Neil Collins is confident South Manchester Sports 1st can overcome local rivals Manchester Maccabi in Sunday's Accountants League Premier Division showdown.
South Manchester are coming into this clash in a rich vein of form following convincing back-to-back victories.
Maccabi have also hit the ground running and will be looking to preserve their unbeaten record, so it promises to be a enthralling contest.
South are without club captain Michael Stratton, who is still recovering from a hamstring injury suffered on the opening week of the season. Jack Lee looks set to return this week which is a big boost for South as he produced eye-catching performances in the corresponding fixtures last season.
South Manchester co-manager Neil Collins said: "We've had some battles with these boys, dating back to when I played in 1923.
"It's a big day for the club as all three senior teams are playing, something that hasn't happened in over five years.
"We look forward to welcoming Maccabi, but we won't be providing bagels, that's for sure."