Saracens skipper Brad Barritt is bracing his team for a pivotal European Rugby Champions Cup semi-final with a "galvanised" Munster Rugby at a boisterous Aviva Stadium.
Mark McCall's Saracens, who will play their fifth consecutive European last-four tie this Saturday, face a tough challenge with the home of Irish rugby set to be sold out.
Centre Barritt knows it's going to be an atmosphere to remember, but wants the Aviva Premiership giants, who beat Racing 92 in last season's Champions Cup final, to embrace it.
He said: "I think our previous semi-final experience can be both a positive and a negative. On the one hand, it's given us the knowledge of what's required to win at this level and progress from a semi-final. But going away to Ireland is a new challenge for us.
"To go to the Aviva Stadium against Munster is something that we are really excited about. For every game we play we give each team equal respect and we will prepare for Munster as if it's no different. They are well coached and we understand how big a challenge it's going to be.
"It's going to be very much an away game for us. We know how well the Munster fans travel and we're expecting 50,000 of their supporters to pack out the Aviva Stadium. But in the past we have relished the challenge of playing away an in very tough arenas.
"I think the untimely death of Anthony Foley has had a galvanising force on the whole team. I have huge admiration for Munster and the way they play the game. You can see in the way they play that they have an extra edge to all aspects of their game this season."
Both Saracens and Munster have a proud record in knock-out rugby.
A tight encounter is expected, with a host of British Lions who were this week named in Warren Gatland's squad to face New Zealand, set to be involved.
Saracens are likely to welcome back Owen Farrell, Maro Itjoe, Billy Vunipola and his brother Mako to their starting XV after they were rested for the dramatic win over Northampton Saints.
Munster, meanwhile, are likely to be without Lions scrum-half Conor Murray due to a shoulder injury but there's better news on forward CJ Stander.
Barritt insists though that his team have no designs on stopping their relentless pursuit of success and is targeting yet more European glory.
He said: "With each year that has passed we have never stood still. We have always been hungry to get better. We have always prided ourselves on our defence and what we do without the ball, but in the last two to three seasons, we have added a clinical edge to our attack.
"That's allowed us to pull away from teams. We are very much a team that's looking to bet better. We still want to have an unbelievable work rate without the ball, but Munster have a phenomenal defence.
"They are very smart about seeing their opportunities at the breakdown and their line speed is a constant weapon. They are one of the best defensive teams in Europe.
"It will be a game of fine margins. Semi-finals often come down to discipline and you can't allow the excitement of the occasion to get to you.
"As rugby players to play in these huge arenas and in front of these massive crowds is why you pick up a ball and play as a kid.
"To not enjoy it would be a huge waste. It can be a galvanising force for us and we need to pull together again because the next challenge for us is Munster at the Aviva Stadium."
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