The Ibrox gaffer is expecting a similarly hard fought match to those encountered in Peterhead and Brechin, but expects his squad to meet those demands.
He said: “We’re really looking forward to the game. I think it will be a very similar game in many ways to the game at Peterhead and probably Brechin as well.
“I think the Berwick lads will be well up for the match, it will be very competitive and played at a good tempo.
“Our lads have been doing fine, coming along nicely and this is another test, but one that we’re well up for.
“I’m of the opinion that if we match the natural aggression and the desire of the opposition, I would be hopeful that our better players would win the game.
“That is all said in theory and of course football isn’t always played like that, but certainly the tempo and the aggression and the football we faced at Peterhead and Brechin is what we have to match.
“It will be the same down at Berwick, especially in the away games because I think teams in the SFL would fancy their chances better in their home games.
“We have a better squad of players than the other teams in the league so hopefully if we can match their aggression we can win the games.”
Asked why his squad may have a struggled to reach those levels in away games so far this season, the manager insisted it’s not a surprise to him.
He said: “It’s not as difficult to answer as you might think. When you have players that are used to playing in far bigger grounds it’s a natural thing.
“On the opposite side, you could ask the question of the other team as to why they don’t play like that every week.
“It’s a bit of both. You have to appreciate that Rangers are going to clubs and are expected to win the game so therefore the SFL clubs have nothing to lose and will raise their games.
“That’s natural and fair play to them for that. So we just have to continue to show a level of professionalism with no slackness.”