Queen's Park are only missing David McWilliams (knee) as they prepare to host Rangers in a first round tie held over due to the Commonwealth Games.
The Spiders lost 2-0 to Arbroath at the weekend but head coach Gus McPherson is far from despondent heading into the game against a side who have scored 12 goals in their last two games.
McPherson said: "We are huge underdogs but it is the type of game that our new players came to Queen's Park for.
"They have a platform to show what they can do and I'm sure they will raise their game and be competitive."
Rangers will again be without Kenny Miller for the trip after the striker failed to shake off a hamstring injury in time.
Richard Foster (calf), Fraser Aird (knee) and goalkeeper Cammy Bell (shoulder) also remain on the sidelines.
Jon Daly is on the comeback trail after recovering from a knee operation but the cup tie comes too soon for him.