Alloa manager Jack Ross has urged his players to revel in the atmosphere of a jubilant Ibrox tomorrow as both teams get set to head in opposite directions.
The Wasps take on Mark Warburton’s side having already had their relegation from the Championship confirmed, while the Scottish Cup finalists are heading back to the Premiership following their title success.
Ross, who signed a new one-year deal at the club last night, said: “It’s a game they should be desperate to be involved in and a game they should be looking forward to.
“I know they’ve experienced that stadium over the last couple of years but probably not in these circumstances in terms of the atmosphere around it.
“It’s a big challenge but I think we’re going into it in a good frame of mind. We’re uneaten in three games and playing reasonably well at times.
“They’ll enjoy it if they go about their business in the same way.”