David Seymour says that their matchup against Leicester Tigers tomorrow will be a tough one, but one that the side are ready for.
In the Kings of the North decider, the Sharks travel to Welford Road knowing that they just need one point to seal the title.
The flanker said: "Leicester Tigers are a tough team to play, no matter if it's pre-season or in the season, it's always a tough place to go.
"In this tournament, we've managed to progress and in each game, we seem to be getting better. It will be a big challenge to go there and try and win again and hopefully, that will put us in decent position for the season coming and also claim the trophy."
Seymour admitted that although the trophy will be great to win, it is equally important to get momentum heading into the start of the Aviva Premiership season: "Silverware is silverware, no matter what it is! We've managed to get three wins out of three and at the weekend against Newcastle, it was pretty tough for us. The first half wasn't the best for us and in the second half; we managed to get into our shape a bit better.
"It doesn't get much harder than away at Welford Road, Leicester players are always proud to wear that shirt no matter who it is. At home, they'll always have a big crowd so it will be a good place for us to go.
"We want to make sure we keep that momentum going and make sure what we are doing is right and it will be a good dress rehearsal ahead of Saracens next weekend, and hopefully if we can get things moving in the right direction it should be a good couple of weeks. "
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Over the next few days we will be previewing the huge head-to-head battles in this Saturday's Aviva Premiership game against Exeter Chiefs. First up we are going to look at the battle at scrum half between Chris Cusiter and Will Chudley.
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