How do you approach a game after winning the first leg away by 50 plus points, fielding an inexperienced side (11 first team regulars missing by the end of the game), against a side who have shipped 100 points in their last three Celtic League games?
NEC Harlequins answer appears to be to strengthen their line-up and see how the day pans out.
Caerphilly for their part have actually been weakened by the injury to their fly half Luke Richards, who grabbed half their points last week, one of only seven full time players who lined-up for the Cheesemen at Virginia Park, including three on-loan from Premiership side Bath.
Former Welsh full back Justin Thomas comes into the line-up at fly half for Richards, whilst former Swansea, Bridgend and Llanelli centre Roddy Boobyer comes in at centre in an attempt to stop Quins finding the gaps through the middle that they did last week.
"There is no excuse for people just jumping out of the way of tackles," bemoaned Cearphilly coach Mark Ring last week. "And I'll put somebody there who's got a bit more about them in terms of their attitude and the rest of the team," continued the former Welsh international centre, who is limited as to what changes he can make to his starting XV.
"The standard of the Welsh top division is not great, and even at this stage the teams in the Zurich Premiership can see that the teams in the Welsh league are there for the taking. But then that has got to come with the right attitude again and it all comes down to how big our hearts are now," added Ring.
"One or two heads started to drop last week, as they had done the week before, but we musn't get too panicky at this stage because if the players start to question each other and looking over their shoulder and looking for someone to blame, then that is going to cause you bigger problems again," said Ring, who has seen his side take a few steps backwards recently since losing narrowly at home to Llanelli and going close at Swansea in September.
Whilst increasing their points differential will not be of the most important thing to the home team on Saturday, NEC Harlequins boss Mark Evans will be looking to a very business like performance from what will by-and-large, be close to his starting line-up the next week against Bristol Shoguns.
"We must look to play to our pattern and keep the error count low, play with intensity and see what happens," said Evans, who will be hoping that none of his players suffer another injury or add to their list of yellow cards.
"We were too loose last week, and that may sound harsh when we've scored 70 odd points," added assistant coach John Kingston.
"But we were and our objective in front of our own supporters this week must be to put in a really solid professional performance where we are much tighter, we still play with good flowing rugby when we get the chance but we don't want them scoring two tries and we want to try and put in a professional performance and get the structures practised that are very important in the league."
During week commencing 22nd April Harlequins will launch an innovative, new Membership Scheme which will replace the existing Season Ticket Holder Programme. Further details of the scheme will be announced in due course.