Neath take on Ulster at Ravenhill on Friday night looking to avenge last year's 38-29 defeat in the quarter-final of the Celtic League.
And the Neath coach Lyn Jones certainly believes his side have the firepower needed to come away with the victory.
He said: "Ulster present us with yet another big challenge, but our results in recent weeks have shown that we have the ability to go to Ireland and win."
Jones is also keen to erase memories of last seasons disappointing defeat.
"We had enough chance to have beaten Ulster in last seasons match. But we didn't convert the pressure into points.
"We can certainly do a job on Friday evening but must be mindful of our loss last season."
Meanwhile back row forward Brett Sinkinson is nearing fitness and is now
only two weeks away from playing.
15 Adrian Durston; 14 Kevin James, 13 Allan Bateman, 12 Dave Tiueti, 11 Shane Williams; 10 Lee Jarvis, 9 Patrick Horgan;1 Duncan Jones, 2 Barry Williams, 3 Andrew Millward, 4 Andy Newman, 5 Gareth Llewellyn (c), 6 Hywel Jenkins; 8 Nathan Bonner-Evans, 7 Steve Tandy
Replacements: Shaun Connor, Steve Jones, Adam Jones, James Storey, Lyndon
Bateman, Alfie Mocelutu, Andy Moore
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