"Leinster have won three Heineken Cup titles and are playing in a competition where they don't belong," said the hooker.
"It is in their stadium, in front of their crowd - everything is against us - but in one game we'll have to find the resources to beat them.
"We have got very few chances to win, everybody knows that. But everybody kept repeating that to us for a month and we kept winning so maybe that is that the right recipe.
"However, we have been left with many regrets about our results this season, although we found the right rhythm too late and we are not finishing the season that badly.
"We have to rely on the strongest part of our games, solidarity, a good platform and good actions behind.
"But against Leinster, we'll be made to pay for every single mistake and every turnover.
"Over the last two weeks we have been able to work on the details. Every session had a special theme.
"It helps us to understand this team and this very exciting challenge. But when you're passionate about rugby, you're watching Heineken Cup finals so we already knew them pretty well…
"Nobody expects us to lift the trophy in a very hot atmosphere but we'll go there with a lot of determination and we'll see the result."