You could call Canberra United an underdog.
If you do, United States import Katie Stengel has one simple message: "we're technically second on the table".
That's why Canberra will hold no fear against a star-studded Melbourne City outfit at McKellar Park on Sunday afternoon.
Even if doubt hovers over teenage star Karly Roestbakken as she recovers from a broken nose - although Nikola Orgill is adamant it's "a little bit bruised, but she's all good".
Even if City's superstar-laden outfit boasts the likes of Ellie Carpenter, Lydia Williams, Steph Catley, Emily van Egmond, Kyah Simon and Yukari Kinga.
Even if the sight of Carpenter in a rival club's colours at McKellar Park leaves Orgill feeling a tad "weird".
"We don't have all the flashy names like some other teams do," Stengel said.
MORE CANBERRA SPORT
"Hopefully we can just play as a team, work hard and still keep getting the results.
"It's just another opponent. On the weekend we have to put in our own strong performance. Yeah, they're talented, but I think we can match that.
"Every season is short here, so it was important to get a win [last week], especially from the start. Hopefully we can just build on that.
"The more we all get to know each other as players, we can combine even more and be more fluid and hopefully create a stronger product."
Canberra enjoyed a dream start to their W-League campaign with two early goals setting up a 2-0 victory over the Perth Glory last week.
But Orgill says there is no time for United to rest on their laurels as they look to lay the foundations for a return to the finals.
The United centre back says the nature of the 14-round competition means even one loss could prove to be a devastating blow come the business end of the season.
It means another fast start against a competition heavyweight will see Canberra go a long way towards replicating their stirring round one triumph.
"We want to make sure we don't want to slip into any complacency or get too comfortable, because games can change just like that," Orgill said.
"That's something we do want to work on, just keep being ruthless until the end.
"We've got a big week of training and we've got a good amount of time for the turnaround so we've got some things to work on and focus on the next game. I'm confident.
"We're just trying to focus on us and not really think too much about what other people think about us.
"It's early days yet, and it is a short comp, so things can change really quickly. We're just trying to focus on each game as it comes.
"Really good vibes going into this week."