Llanelli will travel across the water to take on Bath tomorrow in confident mood, knowing the 15 that took on the tigers will all start against the 1998 European Champions...
"We are fortunate to be able to select the same side that beat Leicester, everyone at this club was proud of that performance and we are putting faith in the same players this weekend.
"We have trained with real purpose thus week...Everybody is champing at the bit now and we cant wait to get out there and do what we do best' said Llanelli coach Gareth Jenkins at the Stradey Paark press conference yesterday.
Coach Jenkins also revealed that Swansea have provided the Scarlets video tapes of Bath in action...
"They have been great" said Jenkins , "Swansea telephoned us after the quarter final draw was made and came up with two video tapes we have actually used for our analysis"
You can hear all the action between Bath and Llanelli hear on the WRU web-site Saturday 26th January 15.00 (GMT)
Llanelli: G Evans; W Proctor, N Boobyer, L Davies, S Finau; S Jones G Easterby; M Madden, R McBryde, J Davies, V Cooper, C Wyatt, D Hodges, S Quninnell (Capt), S Easterby.
Replacements: P Booth, M Thomas, L Gross, D Jones, G Bowen, M Jones
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