Cardiff Blues will be buoyed by Wales' RBS 6 Nations success when they travel to face Edinburgh in the Celtic League on Friday evening, according to the Scottish side's coach Andy Robinson.
Welsh rugby is riding high due to the feel-good factor brought about by the national team’s recent Grand Slam success.
Even though Cardiff lost 35-17 away to Llanelli Scarlets at the weekend, the former England coach expects the like of Wales flanker Martyn Williams to pose Edinburgh problems.
Robinson said: “Welsh rugby is enjoying a real high at the moment after the Grand Slam success of a couple of weeks ago and this will impact on all the country’s professional teams.
“But we need to make sure we pay attention to detail on the night and maintain our collective concentration levels if we are to maintain our winning run.”