Teams news for Monday evening's Scottish League One clash between Arbroath and Rangers at Gayfield.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill has called up Dean Shiels for the World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg.
Rangers midfielder Dean Shiels looks set to miss the remainder of the season with a knee injury.
Rangers have referred Dean Shiels to a specialist amid "serious concern" over
his knee injury.
Rangers moved back to the Scottish Third Division summit with a hard-earned 2-0 win at Clyde on Sunday.
Michael O'Neill is confident Dean Shiels can be a threat as the forward searches for his first Northern Ireland goal against Luxembourg.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill says he will continue to select Rangers duo Andy Little and Dean Shiels.
Rangers duo Andrew Little and Dean Shiels have been included in the Northern Ireland squad to face Finland later this month.
Ally McCoist believes the capture of Dean Shiels and Ian Black shows that Rangers are still an attractive club to players.
Dean Shiels claims he turned down offers from clubs in England and abroad to sign for Rangers.
Dean Shiels has completed his move to Ibrox as Rangers boss Ally McCoist steps up his recruitment campaign.
Sky Sports understands Dean Shiels is undergoing a medical at Rangers ahead of moving to Ibrox on a free transfer.
Rangers are close to completing deals for Dean Shiels and Greek midfielder Pantelis Kafes as they press on with their rebuilding programme.
Sky Sports understands that a number of English clubs are keeping a close eye on Kenny Shiels' contract situation at Kilmarnock.
Sky Sports understands a host of clubs at home and abroad are weighing up moves for Kilmarnock's Dean Shiels.
Steven Davis, Charlie Mulgrew, Dean Shiels and Jon Daly have all been nominated for the Scottish PFA Player of the Year award.
Dean Shiels is considering committing his future to Kilmarnock after earning an international recall.
Kenny Shiels says Kilmarnock are working on new contracts for a number of key men, but admits he does not know if his son Dean will be staying.
Steve Davis feels Northern Ireland can take a lot of positives Wednesday¿s clash with Norway, despite the game ending in a 3-0 defeat.
Kilmarnock forward Dean Shiels is weighing up his options with his impressive form attracting interest from a number of clubs