Hughes, whose team host Spurs in the late kickoff, admits that his side will be unable to avoid hearing how each of their relegation rivals have fared. Meanwhile, the Welshman expects the Hoops to "get the job done".
"I don't think we can lock ourselves in a room," he told the club's official website.
"It can be an advantage, knowing what's happened in the proceedings. But it's all about what we do. We've just got to get the job done."
Rangers are two points outside of the relegation places.