Moroka Swallows go into Sunday's crunch Premier Soccer League encounter with Dynamos at the Rand Stadium on Sunday brimming with confidence and a near full-strength squad for coach Gavin Hunt to select from.
The only two absentees will be defenders Warren Lewis (ankle injury) and Jermaine Christian (suspension).
The Beautiful Birds know that nothing short of a victory will be good enough as they hope to keep the pressure on league leaders Orlando Pirates.
"The boys are looking forward to Sunday's game and with just the two missing players, we are confident of collecting all three points," Swallows team manager Bennett Mtshali exclusively told the Morokaswallows.co.za.
"We still believe we are still in the hunt for the PSL title and three points on Sunday will be huge for us," Mtshali added.
The Bucaneers have 50 points from 25 matches, while Swallows are on 46 points, also from 25 games. Pirates will expect to get full points from their encounter with relegation-threatened Bush Bucks on Saturday.
Dynamos will be no pushovers, however, with the Limpopo minnows hoping to secure a Top Eight position for next year in the lucrative tournament now sponsored by South African Airways.
Swallows are already assured of a place in that competition, but Hunt will still have a much bigger prize in his sights in his first season in charge of the Highveld club.
However, the side will have to go one better than their last outing, where they let a two-goal lead slip against fellow title-hopefuls Wits University to finish with a 2-2 draw.