Leicester tigers will be very focused to reach the their European cup final for the first time since the year 2009 when they came to face the French side Racing 92 at the City Ground on Sunday.
The Tigers, famously known to be two times winners of the past incarnations as the Heineken Cup, did not make it in the last year’s inaugural Championship cup.
Never before have had the racing made it to the last four.
Those who will emerge to be winners will play Saracens in the final in Lyon in the scheduled date which is 14th May and this is after they beat wasps in another Saturday’s other semifinal.
The same side that had beaten Northampton in the Premiership last weekend for the tie has been named by the named by the Leicester which will be held at the city ground which is famously known to be the home of the Nottingham Forest.
Aaron Mauger, the head coach will have to come up against compatriot and the former All Black fly-half Dan carter, who is now in his 1st season with Racing.
“He’s probably been the difference for racing this year, even though you don’t want to pin too much on one person,” said Mauger.
“The direction that Dan has given the side has been critical. His composure in those tight moments has been the missing ingredient for them,” added coach Mauger.
Coach Mauger, who is also known to had helped Crusaders to gain the four supper Rugby titles between the year 2000 and 2007 also added that the southern hemisphere competition has been overtaken by the championship as the clubs’ premier tournament