Stenhousemuir have three players ruled out due to injury as they meet Rangers for a third time this season.
Ross Brash (foot), Darren Smith (knee) and Sean Higgins (groin) are all sidelined as they look to grab their first goal against the runaway leaders.
Manager Martyn Corrigan said: "Rangers are far too good for this league as they have used the massive resources they have to good use. They have a terrific squad who will romp this league but hopefully we can give them a fright this time.
"Rangers beat us 8-0 in the first game but we learnt from that and gave them a much tougher game in the Ramsdens Cup semi-final. Hopefully we have learnt again."
Rangers winger David Tenpleton is unlikely to face his former club after picking up a knock in training.
Midfielder Nicky Law is also a doubt after suffering from a chest infection after missing last weekend's win over Ayr with a groin strain.
Andy Little (broken cheekbone) and Richard Foster (ankle) are back running but not ready to play and Kyle Hutton (broken leg) and Ross Perry and Chris Hegarty (both ankle) remain out.