Edinburgh head coach Michael Bradley believes his players' dedication can give them a chance of upsetting Leinster in Dublin tomorrow.
Edinburgh are looking for a third consecutive win in the RaboDirect Pro12 after triumphing against Cardiff Blues and Zebre.
Bradley said: "Leinster have consistently been the in-form side in northern hemisphere rugby, winning three Heineken Cups and finishing in the top three of the RaboDirect PRO12 for the past eight years, narrowly missing out on the league title at the RDS last season.
"They're a quality side through and through and, because of that, our players will find this game an exciting challenge.
"I've been impressed by the willingness to be meticulous in our preparations and go the extra mile this season. We will be well prepared to face Leinster in Dublin."
Bradley has made three changes to the side that scored five tries against Zebre at Murrayfield last weekend, resting Tim Visser with Tom Brown fit enough to take his place. Prop Geoff Cross and flanker Roddy Grant come back into the pack.
Bradley added: "There's a lot to build on from our first three games, having played well in a number of key areas.
"The difference will come in the number of chances we can create as Leinster's defence has been the key component in their success in recent years.
"I think they will focus on that element against us because of the type of side we are, but if we create enough chances and continue to increase our conversion rate from the last three games then we'll be confident of winning this game."