Queen's Park have a fully fit and suspension free squad for their first league match against Rangers at Hampden in over 55 years with defender Jamie Brough and striker Lawrence Shankland added to the 16 that drew with Elgin a fortnight ago.
Head coach Gardner Speirs said: ``Rangers are coming here in excellent form having won their last nine Third Division games in a row and scoring a heap of goals in the process.
``It will be a fantastic experience for our players to play in front of such a huge crowd.
``Hopefully they will respond to it in the same manner as they did at Ibrox where we played well before losing 2-0. We will look to play our normal passing game and see where that takes us.''
Andy Little is a doubt with a hamstring problem for Rangers.
Dean Shiels is struggling with a calf strain, but should be okay for the match at Hampden, while Ian Black is back in contention after recovering from a knee injury.
Lee Wallace is also available for selection after successfully appealing the red card he received against Annan last week.