Scarlets and Racing played out a 26-26 draw earlier in the season - their only previous meeting in the Heineken Cup - and Easterby is targeting a shock win in Paris.
"We have plenty of quality in the ranks and it's important that we get some results under our belts. There's no better place to start that than in Paris this weekend," said Easterby.
"We want to put the type of performance in that will get some momentum back. We've probably made things hard on ourselves with back-to-back losses to Clermont but this group of players needs to feel that the hard work they've been putting in is paying dividends.
"We'll be energised as a group going back into the Heineken Cup this week and we've already shown this season that we can create things in broken play. Ultimately, a lot of the things we're not doing or not getting right is within our control and we'll be looking to put that right on Friday evening."
Easterby's side will come up against a pair of Welsh stars in Dan Lydiate and former Scarlet Mike Phillips. Scrum-half Phillips is set to make his home debut for Racing Metro against the club where he started his career.
Like the Scarlets, the French side are hoping to end their Heineken Cup campaign on a high having slipped to the bottom of Pool 4.
They have struggled to pose a threat in attack in this year's tournament, having have made fewer carries (62) and metres (258) per match than any other side in the tournament to date. Racing have also had the least amount of average possession per game (11m 49s), the fewest clean breaks (10) and beaten the fewest defenders (24).
- These two sides played out a 26-26 draw earlier this season - their only previous meeting in this competition. It was Racing's first draw in the Heineken Cup and the Scarlets' second (16-16 v Ulster, 2008).
- Racing have made fewer carries (62) and metres (258) per match than any other side in the tournament to date.
- Racing, who have had the least amount of average possession per game (11m 49s), have also made the fewest clean breaks (10) and beaten the fewest defenders (24).
- Scarlets have produced 19 offloads - the lowest total in the tournament.