Martin Rueda is convinced his Young Boys players can wash away the bitter aftertaste of their Super League defeat to Grasshoppers Zurich with victory over Udinese in the Europa League.
The Berne giants were already trailing 3-0 at half-time against their fierce Swiss rivals last weekend, with two late BSC goals proving too little too late at the Letzigrund.
Young Boys have had a torrid time in Group A too, losses to Liverpool and Anzhi Makhachkala preceding Udinese's first-ever visit to Switzerland in competitive football.
Rueda told the Berner Zeitung: ``We had a positive and intense final training session.
``We want to put Sunday's defeat behind us and we are absolutely convinced of getting a victory on Thursday.
``Finding some stability is just a matter of time and the fact that we are competing on two fronts must not be ignored.''
With that in mind, Rueda is likely to rotate his squad, but one man who will keep his place is striker Raul Bobadilla, who has scored five goals in eight outings so far.
``Bobadilla is an important player that can decide matches,'' Rueda added.
``We must not let our guard down like we did against Grasshoppers.''
Defender Alain Nef was on the Zebrette's books between 2008 and 2010 and knows exactly what their coach Francesco Guidolin will bring to the Stade de Suisse.
``Udinese is a club with a lot of young players and a very large squad,'' said Nef. ``Every defeat hurts so I'm glad the game is coming.''
Udinese will be without midfielder Giampiero Pinzi, who will miss at least three weeks of action with a hamstring injury, but Emmanuel Badu is likely to feature.