Ally McCoist and the Gers coaching staff will have done their homework on the opposition and the information gathered will be passed on to the players in the build-up to tomorrow’s second round tie.
Kyle is hoping he can feature against the Can Cans after his impressive display against Motherwell on Wednesday night.
But he is fully aware that both he and his teammates will need to maintain the standards they set against the Steelmen if they are to progress to the third round.
He said: “I don’t know anything about them to be honest.
“I just expect it to be another tough game, just like all our away games.
“Our away record needs to get a lot better and I think our mind set needs to be right going into tomorrow.
“If we can do that our ability will pull us through.
“We are not used to going to these small stadiums but we’re getting the hang of it now and if we approach the game right everything else should fall into place.”
Kyle admits the midweek display against SPL leaders Motherwell was a “massive boost” for the younger players in Ally McCoist’s squad.
He said: “It was great, they’re flying high at the top of the SPL and are one of the best teams in the country.
“So it was a massive boost for us and it was great for the young players in the squad.
“We’re still young coming up against seasoned pros so we were just delighted to show people what we can do.”
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