Injuries have forced Morgan to switch from blind-side flanker to lock, but after poaching a 27-13 win at Welford Road with Bristol in 2002, the twenty-eight year old knows what it will take.
He said: "After Leicester won such a tight game at the Millennium Stadium we were bitterly disappointed. It has made the season a lot harder for us and we definitely want a bit of payback for what they did to us in Cardiff. I was at Bristol when we beat them in 2002 and there is nothing better in a rugby player's career than winning up there in front of 16,000 fans."
Morgan says there is no special secret to winning at Leicester; just lots of blood and sweat. After Leicester were gifted two tries from Blues mistakes in October's clash, Morgan says the region must step up their game for the return.
He said: "You know what to expect, you just have to work really, really hard for everything you get. There are few tougher places to win. They haven't been as strong of late, but they still make very few mistakes and will punish anything you do wrong and capitalise on your errors.
"We made two mistakes against them in the first match in Cardiff and they punished us enough to win the game. We can't afford to make those mistakes again."
Cardiff Blues: 15. Ben Blair, 14. Tom James, 13. Jamie Robinson, 12. Marc Stcherbina, 11. Chris Czekaj, 10. Nick Robinson, 9. Mike Phillips, 8. Xavier Rush (capt), 7. Rhys Shellard, 6. Ben White, 5. Scott Morgan, 4. Deiniol Jones, 3. Gary Powell, 2. Duane Goodfield, 1. Gethin Jenkins
Replacements: 16. Taufa'ao Filise, 17. Gareth Williams, 18. James Downes, 19. Adam Powell, 20. Ed Fairhurst, 21. Mosese Luveitasau, 22. Nick Macleod