Edinburgh Rugby have named an unchanged starting XV from their Toulouse triumph to take on Ulster in the Heineken Cup semi final.
The Scots travel to Dublin today ahead of the Saturday clash at the Aviva Stadium and coach Michael Bradley has confirmed he is sticking by the men who led the team to a historic win at Murrayfield.
There is one change among the substitutes for the red and blacks, lock Steven Turnbull coming in for the injured Stuart McInally.
Four thousand fans are anticipated to travel as Edinburgh go in search of a place in the May 19 Heineken Cup final at Twickenham against either Clermont Auvergne or defending champions Leinster, who meet on Sunday.
Bradley said that the backing of the fans and size of the occasion would not be lost on his players.
He said: "It will be a huge test. The hype, the intensity, the crowd, and the fact that we're away from home have a bearing on the size of tomorrow's challenge.
"Ulster are one of the in-form sides in Europe and will take great confidence from their two league wins over us already this season, on top of their away win over Munster in the quarter-final.
"Our form in this competition is such that we can rightly approach this match with a lot of confidence. The character and resolve of the players has been well tested in this competition and we have prevailed.
"It's a one-off game and the underdog tag is one we wear well as a team. Edinburgh Rugby have shown that we are a force to be reckoned with on big occasions and are relishing our first semi-final in this competition."
Ulster will name their line-up later this morning.
Edinburgh Rugby to face Ulster: Brown; Jones, De Luca, Scott, T. Visser; Laidlaw (C), Blair; Jacobsen, Ford, Cross, Gilchrist, Denton, Rennie, Talei
Subs: Kelly, Traynor, Gilding, Turnbull, Grant, Leck, Godman, Thompson