Rangers manager Stuart McCall has told the club's official website that he still has some players missing for this weekend's game against Falkirk.
Rangers will be looking to keep up their fine form under McCall this weekend, and will need to keep winning to fend off third placed Hibernian as both teams chase second place in the Scottish Championship.
This weekend, Rangers return to Ibrox to face Falkirk after beating Dumbarton away from home last week, and there is certainly a feel good factor surrounding the club right now.
McCall will have a number of selection dilemmas, especially after teenager Ryan Hardie's two-goal display last weekend - though he will also have injuries and suspensions to contend with.
McCall told the club's official website that midfielder Ian Black will be suspended for the game, whilst defenders Sebastien Faure and Steven Smith will miss out through injury.
However, striker Kenny Miller will return having missed the game against Dumbarton, whilst Jon Daly and defender Richard Foster are back in training, but they may not play against Falkirk.
"I think that wee Blackie is missing with a suspension this weekend. He's been on the bench of late, but he'll be out for the game. Jon Daly has started back in training with us this weekend, as has Richard Foster, so that is a plus," said McCall.
"Seb Faure is still out as is Steven Smith. Kenny Miller will be fine, he had a hamstring strain, but he will be back available - so we'll have some tough decisions to make," he added.
Miller's return will give McCall a headache, with Hardie and Nicky Clark impressing up front - making it difficult to see how Miller will return to the starting line-up straight away.