Clyde welcome back Gavin Brown after a hamstring injury as they look to score their first goal as well as earn their first points against Rangers.
The Bully Wee also have Michael Oliver available after he overcame a knee injury, but David Marsh continues to be sidelined with a groin injury and Kevin Nicol is missing with a hamstring problem.
Manager Jim Duffy said: ``There is a massive gulf in resources between the clubs but we have enjoyed the games against Rangers this season and shown that we can play football at a decent level.
``This could be our last home game against Rangers for a while so our intention is to go out and make the most of it by having a real go at them.''
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has no fresh injury worries ahead of the trip.
However, the Light Blues have no players returning from injury for the clash at Broadwood either, with skipper Lee McCulloch, Francisco Sandaza, Ross Perry, Lewis Macleod and Kevin Kyle still sidelined.
Youngster Kal Naismith serves the second game of a two-match ban for the league leaders, with McCoist expecting to name a similar squad to last week.