But Falkirk will again have to make do without Rory Loy who remains sidelined with an ankle injury, while Luke Leahy misses the visit of Hibs through suspension.
Manager Peter Houston said: “This is our last game before the Scottish Cup Final in four weeks and we want to end the season at home on a high. We played well at Ibrox last weekend but we had to settle for a draw when we lost a late goal.
“It would be great to keep our run against Hibs going and winning this game does that.”
HIbernian could be boosted by the return of several players for their final Scottish Championship game of the season.
Dylan McGeouch has made good progress in his recovery from an ankle injury while David Gray and Fraser Fyvie could be recalled after both suffering from hamstring problems in recent weeks.
But manager Alan Stubbs will again have to make do without Keith Watson whose hamstring injury will keep out of action for another week.