Mike Tindall may be back in the England Elite Performance Squad, but his main priority this week is to steer Gloucester to victory over Cardiff Blues in the Heineken Cup.
The battle for qualification from Pool 6 is set to go down to the wire, although the unbeaten Blues hold the upper hand going into their return game with Gloucester at Kingsholm on Sunday.
But Tindall insists his side have improved sinc etheir thrilling 37-24 defeat at the Millennium Stadium in Round 2 and that their desitny is in their own hands.
"We all realise that if we don't win this game we aren't going through. They have Calvisano after this and that is at home, so it is almost a given they will get five points from that," said Tindall
"We have to win our next two games - iit is as simple as that. The Millennium Stadium maatch was a good one, although it was probably better TV than it was execution by us. "We had a lot of ball in the last 20 minutes, but couldn't score. If we had we would have got two points and been in a better position.
"The Blues seem to gear their rugby around the Heineken Cup and we simply have to ignore their form in the Magners League. We know how good they are and how good their back three can be.
"It is important for us to repect them as a side, although we know that if we can do ourselves justice on Sunday we can win.
"If we can get two wins and eight points we will probably go through. If we get nine points then we should top the Pool."