The 33-year-old Namibian won the WBA title two years ago in Japan but lost it after one successful defence.
Moses, known as ‘The Hitman’, has only been stopped once in 29 fights and has won 19 bouts by knockout.
The fight has been moved back to the Braehead Arena due to television commitments after promoters had announced a switch to the Kelvin Hall.
Burns’s manager Alex Morrison believes Moses will provide a “stiff test” for his Burns.
“He’s a bit of a knockout specialist,” Morrison told BBC Scotland.
“And you don’t go to Japan and a win a world title without having something about you.”
Burns became WBO super-featherweight champion after a thrilling win over Rocky Martinez in 2010.
After three defences of the title, ‘The Rickster’ moved up to lightweight and beat Michael Katsidis at Wembley last November to become interim lightweight champion.
If, as expected, Juan Manuel Marquez vacates his WBO title at the same weight, Burns could enter the ring against Moses as the full champion.
By Phil Goodlad