And the boss gives full credit to Sam Allardyce's men for trying to play football as they fight for their lives in the Premiership.
"I think it will be a good football match, even though they are in a relegation battle," said Glenn.
"In the past you'd go there and you'd know it would be a real hard match - it still will be, but for different reasons.
"They've got the likes of Djorkaeff, Okocha, Campo plays in midfield now and they all love to pass the ball.
"It's a passing game and a passing team and we'll be going up there for a football game, even though they are near the bottom.
"Credit to them, they are under a bit of pressure but they are trying to play football. It will be a tough game because they are fighting for every point."
Glenn Hoddle is expecting a football match rather than just a scrap at the Reebok Stadium tonight.