Like so many others, he has been hugely impressed by the way his fellow fans have stepped up to help the Light Blues after they went into administration.
There has been huge demand for seats and almost 7,000 tickets have been sold since the club was docked 10 SPL points on Tuesday when the process began.
As they have done so many times in the past, Gers followers have provided outstanding support and Blyth admits he hopes that continues - and has no doubt it will.
He said: "What has happened has galvanised the support and really showed what the club means to so many people not just in Scotland but throughout the world.
"There has been backing from all corners of the globe and everyone who can be at the game tomorrow is making sure they get there.
"I've heard from quite a few guys in Australia who are all talking about subscribing to RangersTV.tv to watch the game when they would normally watch it at a club.
"They appreciate the money goes to Rangers directly and it's a great example of how people are reacting positively to what is happening by putting their money where their mouths are.
"Everyone wants to make some kind of contribution and if people can't attend the game, they are showing other ways they can help.
"People have come together ever so well. It's a case of appreciating where we are just now and how we go forward from there.
"We've got 12 games left this season so hopefully we can keep going and continue getting behind the team.
"The remaining matches could be 12 of the most important matches in our history and it's up to all of us to make sure things go as well for the club as possible if we can."