Wolves coach Jacob Timpano believes a last start victory over previously unbeaten APIA Leichhardt will give his club the belief to secure another upset win when they travel to Sydney United 58 on Easter Monday.
Wollongong shocked APIA in a 1-0 over the ladder leaders last weekend and can claim another big scalp at Sydney United Sports Centre.
United got off to a poor start to the season, but have since won their past two matches heading into the clash, with former coach Mark Rudan back on deck.
Timpano was preparing his side for another difficult road test, but felt they had shown already this season that they were be up for the challenge.
"They’ve had two wins in a row now which sort of indicates the level of quality team that they are,” he said.
"Their squad is probably stronger than last year and they were league champions then. Away from home it will be tough, but the back of last week's result, I think we can go into the game confident."