Stirling defender Brian Allison - the matchwinner the last time Rangers travelled to Forthbank - is available to face the Ibrox side again after completing a two-game ban.
Ross McGeachie is ruled out with a foot injury, with Graham Weir likely to join him on the sidelines with a hamstring problem.
Sandy Cunningham is also struggling after sustaining an arm injury in Saturday's 2-0 success over Clyde.
Player-manager Greig McDonald, who famously missed his side's 1-0 success over Ally McCoist's men back in October as he was getting married on the same day, will be there this time.
He said: ``We go into this game on the back of a decent run and delighted to be off the bottom of the table.''
Rangers will travel to the scene of their only Irn-Bru Third Division defeat this season without defender Ross Perry.
The centre-back played in Saturday's 3-1 win over Berwick just days after returning from a hamstring injury but he has suffered a reccurrence and misses out on the trip to Forthbank.
Skipper Lee McCulloch (ankle), meanwhile, is closing in on a return to fitness but Kevin Kyle will see a specialist as his recovery from a similar knock drags on.