The match is the first leg of the preliminary round of the Caf Champions League billed for the Enyimba Stadium in Aba and Bala believes the two-time African champions are full of quality in their playing personnel to ease past The Angels of Notse.
"We will beat them by 3-0 by God's grace," said a confident Bala to Naijaligue.blogspot.com. "Enyimba are a very big team in Nigeria and Africa. Right now without being boastful we have a very strong team and I can't even start mentioning the names of the players one after another. But we will beat them."
Bala is also "looking forward to making my first appearance" in Africa's premier club competition.
The former Kwara United man who can play as a right-back and a midfielder, is hoping to get the nod to feature against The Angels this Sunday.
"I'm really looking forward to making my first appearance in the Caf Champions League. It's the biggest club competition in Africa and as a footballer it will be a thing of pride to play in it. But everything depends on the coach. He will decide who starts (against Anges de Notse) but I'll continue to work hard and hope to get my chance," said Bala.
Bala joined Enyimba from El-Kanemi Warriors in January and will also be available for selection when Enyimba travel to Lome for the return leg against Anges de Notse next weekend.