A delighted Bath coach Steve Meehan is expecting his side's return Pool 4 clash with Edinburgh to turn into a running fest as both teams chase qualification for the quarter-finals.
Having lost their opening two pool games it was vital Bath got a result and their 16-9 victory gave them an outside chance of catching the Pool leaders. Having beaten their Scottish rivals by two tries to nil, Meehan want sto see more of the same at Murrayfield.
"Those two tries were from great work and gave us a tremendous start to the game. I want to see more of that attacking play and I think the return game at Murrayfield will see even more open rugby," said Meehan.
"This win means we can go to Scotland and play because we now have a lifeline in the Pool. We've had good performances in recent games without getting the result, so this win will be a major catalyst for us.
"If the conditions are good I would expect another entertaining game up there because Edinburgh also like to throw the ball about. They certainly came to us with a willingness to play."