Italy scrum-half Alessandro Troncon is hoping the Azzurri can cut out the unforced mistakes that proved so costly in their last RBS 6 Nations encounter.
John Kirwan's team have lost all three matches so far, with Troncon particularly disappointed by the 18-10 defeat in Scotland last time out.
Troncon said: ''We wanted to win that game - and to be honest, losing it was our own fault.
''We made too many unforced mistakes, and the Scottish played worse than us but went away with a win.
''I believe that if we had shown more concentration we could have got a win at Murrayfield.''
Italy next face England at Twickenham on Saturday before concluding the 2005 RBS 6 Nations campaign at home to France.