The team have never won a competitive match in their history but Mazza insists that he has an easy job.
Mazza said: "We are certain we will lose, so it is just a question of how many we concede. The result's not what matters to us. If it was, I would not have been in this job for 14 years.
"In many ways, it is an easy job as no one expects us to win and we have had only three coaches in our history.
"We will try to do our best despite the huge gap and accept the result."
Mazza has been in charge of the national side for 14 years.