Liam Williams: Scarlets are determined to right the wrongs of Leinster
LIAM Williams insists the Scarlets players are determined to right the wrongs of their Leinster hammering when they take on Treviso in Llanelli tomorrow evening (6.30).
The West Wales region go into the match staring up at the rest of the Pro12 table following the 42-19 home defeat.
And Wales international Williams says the squad have been putting in the toil on the training ground to make sure the mistakes of last weekend aren't repeated.
"The boys have been working hard this week and hopefully we can put things right against Treviso," he said.
"There have been a few harsh words said and we have to be hard on ourselves. We played so well in that first half and then threw it all away. It was a pretty shocking performance in that second half."
The Scarlets will be well aware of the threat the Italians possess having suffered an embarrassing 41-17 loss at the hands of Franco Smith's men in the final league game of last season.
"They came here last year and gave us a good stuffing to be honest," added Williams. "I am sure that is not going to be the case again.
"A win is vital for us, especially as we are home again.
"It will be tough, but hopefully we can get the victory we all want."