Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall is unconcerned by the Franklin's Gardens factor ahead of their Premiership semi-final with Northampton.
An emphatic victory over London Welsh helped secure Saracens a spot in the top four last weekend, which in turn set up a tough trip to the league winners.
Bath will play host to Leicester in the other semi-final but McCall believes that home field advantage will count for little in the upcoming knockout games.
"Northampton are a very good side, and particularly at Franklin's Gardens," Saracens boss McCall told BBC London 94.9 ahead of his side's visit to the Saints.
"But we have got a squad who don't mind being on the road and kind of relish hostile atmospheres."
He added: "The atmosphere we faced when we played Clermont in the Champions Cup was something very special."
"Having been through that and played quite a decent game that day, I don't think anywhere else will have big fear for us."