Rovers head to Central Park aiming to distance themselves from the Second Division relegation zone and Chaplain said: "Cowdenbeath are top of the table and going well just now but if you look at the games we have played against them, there has not been much in them.
"We should have won at Cliftonhill, we took the lead three times in that game and only ended up with a point and we were unlucky at Central Park when we went there too.
"The games between us have been good so far so I don't think that we have anything to fear.
"There is not much between any of the teams in the league, it is that competitive and very close from top to bottom."
Elsewhere, Dumbarton head to Forfar as they bid to strengthen their claims for a play-off place.
The Sons saw off Stenhousemuir on Saturday to extend their unbeaten run to four games.