PETERHEAD have put their two Polish signings on standby to fly in for tonight's CIS League cup visit to Forfar. The Second Division club last week captured goalkeeper Michel Kula and striker Konrad Kozminski but are awaiting international clearance.
Manager Steve Paterson said: "We are in regular contact with the SFA as we work to get international clearance from the Polish FA. We have put both players on standby to fly to Scotland in the hope that they will be here in time to play although as time goes on it is more difficult."
Former Arsenal keeper Jim Will, who has been out of the game and is now in the police based in Aberdeen, has been signed as back-up.
Forfar have Steve McNally available and will give fitness checks to Alan Rattray and Sean Kilgannon.
Ross County have informed their opponents Elgin City that the three players on loan from them - keeper Joe Malin, Craig Frizzell and Mark Nicolson - cannot play tonight against them. Elgin's Willie Martin, sent off on Saturday, is available but Darren Shalliker is doubtful. County are without the suspended Darren Brady.
Dundee are hoping to get international clearance for defender Milan Panelik as they meet Morton, who are unchanged.
Clyde are in talks with former Hamilton and Airdrie midfielder Marvyn Wilson, ahead of meeting Raith Rovers, who have Graham Weir and Martin Campbell available.
Hamilton signing Kevin Davison will make his debut against East Stirling but Neil Teggart still misses out. Shire are unchanged.
Livingston have Graham Dorrans available ahead of his suspension as they meet Ayr United, who are still without Martyn Campbell. David Lowing is doubtful.
Queen's Park will still be without Robert Dunn but are ready to send out an unchanged side against Alloa, who wait for a check on keeper Ray Jellema.
Brechin keeper Craig Nelson, sent off in the opening game of the season, will play tonight against Stirling Albion before being suspended. Stirling are without the injured Mark McNally but Colin Cramb and Chris Aitken return.
Berwick are without Kevin Haynes and Gordon Smith against Stenhousemuir, for whom Steve Ferguson is out. Cowdenbeath add Dougie Hill and David Armstrong against Dumbarton, who have doubts over Chris Gentile and Craig Brittain.