Adare manager Harry Gleeson believes there is no point dwelling on the strength of the opposition ahead of Sunday's Munster club SFC clash.
The Limerick champions square off against a Nemo Rangers side that has lifted the provincial title on no fewer than 15 occasions.
They go into the game as massive underdogs priced at 15/2 and basically, they are given no chance by many GAA pundits, but Gleeson told the Limerick Leader that every team always has a chance no matter what the odds.
"Look, as I said to them in the dressingroom the other night 'one bit of news on Nemo' and they all looked up, I said, 'Nemo can only use 15 players, the same as Adare," said Gleeson.
"I tend to stay away from talking about the team we are playing. I know you have to respect Nemo. I don't think a few years ago you would be putting Adare on the same pitch as Nemo Rangers.
"I think we will go down, put in a performance and do the best we can. Being positive about it, it is going to bring all the lads on, whatever the result."