LEICESTER captain Martin Corry has urged his players to be "right on the money" in tomorrow's Welford Road clash against Bourgoin - and avoid bankrupting their Heineken Cup hopes.
The Tigers must win, preferably with a bonus point, to keep the pressure on Pool Four leaders and reigning European champions Munster.
But a second successive home defeat in the Heineken Cup this term would effectively mean an early exit, given they have yet to play Munster at Thomond Park, where the Irish giants boast an imperious unbeaten European record.
Corry said: "We cannot afford any defeats and we cannot afford any slip-ups.
"I'm sure Bourgoin will throw everything at us and we have to be right on the money this weekend."
Munster, meanwhile, will break Leicester's tournament record of 12 successive victories if they defeat Thomond Park visitors Cardiff Blues tomorrow.
Pool Five top dogs Llanelli have been forced to rest their inspirational skipper Simon Easterby for tomorrow's quickfire return against three-time European champions
Toulouse at Stade Ernest Wallon.
Ulster and London Irish will scrap for survival in Belfast tonight when the tournament's pool stage is cranked up another notch.
Pool Three challengers the Ospreys should collect another five-point maximum against Italian strugglers Calvisano tonight, which would put them level with Stade Francais. French rivals Perpignan and Castres meet in Pool One at Stade Aime Giral, ahead of group favourites Wasps visiting Treviso tomorrow.