The Lions cruised to an eight-wicket victory over the Cape Cobras in their opening fixture, sauntering home with more than six overs to go, with their hugely experienced top order showing their value as Stephen Cook and Alviro Petersen both scored centuries.
"Our bowlers strive on hitting back of a length hard, and at Kingsmead where the ball nips around a bit and bounces, it will do us well," said Bavuma.
"So we won't try to change something that worked for us."
The only aspect of the performance that did not please coach, Geoffrey Toyana, was the back end of the innings, when Vernon Philander's explosive fifty saw the Cobras add 77 runs in the last 45 deliveries.
"Our last six overs were not great, so that's something that we've addressed as a squad and our death bowling is an area that we want to improve on," said Toyana.
The coach was naturally impressed with young spinner Bjorn Fortuin, who picked up the wicket of Omphile Ramela and conceded just 43 runs in his 10 overs, but with Leie returning from Proteas duty there are no guarantees that Fortuin will make the cut for Friday.