Nightfalls are yet to yield in each of the five DStv Premiership matches played to date against AmaZulu, Chippa United, Kaizer Chiefs, TS Galaxy and Orlando Pirates, showing a stunningly steadfast protection.
Objective modest Swallows, who have scored recently once in five games, will be the following group wanting to break the apparently impervious back-four.
"We are pleased with ourselves with all due respect as we have a decent relationship off the field and it helps us on the field," says De Reuck.
"We realize what is generally anticipated of us and we are playing for a major group, and we realize that in the event that we keep clean sheets the odds of us winning are extremely high, so we simply need to keep dealing with that.
"It isn't just us as protectors and the goalkeeper shielding however it is everybody together so we should offer credit to the entire group for their persistent effort."
Extending right to last prepare, The Brazilians have yielded recently once in the last 13 association games, which was in the 3-1 success over SuperSport United. Through that period, they have won 10 and drawn three.
Nonetheless, while Swallows will show up in the capital city engaging for structure and inside issues that have left lead trainer Brandon Truter put on exceptional leave with Simo Dladla assuming control over, De Reuck feels their danger can never be overlooked.
"Swallows is a truly challenging group to play against on the grounds that they keep many clean sheets so it won't be a simple game," he added.
"It will be significant for us to attempt to separate them and make possibilities. This is going to an association game, and it is unique (to Swallows' new 4-0 MTN 8 defeatto Cape Town City).
"As far as we might be concerned, we need to dominate this match as go into the FIFA break with that triumphant inclination. Arrangements have been working out in a good way and dissecting so we know what we need to do to dominate the match, so it is working out positively."
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