Serge Betsen may have Amlin Challenge Cup glory on his mind - but he will also be willing on his old team-mates at Biarritz Olympique when they meet Munster in their Heineken Cup semi-final showdown in San Sebastian on Sunday.
The former France flanker will be key to London Wasps' hopes when they take on Cardiff Blues in the Amlin Challenge Cup semis a day earlier before urging his old club on against the former double Heineken Cup champions.
Biarritz went within touching distance of European club rugby's most coveted trophy four years ago only to lose 23-19 to Munster in the Millennium Stadium showpiece occasion.
"It is really good for Biarritz to reach the Heineken Cup semi-finals and to play against Munster four years after the final in Cardiff," said the 36-year-old veteran back rower who made 44 Heineken Cup appearances for the Basque club
"It will be a big, big thing for the team and for those who were involved in the 2006 final.
"There is a lot of emotion when I talk about my old club Biarritz and Munster because we had a bad, bad experience against them then and hopefully this time they will put it right.
"They are playing at home - even if that is in Spain - but I think it will be very hard for Biarritz now that they will be without the injured Damien Traille.
"All the boys will put their bodies on the line to try and make things happen and you never know what will happen in sport and Estadio Anoeta is a magic place to play rugby, it is a really good crowd who love their rugby and hopefully this will help them to succeed."
Wasps, who have won three European titles, the Amlin Challenge Cup in 2003 and the Heineken Cup in 2004 and 2007, have the incentive of being first to bank four titles if they can see off Cardiff Blues and then triumph in the final on Sunday, 23 May.
"There is a good feeling at the club, we have done well in the Amlin Challenge Cup and hopefully it will be a good game for us against Cardiff Blues," he said.
"I am looking forward to meeting my old warrior Martyn Williams and the Blues are a very good team with a strong front five and powerful back row plus some really tough backs.
"It is important for us to finish well in our last home game of the season and make sure we thank our supporters for their support over the season.
"We need to be fully focused on the Blues - how we can find gaps, how to challenge their back row and how to challenge everyone in their team."
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