Rob Baxter has every reason to be confident. So far his team have achieved exactly what he's asked of them and more, so a European quarter-final against one of the biggest club's on the continent is nothing to fear.
The Chiefs head coach, who's masterminded the Devon club's remarkable and rapid rise in recent years has thrown caution to the wind for this match. Baxter intends to go gung-ho. Perhaps because they've got nothing to lose but also because his team have started to express themselves of late as they've grown in stature and confidence.
When I asked about the magnitude of this occasion, Baxter played it down and built it up in equal measure. It's a very valuable experience but is it the biggest game in the club's history as some people have talked about it?
This is still a learning curve and Baxter is content to view this game as such. As a means to an end if not the end itself.