Ospreys and Wales skipper Ryan Jones admits he is going to be a nervous man in front of the television this afternoon as he watches the final acts of the Heineken Cup Pool stages to see if his side can creep into the quarter-finals.
Despite beating Leicester Tigers 15-9 at the Liberty Stadium in their final game in Pool 3, the Ospreys could only finish as runners-up to the Tigers and must wait to see if they qualify as one of the two best second-placed teams.
With 20 points and 17 tries they are in a good position, but Jones realises their destiny is no longer in their own hands.
"We are going to have to sit through a few nerve racking matches this weekend before we know if we have done enough to reach the last eight," said Jones.
"I'll be sitting there with my dog and a beer hoping we can get through. There are a group of players at the Ospreys who deserve to make it and I know there is plenty more to come if we do go through.
"Leicester came and did a good job. It was a very difficult day for us but, in the end, we beat one of the top teams in Europe.
"There are mixed emotions because we didn't win by eight points or more, but there is nothing more we can do now other than sit and watch.
"It was a pretty fierce game - they don't come much harder than that. But then that's top end Heineken Cup rugby for you."
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