Hunt believes this could also work to their advantage as his side is not under the same pressure to lift the trophy - something he hopes will help him end his cup jinx with SuperSport. Despite winning the League title three times in succession with Matsatsantsa, Hunt is yet to win any knockout trophies with the club. "They have invested a lot in their team so the expectations are higher for them," he says. "The good thing about playing in the Nedbank Cup Final is that it keeps your season going right till the end. I think the positive results last week had to do with the Cup Final and the win against Sundowns. "We knew we would play them in the Final and I said let's try and see what we can do before the Final, so certainly it kept our season going, that's for sure," he adds. If Hunt wins this trophy with United, it will be his second knockout cup title in his coaching career. The last time he won a cup final was when he was in charge at Moroka Swallows, winning the Absa Cup in 2004. "I won a few trophies before, but with SuperSport it's a first Cup Final and obviously there is one player left from the times when they won a few, Ricardo Katza, who won't play. It's a new team and we have pretty much moved on from that. "It's a big occasion; it's a huge Final against our local rivals and we are looking forward to it. But as long as we give an honest performance and we do the right thing I will be happy," Hunt says. United will be without Franklin Cale, who was dismissed against Sundowns in their League match.