Amakhosi, who are on a 12-game winning streak in all competitions, will seek to make it their eighth victory on the trot in the League at Cape Town Stadium.
The newly crowned MTN8 champions top the standings with 21 points - seven more than the Urban Warriors.
"As early as it may seem, it is important that we take it a game at a time," Tshabalala is quoted as saying on his official website.
"The aim is to keep improving and making it over the obstacles we encounter on the way. We return with a trip to Cape Town to face the unpredictable Ajax Cape Town.
"The country and the world at large will be waiting to see if the winning streak of seven games will be disturbed.
"The supporters are expecting a good clash between us and the Urban Warriors. I should say that they will not be disappointed."
He added: "We have prepared well for them and are going to see to it that we return home with nothing but three points. We believe that we can do it. Forever fearless are Amakhosi!"