Tulloch back for Berwick
Berwick have Stephen Tulloch fit again as they continue their push for a play-off spot by hosting Clyde.
Rangers trail fourth-placed Stirling by four points, but do possess a superior goal difference, while their opponents are a further seven points ahead in third.
But their hopes of closing the gap have not been helped with Steve Notman (knee), Michael Dunlop (shoulder) and Dougie Brydon (groin) all ruled out of Saturday's game through injury.
Player-manager Colin Cameron said: "We are nearly at the must win stage so it would be good to peg back Clyde. We have two home games in a row and if we win them both then we are right back in the hunt."
Clyde, who are 13 behind runaway leaders Peterhead, have doubts over Brian McQueen (head wound) and Stefan McCluskey (back)
Michael Daly is suspended while Ryan MacBeth (illness) and Kevin Watt (ankle injury) miss out through injury, but goalkeeper Nic Rajovic is available after a knock.
Manager Jim Duffy said: "We know that if we win then we make things very difficult for Berwick to catch us in the top four.
"We defeated Stirling last weekend and I was pleased with the maturity shown in seeing the game out. We will need that same approach to get anything at Berwick."