Darren Cave may have missed out on Ireland honours in the autumn but he has provided more try assists than any other player in the tournament so far. And in fly-half Paddy Jackson, they have the third leading points-scorer who is just a single kick behind leaders Dan Parks and Nick Evans' tally of 41.
Head coach Marc Anscombe will have been just as satisfied with his team's defence last weekend having kept their first clean sheet in Europe for eight years. Yet Anscombe hopes his team have learned from lessons of the past ahead of their return to Stadio Comunale di Monigo where the Italians have already beaten both Munster and Connacht this season.
"We were sitting over in England this time last year and we were pretty happy with what we had just achieved (following a 25-6 win at Northampton Saints)," said Anscombe.
"But we didn't back it up the following week, we let ourselves down and that took away the opportunity of a home quarter-final."
Treviso are searching for their first win of the campaign and their first in six attempts against Ulster. More importantly they will hope to give head coach Franco Smith a winning send-off after seven years in charge. The South African will return home after this game, handing the reigns to assistant Marius Goosen.
"It has been a privilege to work at the club and I want to thank everyone involved, the fans and the players who have worked with me and believed in me. I tried to change the way we play and we have gone through blood, sweat and tears but it has been a dream come true," said Smith.