South Africa goalkeeper Kaylin Swart has tipped his side to put Mali to the sword in Tuesday's 2018 Africa Women's Cup of Nations semi-final in Cape Coast.
The Banyana Banyana are seeking a fifth final berth after losing out on the title in 1995, 2000, 2008 and 2012.
The current select band of players finished Group A leaders ahead of defending champions Nigeria with with two wins and a draw to amass seven points.
''We have worked really hard to come this far in this tournament. Everyday we go to training to get better. We are going to take any game lightly and of course the semi-finals is going to a tough one. Mali is not a team that we are going to smile over,'' Swart said at Monday's pre-match conference.
''Our preparations have been really good and the coaches have been working with us at the highest level. They have given us a plan to the best of our ability.
''In the previous three games, every game is different but the output is the same. We went into each game with the aim of winning and we are approaching the next game with same mentality.
''We need to and as my coach said it is our final because we all want to qualify for the World Cup and obviously achieve our goal.
''All we have in our in minds is to win. We know what we came here for and that is what we are going in for.''Read Full Story