Exeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter is wary of a backlash from the Scarlets following last Saturday's result in the Heineken Cup.
The victory was Exeter's first ever win in the Heineken Cup in their debut season, and Baxter has suggested that by travelling to Parc y Scarlets and picking up the victory, the re-match between the two sides this weekend will be even harder.
"One thing we know is that we have got a bit of a storm coming at us this weekend," said Baxter to the Western Morning News.
"Winning the first game almost makes the second game tougher, but that is the nature of the beast.
"We have been involved in those types of situations a few times at Exeter, so we know it is going to be tough, but we are enjoying the Heineken Cup because it is tough, and a step up in intensity, and you have got to make sure the players are thriving on it."
Fly-half Gareth Steenson was one of Exeter's star performers last weekend, with Baxter highlighting his contribution with the boot as a key factor in his side's victory.
"He didn't miss, and if your goalkicker is knocking them over like that, and you can create some pressure situations. It is amazing how quickly you can build a score," added Baxter.
"I think the guys took good decisions about how we built that score, and how we created some platforms, and ultimately that won us the game."