have put us in a good position and we will be in an even better position if we win this one."Morton are without the suspended Ricki Lamie but Michael Miller, Joe McKee and Peter MacDonald have returned to fitness and are challenging for places in the starting line up.Manager Jim Duffy, whose men are a point behind league leaders Stranraer, said: "We came through a hard match with Stranraer last weekend with a 2-0 win
It was not a game of a lot of chances but we did enough to win and I would settle for a similar outcome in this game."Peterhead are a strong side who are still very much in the hunt for promotion so this will be a tough contest
They have strikers who can cause you real problems if you are not at your best defensively."
Source : PA