Jamberoo captain-coach Matt Coelho suggested minor premiers Gerringong might be weighed down by the burden of expectation in Sunday's final at Kiama Showground.
The Superoos have won two straight sudden-death play-off games, beating Kiama 20-14 in week one of the finals before backing up with last week's impressive 20-18 road-win over Milton-Ulladulla in the minor semi-final.
It's a different story for Gerringong. After they finished on top of the ladder and earned a bye in the first round of the play-offs, the Lions hosted Warilla in last week's major semi-final clash.
Despite a 12-4 half-time lead, Gerringong were run down in the second half as the Gorillas scored two tries in eight minutes for a 26-16 win.
The Superoos lost twice to Gong in the regular season but are hoping it's a case of third time lucky on Sunday.
"We're coming off a win and Gerringong's coming off a loss, so we're really confident," Coelho said.
"The pressure's definitely all on them.
"No-one gave us any hope going down to Milton last weekend but we always believed we could do it and we got through with flying colours.
"We have to complete our sets against Gerringong and get to our kicks, and just tackle all day.
"We'll just play our normal game and hopefully the footy gods are on our side and we'll come away with a victory."
The Superoos haven't won a premiership for 39 years and are eager to break the drought.
They know they will have to play a near-perfect game to upset the Lions.
"They're strong right across the park," Coelho said.
"They normally don't lose two in a row so they'll definitely be fired up. We have to be on our best game.
"Everyone's fit and ready to go and we can't wait."
Jamberoo reached the 2009 final and lost 34-20 to Warilla.
Gerringong have played in the past three grand finals, winning it all in 2010.