18 May, 15:44
It's down to the wire now for the five contenders who have been shortlisted for the ultimate individual accolade in northern hemisphere rugby, ERC European Player of the Year 2013.
Bath Rugby head into the match with the objective of overturning a two-point deficit to the Ravens, and scrum-half Andy Williams believes that Bridgend's self-belief will be high following the 28-26 first leg victory at the Brewery Field.
"We perhaps start the match as slight favourites owing to the home advantage and that will only further inspire Bridgend to come to the Rec and win. We are expecting a lot tougher encounter than last week, and I am sure that it will be an extremely physical game. However, we are relishing the challenge and are confident that we can win the match."
Skills and defence coach Richard Graham believes that it is not a case of 'payback' for the defeat at the Brewery Field, but instead insists that his side are concentrating on the areas that let them down last week in Wales.
"With such a small deficit to make up it is certainly a case of 'winner takes all', there is no doubting that fact. However, it is certainly not a case of payback. The most important thing for us this week is to get right what we did not get right in the first leg, to improve on that performance and show that real determined attitude that was lacking at the Brewery Field."
Bath Rugby: I Balshaw; S Danielli, K Maggs, M Tindall, A Crockett; O Barkley, G Cooper; D Barnes, J Humphreys (capt), J Mallett, S Borthwick, A Lloyd, A beattie, A Vander, N Thomas
Replacements: A Williams, L Mears, A Galasso, T Voyce, C Malone, J Scaysbrook, G Thomas