ELGIN City goal hero Stephen Bronsky is a doubt for the Black and Whites' midweek trip to Clyde.
The centre back scored City's second goal in Saturday's 3-0 win over Berwick Rangers.
Bronsky had earned a recall to the starting line-up along woth fellow goalscorer Darryl McHardy.
However a leg knock left Bronsky hobbling for the closing minutes and in some pain as he left Borough Briggs after the match.
"Stephen took a bad one so we just need to wait and see how that one is before Tuesday," said assistant boss Keith Gibson.
Elgin kicked off a demanding programme of seven games in three weeks with a comfortable success over the Borderers.
Manager Gavin Price made three changes from his team's last outing, a 4-0 defeat at Edinburgh City two weeks earlier.
McHardy, Bronsky and Declan Byrne came in for Ali Sutherland, Scott Smith and Cammy Eadie.
Striker Shane Sutherland was named on the sub's bench almost exactly a year since his last appearance before breaking down with a cruciate ligament injury.
Thomas Reilly's seventh goal of the season, a sweet strike from outside the box gave City a 20th minute lead.
Bronsky then headed in a Jordan Allan corner to double the home lead on the half hour.
McHardy's fine solo effort on 78 minutes sealed a win which closed the gap between Elgin and fourth placed Stenhousemuir to just a point.
City now go to Clyde having lost all of their last seven away matches in all competitions.
They are also on the road this Saturday, making the trip to bottom club Cowdenbeath.