The Gers welcome Falkirk to Ibrox on Saturday.
The Bairns' boss is renowned for the attacking way in which he sets up his teams, and Law feels the attacking approach of both sides should create an open, entertaining game.
Mark Warburton’s men laboured to a 2-1 win over Dumbarton two weeks ago but were back on song against an attack-minded Morton side last week, and Law expects more of the same this weekend.
“Morton played 4-4-2 against us last week and they created a few chances. The week before, Dumbarton had nine and 10 players behind the ball for long periods, and we were camped on the edge of their box but we found it difficult that day," said Law, in an interview with Rangers.co.uk.
“But Peter Houston has always been that type of manager. He was at Dundee United and he’s proving to be the same at Falkirk, and he’s having great success with it, so I’m sure it’ll be a great game and one to look forward to.”
Rangers will be confident of making it nine wins out of nine when Falkirk visit and Law is in contention to return to the first-team with on-loan Arsenal starlet Gedion Zelalem away on international duty.
Warburton will choose between the 27-year-old and his colleague Dean Shiels as to who replaces the talented youngster, but whoever is chosen will be capable of slotting seamlessly into the first XI.
The multitude of options available is a measure of the work done by Rangers in the transfer window, and their suitablility to Warburton’s philosophy is evidence of a clear transfer strategy.