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Where: Welford Road
When: 19.45 (GMT)
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Bath Rugby may have already booked a place in the LV= Cup’s final four but David Sisi now wants to make sure his side secure home turf advantage with a victory over Leicester Tigers on Friday.
However, playing at Welford Road is no easy task at the best of times and, needing a win to boost their chances of progressing, the Tigers will be out to inflict damage on their West Country opponents.
For Sisi taming the Tigers is also a further chance to showcase his own skills after an injury-hit season so far, having made his presence felt in last week’s 24-13 victory against Cardiff Blues.
It was the flanker’s first appearance at The Rec following his move from London Irish last summer – and he insists he and his teammates are itching for LV= Cup action once more.
“We are still waiting to see if I’m starting but I certainly will be involved and I’m looking forward to getting out there and taking another opportunity,” he said.
“We are still playing for a home semi-final so for us getting a win is hugely important. Leicester also need a bonus-point win to progress in the competition so I’m sure it’s going to be a huge game in front of the cameras.
“Every opportunity I get I push forward and take it, and it’s no different to anyone else who are also looking to impress.
“We know that it could lead to playing in the Premiership when it comes around again so everyone is fighting to put in a big performance.”
The attitude is no different at Leicester as Blaine Scully is also eager to impress by putting on a show in the LV= Cup’s final round of pool fixtures.
The utility back admits the LV= Cup fortnight is a time to shake off any rust and in Bath, he is in no doubt that his side will be presented with a fierce test.
“The important thing is to be putting in good performances,” added Scully, who at the start of this month signed a deal that keeps him at the club until the end of the season.
“I had not played for a couple of weeks so you always want to be out there competing in meaningful games.
“Bath are a very talented team with some very talented footballers so I want to put myself in the position to help the team.
“If I can do that then the performances will come. We will have to be at our best this weekend.”