It'll be no weekend break in Paris for Ulster with prop Marty Moore saying the Champions Cup clash with Racing 92 has to be seen as "win at all costs".
Away to last season's beaten finalists, and having kicked off the pool with a win over Leicester Tigers last weekend, some will see the province's trip to La Défense Arena on Saturday (5.30pm kick-off UK time) as one where the pressure has already been lifted. Not Moore, however.
"I think it's win at all costs in every game," he said.
"Because of the way the tournament is structured, if you lose one game that could cost you a home quarter-final at the end of it.
"They're the big ones you want at home, but we are not looking any further than the game next week.
"We know the importance of every week, there's no real second chances in this tournament. At least we could get off on the right foot last week and hopefully keep that going in France this week."