EDF Energy Cup final Venue: Twickenham Date: Saturday, 18 April Kick-off: 1430 BST Coverage: Live on BBC One & online, BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, Radio Wales, Radio Cymru, & live scores on BBC Sport website
Blues boss Dai Young says his team must keep on improving
Dai Young says Cardiff Blues' two wins over Gloucester this season will count for nothing in the EDF Cup final, although his side are favourites.
The Welsh side beat Gloucester home and away in the Heineken Cup pool stage.
Those successes plus a win over French giants Toulouse to reach the semi-finals means the Blues are hot tips to win the EDF on Saturday at Twickenham.
"It's irrelevant in my preparation... whether we're favourites or underdogs," said Blues director of rugby Young.
"One thing I'll be hammering home to the players is although we've beaten them [Gloucester] twice, by their own admission they didn't feel that they played well.
"They feel that they can probably bring a lot more to the table.
"I think we're going to play a lot better team come Saturday than we probably have previously, so I'm expecting a much tougher game and we're going to have to be better then the two previous meetings."
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