The Swans have been FFA Cup specialists in recent years, and firmly believe they can stun their opponents, who play in the NSW NPL 3 competition.
“We have nothing to lose, and our confidence is building, especially after beating Balmain Tigers in the last round,” Cooper said.
“On paper they (Fraser Park) should win comfortably, but we will aim to make it difficult for them at our place under lights.
“If we are in their face, limit their time on the ball and just enjoy the occasion, I think we will be competitive.”
Manly United should comfortably progress past grassroots outfit Blue Mountains FC, despite playing on the road.
From the men’s AL/1s competition, Forest Killarney and Manly Allambie take on Umina United and Coledale Waves FC respectively.
MWFA Premier League heavyweights Pittwater RSL FC are still waiting to hear who they will play in round four.
All games will be played either at home or away from April 9-11.