Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar is readying himself to face Didier Drogba and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Samba shot-stopper is set to go head-to-head with the Ivorian and Portuguese dangermen in his next two outings at the World Cup.
Both the Ivory Coast and Portugal will provide stiff tests for Dunga's Brazil, with Group G widely regarded as the toughest to call.
Cesar accepts as much and knows he and his international colleagues will need to be at their best over the course of the coming week.
First up for Brazil are the Ivory Coast and their talismanic striker Drogba on Sunday, before the South American giants wrap up their group games with a contest against Portugal and Ronaldo on Friday.
"They are two players with completely different styles," said Cesar on the deadly duo.
"Without a doubt, I will have to pay special attention to both of them."
Cesar believes Ronaldo is technically the superior of the two superstars set to test his keeping credentials, with the Real Madrid winger a more complete player than Drogba.
"He is technically superior, has more skills," added the Inter Milan man.
"He shoots well and heads well too."
That is not to say that Drogba does not pose a considerable threat of his own, though, with Cesar well aware that the Chelsea forward is a striker of the highest calibre.
"He stays more inside the area and knows how to finish," he said.
While looking to enjoy quiet games against the Ivory Coast and Portugal, Cesar is hoping to have more to do than he did in Brazil's 2-1 win over North Korea in their opening fixture at a freezing Ellis Park.
"It was very cold," said the 30-year-old.
"I've even asked them to buy me some extra clothing for the next match.
"The ball barely got to me, so it was even harder. And the one ball that got to me went into the net, so I was not happy with that and the entire defence also wasn't happy."