The Millennium Stadium will be the host for the double header, a venue former Bath legend Mike Catt approves of. the new format for the compeition ."It will be a fabulous occasion at a world-class stadium," he told BBC Radio 5 Live as the draw was made. His view was echoed by current Bath captain David Barnes, who said: "It should be a great occasion, and slap bang in the middle of the Six Nations, everyone at the club is looking forward to this.
"At this stage all the sides left in the competition are very strong, Llanelli Scarlets have a great pack of forwards and will be a tough challenge." Scarlets captain, Simon Easterby told the club's website: "It's fantastic that we're in the semi final, representing the Welsh regions.
"There are four quality teams and there was never going to be any easy draws but I'm pleased we've avoided Wasps, we'll have already played them twice in the Heineken and we'd probably know each other too well.
"Bath are the Cup Kings of England - up against the Cup Kings of Wales - so that should make for a great game. Being back in the Millennium Staidum again is certainly something for us to look forward too."
Powergen Cup semi-finals. Millennium Stadium, March 4
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