Lee McCulloch is available to return to the Rangers side for Saturday's Scottish Championship trip to Cowdenbeath. The skipper, who recently served a two-game ban, has fully recovered from the injury suffered against Raith Rovers two weeks ago when he was substituted at half-time with a neck spasm. Lee Wallace, Marius Zaliukas and Ian Black have also overcome injuries and are back in the squad for the game at Central Park, having all missed last Friday's 1-1 draw at Falkirk. Goalkeeper Cammy Bell made his return from a shoulder problem in midweek, ending six months of inactivity with an outing for Rangers U20s. However, the Scotland international is not yet ready for first-team duties, while injured Newcastle loanees Kevin Mbabu, Gael Bigirimana, Remie Streete and Shane Ferguson are all still sideloned. Sky Sports It would certainly be good news for us if Bell is fit not so sure of some of the others though. It will be interesting to see if some of the sorry mob we have assembled start playing for their futures now that regime change has been implemented. There's not many that I would keep, but that's another thread for another day. On paper you would expect a fairly big win, but the way things have gone this season I would not like to hazard a guess as to the final score.