Moroka Swallows skipper Goodman Mazibuko believes his team will get the better of Supersport United in their SAA Supa Eight clash on Sunday at the Germiston Stadium.
Mazibuko has been forced to sit out Swallows' matches this season with a groin injury but he is hoping to be back and lead his team to victory against United.
The Birds have not enjoyed the best of starts to the Castle Premiership season with opening losses against Santos and Silver Stars.
But Mazibuko is confident that the team will bounce back and register their first victory of the season this weekend.
"We have dominated Supersport for the last couple of seasons now and I am confident that we will overcome them in this game," he told Soccer Laduma.
And the inspirational midfielder insists his team are not scared of the threat posed by giant striker Lungisani Ndlela.
"I can honestly say we are not scared of Supersport or Ndlela. We don't really fear them even though we know what a good cup side they are."
Mazibuko knows Ndlela only too well from his days with the Birds and believes his team know how to tame the prolific marksman.
"I know for certain that Lungisani Ndlela will be looking forward to this game and will be desperate to score against us. We know what he can do and we will be ready for him," he added.
Swallows are desperate for a win and the players will be determined to put the opening defeats behind them and move into the SAA Supa Eight semifinals with a resounding victory.