The Blues are currently fifth in the league table, four points off the all-important play-off places but with four games left to play. One of those is also a crucial game in hand over all the teams above them.
"I'm really keeping my fingers crossed that I miss the first game," Young told the BBC.
"The Barbarians have got England the first game and if we get to the final of the play-offs obviously I can't do that first game."
The Baa Baas then face Wales at the Millennium Stadium on June 4 to celebrate the Welsh Rugby Union's 130th anniversary.
"It would be nice to step in to do the Wales game. It's a thoroughly enjoyable experience, mixing with players you don't normally coach," added Young.
"The Barbarians have got a huge tradition.
"We don't have the same intensity and training and same focus as Wales would have. But it's still an enjoyable experience for myself."