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Alloa aim to bounce back against neighbours Falkirk
Alloa have no injury worries for Saturday's visit of Falkirk but their squad is a man down after Geoff Mitchell left the club by mutual consent this week.
Manager Danny Lennon is looking for his side to bounce back after losing 3-0 to Hibs last weekend.
"We had chances early on in that game however we never took them and then lost a goal just before half-time," he said.
"We can play better football than we displayed last weekend and hopefully we can show that against Falkirk.
"If we do that in a derby atmosphere then we have enough about us to take something from the game."
The Bairns could give a starting role to Lee Miller after his second-half performance as a substitute helped turnaround last Saturday's game at St Mirren from 2-0 down to a 3-2 win.
Falkirk manager Peter Houston, who is without Kieran Duffie (knee), said: "That was a really big result and we want to build on it. We were poor in the first half but a lot better in the second.
"It is a very different game to the St Mirren one as it is at a smaller ground with a smaller crowd and is against neighbours. We will need the right approach from the first whistle."