"They do what they do, and if we're not more accurate and effective than we were last weekend then we could end up on the end of the same result," he said.
"It's a pressure game, isn't it? They've got extremely effective forwards, a strong front five and a pretty quick and mobile back row.
"If they get any sort of ascendancy up front, then they have got Toby Flood, a good distributor, and good runners off him."
"Against Munster we lost a little bit of momentum. We were a little bit inaccurate. I got turned over by O'Gara, of all people and we didn't run out.
"We lost a bit of shape. Just bit by bit, Munster got back into the game, got a couple of penalties that relieved a little bit of pressure and they kicked some penalties as well.
"Leicester bring their physicality every weekend. We have to fight fire with fire and on a couple of occasions we have done it this year. We've just got to make sure we bring that intensity this weekend."
In a repeat of the 2009 Heineken Cup final Leinster and Leicester meet once again in the knock-out stage of the tournament, this time in the quarter-final at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.