Leinster fly half Felipe Contepomi steered his side to a Round 3 win last weekend and now has set his sights on completing the double over Edinburgh.
Contepomi was the Heineken man of the match and scorer of 18 points as Leinster got the better of Andy Robison's improving, but still winless, team. And he says he is looking forward to another big test in Murrayfield.
"It could be a bit tricky playing teams (back-to-back) who you have studied from the week before, and you might take things for granted," he said. "When you come up against teams you have just played, you have to try new things and try to predict the areas that they might like to attack you.
Contepomi, a star for Argentina in the recent world cup is no stranger to playing in the biggest and hottest rugby arena's on the planet, but despite this experience he is not complacent about the challenge of beating any side in their own backyard.
"Going away from home is always difficult, and Edinburgh are a very tough team to play. We just have to get on with it and prepare as best we can and go and put in a good performance.
"It doesn't matter how many people they will have supporting them, the key thing is to go with the right frame of mind and the knowledge. A lot about how you play at the weekend is about how you prepare during the week. We have prepared quite well so hopefully we can take that into the game.
A crowd of 18,145 packed into the RDS last weekend, a larger crowd than is expected in Scottish rugby's national stadium this weekend, but that doesn't bother Contepomi.
"Obviously everyone wants to play in front of 20,000 crowds, but it's still the same. It's a rugby game so it doesn't matter if you are in front of 400 (supporters) or 40,000, the rules are the same. The pitch is the same. And, actually, it's a really nice pitch in Murrayfield.