Hunt's men host Pirates in the MTN8 semi-final first-leg at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Sunday before they meet again at the same venue on Wednesday for their League clash and then again in the MTN8 second-leg on August 25.
While the coach admitted that it is going to be tough for his side coming up against the best team in the country, he says his side are motivated to get a win against the Buccaneers.
"It's going to be tough. We are playing them three times in six days. It's always difficult," he says.
"It's just unfortunate how things have worked out. We are looking forward to it. Everybody looks keen. There are games where you don't talk too much. You just want to take it one game at a time, that's all we can do," Hunt adds.
Hunt said they have a plan to neutralise Pirates attacking players which includes the likes of Daine Klate, Benni McCarthy, Tlou Segolela and Sifiso Myeni.
"We are going to play on the front foot. We don't play counter attack, which a lot of teams do in South Africa. The best result is to win and get nothing against you. But that is always difficult against a team like Pirates. They have won so many trophies in the last two years. They have a strong team.
"The players we have can give us the right sort of balance but combinations take a lot of time. Centre back pairing, striking pairing takes time.
"What we have in our team is good variations in terms of going short, long, wide and narrow. We have people who can play in different roles. It bodes well for the season. It's good for us," Hunt says.