Notman returns for in-form Berwick
Berwick welcome Steve Notman back from suspension as they aim to continue their fine form against Elgin.
Michael Dunlop has recovered from his shoulder injury but Stephen Tulloch and Andy Russell are doubtful with knocks.
Rangers have collected 10 points in player-manager Colin Cameron's four games in charge to move to within one point of the play-off places.
Cameron has urged his players to avoid complacency this weekend, saying: "Barry Wilson will be keen to get his first win as Elgin manager and that makes this a very tricky game especially as they will be looking to hit back after losing 3-0 to East Stirling."
Elgin have signed Ross County youngsters Gordon Finlayson and Callum MacDonald on loan to ease their injury problems.
Brian Cameron (foot), Paul McMullan (ankle), David Niven (toe) and Jamie Masson (knee) all miss the trip to Berwick but Paul Harkins is available after recovering from a stomach muscle problem.
"Berwick have done will since Colin went in and it is a big ask to go down there and win with a pretty inexperienced squad," Wilson said.
"However, sometimes in adversity you get great fighting performances and maybe we will get one that will get us three points."