Moroka Swallows coach Gavin Hunt has a dilemma on his hands - whether or not to tamper with the line-up of his team which beat Ajax Cape Town last weekend, ahead of this Saturday's SAA clash against the same club.
Swallows were without a number of players for last week's 3-0 Castle premiership win, but still comfortably downed the Urban Warriors by three goals to nil, with marksman Lungisani Ndlela grabbing a hat-trick.
"Considering lot of players were out last week against Ajax and new signings never had work permits cleared, a very good result," said Hunt.
He continued: "However we do realise Ajax also had a lot of players out.
"This weeks game will be totally different, they will have a full strength squad but so will we. It leaves me in a very difficult situation because of the result we achieved, but I have to put my best team in.
"Our team is in very good shape and the headache is to get the selection right, fortunately this year we have quality players in key areas.
"After this game we will have a 2 week break before we play "ROMAN" Sundowns which will be a very tough game, however our focus is on our cup game on Saturday and urge all our supporters to come to the stadium," he added.
Hunt missed last weeks game as he was busy on a coaching course.
"I have been away in England on a Uefa "A "license course which takes 4 weeks to complete. I will finish the next 2 weeks next year.
"It is a FIFA accredited course and will be compulsory for all professional coaches by 2007. This was the reason I was not at last weeks game."
The Birds manager finished off by appealing for the club's fans to stand behind the team this season
"Supporters, please support our players in good spirit, lets encourage and you can help us to achieve greater things."