The 21-year-old has made three appearances for the Pars, but all were away from home.
The home side, who have already secured second spot in the league, will be hoping for a good performance ahead of their upcoming two-legged playoff semi-final against either Stranraer, Ayr United or Stenhousemuir, the first game taking place next Wednesday.
Rangers forward Andy Little, back from a thigh injury, is on the bench as the champions try to end their season unbeaten.
Dunfermline Athletic: Goodfellow, Williamson, Young, Potter, Martin, Whittle, Graham, Byrne, Spence, Smith, Dargo
Subs: Mercer, O'Kane, Wilson, Page, Husband, Millen
Rangers: Bell, Faure, McCulloch, Mohsni, Smith, Peralta, Black, Law, Aird, Daly, Shiels
Subs: Simonson, Clark, Little, Murdoch, Hutton, Sinnamon, Crawford