16 May, 17:08
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"This double bill is seen as the main event of the Pool, knowing that the winner of those two confrontations will probably qualify for the quarter-finals," said Boyet.
"At Bayonne our goal is to qualify for the knock-out games of the Amlin Challenge Cup and so these two games are extremely important and we must win both.
"A home win is almost compulsory and for the second leg we want to at least get a bonus point and adapt according to what was achieved in the first game. But, ideally speaking, our mind-set must be focused on winning both encounters and we will do the maths at the end of the Pool phase.
"Looking at the draw earlier in the season we did think that London Wasps would be a decider but we also thought that Bordeaux-Begles could also have a big impact in the proceedings.
"But now that the Wasps have won on their turf with a bonus point and we won against them too, but without a bonus, it might be decided in January when we meet them again so the competition won't be over until after Rounds 3 and 4. This double fixture remains a huge occasion and nothing is definite yet.
"Despite the rough patches London Wasps have been through in recent years, the club remains a reference in European rugby.
"They have experienced many defeats and have been lacking consistency in the last year and half and we follow them a bit on TV with the English Premiership highlights.
"They've got great players, like Nicky Robinson, and it is a quality team with a lot of pace at the back and with very young players who have had very good games from the start of the season.
"We are very aware of their results and performances. They have had a big turnover in their squad with many older players leaving and been replaced by younger ones who are in the process of taking over so the future looks bright for them.
"Bayonne also recently went through a major recruitment phase and you've got to give those new additions time to find their bearings and to gel with the rest of the group.
"Many players came back shattered from the World Cup and it's been difficult for them to get into another competition after such a big event so it'll take time for them to integrate and digest all that. The more we play together this season the more we will end up with a strong team but it won't happen overnight.
"The objective behind that is to have more depth in the squad to be able to play the Amlin Challenge Cup at 100 % while our goal for the Top 14 has always been to finish among the first six. It is a tough championship with clubs whose levels are more and more even - with the exception of the top four who really stand out.
"The people at Bayonne are very passionate about their rugby and the interest in and around the club is exceptionally high. The public is only expecting one thing and that is for us to achieve success and to offer them knock-out games whether it is in the Amlin or the Top 14. There is a huge demand from our fans to have great fixtures so we will do our best to rise to the challenge."