Rangers striker Nicky Clark believes the weather may play a big part in the outcome of his team's Scottish League One clash with Arbroath.
The Glasgow club travel to Gayfield on Monday night looking to consolidate their massive lead at the top of the third tier.
A victory over Arbroath will take the Ibrox outfit 11 points clear of second place Dunfermline in the table.
Clark played at Arbroath twice last season with his former club Queen of the South, and he is relishing a return to the venue.
"We have been talking about the game. It's an interesting one but we are ready for it," Clark said.
"I played up there twice last year. It wasn't a Monday night, to be fair, it was just a Saturday afternoon, but the wind was still quite high during the day.
"It changes things a bit, especially with the goal-kicks. When the goalie tries to kick it out, it doesn't really go anywhere because of the wind. We need to be ready for it."
Arbroath took the lead at Ibrox earlier this season before eventually losing 5-1 the last time the sides met.
Asked if they will be out for revenge, Clark said: "They probably will be. They will be up for it.
"Every team is when they play against Rangers. But everyone here is looking forward to it."