Golf team captain Freddie Ferrari is quietly confident going into Varsity with Swansea looking to make it three wins in three years.
Swansea finished second in the league holding off a strong Glamorgan by a point to secure promotion.
Ferrari said: “We are delighted to have achieved second.
“To hold off a very strong Glamorgan side and take second place and also secure the team’s first ever promotion is a step in the right direction.”
Cardiff performed below par all season taking just one point and were relegated as a result.
“Cardiff’s performance in the league looks appealing to us on paper, but we cannot rely on that at all,” added Ferrari.
“They have two teams, which means they have an abundance of good players to choose from, all of whom, like us will be looking forward to the challenge of the varsity showdown.
“Given the recent form of the two teams, Swansea has the advantage.”
Swansea has increased the number of lessons and training sessions this year in order to maximise the potential of the club.
The teams will face off in six singles matches with the winner of each given a point for their team, a draw earning half a point.