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With an 11-point return from a possible 15 in the opening three Guinness Pro 12 games, Connacht coach Pat Lam is happy, but not yet satisfied.
New recruit Craig Clarke is expected to win his first competitive cap for Saturday’s interprovincial against Ulster if he come through the week’s fitness testing.
Connacht must maintain their momentum when they return to the Galway Sportsground tomorrow evening (7.45pm) to host Italian visitors Zebre.
From the high of their Heineken Cup victory over Harlequins and a two week break, Connacht return to competitive action in the Pro 12 when they travel to Cardiff to take on the Blues tomorrow evening.
Connacht slumped to their worst performance of the Magners League when overrun by a rampant Cardiff in Arms Park.
For the second Magners League home game in succession Connacht relinquished a 14-point lead on Friday as the visiting Cardiff Blues snatched a 19-14 victory in the closing stages to leave the westerners 11 points adrift at the bottom of the Magners League.
The odds may be stacked against Connacht when they face Cardiff at the new Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday (3pm), but they will travel with confidence and a greater sense of belief.