Amakhosi beat the Bethlehem-based outfit in the first round, but Letsoaka feels they have done their homework on Steve Komphela's side.
“We are confident we can get the result against them. We will give them the respect they deserve as Kaizer Chiefs,” Letsoaka told Goal.
Letsoaka replaced the Italian Solinas last month and face an uphill task to retain the club’s top-flight status for yet another season.
He admitted that it will be difficult for them given the form Amakhosi were in prior to the mid-season break where they won successive matches to move to within one point of leaders SuperSport United.
“It will be very difficult for us given the form they are in, but we will always come up with a plan against Kaizer Chiefs. It’s not going to be anything but a tough game,” Letsoaka said.
“We are going to go out and do our best and normally when you play teams like Kaizer Chiefs, the level of motivation is high."
“Everyone wants to be at his best in games like this and I am sure we will come out alive at the FNB Stadium,” Letsoaka concluded.