Edinburgh coach Andy Robinson has urged his players to cut out the errors in a bid to kick-start their season.
The former England coach’s side began the campaign in high spirits following their excellent record last term.
But back-to-back defeats to Irish outfits Munster and Leinster – the latter being a particularly heavy and dispiriting loss – has left Edinburgh shell-shocked.
Robinson said: “We have been disappointed with the results so far this season but we understand what we need to do to improve things.
“Last season we won a handful of games by small margins and we realise we have to be at our best to replicate that.
“We need to eradicate the error count that has crept into our performances this season.”