'Here we go again' was the reaction of Llanelli head coach Gareth Jenkins.
It was probably the draw we would have looked to avoid, but it's the biggest game in our history, and we will give it our all...
The two sides have met twice in the group stages this year. Leicester won the first match 12-9, but in the return leg at Stradey Park the Scarlets ran in winners 24 to 12
'This is the decider' said Jenkins.
Stuart Gallagher, Chief Executive of Llanelli said "Both teams know each other inside out, and although it is not the draw that people might have thought we didn't want...we will look forward to the game.
"The one thing is that they don't have home advantage, it is a neutral ground, and we have a style of play which is capable of beating them. However the same thing can be said of Leicester, they have a style that can beat us also.
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