Samoa scrum-half Kahn Fotuali'i will line up against many of his Ospreys team-mates in tonight's match against Wales in Cardiff.
Fotuali'i joined the regional side after the Rugby World Cup last year, playing an instrumental role in their road to the PRO12 title.
Team-mates Justin Tipuric, Dan Biggar and Ashley Beck will all start against Fotuali'i and Samoa on Friday, a situation that the scrum-half admits will be slightly strange.
"It's going to be a very interesting one," said Fotuali'i.
"I'm definitely looking forward to playing amongst some of my peers from the Ospreys team.
"It's a huge test in itself but I'm not focusing on them as individuals but as a whole which is the main threat."
"All those players from the Ospreys have been playing really well this year so they won't lose too much with them in the side, if anything I reckon they're a stronger side.
"They'll probably use the ball a bit more. Someone like Tipuric is an amazing player, he's good over the ball and has got awesome skills. He could play in the back-line if he wanted to!
"I hope they play really well but not too well."
Samoa arrive in Cardiff following a convincing 42-12 victory over Canada in Colwyn Bay last Friday night, giving the side plenty of confidence as Wales look to bounce back from last week's defeat to Argentina.
"It was a different experience but the people and the environment were really nice," added Fotuali'i.
"The Samoan people enjoyed the company and surroundings of the north Wales people. They're very welcoming.
"The boys have built a bit of confidence in their attack but there's still a lot we need to work on defensively and also in attack.
"We didn't play the best game and Canada stuck at it through the 80 minutes. We know we've got another level to step up to against the Welsh boys."