Johannesburg - Bafana Bafana go into Sunday’s CAF Group A top of the table clash full of confidence, following their 3-0 win over the Central African Republic (CAR) last week on Saturday.According to the Soccer-Laduma website, On Sunday, South Africa will be welcomed by Group A leaders, Ethiopia, for a 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Addis Ababa and defender Anele Ngcongca is confident that Bafana can take their winning momentum into the tie.Ngcongca believes that if play attacking football against the East Africans, they can secure all three points and go top of the group.“We will attack them. Our plan is to go at them and create as many chances as we can and score goals, which can win us the game. It doesn't mean if we attack we will expose ourselves. “We have to attack as a team and defend together as well, so that we don't give them any chance to open us up. We need to be strong both in attack and in defence,” Ngcongca concluded.