The number 20 seed defeated Fabio Fognini in the third round in five sets to set up the encounter with the British number one and is relishing the match on Centre Court.
He told reporters: "It's one of those things where I think there will be more pressure on him than there is on me, so I can just sort of relax a little bit.
"I've practised with him a few times, and I know some of the guys on his team quite well.
"Obviously there's a huge difference from a practice set in Miami to Centre Court at Wimbledon but I'm definitely going to be very excited."
Anderson faces Murray in their match-up later today.