The mood is upbeat for Szeviep-Szeged heading into Thursday's crunch EuroCup Women game at home to BBC Sint-Katelijne-Waver.
The Belgian side won the first meeting on October 28, 71-64, and the Hungarian outfit then fell at home to Gran Canaria, 75-72.
Szeviep-Szeged have won three of their last four games on the domestic front, including their 73-62 triumph over ZTE NKK at the weekend.
In that game, Szeviep-Szeged were tied at the end of the third quarter but their up-tempo game paid dividends over the last 10 minutes as they outscored their opponents 24-13 in that span.
"All along we tried to play fast, to give rhythm to the attacks," Szeviep-Szeged coach Tamas Bencze said.
"It (the tactics) bore fruit in the fourth quarter."