With the Liberty Bowl rapidly approaching and set for Wednesday, another statement has been released about conditions Arkansas and Kansas fans can expect at the stadium.

A prior statement released on Monday indicated that the contest will be played despite a recent barrage of frigid weather. Memphis has had water related issues as a result, with the local utility urging customers to limit non-essential water usage.

With that as the backdrop, the Liberty Bowl organizers have outlined the game day environment in Memphis.

All stadium seating will be utilized, while there’ll be more than 400 porta-johns and 80 hand sanitizer pumps throughout the stadium to combat the situation. Additionally, all stadium concessions will still be operating and tailgating can still be done in Tiger Lane.

Arkansas fell 29-27 to Missouri to drop to 6-6 heading into this game. This is the first matchup between the teams dating back to 1905 and 1906, with Kansas winning both contests.

Arkansas vs. Kansas is slated to kickoff at 5:30 p.m. ET and will be televised on ESPN.