Lidoda Duvha egded Bakgaga 1-0 in Thohoyandou in October, not long after Leopards’ return to the top flight.
"Sunday's match is going to be very difficult you see,” he tells KickOff.com.
"It's a derby, and you know first leg these people beat us and I think we ready as a team you see. We looking forward to the game, it's a second leg so we prepared very well.
“You know performances change mostly after a long break. But we just hoping we will continue where we left off as a team, the mood at training is good, everyone is excited, everyone is ready.
“Everyone wants to play, everyone looks active and ready. It's important for us to win because as I said they beat us in the first leg so it can't happen again you see. So we gonna go there with the mentality that it's our home game, it's a derby, we just need to win.
“We wanna start with a win on Sunday so it can boost our confidence going forward."
Bakgaga are 12th on the log table with 14 points in 15 matches while Leopards are 13th with 13 points after 14 matches.