Kaizer Chiefs coach Ted Dumitru insists that Moroka Swallows will not surprise the Amakhosi in their approach when the two sides meet in their Coca-Cola Cup semi-final clash on Saturday.
Instead, the Professor, as Dumitru is popularly known, feels the Phefeni Glamour Boys have a slight advantage over their Soweto counterparts due to their dominance over the Dube Birds in recent seasons.
"I feel we have a slight advantage, although things are level once the match starts, it is all about their mentality," said Dumitru.
"Swallows have nothing to surprise us with and our preparations for this match has gone very well."
The Chiefs mentor added that he they have prepared a way to nullify the threat posed by Swallows striker Lungisani Ndlela and added that they have identified the threat posed by their opposition.
"The left wing (Edzai Kasinauyo) is the real danger as it is his crosses that Ndlela has made a knack of scoring from," he said.
"But we have been training hard and are ready for this match.
"It will be a tough match, hopefully entertaining for the fans, but we will see what happens."