The German coach is hoping for a positive result in the AFC Asian Cup qualifier.
Bernd Stange is hoping to spring a big surprise on Oman when he takes charge of his first match as Singapore coach on Wednesday.
The Lions are in dire need of a victory in their second 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualifier after being thrashed 4-0 by Jordan in February in the opening round of Group A fixtures and have home advantage on their side at Jalan Besar Stadium.
In Stange, named as the successor to long-serving Raddy Avramovic in May, Singapore also have a new face in the dugout and despite only seeing his new side play two friendlies, the German is optimistic that they can obtain a positive result against the Red Warriors, whom he briefly managed in 2001.
“I am very happy that we have strong opponents so we can show what we can deliver in the game,” said the 65-year-old told the Asian Football Confederation website.
“I am looking forward to seeing what the boys can do tomorrow. They are confident and they did a very good job during the training period.
“You cannot compare Oman with Myanmar and Laos but finally we are ready and we will try to bring the best out of us and we will see how it works.”