HEPBURN coach Shane Robertson said Daylesford would go into Saturday's 2009 Central Highlands grand final as favourites, and that was fine by him.Speaking at a press conference at Eureka Stadium this afternoon, the 1987 Carlton premiership player described his team as the underdogs.Click here to watch the press conference''We go in as underdogs and we're happy to be that way, certainly a 15-goal turnaround (in the second semi-final from when we played in round 13) will give us a bit of confidence in the way we've gone about it but we're certainly behind the eight ball,'' he said.Daylesford playing coach Luke Beattie said a difficult draw in the home-and-away season had filled his team with confidence.``We go in very confident, I don't think it's specifically about those two games against Hepburn that's given us that confidence,'' Beattie said.``Throughout the season we've had a difficult run playing three of the top four teams twice. ``I don't think any other team did that and we were still able to get over the line in a fairly tight contest. ``We've got a really good self belief in the group of players that we can achieve the outcome that we're stepping out there to do. ``The fact that we're going up against Hepburn I think is an asset, in a way in replaying what happened last year is an opportunity for the boys to have a look at themselves and change that around.''More to come.