10 Dec, 12:23
Ireland's John Lacey will referee his first ever RBS 6 Nations while Alain Rolland is also included in the Elite Panel in what is his last season.
Munster full-back Paul Warwick said: "It was great to come away with the win in a tremendously physical contest.
"We haven't done the maths on it just yet but we will be disappointed if we don't come away with something from over there.
"I am not sure about the state of some of their injuries but we are assuming some of their missing back rowers will be available - and, if that includes Henry Tuilagi, that will only add even more size to an enormous pack.
"But that said, our forwards did a great job at Thomond Park in a match that was all about field position with a lot of points coming from mistakes.
"So, if we can cut out those simple errors and play in the right field positions again, hopefully we can go for the victory.
"However, their centres are world class and there are certainly no easy gaps in what is a great team.
"It is always important to have a strong start playing over in France but we know pretty much what to expect and are well used to the large and noisy French crowds, you have to hang in there and focus on getting a winning result."
He added: "This group is very level and I can see it all coming down to the last games - though if we falter in Treviso that will be us out of the running.
"We showed a huge amount of courage to come back after their late try and Ronan's kicking was just outstanding as he showed his true class.
"We didn't get much going our way - the bounce of the ball and any luck - and maybe we will need a bit of that in France.
"And I think everyone knows what the Heineken Cup means to everyone involved with Munster - families plan their holidays around our games. It means so much to them and what it has done to this part of the world."