Masuluke left a lasting impression when these two sides played in the reverse fixture in November last year, as he scored a spectacular overhead kick in added time to steal a point for Baroka at the Peter Mokaba stadium.
That goal, which is the only goal Masuluke has scored in his professional football career, went viral across social networks the world over, with many labelling the audacious effort as a candidate for the coveted FIFA Puskas award.
The burly shotstopper has this time targeted another go at the Buccaneers as Bakgaga scramble to escape the relegation scrap, in which they currently rooted to the bottom of the table, with just six games to go.
"I'll go forward, and I promise you, I'll go forward," Masuluke assures to KickOff.com.
"You know when you play a team of Orlando Pirates' caliber you have to try your everything, but I don't know [if I will score again]."
A win against Pirates will see the Polokwane-based side move above Highlands Park, who drew with Bloemfontein Celtic on Tuesday evening.
"We didn't play well against Maritzburg United in our previous game," added the 23-year-old. "But we don't look at that now and we only focus on the next games.
"Our target in these last games is to win them all to have a realistical chance of survival."